To distract from everyday problems and relax, not necessarily to go to distant lands and spend a lot of money.
Most people of associated with distant journeys, new experiences, adventures, discoveries. Try to book a hotel in your hometown: you will be able to relax and unwind without spending time and money on long road. In the evening you will always find cosy, clean tidy room, in the morning don’t have to think about Breakfast – it’s been taken care by the chef.
We picked the top ten with an unusual atmosphere, the night they become a journey not only in space but also in time. And for guests of these hotels will be a life-saving shelter from the stress and noise of the big city.
The Hotel “Chenonceau”
Want to spend a weekend in the French province? The name of the hotel reminiscent of charming Chateau near Paris. Such a house could be somewhere in Bordeaux or champagne, but it is very close – at Patriarch’s ponds. A small, elegant mansion in a quiet corner in the heart of the Russian capital hides cozy rooms decorated in the classical Baroque style of the XVIII century. Continue reading
To create a film about pre-war Europe Wes Anderson was inspired by old movies and old photos
On the Russian screens “Hotel “Grand Budapest”: a film made by a Texas native Wes Anderson, about Europe, what we may never see. Before filming began, Anderson traveled extensively in the Old World, looking hotels the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, and old movies and old photos. By his own admission, the films of the 1930s, even more than old buildings, guided him in the creation of “Grand Budapest”.
The Eastern edge of Europe. The first world war was still very fresh in the memory, the Second is about to begin. The hotel “Grand Budapest”, though placed by the Director in a fictional country called ZUBROWKA, still bears traces of the Imperial grandeur that he had inherited from Austria-Hungary. Perhaps they would disappear much faster, not serve at the hotel in the chief of all the concierges middle-aged man, attractive appearance named Gustave H (Ralph Fiennes). Continue reading