This privately-run boutique hotel, situated in the heart of Paris has been in the same family since 1930. The surprises in store for you, so carefully thought-out in detail, and the warmth of the welcome will make your stay a most enjoyable time.
Make sure you dress cozy enough for a memorable experience: sleep in a two-person mining suite 155 meters underground, in a silver mine!
Enjoy the stillness of a 65-million-year-old Ojo Alamo Sandstone rock, 70 feet below the surface!
If you don't fear enclosed spaces and you don't mind floating on a river all night, get a capsule room on the Hague!
You won't feel homeless or uncomfortable in the concrete sleep-pipes put at your disposition by the Das Park Hotel.
A hotel for the 21st century. Modern design and affordability are the best words to describe this hotel.
Secluded, in the small town of “Turda” in Transylvania, Prince Hunter and Dracula Hotel (or Castle) and Restaurant combines a hunting medieval theme with Dracula, Bram Stoker’s fantasy character.
In the heart of the vast orange orchards of the Algarve campina and within a stone's throw of the best beach areas in the Algarve, Villa Campina embodies the difference.
The flagship of the Prince Hotel chain. A member of the the Leading Hotels of the World. Standing amidst a park so green and verdant it seems nothing like Tokyo, with Tokyo Tower visible off to one side, enjoy a relaxing stay here. There is also a wide variety of facilities. Bowling and beauty treatment, spas and fitness and hot springs are facilities you will rarely be able to enjoy in any other Tokyo hotel.
It's nice to have a bit of space, and this hotel sits in 24 acres of it. The grounds include not only 3 pools and 2 kids' pools, but also an 18-hole mini-golf course. Who can resist having a go at that?
It's arguably the most famous hotel on Ocean Drive, THE street in South Beach, lined with restaurants and bars.
This legendary hotel first opened its doors to the public in 1954, when the A-list celebs of the time - Elvis, Sinatra and the Rat Pack - were frequent visitors.