Zeitgeist – Schrill…Bunt… nh Hotels Amsterdam

Das nhow Amsterdam RAI wird ein Ort, in dem Kunst, Design und unterschiedliche Kulturen aufeinandertreffen. Erste Einblicke in das Interior Design und Thema des nhow Amsterdam RAIAmsterdam RAI gab es jüngst auf der Baustelle am Europaplein 2 in Amsterdam Maarten Markus, Managing Director Northern Europe der NH Hotel Group gemeinsam mit den Kooperationspartnern Maurits van der Sluis, COO der Messe RAI Amsterdam, Gert-Wim Bos, Director des Entwicklers COD sowie Bas van Dam, CEO, Being Development.

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Ein multikultureller Hub soll das nhow Amsterdam RAI werden: offen für Geschäfts- & Freizeitreisende sowie die Amsterdamer Nachbarschaft. Das Prestigeobjekt wird mit einer Höhe von 91 Metern, 650 Zimmern auf 25 Etagen als höchster Hotelneubau in Benelux die Amsterdamer Skyline nachhaltig prägen. Das nhow Amsterdam RAI liegt direkt neben der Messe RAI Amsterdam und zählt zur Markenfamilie disruptiver und außergewöhnlicher Design-und Lifestylehotels, gestaltet von renommierten Architekten. Nach dem erfolgreichen Launch des nhow Rotterdam arbeitet die NH Hotel Group zum zweiten Mal mit Stararchitekt Rem Koolhaas / OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) zusammen. Die Eröffnung des nhow Amsterdam RAI ist für das erste Quartal 2020 geplant.

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Trend: Stil und Komfort in Bester Lage NH Graz City eröffnet

Heute öffnet das NH Graz City am Karmeliterplatz 4a/4b seine Türen. Insgesamt 157 Zimmer im modern-urbanen Stil versprechen Geschäftsreisenden wie Wochenendenbesuchern Erholung und Komfort. Das Vier-Sterne-Hotel befindet sich in exponierter Lage in der Altstadt, die zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe zählt. Der Neubau ist das siebte Haus der NH Hotel Group in Österreich und das erste Hotel in der Steiermark.

Wichtige Knotenpunkte, wie die Altstadt , sind von dort gut zu erreichen. Der Hauptbahnhof ist vier Kilometer vom Hotel entfernt und eine halbe Stunde dauert die Fahrt zum Flughafen Graz. Zum gemütlichen Sightseeing laden die Grazer Burg, der Uhrturm oder die Grazer Oper ein. Auch die benachbarte Karl-Franzens-Universität ist einen Besuch wert. Insgesamt sind acht Universitäten in Graz ansässig und die Stadt wird durch das studentische Flair geprägt.

Das NH Graz City bietet als Hotel Garni kulinarischen Genuß gespickt mit regionalen Spezialitäten. Ein großzügiges und reichhaltiges Frühstücksbuffet sorgt für den perfekten Start in den Tag. Zum Angebot gehören auch ein Kinderfrühstück und ein „Early-Bird Breakfast“ für alle, die früh raus müssen. Gäste können sich in der Lobbybar mit Getränken und Snacks entspannen und sich dabei auf den TV-Bildschirmen über die neuesten Sportevents informieren. Das Hotel bietet zudem ein Fitnessstudio mit Zugang zu einer kleinen Dachterrasse.

Weitere Informationen über das neue NH Graz City finden Sie hier:

https://www.nh-hotels.de/hotel/nh-graz-city

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Trend: Sonnengruß und Mantra

Die erholsame Yoga-Auszeit im Gradonna

Energie tanken, barfuß durch Wiesen und Wälder wandern. Und dabei eins werden mit Körper, Geist und Natur. Genau das bekommt man im Gradonna ****s Mountain Resort. Es bietet in Osttirol alles, was das Yoga-Herz begehrt. Das Beste: auch der umliegende Nationalpark Hohe Tauern hält einige besondere Yoga-Kraftplätze bereit.

