Friends

Friends

Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755, Belley, Ain – 1826, Paris), the French lawyer and politician, epicure and gastronome, would certainly be one of the Friends of The Most Famous hotels in the World®!

 


 

Dear Friends of The Most Famous Hotels in the World! 

We all have a passion for travel, a love for historic hotels in perfect – and sometimes less perfect – working condition, and we share our sense of global thinking.

Established as an exclusive group of individual travellers, THE FRIENDS of THE MOST FAMOUS HOTELS IN THE WORLD is a circle of well travelled people who have become 'Corresponding Members'.


Our team is constantly on the outlook for interesting news to add a special touch to your journey.

You too are invited to become a Corresponding Member.

As a Friend you will receive

: personal invitations to our book launching parties all over the world
: our regular newsletter etc.
: share your travel experiences with us, send us historical facts, photographs, menus, ...

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