Since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 range of hotels in Berlin began to expand at an unprecedented pace. There are currently 133,000 seats 800 hotels in Berlin. With such stiff competition, the rates are much lower than in other European capitals, except during large exhibitions, festivals and celebrations in the New year’s eve. Almost every international network has at least one hotel in Berlin, but there are also many local hotels that are better suited to discover the true character of the city. I represent to your attention the list of the top 10 hotels in Berlin, Germany. Please note that from 1 January 2014 5% city tax will be added to your bill for the hotel. Continue reading
The hotel is located in a historic XIV century, previously owned by the family of the rulers of Verona Scaligeri. In recent years, was carried out an intensive renovation of the building, which were renovated and refurbished rooms and other rooms. With distinctive style and sophisticated elegance, the hotel enjoys a deserved international fame due to the good service and the beauty of the interior. As it was for centuries, the hotel Due Torri Hotel Baglioni continues to serve as a second home for many well-known figures of culture, politics, art.
In 1674 the building was first used as a house for guests, and in 1882 was established here at Grand Hotel Imperiale. In my time here lived such famous people as Mozart, Goethe, the Austrian Archduke Maximilian, king of Naples Ferdinand IV, king of Spain, Charles IV, the Emperor of Austria Franz I, Giuseppe Garibaldi. There were important historical events: the coronation for the French throne who was in exile of Louis XVII, Vilafrancada the signing of the peace Treaty between Napoleon III and king Victor-Emmanuel II, Archduke Ranieri of Austria and the Marshal was about to fall. Continue reading
The Savoy, Missouri
Missouri is a place known by the secrets associated with fascinating stories of Ruskin bond. But the most infamous building in the area is the hotel Savoy, built in 1902 as a summer residence and “capital of pleasure” of the British Raj. The walls of the architectural monument in the Gothic style kept the story about the two mediums, miss Frances Garnett-Orme and miss Eva Mounstephen that in 1911 stayed here. One morning miss Frances was found murdered. The conclusion is judicial-medical examination has said that the woman was poisoned, and the poison was in the drink. Miss Eva was arrested and brought before the court, which acquitted her. They say that the Ghost of the murdered still roams the hotel in search of the man who poisoned her.
Agrasen Ki Baoli, New Delhi
The ladder included in the list of architectural heritage of India and is under state protection. Continue reading