Mai 2018. Naturliebhaber sind im Gradonna ****s Mountain Resort an der richtigen Adresse. Am Fuße des Großglockners, in einer der schönsten Landschaften Österreichs, soll das Resort nicht nur Bergliebhaber, Wanderer und Biker begeistern sondern auch ruhesuchende Yoga-Fans. Bereits morgens wird zum „Aktiven Erwachen mit Yoga“ geladen, um danach „Schwungvoll in den Tag“ zu starten. Für Anfänger genauso geeignet wie für erfahrene Yogis. Der 3.000 qm große Wellness-Bereich rundet den Yoga-Tag perfekt ab.

Alle Infos und Preise – es gibt ein attraktives Reisepaket zum Gradonna****s Mountain Resort Châlets & Hotel findet man unter: www.gradonna.at

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Trend – nochmal ins Hochzillertal

Die schönste Zeit zum Ende der Wintersaison startet mit glitzerndem Firn und wärmenden Sonnenstrahlen. Aufgrund der sehr guten Schneesituation kann in den Skigebieten Hochzillertal-Kaltenbach, Hochfügen und Spieljoch Sonnenskilaufen vom Feinsten genossen werden — und zwar bis Mitte April! Ambitionierte Skifahrer und vor allem Genuss-Wedler kommen jetzt voll auf ihre Kosten.

Relaxen der Extraklasse mit Panorama-Blick auf die Zillertaler Alpen 

Exklusives Package zum Saisonende 

Vom 24.03 – 07.04. 2018 ist ein spezielles Oster- und Frühlingsskilauf-Package ab 512 Euro pro Person buchbar. Inklusive sind sieben Übernachtungen in der gewählten Kategorie mit Frühstück oder Halbpension, sechs Tage Zillertaler Superskipass (inkl. Gletscher), kostenlose Benutzung der Skibusse sowie zwei Stunden Eintritt in die Erlebnistherme Zillertal.

Die „Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal“ ist bequem und in nur 90 Minuten von München aus per PKW erreichbar. Die Anreise per Bus, Bahn oder Flugzeug ist durch die gute Verkehrsanbindung ins Zillertal ebenso problemlos machbar.

Die Skigebiete Hochzillertal-Kaltenbach und Hochfügen sind bis einschließlich 15.04.2018 in Betrieb. Die Spieljochbahn schließt den Winterbetrieb am 8. April.

Weitere Informationen unter www.best-of-zillertal.at.

Trend: 18 Heimatweine für NH Hotels

Die NH Hotel Group hat für seine Gäste ein kulinarisches Highlight entwickelt: „Heimatwein by NH Hotels“. Insgesamt 18 exklusive Weine in den Sorten Weiß, Rosé und Rot sind seit Anfang Februar 2018 deutschlandweit in den Hotels zu genießen – eigens abgefüllt für die Hotelgruppe.

15 Winzern, zum Teil auch aufstrebende,  aus Baden-Württemberg, Rheinhessen, Rheingau, Franken, Mosel und der Pfalz haben diese edlen Tropfen kreiert. Eine große Rolle spielt dabei der regionale Bezug der Winzer, ihr Heimatbegriff und die Geschichte der Weine. Mit „Heimatwein“ nimmt die NH Hotel Group den Trend zu
Wein aus regionalem Anbau auf und bietet Entspannnung und Genuss für Geschäftsreisende und Städtereisende.

Weitere Informationen unter: https://www.nh-hotels.de/gastronomie/heimatwein

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Be thrilled and do something out of this world

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LONDON, UK (11th April, 2017) – For the very first time, Elite Traveler’s editors have scoured the globe to compile an ultimate list of the world’s very best adventures, including Land Rover Defender road trips across Europe, tiger safaris in India, mountain biking in Oman and hot air balloons in Monaco.

Matthew Robertson, founder of Momentum Adventure, told Elite Traveler: “More and more of us are looking for authenticity in our lives, something that feels unique, authentic and genuine. The beach holiday, no matter how plush, seems ultimately somewhat empty. I see this every day, clients calling, saying ‘I want to do something different. I would love to try something adventurous, but I have no I idea how, where, or what to do.’”

