Identified the 99 most popular hotels world
Once again HolidayCheck awards the most popular 99 hotels in the world. 530 thousand users revealed 99 of the best hotel in the world. The largest European travel portal, based…

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Haunted houses. Stanley Hotel (USA)
Built at the beginning of the XX century Stanley Hotel is one of the most popular and often visited hotels of the world. Having received worldwide fame thanks to the…

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The most unusual hotels in the world

From whimsical to downright strange – here is a list of the most unusual hotels in the world.

Hotel Propeller Island City Lodge, Berlin, Germany

It’s not even a hotel, but rather an art project, named after a science fiction novel by Jules Verne’s “Floating island”. All 30 rooms of the hotel do not like each other, but the creativity of the author not to take: there is room-the crypt room with the beds, coffins, a room with a lion cages, mirror room, room is a prison cell.

Hotel No Man’s Fort 4*, Portsmouth, UK

The building – this Victorian Fort, which was built between the years 1867 and 1880 to protect Portsmouth from attack from Napoleon III. Today it is a luxury hotel with 22 bedrooms, a penthouse in the building of the lighthouse, night club, Jacuzzi and a tag.

The Palacio de Sal 3*, Uyuni, Bolivia

The hotel is located on the Uyuni salt flats, dry salt lake in the South of the desert plains of the Altiplano. The building itself was also built from salt, and salt made most of the furniture. Impressive lobby, bar and 16 EN Suite rooms, Central heating and electricity. Continue reading

The St. Regis Hotel

One of the most famous hotels in new York located in the heart of Manhattan. At walking distance is the Museum of modern art, Carnegie Hall, boutiques Tiffani’s and Bloomingdale’s, Broadway theaters, Central Park, Rockefeller center, Aspir-state building and many other iconic places in the city. Built in 1904 the hotel is a real masterpiece of architecture of the early XX century: the curved lines of the facade, fanciful Bay Windows, decorative arches and graceful curves of the roof (not to mention smaller exterior parts) – I invite you to look inside and explore the interior of this magical Palace, literally fascinating to the casual viewer. The interior design also deserves special attention. Ostentation beginning of the last century: crystal chandeliers, beautiful tapestries, elegant vases, of slender columns surrounds guests by serving only a necessary but an amazing addition to impeccable service and sincere hospitality of the hotel staff. During the renovation of the world famous designers have managed to bring the interiors of the rooms are decorated with custom-made furnishings, silk fabrics and antique detail, past the exquisite décor of the era of king Edward VII. Continue reading

Ten famous and oldest hotels of London

Special charm to live in those old hotels in London. which have preserved not only the interior but also the spirit of bygone eras. Staying in one of the hotels, you will find yourself in the past tens or even hundreds of years and will be able to feel the lives of the characters of Woodhouse, Thackeray, Dickens and Conan Doyle. The most famous and interesting of your attention.

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St Ermin’s Hotel

The small size of the hotel is quite conveniently located in a quiet corner of Westminster region. Just a few minutes from the hotel and Buckingham Palace and the houses of Parliament and the London Eye – the famous Ferris wheel. This hotel is ideal for those who like Hiking. Beating of the attractions of London, you can dine at the onsite restaurant great dishes that will prepare the chef of the highest category. And at the end of the meal do not forget about the traditional Cup of tea, which is the most pleasant drink in the cafe is Victorian style. Continue reading