Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning
unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world
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*Luxury Resort in the New Tuscany* Masseria San Domenico was once a watchtower used to defend this outpost of Christendom against the supposedly heathen Turks. Now this former bastion of brutality stands at the heart of a fabulous modern resort. There are two restaurants, The San Domenico serves local cuisine ...
*James Bond would approve* Located in the historic British town of Exeter close to the natural beauty and riotous surf of the southern coast, The Magdalen Chapter is part of Swire Hotel’s British collection. Set in a voluminous 19th Century building that used to be the West of England Eye ...
*Premier Design Hotel in Denmark* This design hotel is located in Copenhagen’s famous Tivolu Gardens which is the second oldest amusement park in the world with some of the world’s most luxurious accommodation attached. The Nimb family has been operating on the site since 1877 when they opened a restaurant ...
*The English Manor House* Celebrating all that best about the fresh English countryside and its traditional estates, Cowley Manor is a vanguard of English finery. Indeed, it was a favourite of Lewis Carroll who authored Alice in Wonderland and other delightfully surreal works. Located on an estate that was assigned ...
*Indulge your private view of the Taj Mahal* Located a mere 600m from the Taj Mahal, this hotel has one-of-a-kind views of this masterpiece of architecture. Inspired by the Mughul period, the interior has ornate gardens, green laced pools and fountains. Your room is furnished in the traditional style using ...
This 5 Star Dubai stunner is designed with Arab and Western influences and is home to one of the best waterparks in the world. It covers 113 acres and has 1539 rooms. There is an 11 acre Dolphin bay for you to experience swimming with marine mammals and there is ...
*Historic Hotel of the Old Elite* The historic Pera Palace Hotel held its opening ball in 1895. Its clientele often arrived on the Orient Express train and, over the years, the hotel hosted such luminaries as Atatürk, Agatha Christie, Ernest Hemingway and Greta Garbo. Recently, it has undergone a full ...
This was originally the home of a Turkish ‘pasha’ or high ranking military officer. In the 19th Century it became home to a Swedish and American ‘colony’ who were all members of the ‘Christian Utopia Society’. The colony lived a communal lifestyle and engaged in philanthropic work for all the ...
AnaYela is a 300 year-old city palace in the historic part of Marrakech. When the new owners took it over, they found a secret room that was bricked up. In that room there was a small jewelry box covered in dust. Inside was a hand-written note telling the story of ...
The Bosphorus is the smallest strait used for international navigation. Also known as the Istanbul Strait, it connects the Black Sea with the Aegean Sea which leads to the Mediterranean. Along its banks are beautiful towns and world famous seafood. The best way to explore this fascinating area is by ...
Burj-al Arab Hotel was the first hotel to call itself ‘7 Star’. The Emirates Place is the second. I hear they are building an ‘8 Star’ hotel soon. It would take me a whole book to describe this place in detail - there’s so much to do. There is a ...