For $21,000, you can visit Nanuku Auberge Resort in Fiji – one of the country’s most luxurious resorts – and become better acquainted with some of the world’s most feared and misunderstood creatures with a shark diving trip.    Baros Maldives, offers  glow-in-the-dark snorkelling with specialised blue flashlights that illuminate the neon yellow, green and red colors of the rare and indigenous underwater inhabitants – some of which only come out at night.

For something truly out of this world, you could head to outer space with Virgin Galactic – an experience only 550 others can claim to have enjoyed. Passengers can secure a seat to space for $250,000.

To see the Top 50 list in full, visit http://www.elitetraveler.com/top-50-adventures

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About Elite Traveler

Elite Traveler Media Group is a leading luxury lifestyle media group targeting Ultra High Net Worth Consumers. Based in New York, Elite Traveler is the only audited private jet publication with worldwide circulation aboard private jets and private jet terminals, giving advertisers unique access to the wealthiest consumers as they travel with friends, family and business associates.

About Elite Traveler Top 50 Adventures 2017: The annual Elite Traveler Top 50 Adventures list compiles the ultimate list of adventures from around the world, selected by our team of editors. Each once-in-a-lifetime trip is gives the best in luxury travel and adrenaline-pumping adventure.

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Hilton serves up first-ever global cookbook

Celebrating 500 hotels, brand unveils collection of  DoubleTree Cookie-inspired recipes from around the world!

MCLEAN, Va. – March 7, 2017 – For those who believe a balanced diet is a cookie in each hand, DoubleTree by Hilton, one of Hilton’s (NYSE: HLT) 14 market-leading brands, has the perfect recipe… make that recipes.

To celebrate serving guests at now 500 hotels worldwide, the upscale brand known for its signature warm DoubleTree Cookie greeting unveils its first-ever cookbook – aptly titled “We Have Cookies: Taste the World of DoubleTree by Hilton.” The digital cookbook is comprised of a collection of recipes reflecting the distinct flavors of the brand’s 500 hotels with 33 recipes spanning 16 countries and five continents. Curated by DoubleTree by Hilton hotel teams, each recipe centers on key ingredients from the top-secret DoubleTree Cookie recipe. The result? Travelers can dream about their future adventures with flavors from around the world within the comfort of their own homes.

“DoubleTree by Hilton makes travel a treat by offering the thoughtful touches and little things that matter most, starting with our signature warm DoubleTree Cookie,” said Dianna Vaughan, senior vice president and global head, DoubleTree by Hilton. “In reaching this significant milestone of 500 hotels worldwide, we knew there was no better way to celebrate than by sharing the ‘little thing’ that resonates the best with our guests around the world – in a fresh, fun new way.”
About DoubleTree by Hilton
DoubleTree by Hilton is a fast-growing, global portfolio of 500 upscale hotels with more than 117,000 rooms in gateway cities, metropolitan areas and vacation destinations across six continents. DoubleTree by Hilton prides itself on paying attention to the little details that have a big impact, from welcoming guests with its beloved warm DoubleTree Cookie to serving the communities around them. DoubleTree by Hilton hotels offer unique, contemporary accommodations and full-service facilities, including restaurants and lounges, room service, health clubs, business centers and meeting and banquet space. Hilton Honors members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels have access to instant benefits, including a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose nearly any combination of Points and money to book a stay, an exclusive member discount that can’t be found anywhere else, free standard Wi-Fi and digital amenities like digital check-in with room selection and Digital Key (selected locations), available exclusively through the industry-leading Hilton Honors app. To make reservations, travelers may visit doubletree.com. Social media users may connect with the brand at facebook.com/doubletreetwitter.com/doubletree and instagram.com/doubletree. Journalists may visit news.doubletree.com.
Cookie lovers will delight in the special edition recipe collection, available at www.wehavecookies.com, where they can view vibrant photos, easy-to-follow recipes, local anecdotes and – of course – intriguing facts about the brand’s world-famous DoubleTree Cookie.

While countless DoubleTree by Hilton hotel teams across the world have created their own special DoubleTree Cookie-infused recipes reflecting local flavors and traditions, We Have Cookies reveals a sampling of some of the most unique regional specialties that delight guests daily.

