The best Nightclubs of the world
The crisis was raging in the last year and a half and in club life, gradually comes to an end. Around the world began to open up new establishments, which successfully compete with the legends of nightlife. In this connection, the publication of Askmen presented another list of the best clubs in the world for 2010.
1. The Boom Boom Room
New York City
Situated on the last floor of the Standard hotel nightclub in the time of its opening in September last year, won the attending stars luxury views of Manhattan and new Jersey. Not surprisingly, many celebrities have become regulars of the institution. Here you can easily find Penelope Cruz, Madonna or Beyonce. One of the halls of the club boasts a huge triangular pool in which splashing invitingly warm water. Alas, to get to a party here is very easy: you have to be an invitation. However, in a bar Boom Boom Room is the place to look and day. Because cocktails that are served here, as gorgeous as the opening from the window. Continue reading
The hotel Ryokan Hashes in Japan is the oldest in the world
The oldest hotels in the world – today most of them are either in museums or in ruins. Because the history of the hotel began long before the emergence of the concept of the hotel. The earliest hotels can be considered as a thermal bath, which the Greeks and Romans arranged at the healing springs in the surroundings of Athens and Naples. Of the oldest hotels can also be attributed caravanserais – Inns, motels current prototypes, which were located along the roads of the legendary silk Road in the cities of the Golden Horde. In the early middle ages the functions of the hotels served and monasteries monastery monastic orders.
Today the oldest hotel in the world is located in Japan. Hotel the Hashes in the vicinity of the city Komatsu opened its doors in 717 ad. The hotel is a traditional Japanese type of Ryokan, which provides in addition to sleep and rest in the healing springs. This Ryokan Hashes in Japan offers its services to guests to this day. The hotel Hashes throughout its existence belonged to a single genus. Continue reading