At the most central location in the old city centre of Munich – just in front of the famous Glockenspiel am Rathhaus at the Marienplatz – you’ll find a brand new, ultramodern and super stylish hotel called BEYOND. It’s the latest addition to the impressive portfolio of the Geisel group – the renowned hospitality family that owns several top notch hotels, restaurants and bars in Munich – and it’s beyond all expectations.
Hotel Okura Amsterdam is situated in one of the most striking buildings in Amsterdam in the atypical and maybe not so well known neighbourhood of De Pijp, with its vibrant local and bohemian feel. The 5 star luxury hotel has everything international guests might dream of, including several (Michelin) restaurants, a unique top floor with amazing views of the city centre and even a pier as the perfect starting point to explore the charming canals of this picturesque city.
Some pretty pictures on the website and the fact that it’s apparently the oldest hotel in Valencia, made us decide to book a stay in the One Shot Palacio Reina Victoria 04. The hotel is part of the One Shot Group, that manages a group of hotels that all have a nice design and triple A location in common. They offer that young vibrant city atmosphere with a dash of luxury, all at very reasonable prices.
When a monument is renovated to turn it into a hotel you know to expect something magical. That’s exactly what you can experience at the Caro Hotel in Valencia. It’s a high class hotel with top-notch service, elegance and style. At the same time the hotel has a trendy, urban feel and a vibrant atmosphere, without losing attention for quality and discretion.
“The most beautiful place to spend the night in Antwerp”, that was the answer we received almost unanimously when we asked several people what to expect from Hotel De Witte Lelie in Antwerp. We have to admit; this hotel really is a hidden treasure in the city centre. With hidden we mean that the clean, impressive three wall façade only reveals a small piece of the grandeur of De Witte Lelie. Everyone entering the building through the stately gate receives a warm and personal welcome, which is quite exceptional these days, but it shows why this place is so special. Here, you are at home.
Friday afternoon in the center of picturesque Middelburg. The ice cold Zeelandic air surprises us when we get out of the car. Lovely winter weather that makes you long for a cozy living room, a fireplace, and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. When we open the door of the stately building where Boutique Hotel The Roosevelt is situated, the homey, comfortable feeling we longed for immediately overtakes us.