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If you’re a history geek – or watch The Crown – you’ll remember Britannia, the former royal yacht of Queen Elizabeth II. Now out of service, the ship is permanently docked in Edinburgh and serves as a museum, attracting thousands of visitors each year. Luckily for all us hotel aficionados, ...
'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 ...
If you’re looking to stay in a unique hotel in London, Good Hotel could be one option. This ‘floating’ hotel is moored at the Royal Victoria Dock and offers great connectivity to the city thanks to proximity to the Royal Victoria Light Rail station. The carefully designed rooms come with ...
InterContinental Hong Kong is an internationally acclaimed destination for both tourists and businesspersons. The hotel houses 503 rooms fully equipped with all the modern amenities your heart could desire. The hotel also offers amazing views of the Hong Kong skyline and Victoria Harbor. It has made its mark as an ...
Any visitor to the Big Apple can attest to the overwhelming options for both hotels and vacation rentals throughout the city. One of the biggest disadvantages of staying in Manhattan is that space is limited, meaning both guestrooms and apartments can feel cramped. The Ultimate Luxury apartment in Tribeca is ...
Who can afford the ₤150,000-a-week it costs to charter a superyacht? Not many. But thanks to the Sunborn London you can still experience the life of a sexy sea-dog. It is a 394ft superyacht that has been converted into a luxury hotel. Permanently moored at Royal Victoria Dock, the financial ...
The Indigo Hotel’s architecture was designed by master builder, Sebastián Irarrázaval using wood and lots of natural light to create a relaxing, eco-friendly experience where hammocks hang lazily on the landings. The restaurant, Mama Rosa, serves fresh crab straight from the Eberhard Fjord and sumptuous local beef. The excursions on ...