What are the two things in Italy will be guaranteed always and everywhere? The answer is simple: the history and paste.
In Italy interesting history can be found everywhere, even in the hotel where you are staying. Hotels often played historical role, influence on world events. Especially in Rome such places full of stories.
Grand hotel Tremezzo
This list would not be complete without mentioning the fifth of the Italian hotels that changed the world, a quiet but indelible way: the epic Grand hotel Tremezzo (Grand Hotel Tremezzo), lake Como. If we talk about classic European hotels, this is one of the most beautiful, and etched in history not only because of its location in the place of fantastic beauty, but also because here lived one of the most famous legends of all time: Greta Garbo. At the end of the film “Grand Hotel”, a Hollywood blockbuster of 1932, Garbo’s character exclaims: “It will be Sunny in Tremezzo!”. Yes, rain or Shine, this Art Nouveau Grand Hotel sets the standard for luxury in Italian in every sense of the word. The view from the Suite Greta Garbo on lake Como the incomparable, like the Greta Garbo, and Italy itself. Continue reading
Many hotels in the world are becoming popular due to the fact that in addition to the usual guests on their territory and these often appear in the form in which the veins run cold blood. Here are some of the most famous hotels with ghosts that are located in different countries of the world:
Russell Hotel, Sydney, Australia: Australian hotel, located near Sydney, often there is the Ghost of a sailor from the colonial era. Guests staying in a particular room number 8, talk about what you saw sailor, observing how they sleep or just wandering through the corridors of the hotel.
The Langham in London: the Hotel is located in the chic West End in London is a luxury five-star hotel, which is rumored to be home to many famous perfumes such as mark TWAIN, George Orwell and Charles de Gaulle. Moreover, the hotel is known for its supernatural inhabitants, who were first seen by journalists from the BBC after the Second world war. Reporters claim to have seen the Ghost of Emperor Napoleon III and a German Prince who, according to rumors, he died by jumping from the fourth floor of the hotel. The number 333 is considered a favorite place of ghosts. Continue reading
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 novel of Stephen king’s “the Shining”, the Stanley Hotel for more than one decade attracts attention not only curious tourists and those wishing to admire the beauty of Estes Park, and paranormal researchers and Ghost hunters. However, despite numerous reports of the ghosts that supposedly inhabit the hotel, no one has been able to obtain convincing evidence of the presence of “supernatural forces” at the hotel. In spite of this, a number of stories about spirits that inhabit the Stanley Hotel every year becomes more and more.
THE HISTORY OF THE HOTEL
In 1903 the inventor of the automobile, “Stanley Steamer” Freeland Oscar Stanley arrived in picturesque places in Colorado to improve their health. Stanley suffered from tuberculosis and on the advice of his physician remained in Estes Park for the summer. We can say that Stanley fell in love with the beauty of the valley, in a wonderful nature of the surrounding country, presents a magnificent mountain landscape. Engineer health began to improve, and probably at this time he decided to tie his future career with Estes Park. He decides to build a hotel here. Continue reading