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Spain, West Europe
*Pastoral Ibiza at it’s best* Located on top of a cliff overlooking the coast of Ibiza, this private estate is apparently two hours trip from every European capital city. It is located in an unspoiled natural reserve park that allows you the chance to relax in a natural environment. The ...
*Secluded luxury on a Mallorca cliff top* Situated on a cliff top between the quaint Port de Sóller and the UNESCO Heritage Tramuntana Mountains, this resort is in a protected enclave, away from the modern world. Your room is a sanctuary that combines tasteful high-tech touches with traditional ambience. You ...
Where in the world would a nightclub and hotel merge to create a hotel-club hybrid with an open-air dance floor, pool, and music stage? Ibiza of course. Feel like a king or queen of the night as you view the party from your own private balcony. The hotel is right ...
Stay in a circus trailer from the early 20th Century. Once used to house circus performers, this traditional circus trailer has been restored and renovated so you can stay in these unusual quarters. The hotel travels with the famous Raluy Circus all over the world so make sure you check ...
In the Spanish countryside there is a lovely villa. There is a big swimming pool and large garden. You can stay there as a guest too. Nearby is a deep forest. Because of the high altitude the forest is green and sweet-smelling despite being close to the Mediterranean coast. If ...
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This is one of the most ambitious design hotels in the world. Why have one or two prize-winning architects when you can have 19? Creative freedom is the ethos of the hotel which cost an estimated 75million Euro to finance. Each architect was given a free rein over one floor ...
Well known to discerning free spirits, the Yurt is the traditional accommodation of the native peoples of Afghanistan and Mongolia. They are canvass constructions with wooden floors and colored lattice wooden supports. Inside it is a cozy and intimate experience. Opening the painted wooden door directly into the stunning scenery ...
The Son Gener hotel is an 18th Century farmhouse lovingly restored set in acres of private property in a very rural and quiet area of Majorca. Far from the madness of the tourist-thronged beach and thong-bottomed festivities of the south; the beaches nearby are as if you stepped back in ...
This hotel gives you the choice: traditional Spanish Baroque or Japanese-style cubes. The designer was inspired to create the unique ‘Kube’ rooms after reading a philosophical piece called ‘In Praise of Shadows’ by Tanizaki who is one of Japan’s great modern writers. It is a sophisticated space with one glass ...
Designed to enhance the beauty of the natural landscape traditionally used for farming and olive grows by the native Basque people, Aire de Bardenas is a great example of how contemporary architecture can be used to build excellent hotels. The main façade of the hotel is built from containers originally ...
It holds the world record for ‘smallest hotel in the world’ and, when you arrive at Punta Grande, you will be forgiven for thinking you have arrived at the home of an insane fisherman with a love for very exposed locations. Situated on a rocky outcrop in the island of ...
This unique hotel is exclusive. It has only 98 rooms at its premier location on Passeig de Gràcia – the most expensive street in Spain and home to its most stunning architecture. So prepare to book early. Your room has been decorated to an individual style by acclaimed designer, Patricia ...
This hotel is great for seeing Barcelona, one of Europe’s most energetic cities. Centrally located, you will find yourself with easy access to all the sights and attractions. Your room is decorated in the neoclassical style which was popular in the 19th Century when the building was first erected. For ...
The eye-popping architecture of the Hotel Marques de Riscal makes a real statement; it was designed and built by Frank O. Gehry who Vanity Fair labeled ‘the most important architect of our age’. Just take a minute to imagine booking yourself into this inspiring building in the center of the ...