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5 most romantic hotels in the world

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

OLD ESTATE IN ITALY

Masseria – old estate, surrounded by olive groves and Mediterranean vegetation. Located in the South of Italy. Some of them after a painstaking restoration turned into upscale hotels with all modern amenities. Many of these hotels also have their own production of typical products of the area in which they are listed: olive oil, sausages, cheeses, wine, etc.

La Tenuta Al Bano Carrisi. located in a quiet location, close to the Salento, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. The hotel project is implemented by the famous singer and musician al Bano Kaprrizi. In the ancient possession of the 16th century – la Masseria Curtipetrizzi – al Bano has created a high-end hotel with an extraordinary wine cellars and restaurant. This hotel is perfect to spend a romantic weekend or a business meeting.

In the hotel: swimming pool, hall for receptions and meetings, Internet, tennis court, private chapel. In the center of the complex is a restaurant “Don Carmelo” – known among the gourmets of the whole Puglia. Elegant atmosphere, excellent wine list, great selection of local, Italian and international cuisine make this restaurant appealing for various events and receptions. Special attention was also decorated with the rooms. Diverse suites planned in every detail, the size of some of rooms comes to 65 sqm rooms: telephone, TV, air conditioning, safe, Minibar. Continue reading

The most expensive hotels in the world

Owners of luxury hotels, it seems, does not loss from the effects of the global economic crisis. In contrast, the price per night in luxury apartments are growing quickly, and VIPs, it made no scares. The Imperial suites and presidential penthouses are always in high demand among the travelling elite, particularly government officials. For example, us President Barack Obama during his three-day visit to Moscow in June 2009, she filmed the entire Ritz-Carlton.

Authoritative British magazine Wealth Bulletin publishes the ratings of the most expensive hotel rooms. On the eve of the 2010 “big ten” were the following hotels.

Geneva: Hotel President Wilson

The price of the night in the Royal penthouse occupying the entire floor, is sixty-five thousand dollars. According to Wealth Bulletin, it costs almost twice as much as 2009. Despite the unprecedented high cost, book the penthouse is not easy: you have to align your intentions with the main hotel Manager. Continue reading

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