New positive emotions like nothing else warm feelings. We present you the five most romantic hotels in the world where your heart will be pounding to the beat and you will fall in love with each other again and again.
Romance in the desert.
Banyan Tree Al Wadi, UAE
Located in a quiet place called Wadi Cadena (Wadi Khadeja), Banyan Tree Al Wadi as a protected enclave, surrounded by the mighty, evergreen gotovymi trees, the resort is 45 minutes ‘ drive from Dubai international airport and 20 kilometres from the lively city center of RAS al Khaimah. The resort offers guests privacy in this nature reserve, where the animals are in their natural habitat, as well as a variety of outdoor activities on a private beach and a field for playing Golf of 18 holes.
A 20-minute drive from the resort is the beach club (Beach Club) where guests will be offered water activities tutorials navigation and water skiing. Guests can visit the beautiful club bar, or relax by the pool. Continue reading
In tourism industry there are many interesting and unusual hotels, for a night in which people are ready to pay more.
Let’s start with the Excelsior in Rome, occupying an area of 1100 sq. m. the Cost of one night spent here is 10 thousand dollars, although for owners of the Audi TT Quattro this amount is worthless. The largest hotel room of Europe contains two bedrooms, six additional rooms, three terraces, a study, a dining room, a small cinema, gym, sauna, swimming pool, private Elevator and marble staircase. In General, all you need to relax like a king.
Interior decoration in the room reminiscent of the Palace Borghese, Farnese and Massimo. Here, marble floors and chandeliers made of Murano crystal, on the walls of frescoes and mosaics. There is also a wine cellar, containing 160 bottles of selected wines, among which there are both French and Spanish, and Italian, and Californian. Hotel for over a hundred years old, stayed here the Prince and Princess of Monaco, the family of Kennedy, Catherine Deneuve, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and “the rolling stones”. Continue reading