Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world revealed in High Definition.
Wine Cellar Hotels
Park Hotel  
Vitznau
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The Park Hotel Vitznau has an impressive setting between the Vierwaldstätter See and the Rigi mountain range with direct private lake access. The traditional house reopened after it underwent an extensive renovation in 2013. The more than 100-year-old foundation walls now form the framework for a suite hotel in the …
Accommodation types: Luxury   Palace   Spa
The House  
Of Sandeman
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A new hospitality concept was born in the heart of Vila Nova de Gaia, right above a historic wine cellar. Sandeman, a brand of Port wines founded in 1790, offered their office building on the banks of Duoro River to open a new type of accommodation in collaboration with the …
Accommodation types: Hostel   Wine
Kayakapi  
Premium Caves
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Hundreds of long-abandoned cave houses and historical structures were acquired to build the first boutique hotel in Cappadocia. The 10th Century Cave Church and multiple other churches, mosques, baths, and fountains are among the historical buildings. Kayakapi Neighbourhood is one of Ürgüp's first historic residential areas. It sits right at …
Accommodation types: Cave
Location: Urgup  Turkey  Middle East
Hotel  
Viura
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As you approach Hotel Viura, it appears to be an expression of the cubism artistic movement, with various boxes precariously balanced. Upon entering the hotel, you can fully appreciate the overwhelming beauty of your location and how those cubic windows illuminate the entire space. They also provide incredible views of …
Accommodation types: Design
Estancia  
VIK
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4,000 acres of idyllic coastal countryside near the Uruguayan coast sits one of the most beautiful haciendas in the country. Estancia Vik José Ignacio is 20 minutes from Punta Del Este, a beach town with some of the best nightlife and entertainment venues in South America. The all-suite hotel is …
Accommodation types: Design
Chateau  
Rhianfa
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This romantic castle in the wilds of Wales was built in 1849 by Sir John Hay William Baronet of Bodelwyddan and his wife Lady Sarah Hay Williams. The exterior was designed by Lady Sarah who was captivated by the French chateaus she saw on her holidays. It was built to …
Accommodation types: Castle   Chateau   Luxury
New Majestic  
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It’s called the New Majestic Hotel so no-one forgets that it’s new and majestic. But that would be hard to do given that the lobby has a copper ceiling, white-washed walls, and vintage fans. As is usual for modern design hotels, local artists have been allowed to splurge their creative …
Accommodation types: Design