Dubai is an Emirati city, capital of the emirate of the same name, one of the United Arab Emirates. It has less than 1500 km2 of area and is geographically divided by the Dubai Creek, resulting in two visible regions: Deira, to the north; and Bur Dubai, to the south. It is the largest city and the main port of the United Arab Emirates (before the federal capital Abu Dhabi). Located in the Persian Gulf, it is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai, and has more than one million inhabitants and in its metropolitan area exceeds 2.3 million. Until 2008, its population was over 1.5 million inhabitants.
The Carnoustie Ayurveda & Wellness Resort (website), a luxurious 5 star establishment, is located on the beautiful beach of Marari. There are 3 places to eat, a well-equipped spa and free Wi-Fi.
This elegant villa is tastefully decorated with modern Balinese-inspired elements with thatched roofs and large windows. All accommodation includes a comfortable seating area, a TV and an attached bathroom.
The Jai Mahal Palace Hotel (website) located in the middle of 18 acres of beautiful Persian Mughal style gardens, this incomparable palace dates back to 1745 BC. It is a masterpiece of India Sarracénica architecture that integrates opulence with tempting amenities that transport guests to a world of magnificence of Rajasthan. It is located downtown, near the most important shopping center and historical monuments of Jaipur
With a majestic location on Lake Pichola and spectacular views of the Aravalli Mountains, The Leela Palace (website) evokes the grandeur and opulence of the land of Mewar. Beautifully designed to reflect the style and influences that surround it, the intricate artisanal and world-class facilities designed by Jeffrey A. Wilkes, while part of Lim Teo Wilkes Design Works, and attention to detail in technique and embellishment of the Ms. Madhu Nair makes it an experience of royalty and regal indulgence.
The Ještěd Tower is a television signal transmitter and hotel (website) integrated in a single structure of 94 meters high, built on the top of the Ještěd mountain near Liberec in the Czech Republic. The hyperboloid shape of the structure has been chosen because it extends naturally to the silhouette of the hill, as well as for its resistance to the extreme climatic conditions at the top of the hill. In the lower sections of the tower there is a hotel and a restaurant. It was built in the second half of the 1960s and designed by the architect Karel Hubáček who received the Perret Prize from the International Union of Architects for it.
The Palais Hansen Kempinski is a five star hotel located in the heart of Vienna and considered historical heritage. Originally built as a hotel for the Universal Exhibition of 1873, this building captivates with contemporary design, modern architecture and luxury. It is innovative and classic, relaxed and unconventional.
Hotel Boutique Casa del Coliseo is a 17th century colonial building, restored to perfection, combining historical charm, 21st century comfort and exquisite decoration. The imposing corner colonial building has five shops on the first floor, 12 bedrooms on the mezzanine floor (with soundproof windows), 2 large rooms on the second floor and a wonderful terrace and pool that invites you to enjoy all your visitors
The Grand Hotel Neum is newly renovated and has a long tradition, it is the largest hotel located on the Riviera of Neum, Bosnia-Herzegovina, with complete tourist facilities, offering guests a pleasant stay throughout the year. The hotel offers luxurious single, double and triple rooms, furnished with air conditioning, a balcony with sea views, LCD satellite TV, minibar, bathroom with hairdryer, WIFI Internet, safe and telephone.
Europark Hotel offers all the services of a modern 3-star boutique hotel, such as free Wi-Fi in the entire building or a spectacular terrace and swimming pool on the 8th floor. It has different types of rooms of which we highlight the Penthouses, as they provide us with unique panoramic views of the Sagrada Família and of Barcelona.
In the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution made Barcelona the most advanced and industrialized area in Spain. The city needed to grow and the medieval walls were demolished. In 1859 the Eixample Plan was approved, giving shape to the new city that in 1888 would host the Universal Exhibition.
At that time, the building that today houses the H1898 was a conciliar seminary, until in 1881 the architect Josep Oriol Mestres designed it as the private residence of the López y López family, Marqueses de Comillas, who also had their family business there: Transatlantic Company.