“From the Tex-Mex-inspired DoubleTree Cookie Taco at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin to the DoubleTree Cookie-crusted lamb rack at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sukhumvit Bangkok, there’s no shortage in creativity in this recipe collection,” adds Vaughan.
A few highlights from the digital recipe collection include:
•       DoubleTree Big Apple Martini from DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York Times Square West in New York
•       Deep Fried DoubleTree Cookie Delight from DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Francisco Airport in California
•       DoubleTree Cookie Bread Pudding from DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta Airport in Georgia
•       DoubleTree Cookie Burger from DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Shenyang in China
•       Durian Cookie Smoothie from DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Xishuangbanna in China
•       DoubleTree Cookie Chocolate Delice from DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dundee in Scotland
About the Warm DoubleTree Cookie
DoubleTree by Hilton has offered the signature warm DoubleTree Cookie at check-in since 1986 and continues to give away more than 75,000 each day. As an initial offering, the DoubleTree Cookie was part of the nightly turn-down service. In 1995, DoubleTree Cookie was transferred to the front desks, illustrating and reiterating the brand’s warm welcome and caring service. While the coveted recipe for the warm DoubleTree Cookie is a secret, fans of the signature sweet treat can order the ready-made DoubleTree Cookie dough, baked DoubleTree Cookies or collectable DoubleTree Cookie tins at www.DoubleTreeCookies.com.

For more information, visit www.wehavecookies.com. For more news on DoubleTree by Hilton, visit news.doubletree.com.

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The Pays des Écrins, a different vision of the mountains

Adventures garanteed!

Puy Saint Vincent culminating at an altitude of 2700 metres and Pelvoux-Vallouise at 2300 metres, are two ski resorts offering some great winter sports.

The first location, Puy Saint Vincent boasts  75 kilometres of slopes ranging between 2700 and 1400 metres,  which include treelined and open areas with a 360° degree view of the most beautiful summits of the Écrins.

25 kilometres of slopes – ranging from 2300 metres to 1200 metres awaits skiiers in Pelvoux-Vallouise, including a downhill run of over 1000 metres in a natural setting,  that can be completed in one go.

The advantage of these two resorts is its vast offer of free skiing tracks . One can experience tracks in a natural, protected environment. The Pays des Écrins is a discreet spot for freeriding. The off-piste areas are accessible from the ski lifts, but at the skier’s own risk, for a 1500 metre drop in altitude.

Skiing instructor  Fabien Rulfo says: “for freeskiing and freeriding, it’s the Col du Bal in Puy Saint Vincent. Accompanied by an instructor, this descent features a significant drop in altitude and exceptional terrain”. Beyond merely teaching skiing, Fabien seeks toshare his appreciation of a spot. Understanding the landscape helps to anticipate and provide a better ski experience. “The idea is to learn a fun and pleasing way to descend a mountain by understanding the terrain to get the most enjoyment out of it and being free to perform the simplest or most complicated figures”.

In his opinion, the advantages of the area are varied. “The Pays des Écrins’ resorts have a multitude of hidden, secret spots both on and off the slopes. Depending on weather conditions, one of them will always be accessible. The larch trees that are abundant up to 2000 metres make it possible to ski in bad weatherconditions and the strong sunshine makes for pleasant skiing throughout the winter season”.

The “Derby de Vallouise” on 25th March 2017: two runs, two domains.

A steep, festive descent is on the agenda! The younger version of the Derby de laMeije will be taking place in the Pays des Écrins for the first time. What makes it special? Participants will need to tackle the slopes of both resorts in the Pays desÉcrins including a 1550 m drop for Puy Saint Vincent and 1100 m drop for the Pelvoux-Vallouise resort. The “Derby de Vallouise” is a race that combines all types of winter sports, with participants aged 16 and over. All the following sports will be represented and organised by category and gender: skiing, telemark skiing, snowboarding, in fancy dress and other means (sledge, mountain bike, cross country skis, rubber rings, etc.)
There will also be a youth category (for under 18s). The goal is to start from the highest point of each resort and reach the lowest point as quickly as possible enjoying a fun atmosphere throughout the day. Registration: Association “MADIJIHU”

Tel. +33 (0)7 83 66 90 11 www.derbydelavallouise.com

Natural ice climbing  – The Pays des Écrins is one of the most spectacular ice climbing sites in Europewith over 300 waterfalls freezing to become ice falls. When winter sets in, the deep valleys are at their best. This is particularly the case for the Fournel and Fressinières valleys.

