These are the most luxurious hotels in the middle East, offer their guests only the best. If you don’t believe it, you can see for yourself by visiting one of them.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi, UAE
This hotel if descended from the pages of “1000 and 1 night” — crystal chandeliers, marble, gold leaf, dome. The hotel has everything you need for a luxury holiday – the machine that sells gold bars; edible gold desserts or braised abalone with truffles, a portion of which is 958$.
In 2010, the hotel installed the most expensive Christmas tree in the world: its branches were decorated with precious stones whose total value exceeded $ 11 million.
The cost per room per night – 1 from 198$.
Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai, UAE 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
24 September, the year of the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie, Grand Hotel Europe presents a wine dinner with the chef of the famous writer trains Venice Simplon-Orient-Express and the house wine “Baron Philippe de Rothschild”, the credo of which is to produce the best wines in the world in any category.
Evening in the restaurant “Europe” will recreate the atmosphere of an aristocratic continental train travel vintage “Orient Express”, shrouded in mystery and intrigue, which comfortably traveled writers, statesmen and monarchs of the twentieth century. To bladams menu matched pair a unique wine Baron Philippe de Rothschild that by the glass it is possible to try only here.
The dinner menu has developed a creative Duo: the chef of Grand Hotel Europe Ian Minnis and Christian Bodiguel, a Frenchman who for 30 years headed the kitchen of the legendary luxury train with three dining cars. A menu with six changes amounted to French cuisine, famous for the diversity and sophistication of sauces. Continue reading