Skyscrapers around the world are expanding people’s ideas about technological possibilities. Many of the high-rise buildings today serve as a platform for luxury hotels, providing travellers with the ability to look from above at spreading out before them a panorama of the city. One of the most well-known hotels, which has taken some space on the skyscrapers is the hotel “The Ritz-Carlton”, which is located in Hong Kong. This hotel is located in the upper part of the building of the International Trade centre. The height of the skyscraper reaches 488 meters. Hotel “The Ritz-Carlton” Hong Kong is the proud owner of the high-rise hotel Suite, which was listed in the Guinness Book of records. Each of the 312 rooms of this hotel have a telescope. Guests can climb in the “Ozone” – the highest bar in the world. This bar serves cocktails and Asian snacks.
Still one of the tallest hotels in the world is the hotel “Park Hyatt Shanghai”. This hotel has 79 to 93 floors of the tallest building in Shanghai. The hotel is located on the territory of the World Financial Center, which reaches a height of 492 meters. The interior design of this high-rise hotel is designed in a minimalist style. On clear days, the views from the rooms, particularly impressive. Nominaiton the hotel consists of 174 double rooms. Continue reading
Among the hotels always have competition. Each school tries to attract its guests quality service, wide range of services or a gorgeous view from the window. But there are pensions that went the other way. The most unusual hotels in the world, although can not boast 5-star service, no shortage of visitors, because everyone is unique in their own way and built to amaze.
Propeller Island City Lodge
This 4-star hotel in Germany at a cost of half a million dollars embodied all crazy ideas of designer Lars Stroshane. The owners have positioned each room as a work of art, designed to change your consciousness. How and when you visit the Museum, here are guaranteed an incredible experience.
For all guests are issued with a clear instruction on how to use the room. 45 rooms you’ll find beds, hovering in the air; a place for sadomasochism and a prison cell; apartment, completely made of mirrors or a room in the Gothic style, where you have to spend the night in a coffin. A special experience is guaranteed for the guests in the Studio “Upside down” where all the furniture bolted to the ceiling, and the one on the bottom, you can take advantage of with the help of special devices. Continue reading
The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts, owned by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. is a stunning hotel Alfonso XIII, which opened after a $25 million restoration that has returned the hotel to its former splendour and magnificence. The reopened hotel Alfonso XIII will be the first of four Luxury Collection hotels that have undergone multi-million dollar restoration and opening in the next 12 months. The opening of the hotel Cristina in San Sebastian which is scheduled for July 2012, and Prince de Galles Paris and The Gritti Palace in Venice will be able to accept its first guests in early 2013.
“World Luxury Collection portfolio continues to grow, so for us it is very important that we continue our investment in legendary hotels network in Europe, allowing you to emphasize the heritage and history of the brand, says Paul James (Paul James), the Head of St brands. Regis and Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts. Hotel Alfonso XIII is a landmark in Seville since 1928, and we are very happy to provide the travelers and local residents the beauty of this special place, as well as top quality of service and style, which is famous hotels Luxury Collection”. Continue reading