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
The shooting of the episodes from the latest released films about James bond “007: Coordinates “Skyfall” was held in Japan, Turkey, Shanghai and Scotland, but most of them – in the British capital. In London five-star Four Seasons hotel London at Canary Wharf with a 20-metre pool enclosed terrace upstairs. This is a great place to gather my thoughts, admire the sunset by the Thames, as did regular practicing resurrection 007.
The world of high fashion is unthinkable without expensive decorations, which, as a rule, are the interiors of the hotels. Editors and reviewers of magazines are living literally “on suitcases”, trying to get from one of the world fashion Week to another. It is not surprising therefore that the film “the Devil wears Prada”, despite the overall comedic tone of the picture, is a real ENCYCLOPAEDIA of hotels in which to stay the owners refined taste. The characters can be observed in the interiors of new York at St. Regis . as well as the Paris Hotel Scribe Paris managed by Sofitel Plaza Athénée . 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