Photo Source: Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin
The Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, Germany is a first-class Berlin hotel featuring the world’s largest cylindrical aquarium in its lobby. Visitors enjoy stunning views of the city and convenient access to local attractions, including the Berlin Cathedral and Museum Island. The hotel offers guests plush rooms, delicious dining options, an on-site spa and wellness area and flexible meeting facilities. All 427 contemporary rooms and suites are beautifully decorated and offer spectacular views of either Berlin or the AquaDom and culinary delights are served at restaurant HEat, with its exhibition kitchen and large sun terrace, while the Atrium Lobby Lounge & Bar, located underneath the AquaDom, offers a relaxing atmosphere that encourages visitors to unwind with cocktails and light snacks.
Photo Source: Andaz Hotel, San Diego
The Andaz Hotel in San Diego, California is a boldly progressive addition to the city’s historic Gaslamp Quarter. With its sleek style and fresh attitude, this chic new destination flies in the face of typical hotels in downtown San Diego. The hotel’s 159 ultra-modern guestrooms and suites are studies of style and sensuality dressed in rich textures, warm woods, and daring architectural elements, creating high design sanctuaries of cosmopolitan comfort where visitors often luxuriate in the fashionable indulgence of platform beds, glass-enclosed bathrooms and flat screen TVs, details which make Andaz San Diego the most alluring of San Diego hotels.
Photo Source: Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo
The Shangri-La Hotel in Tokyo, Japan is a tranquil retreat where business and pleasure intertwine. The Imperial Palace and Ginza shopping district are both a mere 10-minute walk away. But visitors who choose to indulge in the hotel’s ambience often find themselves wandering among its exclusive collection of 2,000 pieces of artwork by Japanese, Chinese and Western artists. Inspired by the writings of the Tang dynasty Chinese poet Bai Ju Yi, the artistry and beauty fill the senses. In the evenings, a traditional Japanese dinner at Nadaman beckons. It is a privilege to savour delights from this impeccable restaurant in its home country. The exquisite preparations from Chief Chef Takehiko Yoshida whet the appetite. Visit often.
Photo Source: Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan
The Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan, Italy is a luxury five-star hotel and home for international travellers and cosmopolitan society since the 1920’s. The hotel offers a winning combination of Old World ambience, the latest technology, and innovative designs. It is conveniently located in the Milan city centre, near major attractions and Milan’s chief shopping district, and just 50 minutes from the Milan Malpensa airport. The hotel’s 301 elegantly furnished rooms and signature suites offer an unforgettable stay complimented by first class shopping and the ultimate in relaxation at the hotel’s Club 10 Spa. Visitors often spend afternoon tea in Il Salotto and later sample the best of classic Italian cuisine in Restaurant Acanto.
Photo Source: Sonesta Bayfront Hotel Coconut Grove, Miami
The Sonesta Bayfront Hotel Coconut Grove in Miami, Florida is located just across the street from CocoWalk and only steps from lively sidewalk cafés, stylish boutiques, Coconut Grove shopping, modern art galleries and sizzling nightlife, as well as mere minutes from Downtown Miami and the Coral Gables business and entertainment districts. The hotel lobby is richly decorated with authentic contemporary art and décor and the guestrooms and suites offer breathtaking views of the bay or the towns of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables. The hotel’s Panorama Restaurant & Sky Lounge, overlooking lush Coconut Grove and Sailboat Bay, offers a creative menu including continental and Peruvian specialties.
Photo Source: Four Seasons at Marunouchi, Tokyo
The Four Seasons Hotel at Marunouchi in Tokyo, Japan is located within one-minute walking distance of Tokyo Station, Ginza and the Imperial Palace. Visitors are sure to enjoy the openness and light of floor-to-ceiling windows in each of the hotel’s 57 luxury boutique rooms. And when it comes to dining, this hotel offers a cosy and informal atmosphere in its ekki BAR & GRILL with boutique New World wine list or creative cocktails from the bar, including the sangria spoon cocktail and the pomegranate martini. The Wagyu Beef Tenderloin Tagliatta with Nori Seaweed Potato Cake, Butter Poached Asparagus, and Wasabi Meat Jus is particularly delightful.
Photo Source: Wayne Hotel
The Wayne Hotel in Wayne, Pennsylvania is located a short 18 miles west of the city of Philadelphia and is easily accessible by rail or car. Since the early 1900’s, this 40-room hotel has been an established landmark on the Philadelphia Main Line and, in 1985, underwent a million dollar renovation. Lovingly restored to its former elegance, this classic Victorian hotel now ensures the highest level of comfort combined with the understated elegance of the distant past. The Wayne Hotel offers visitors a splendid alternative to traditional hotel accommodations by almost literally transporting them back to a time when charm and an easier pace of living flourished.