Hotel “Sandy beach” is located in the resort village Dzhemete Anapa district near the sea. For the convenience of visitors on the ground floor there is a grocery store where you can buy everything you need. Offers comfortable rooms of different categories. The hotel has an outdoor heated pool and children’s section, where plenty to splash around, even the kids. Near the pool there are sun loungers on which you can soak up the sun. Small cascading waterfall near the pool will be pleasantly pleasing to the eye while resting.
Children are accepted in the hotel without age limit.
In the immediate vicinity there are: Park, cafes, restaurants, beach discos and Nightclubs, many a tour Desk.
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Circle only mirrors. On the floor, on the ceiling, on the walls, front, back, left, right – wherever the guest nor threw my gaze. Lying on the bed: he sees only himself. The whole room is equipped with a polygonal mirror, and the little bulb is immersed the room in soft light and the whole room shines. The feeling is like lying inside a giant kaleidoscope.
Room 15 in Propeller Island City Lodge is very small, in addition to beds inside there is only a washbasin. The toilet and shower are on the floor. But despite this is one of the most popular rooms in the hotel.
Who resides in the Propeller Island City Lodge, located close to the kurfürstendamm (Kurfürstendamm), leaving the calm and conservative district Wilmersdorf (Wilmersdorf) – is in a three-storey object of art. Each of the 32 rooms is a work of art, self-created product of the artist and musician Lars Stroshane (Lars Stroschen), which since 1985 works under the pseudonym of Propeller Island. Continue reading
In the famous hotels settled and took root beautiful and kind cats
Tradition to contain the cat in the hotel and use her incredible abilities in management (guest relation management) was the first to offer the legendary new York hotel The Algonquin.
The history of the Algonquin pet widely known: the Manager and part-owner Frank Case gave shelter to a stray cat, filling a bowl with warm milk. Since that day the rust kitten drinking milk only from a special champagne flutes, as evidenced by the photos of that time.
For two decades years, the Case has managed to turn The Algonquin Hotel to the centre of literary, musical, and artistic life of new York in the 1920s. Later known hotelier bought the complex on the street 59 W 44th St for $ 1 million (unheard of expensive for those times) and left behind this unusual for a hotel, but a very nice tradition, as the content of cat. Continue reading