Round Hill Hotel&Villas
Before magic hands of Ralph Lauren got to the hotel, he was no less famous. The first guests appeared in 1953 and the names of some are known to all: John Kennedy, Paul Newman, Adele Astaire and Clark Gabel. This is a popular place for celebrities not only on the coast of Jamaica, but also in the whole Caribbean region. Now the hotel has 110 rooms, 74 of which are located in private villas, art gallery, 3 meeting rooms, business center, 5 tennis courts, 2 restaurants and 2 bars, children’s center and a huge Spa. Ralph often said that for every action inspire his wife and children, so he always strives to create a cozy ambience in any establishment of the brand (the designer owns a coffee shop on Fifth Avenue in new York and restaurant-boutique in the heart of Saint-Germain, Paris). In the interior complement each other simplicity and luxury concise forms and luxurious materials, advanced technology with ocean views. It is a place where people come to enjoy the benefits of civilization in the solitude with nature. Does happiness need more? Continue reading
The award, established by company Coral Travel, is awarded on the results of the survey of tourists. The clients are hotels become experts: filling in the questionnaire, they estimate the personnel, the condition of the room and the hotel, food and drink, cleanliness, services for children, garden and pool, animation and opportunities for sport. In each category are awarded points. Then the questionnaires are processed by computer and determined the final Top 100. The survey is conducted regardless of the number of stars the hotel has.
Awards Starway World Best Hotels for 2014 have been awarded 100 best hotels of the 28 countries with Coral Travel. Of the 2.9 million tourists companies in the survey took part more than 20%. In addition to Russian tourists, their assessment of the hotels was given by customers of Coral Travel Ukraine, CIS, Georgia, Poland, Turkey and the Balkan countries. Continue reading
Forbes magazine published a list of the most luxurious hotels in the Middle East. Now this region is famous not only oil deposits, but the hotels and ultra-luxury.
The hotel Hydropolis is built on land belonging to the crown Prince of Dubai. It is a huge underwater hotel, at a cost of $585 million was to be opened last year. But the plans were thwarted after the resignation of the head of the development company Crescent Hydroplis Alfred Wuttke.
In Hydropolis 300 rooms and 220 suites, located on three floors. All rooms are under water, so that through the Windows-the window you can admire the fishes and jellyfish. Near the hotel, on the seabed, erected “underwater” gardens and “ocean villas” for VIP guests. Among the future delights – car submarines and plastic surgery clinic.
Turkish hotel Ciragan Palace in Istanbul. For $1 185 per night you can rent a huge room with views of the Bosphorus. The Ciragan Palace was built of wood in the late sixteenth century, but in 1857 its new owner, Sultan Abdulaziz built the building. For his finish rich Oriental ruler was taken to first class marble and perlamutra around the world. In 1991 the Palace became a hotel. Continue reading