Hotels

Review of most prestigious hotels & resorts in the world. All personally experimented.

Hilton Molino Stucky, a new Venice palace

Venice is not a conventional city when you are looking for luxury. Indeed, most of palaces there are hidden in basic buildings and only few reviews exist about them. So to be sure I was not going to be disappointed I selected an hotel that could at least give me some loyalty points, an Hilton. What a good choice !…
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Memorable stay at Conrad Rangali Maldives

When you plan a stay in Maldives the choice of the resort is primary. You have to check both the kind of villas proposed and the size of the island because you will not be able to go elsewhere once you arrive. So to be sure to have a perfect stay, I simply booked the #1 Maldivian resort multi-awarded by…
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Good luxury basis at Hilton Park Lane

After experimenting several different location in North and Central London I would like to stay in the West area near Mayfair. Thanks to January Sale the Hilton Park Lane was a good value even if I would prefer the Four Seasons or Dorchester which are very closes, but the experience was pleasant and the suite we had were very nice.…
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Insotel Fenicia Prestige for indulgence

Second and final part of a travel in Spain, I had lot of expectations with Ibiza after a bad stay in Madrid. And it exceeded all of them ! From the room to the SPA, from the service to the unbelievable restaurant quality, our 2-night stay there was perfect and I highly recommend you to experiment it too. Location is…
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So disappointed by Gran Melia Fenix

Because I had absolutely no knowledge of Madrid, I trusted the Leading Hotels of the World website to find a good hotel in this spanish capital. What a mess, I should find something else… This Madrid institution already spent its glorious days and is now an old lady, used, tainted and completely outdated. Fortunately location is convenient, at walking distance…
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