Luxury hotels and resorts under Sunny skies. Designer furniture, expensive restaurants and rich tourists, splashing in the ocean. But all that can change very quickly, becoming a decaying squalor.
War, weather, financial crises and man-made disasters killed many tourist palaces. Here are some of the most famous hotels empty.
Sheraton Rarotonga, cook Islands
It’s an empty building located on the coastal line of the island of Rarotonga, is still shown on Google Maps though she never had visitors.
200 rooms with tiled floors, Jacuzzi, air-conditioning, carpets and luxury furnishings, never opened its doors. Wealth pilfered long ago and the building now hiding the homeless and a local gang. Continue reading
Honestly, this summer I was going to spend a modest house on the terrace. Any plans built. or rather dreamed about the sea as always, but something concrete emerging.
And then the parents-in-law was invited for a week in Cannes. For a long time I did not have to persuade and I gladly agreed!
This is what I am. the hotel was chosen not by me.
But still I want to tell you about the hotel and share pictures) Maybe someone will like it.
So, a few steps from the sea, in a quiet side street is the hotel 3.14. Who loves math, he will immediately realize that the numbers in the name of the hotel) Yes, the architect loved math. )
The hotel location is very good! The beach is three minutes to the Croisette, 20 metres. Near shops, restaurants, bars. in General, in the midst of the centre of Cannes. Continue reading
Long weekend in one of the European capitals — a holiday that is nice to go at any time of the year. We have selected the five hotels for a mini-vacation: convenient location and great design guarantee
Hotel Dauphine Saint Germain (Paris)
The family-run hotel Dauphine Saint Germain is located on the homonymous street, in the heart of the historic Latin quarter on the left Bank of the Seine.
Today is traditionally the “student” area in the 5th and 6th districts of Paris, located near the Sorbonne University, became a place of pilgrimage for tourists. Here they are tempted narrow streets of the historical buildings. Numerous cafes, restaurants, shops with delicacies and art galleries give a quarter of a distinctly Parisian charm. The facades of the houses decorated with wrought iron balconies and flower-filled, passers-by entertained by street musicians and artists. Continue reading