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'18nov29The Henry Jones
Infused with rich history and artistic styling, this Australian hotel was created within the city of Hobart’s oldest waterfront warehouse and jam factory. Now, modern art peppers the walls in this hotel boasting 56 rooms. The hotel gets its namesake from one of Australia’s most successful businessmen, Henry Jones, who ...
Sekeping Victoria (Ruins of Victoria) is located in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Georgetown, Penang which is a constituent island off the coast of Malaysia. The island was a colonial hub for trade in spices, tobacco and betel nut for much of the 19th Century. Remnants of the old ...
This hotel has a unique location on the summit of the Mt Rigi, “the queen of the Alps”. In its 200 year history the location has changed from a goat-strewn grassy desert to the tourist destination it is today. It remains one of the best places in the world to ...
If you want something Bohemian in spirit, the Hotel EnFrente Arte is an artsy delight. This hotel offers some truly unique décor and historical architecture. It is set on the oldest paved street of Ronda and surrounded by historic sites. Inside, you can expect to have the atmosphere of an ...
It’s certainly easy to remember the name and with a central Amsterdam location, it’s also easy to find. What really stands out though is the hotel’s commitment to arts. The rooms themselves are designed as artworks, with creative input by the Collaboration-O which was founded at the Eindhoven Design Academy. ...
Located in Gevaudan - an area of France with a long history going back to Roman times - Château d'Orfeuillette is traditional châteaux. Renovated in 2010 you will find the interior contemporary and charming. Like any of the furniture? Well you can buy it. Yes, it’s all for sale here, ...
*There’s unique hotels and then there’s The Proposal* I really want to stay here. I mean, who wouldn’t want to spend the night in a house that is full of a huge inflatable fatman? I’m staying here invites a sensation that hits the sweet spot somewhere between amusement and confusion. ...
This hotel was built by the Serbian Tim Burton, Emir Kusturica and is based on his film Life is Miracle. Everything is constructed from wood mixing traditional with modern styles. The famous director still lives there with his family in the large main house. The design was set to recreate ...
The Gladstone Hotel was first opened in 1889 and is the oldest hotel in Toronto. Starting out life as luxury accommodation for the privileged classes, it was then owned and operated by a lively widow and her 13 children. The hotel eventually fell into disrepair until it became known as ...