Winter mountaineering – Most professional mountain guides offer this activity that teaches the alpine progression and safety techniques used during high mountain ascents. The aim is to cover ice and snow routes, combining ice falls and snow ski mountaineering. For all these activities, mountain guides offer individual and group outings.

Why choose the Pays des Écrins?           Two resorts –          Three Nordic areas and high mountains nearby –          Eight typical mountain villages –          Skiing at bargain prices, (6-Day Galaxie pass in Puy Saint Vincent: Adult €165-Child €132, 6-Day pass in Pelvoux-Vallouise: Adult €79.30-Child €61.90)

Special offers at the resorts – “Ski holiday experience, for couples or friends”. From €359/person/week based on two paying. From €320/person/week based on three paying. (7 nights + 6-day pass + 6 days’ hire (Excluding €20 booking fee and optional insurance).

Information/Booking Tel. + 33 (0)4 92 23 58 55. www.puysaintvincent-reservation.com

The Pays des Écrins is an area steeped in history. The first mountaineering ascensions took place in the 19th century. There are signs of industrial historylinked to the silver mines and hydroelectricity. The presence of the Waldensians’in the Fressinières Valley from the 12th century highlight the area’s religious history and architectural history is illustrated with a large array of sundials and vernacular heritage typical of the alpine villages. The valleys, villages, pastures and high mountains bathe in sunshine and are located between the Durance river and the Barre des Écrins (4102 m).

www.paysdesecrins.com

How to get here: By plane, Turin Airport then by shuttle or car. By train, TGV Paris-Milan to Oulx then by shuttle, or the overnight train from Paris to l’Argentièreles Écrins.

* Off-piste skiing should be with mountain specialists, ski instructors or mountain guides and relevant equipment (transceiver, shovel, probe).

Photo courtesy –  Jan Novak/OTI Pays des Ecrins

Winzer Wedelcup zum sechsten Mal

Mit Österreichs Top-Winzern im Kaltenbach-Hochzillertal vom 6. bis 9. April 2017, skifahren, golfen und beste Weine genießen.

Kaltenbach, 27. Januar 2017. Spitzen Weine, exquisite Küche und sportliche Herausforderungen auf der Skipiste sowie auf dem Golfplatz bietet der Winzer Wedelcup im Hochzillertal, der in diesem Jahr bereits zum sechsten Mal stattfindet. Vom 6. bis 9. April 2017 können sportbegeisterte Amateure und Feinschmecker gegen Österreichs angesehenste Winzer bei Skirennen (Parallelslalom und Riesentorlauf) sowie bei einem Golf-Turnier antreten.wedelhu%cc%88tte_sonnendeck_winter

„Ich kenne nichts Vergleichbares mit solch einem Flair. Der Winzer Weldelcup ist die schönste Verbindung von Kulinarik und Sport in einer unvergleichbaren Natur. Vier herrliche Tage, denen ich seit Wochen schon entgegenfiebere“, sagt der Winzer Walter Polz. Initiator und alljährlicher Veranstalter des Winzer Wedelcups ist die Unternehmerin Martha Schultz, die gemeinsam mit ihrem Bruder Heinz die Schultz Gruppe leitet.

Walter Glatzer (Niederösterreich), Jacqueline Klein, Paul Kerschbaum und Josef Gager (Burgenland) sowie die Gebrüder Polz (Steiermark) haben sich neben vielen weiteren renommierten Winzern angesagt. Im Gepäck haben sie eine Kollektion ausgesuchter und vielfach prämierter Weine. Weiß, rot oder rose – Genießer und Sportbegeisterte können die Weine zum Beispiel im höchsten Weinkeller Österreichs, auf der Fünf-Sterne Wedelhütte, verkosten. Verschiedene Arrangements stehen zur Verfügung. Das Sport- und Kulinarische Programm sind ausgesprochen anspruchsvoll und für jeden ist das Richtige dabei. Buchungen und weitere Infos zum 6. Winzer Wedelcup unter: www.winzerwedelcup.at.

