Europe is magnificent. It has history, culture and every other thing you would want if you visit a different continent. Fortunately, it has its share of fancy hotels too. When we say fancy, we mean it. We believe your stay at a hotel should also be considered when you go on vacation. That is why we have chosen a list of 10 hotels which brings a different experience unlike any other; one you shouldn't miss for the world.
1. TENUTA DI MURLO,
Murlo Estate is one of Italy's most prestigious private country properties, family-owned for centuries. Highly regarded for its thousands of hectares of impeccable forests and olive groves and beautiful valleys, streams, and ponds, this is the ideal destination for a pleasant and personal vacation. Located in the beautiful Umbrian area, the asset gives its visitors a broad range of possibilities. It also provides excellent luxury and a vast array of events and high-quality facilities. This Hotel also comes with delicious food and offers the best wine tasting in neighboring towns in the two adjacent regions of Lazio and Tuscany.
2. LE BRISTOL
Located from the Champs Elysées and La Madeleine Site, this Hotel provides a rooftop swimming pool and an authentic French internal garden unlike any other. It possesses the award-winning Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie. It also has a gorgeous interior with fancy views of the Eiffel Tower. The aesthetic rooms are beautifully furnished, and some display Louis XV or Louis XVI-style interiors. The suites give ideas of the internal garden "à la française" the flower-filled garden of the Hotel or the Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré. Le Bristol is also home to French cuisine, which offers simple yet traditional French cuisine.
3. HOTEL DE RUSSIE
An enduring dream of artists and authors, actors, and officials, Hotel de Russie was nicknamed "paradise on earth" by French poet Jean Cocteau in 1917. The Hotel de Russie is known for its trendy style as its enviable place between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo. Gentle shades, modern décor, and unique craftsmanship illuminate the guest suites. The most famous Hotel in Rome, the Hotel de Russie, has a beautiful feature- extensive terraced gardens called the "Secret Garden." It is situated behind the building overlooking Via del Babuino.
4. GRAND HOTEL TREMEZZO
Lake Como, Tremezzo CO, Italy
The Grand Hotel Tremezzo is an architectural masterpiece of art nouveau on the western banks of Lake Como. It is a fantastic hotel in every way, with a hundred windows facing the lake, each of them overlooking either the park or the shores of Lake Como. The furnishings are elegant, moving more towards an authentic and well-preserved homage to the spirit of 1910. The theme is Liberty, the Italian version of Art Nouveau, which acknowledges a heavy French vibe and some English factors. As usual, it has a top-notch line of restaurants and bars, and its spa system is top-class.
Porto Heli, Greece
The Hotel is set on a top of a hill near Porto Heli's town on the eastern coast of the Peloponnese and provides spectacular views of the Peloponnese coast, a private beach club in a serene cove. The resort itself is breathtaking. The Amanzoe design is strongly influenced by the trademark Greek architecture yet reflects a very modern-ish infrastructure. This is one for social media, and with its restaurants, facilities, and overall experience, this may be the one for you too.
6. SIX SENSES DOURO VALLEY
Built on a hill with views of the UNESCO World Heritage Douro Valley's terraced vineyards as well as the Douro River, this recently restored 19th-century mansion offers visitors relaxing spa retreats, wine tastings. It also has a substantial mirror-like outdoor infinity pool. The Six Senses Douro Valley blends sophistication with the truth and heritage of the area. The Hotel's restaurant combines three different methods: an open kitchen, a wood-burning furnace, and gourmet food, serving visitors gourmet and delectable foreign cuisine. Coupled with Yoga programs and a spa system, guests can also slow their time while on vacation by relaxing.
7. SOHO HOUSE
With its landscaped gardens, spa treatments, pools, viewing rooms, hotels, and restaurants, Soho House caters to the affluent, city-dwelling artistic community, offering them lovely areas to be fresh and artistic together. Soho has many resorts around the globe, but the one in Turkey sparks a different interest. While being a Soho House member ( a club) is easier to get reservations, one can book using some of their guest options. The Istanbul House is situated in Palazzo Corpi, the former home of the Genoese trader, and has all the house's original features to date.
8. FINCA CORTESIN
The Hotel's modern and majestic style is influenced by traditional Andalusian infrastructure. Excellent cooking, exemplary hospitality, and an unrivaled aura of harmony and tranquility, it is no short of luxury. The Finca Cortesin is different because you could be doing nothing and still want to stay at the hostel because of its surrounding beauty. A bit separated from the city makes it a place to visit.
9. THE LANESBOROUGH
The Lanesborough, Oetker Collection-The World's Classic Rooms Leading Hotel, combines 19th-century architecture with contemporary luxury and stands apart from the average fancy hotels in Europe. Their rooms have mesmerizing views of Hyde Park, something which amazes just about anyone. Guests at this hotel also have free access to The Lanesborough, Oetker Collection-The World Club & Spa Leading Hotel, which offers fitness, spa, and wellness services. Awarded No. 1 Hotel in London at the Travel + Leisure World Best Awards, it gives everything you would wish for.
10. MANDARIN ORIENTAL HYDE PARK
Placed in an elegant Edwardian-style structure, the Hotel was built to the public in 1902 as the Hyde Park Hotel, and in 1996 the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Company acquired the estate and completed a complete restoration, which was opened again in May 2000. The Hotel offers true beauty and convenience at one of London's most trendy and convenient places. One peek out the window, and you'll know that you're at one of England's most lucrative locations. It's not only about the luxurious venue, though. The beautiful bedrooms and the exclusive and spacious apartments are imperial. Each space at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, is one-of-a-kind, characterized by the Hotel's artwork, vintage items, and lavish textures.