“The Bourne Identity”
The elegant and refined hotel in the heart of the French capital near the Louvre Museum and the Tuileries garden was known long before there decided to shoot some key scenes of the film “the Bourne Identity” with Matt Damon in the title role. However, after the release of the pictures on the screens of the guests began often to meet fans of this action-Packed story about an amnesiac former mercenary killer-CIA agent.
“Death in Venice”
The aristocrats, the fashionable writers and other popular personalities of the last century, arriving in Venice, invariably chose the Hotel Des Bains. Almost 20 years it was a guest and the writer Thomas Mann, it is not surprising that the novel “Death in Venice” Continue reading
The price is 628 USD.
The room is decorated in classic style, in pastel colours. Total room size 23m2, ceiling height of 4.5 meters.
Choosing a hotel in Odessa, you need to remember and know the following features.
The first thing you will need to focus your attention on the location of the hotel or hotel in Odessa. The best option is when the outside of the hotel will be market and famous street, it would be nice to settle into a historical and famous part of the city. The beauty of Odessa yards and superiority colorful and bright Windows in the modern style are very harmonious and beautiful weave, and cafés and restaurants with plenty of different dishes and cuisines will not leave you indifferent. Continue reading
There are plenty of places where important historical events. And among these places there are hotels, which was signed historical documents, created the world famous literary works, written pattern, in General, there was a History of the human race.
So, our current rating on historical hotels.
1. Ritz Paris 5* (Paris , France )
In the early nineteenth century architect Charles Ili was rebuilt to a hotel in one of the houses. Ritz was the first hotel in the world, each room of which was fitted with a bath. The kitchen at the hotel answered the legendary chef Auguste Escoffier.
At various times it has welcomed such celebrities as Edward VII, Reza Shah Pahlavi, Charlie Chaplin, Greta Garbo, Frederic Chopin, Scott Fitzgerald, Marlene Dietrich and sir Elton John. In honor of some well-known guests have been named the most luxurious rooms. The hotel bar is actually the name of one of the regulars at the Ritz – Ernest Hemingway. It is here held its last night of Princess Diana and Coco Chanel lived at the Ritz for 30 years and died in this hotel. Continue reading