Informationen rund um die Schultz Gruppe finden Sie unter www.schultz.at/newsroom.

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Klitschko’s 11 Mirrors among one of the World’s finest Boutique Hotels

 

The winners of the World Boutique Hotel Awards 2016 were announced last week at the glittering Awards ceremony held at the Merchant Taylors’ Hall, London.

Wladimir Klitschko, Owner of 11 Mirrors, World’s Best City Hotel 2016, quoted in his speech Muhammad Ali, saying “Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” Accoring to him, it’s what his staff does best. “To all of the winners congratulations from my side.”

The ceremony brought together an array of boutique hotel owners, travel and lifestyle press and travel industry influencers from all four corners of the world, including representatives from CNN Travel, Elite Traveler, The Telegraph, Spear’s Magazine, Boat International, Time Out, The Financial Times and hoteliers around the world.

This year’s keynote speech was delivered by Tim Dingle, a pre-eminent figure in leadership and motivation training. Other guest presenters and speakers at the event included Brian McCabe, CEO of JDB Fine Hotels & Resorts, Alex Buchanan representing Best Travel Services, Paolo Macchiaroli, founder of My Private Villas, Elisabeth Visoanska, founder of VISOANSKA PARIS and Brian Froelich, Chairman of JDB Fine Hotels & Resorts.

The World Boutique Hotel Awards is the first and only international awards organisation exclusively dedicated to recognising unique excellence among boutique hotels. The Awards, now in its 6th year, honoured the people behind these outstanding properties and have enjoyed being featured in publications such as The New York Times, Daily Mail, Spear’s Magazine and The Sunday Times, following this international event.

The Awards gala dinner also brought together members of The Master Key Society, with guests given a speech by founding member Manolis Vordonis, owner of the Poseidonion Grand Hotel. He and Awards Founder Edward Gabbai shared the concept behind this new collaborative venture, established to create valuable relationships exclusively among the Award Winners by facilitating hotel exchange visits between them.

“Many of the stories here are similar. Many are adventures. Many of them have a love story behind them. But they are all about what we believe to be an extraordinary space for people. Everyone here shares those attributes.’” – Greogor Nassief, Owner of Secret Bay, World’s Best Boutique Hotel 2016.

The 2016 World’s Best Category Winners are listed below.

WORLD’S BEST BOUTIQUE HOTEL

Secret Bay Hotel, Dominica

WORLD’S BEST

World’s Best Beach or Coastal Hotel: El Nido, Pangulasian Island, Philippines

World’s Best City Hotel: 11 Mirrors, Kiev, Ukraine

World’s Best Classic Hotel Hotel: Heritage, Bruges, Belgium

World’s Best Culinary Hotel: Vila Joya, Algarve, Portugal

World’s Most Inspired Design Hotel: Kau Manor, Estonia

World’s Best Honeymoon Hideaway: Punta Tragara, Capri, Italy

World’s Best New Hotel: Hotel Gotham, Manchester, United Kingdom

World’s Best Relaxation Retreat: The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah, Bali, Indonesia

World’s Most Romantic Hotel: Aenaon Villas, Santorini, Greece

World’s Most Sustainable Hotel: Vigilius Mountain Resort, South Tyrol, Italy

World’s Best Wellness Spa: Borgo Egnazia, Puglia, Italy

World’s Best Private Villa: Over Yonder Cay, The Bahamas

 

 

The 2017 Boutique Hotel Awards are now open. To nominate your favourite boutique hotels, find out about participating in the Awards, and read the reviews of all the winners go to:

http://www.boutiquehotelawards.com/
The World Boutique Hotel Awards is the first and only international awards organisation exclusively dedicated to recognising unique excellence among boutique hotels. The Awards, now in its 6th year, honoured the people behind these outstanding properties and have enjoyed being featured in publications such as The New York Times, Daily Mail, Spear’s Magazine and The Sunday Times, following this international event. info@boutiquehotelawards.com    |    +44 (0) 747 903 1099