Especially for those who are tired of the international network of hotels class “luxury”, Shine is a selection of the most unusual hotels in the world.
Sandboarding enthusiasts will enjoy the hotel-an oasis in the desert of RUB al Khali, which is two hours away by car from the capital of UAE – Abu Dhabi. Do not worry in advance: pool, SPA, restaurants and other blessings of civilization are the place to be even in a lifeless desert.
Liwa Oasis, UAE
2. The hotel with its own vineyard
What could be better than to combine relaxation with wine tasting?
Castello Banfi — Il Borgo, the Poggio alle Mura, Montalcino, Italy
3. Hidden in the mountains and greenery
Ideal for those who want to be alone and hide from the eyes of others. Continue reading
Bright, colorful Turkey one of the most desirable resorts for Russians. Tourists from all over the world go on vacation in this amazing country with a rich history, located on the pristine Mediterranean sea.
Going to Turkey, and every traveler looking for accommodation commensurate with incomes. But there is a category of tourists who prefer to rest in the most luxury hotels of Turkey, is able to provide all conceivable luxuries.
All the most elite and expensive hotels of Turkey are, as a rule, on the first line and feature amazing architectural and landscape design.
Mardan Palace is one of the most expensive and luxurious hotels in the Mediterranean. Amazing Palace-hotel built on the seafront in Antalya, has its own beaches, the best on the whole coast of the Mediterranean sea.
The hotel has the largest in Turkey, the fresh water swimming pool, which stretches across beautiful bridges. 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