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  • The Norman, Tel Aviv

    The Norman, Tel Aviv

    Tel Aviv Experiences with The Norman Whatever your reasons for visiting Tel Aviv – and the city certainly merits being a travel destination in its own right – be prepared to be surprised by The Norman, not just a hotel but two iconic buildings that combine effortlessly 1920’s chic and […]

     
  • Four Seasons Dubai

    Four Seasons Dubai

    Four Seasons Dubai Our team visited the UAE recently and opted for staying at the Four Seasons Dubai. Those who travel regularly to the region know that it is not short of grand hotels boasting the full arsenal of stars. So why the Four Seasons? Well, firstly because it is […]

     
  • Hotel Splendido, Portofino, Italy

    Hotel Splendido, Portofino, Italy

    If there was one word to describe Portofino and its most significant hotel, Splendido, it would be well, splendid. With its flowered façade and breezy, comfortable interior, overlooking Portofino and the harbour, the Splendido has always been the hub for international yachtsmen, old money and those in the know. Each […]

     
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  • 25 Hours Hotel, Vienna

    25 Hours Hotel, Vienna

    Located in Vienna’s MuseumQuartier, the glass of the Viennese 25Hours Hotels stands out among the city’s masses of white stone neoclassical facades. The hotel’s explicit modern trendiness continues on the inside with quirky circus themed interiors and fun down-to-earth staff. Its audience is just as explicit: youthful, up and coming […]

     
  • Shangri-La, Paris

    Shangri-La, Paris

    When next in Paris, Shangri-La! Built as an hotel particulier (a private mansion) for Napoleon Bonaparte’s great nephew, Roland, this is one of the most beautiful buildings in a city that has more than its fair share of remarkable architectural jewels. With unparalleled views of the river Seine and the […]

     
  • Hotel du Palais, Biarritz

    Hotel du Palais, Biarritz

    Built in 1854 for Napoleon III for his wife Eugénie (hence its original name Villa Eugenie), the Hotel du Palais has kept all of the unmistakeable hallmarks of an imperial palace: the imposing building set in its own gardens, the grand interiors, the authentic features, the high ceilings, the chandeliers, […]

     
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