Of ghosts and abandoned hotels – perhaps the most interesting and mysterious of the attractions that are on earth. They still like somebody lives, things are in their places, and at night you can hear the creaking of the gate. Hotels are often part of a whole extinct town. If you see the ad “Sheregesh hotels “, there you will find hotels filled with people. And those buildings, which will be discussed in this article, often stand in silence. Abandoned of When in these places there are people of like a moment come to life and become places distant years, when the hall was still guests, played music and did not cease the bell, administrator. Known for its beauty abandoned hotel in the Cayman Islands is a huge building with a striking, soul appearance, with balconies covered with a green network of moss and sage. The next such location is in the Philippines – here there is complete desolation, and the wind gained expanse between piles and columns.
No less famous Austrian guest house with old furniture, frayed rugs, beds and kitchenware. Keep all the details of one of each pack of cigarettes that someone had left in a hurry, each mug. Continue reading
Who from us though time in life dreamed of being famous? Glory, respect and worldwide acclaim – it all may open before a person any doors. And if popularity was overtaken on the road of life, we don’t think about the fact that the external glitter and tinsel of universal love sometimes is loneliness and oblivion.
But glory still haunt many, and to join it is not so difficult.
Quite possibly, your friend, back from holiday, says with delight that he lived in a hotel room, where he stayed Jim Morrison! And the next time the employee will send you a postcard from overseas, which boast that lives in the room where once whiled away their leisure time by herself Greta Garbo.
Many hotels in the world, once inhabited by famous people – writers, musicians, artists, politicians, exist to this day, despite the fact that some of them go back hundreds of years. And rooms “with the name and history of” all also available to guests. Continue reading
Notel Haven. An unusual hotel in Helsinki
About the Association of Small Luxury Hotels of the world I first heard in Riga. It happened quite accidentally. We walked around the centre and we were attracted by its facade c classic and elegant French balconies and a very modern roof-the attic of one building located on the square in Bergs Bazaar. Directly across from the entrance stood a luxurious chestnut tree. The sign says that it’s “Hotel Bergs”.
We decided to go out of curiosity. We were met by a friendly Concierge and one of them kindly offered us a tour of the hotel.
Outside the building was quite classical architecture of the XIX century, if not to take into account the roof. Inside the hotel was absolutely eclectic interior, which consists of neoclassical elements in the form of fireplaces and stucco, modern, functional furniture and African motifs in the decoration.
Special attention is paid to Concierge long tiered courtyard of concrete and glass with frosted lamps. Continue reading