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'20feb24The Taj Mahal Palace
Who wouldn’t want to be able to say they’ve stayed at The Taj Mahal? While this may not be the world-famous Taj, it sure cuts close to the real deal. Nearby the Arabian Sea, this exquisite hotel is just a short walk from the Gateway of India. Italian marble floors ...
Located in Milan’s city center, the Hotel Principe di Savoia is flawlessly elegant and has been home to many international travelers since the 1920s. Rooms are lavishly decorated with rich gold tones and deep red, purple and blue accents. The hotel has long become one of Milan's Landmarks and was ...
It might have gotten a fresh modern remake, but the Dolder Grand Hotel still epitomises the old-fashioned style and glamour. In the lobby, you’ll find exactly what you expected from this imposing building: beautiful interiors where no marble, gold and crystal have been spared in creating a sense of luxury. ...
Located in Macau, a region on the south coast of China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong, is the iconic Grand Lisboa Macau. This casino hotel is hard to miss; comprised of a huge reflective dome and an ultramodern gold tower which is at a staggering 856 feet! ...
All aboard! No longer a working railway, Alton Station provides a unique chance for guests to conduct their own adventures in a whimsical setting. Originally built in 1849, Alton Station differs from other stations along the North Staffordshire Railway (NSR) in its Italianate style (most were Tudor or Jacobean). Refurbished ...
The white cliffs of Dover have inspired literature and songs for centuries in addition to drawing thousands of tourists every year. The South Foreland Lighthouse is one of the most famous Victorian landmarks of the area and offers some of the best views of this picturesque area. While most visitors ...
A memorable wedding does not take place in a cheap motel, but a luxurious and exotic hotel with the most modern amenities. Specifically, like Jacuzzis in bathrooms, private pools for suites, and contemporary Beijing art adoring the walls. Modern amenities include fast Wi-Fi, Panasonic massage chairs, separate rainforest shower and ...
*The Maritime History Hotel* Esopus Creek is one of the essential tributes of the Hudson River. When the Europeans began to settle in America, the creek soon became an important trade route for the natives and the newcomers. As the first 200 years of settlement fly-by we see towns and ...
For over 50 years (which is ancient history in American time) the Madonna Inn has been welcoming travelers with its eccentric and luxurious take on the essential roadside Motel. Choose from 110 themed rooms from “Caveman” to “Elegance”, “Jungle Rock” to “Bridal Falls”. The Inn has a famous bakery where ...
Set in the blisteringly beautiful hills, planes and beaches of Big Sur in California, The Post Ranch Inn has long been part of the local area. In the early 20th Century explorer William Brainard Post was one of the first settlers in the area which was still largely uninhabited, he ...
This stunning hotel was built in 1952 as part of the ‘Soviet Skyscraper’ project. The foundation stones were laid in 1947 to mark the 800th anniversary of Moscow and celebrate the USSR victory in World War Two. Though completed after his death, this building and its sisters are seen as ...
This perfect example of Victorian engineering has been well preserved since it was built in 1871. Back in the 19th Century the Prince of Wales got sick with Typhoid from drinking unclean water so the tower was commissioned to serve the Royal Sandringham Estate with clean water. The 60 foot ...