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Hotel Alfonso XIII

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

A fancy hotel that seems to be woven from the air

Hotel-wordsmith

Theme fusion with nature or even complete dissolution in her care of modern authors, no less than their predecessors, the supporters of organic architecture. The architects of the Swedish office Tham & & Videgård Arkitekter have designed and built in the North of the country, near the village of Harads fancy hotel that seems to be woven out of thin air. Volume size of 4x4x4 meter is mounted on the tree trunk with metal clips that won’t damage the bark.

It all began with a documentary film directed by Jonas Selberg Agustina called “tree hugger”. Future authors of the concept at stealth came up with the idea: can a person who is not too important the comfort and the weight designer brands, explore at your leisure the world around us, while remaining invisible to our little brothers? Hotel in Harads has become a tangible confirmation of this idea.

Scope design is simple. The base is made of aluminum, and it consists of two modules that are joined on site. Inside the box is finished with plywood. Continue reading

Best hotels in Singapore

Mysterious and exotic Singapore is a city state located at the southernmost point of Eurasia, on the archipelago of sixty three Islands. Ultra modern metropolis will seduce its visitors with dizzying skyscrapers and architectural structures, colorful cosmopolitan, as well as the heritage of Chinese, Indian, Malay and Anglo-Saxon cultures. Once a colonial port, which belonged to the English crown, became the site of the world civilization, in intellectual, financial and business center, lush tropical greenery. Along with modern buildings and entertainment, worthy of the largest cities in the world, in Singapore, there are numerous monuments of different epochs and cultures.

Attractions

On a tour of all the attractions of Singapore may take more than one month. Therefore it is necessary to prepare in advance your route. Definitely worth it to take the time ethnic neighborhoods and visit Little India, Arab quarter and Chinatown. Tourists may expect to find an abundance of Souvenirs and culinary discoveries. Walk through the Singapore Botanic garden is a must of your stay. Continue reading

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