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British Colonial Hilton Nassau Bahamas

British Colonial Hilton Nassau

A favourite Nassau Bahamas vacation landmark setting the standards of hospitality in Nassau since 1900, the hotel reopened as the British Colonial Hilton, Nassau in October 1999. Hilton's 18-month, $68-million restoration converted the timeless c...

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Caledonian Hotel Scotland

Caledonian Hotel

At the end of Princess Street presides the Queen of Edinburgh, "The Caley", over lush green gardens, offering a walk in the park to museums, shops and the old castle district on the hill. After checking-in at the Caledonian, I take a moment to enjoy ...

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Frankfurter Hof Germany

Frankfurter Hof

Whenever I am in Frankfurt, I always seek a chat with head concierge and legend-of-the-house Juergen CARL, who is one of the most interesting personalities of the trade. Later I find myself sitting on the terrace in the charming courtyard, enjoying d...

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Great Western Royal England

Great Western Royal

Today known as the Hilton London Paddington, this hotel is something very special. Allow me to take you back in time, when a man had a dream: to travel from New York to the heart of London. Sound odd? Well, not if you’ve heard of Isambard Ki...

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London Hilton on Park Lane England

London Hilton on Park Lane

Overlooking Hyde Park, the London Hilton on Park Lane stands tall but never still. In 1963, when it opened its doors, it was a novelty, a scandal, a sensation ... and a temptation. This Hilton hotel revolutionized British inn keeping. A suite on the ...

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Mena House Egypt

Mena House

This 1886 hotel stands in front of the Great Pyramid in Cario, Egpyt - one (and the last remaining) of the seven wonders of the ancient world. We recommend to take a room with a balcony facing the pyramid. You could also try the 18-hole golf course, ...

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Prince de Galles Featured

Prince de Galles

In Paris, the city of grand hotels, this was the first hotel to open with two names. As it was built for and named after The Prince of Wales, it was called (see above) on its opening day PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL / HÔTEL PRINCE DE GALLES. Unveiled ...

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Ritz Madrid Featured

Ritz Madrid

The Ritz Madrid is one of the classic elegant European grand hotels. It welcomes us with all the luxruy of a bygone time, elegant and refined, yet state-of-the-art und in fact very contemporary. From the preface of our book on the Ritz: "...

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Schloss Velden Austria

Schloss Velden

For over 100 years Hotel Schloss Velden was the meeting point of the international jet set. The King of Thailand enjoyed its hospitality, the Prince of Wales, the Kings of Sweden and Norway, too. To the left, by the way: Edward, the Duke of Windsor, ...

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The Savoy England

The Savoy

The Savoy has reopened on 10.10.2010 after an extensive renovation. The hotel is back to its great heritage, fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology and certainly fit for the next decade. The two Tonys and Peter, the doormen, still greet you ...

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Half Moon

Half Moon

In 1954, a group of wealthy individuals including Donald Deskey, the fabled designer (among his works the Radio City Music Hall); Harvey Firestone,...Read More

Prince de Galles

Prince de Galles

In Paris, the city of grand hotels, this was the first hotel to open with two names. As it was built for and named after The Prince of Wales, it was...Read More

Metropole (Sofitel Legends)

Metropole (Sofitel Legends)

If you haven't been to the Metropole, you haven't been to Vietnam! "The Metropole is one of the last grand hotels of the exotic East. I...Read More

Strand Hotel

Strand Hotel

    Memories of all the artists and writers who found inspiration here. Talbot Kelly left us wonderful paintings and travel...Read More

The Peninsula

The Peninsula

'I feel like a million dollars!' became the immortal first impression of a lady walking through the corridors of The Peninsula at...Read More