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The mysterious visit of the wine cellars at hotel De Paris

The legendary Hôtel de Paris located in the heart of Monte-Carlo, welcomes guests to the Principality to visit their mysterious wine cellar. Excavated in 1874 in the rock world’s biggest private wine cellar in the hotel contain priceless treasures. Here, at a depth of 13 meters and at a constant humidity of 75-80%, specifically maintained temperature of 12-14C, 350 thousand wine bottles are kept under the close supervision of a professional team of ten people. On the large wooden shelves stores prestigious wines from all regions of France and from abroad. On an area of about 1500 m2, (i.e. more than 1 kilometers wine boxes) Packed in special boxes bottles are sorted by vintage categories. Labels indicate wine “in circulation”, that is, those who offer to the table in the hotels and restaurants.

The wine cellar at hotel de Paris have a long history. Initially it was a small room in which were stored several barrels of wine. Long wine exported to this region in barrels from Bordeaux, Marseille and nice, after which the workers of the cellars poured it into the bottle. Continue reading

“Floating island” — an Unusual Hotel in Berlin

Fantastically unusual hotel is a private hotel, which is located in Germany, Berlin. The hotel was named after a novel by the great writer Jules Verne, which in Russian sounds like “Floating island” . The original hotel called L’ile a helice, which literally translated sounds like “the Island with the screw/propeller”. The full title of this small hotel in Berlin: Propeller Island City Lodge. In Russian language the name of the hotel translates as “City house-island with a propeller”. Permanent host is Lars Strachan.

The hotel “Floating island” all rooms are themed, and the design and interior is created by just one person – Lars Strasheim, which I am sure that almost every one of its rooms can influence and even change the consciousness of its inhabitants.

If you often like to perform in front of a mirror much time, then you will love a night spent in the mirror room, called “room for Narcissus”. It looks like a polygonal room decorated entirely with mirrors (!), there is a feeling that you’re in a kaleidoscope. A lot of their own reflections and others, for sure, can drive You crazy. Continue reading

The most expensive of the world

One of the determining factors when booking a room in the hotel or the hotel is for most people the price. The room rate is determined by the conditions of accommodation, service, location (e.g. proximity to the city centre or to the sea) and many other factors. Also important is the prestige of the hotel, visiting him at various times famous artists or politicians.

Cost has long been far ahead of all the famous hotels of the center of gaming entertainment Las Vegas. But among them there is a champion – a stay at the Mansion. The cheapest room is about $5000 per night. A joke for the guests notice that this amount does not include the cost of Breakfast. However, the latter is not very confusing for guests and they are willing to pay that kind of money for accommodation. And with Breakfast they will sort it out.

1. Hotel The Mansion at MGM Grand . also located in Las Vegas. The cheapest room for humble servants or seconded, costs $5000. The most expensive chetyrehkomnatnuyu – $15000. And again in these prices does not include cost of Breakfast, only the room. Continue reading

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