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Hotel Marignan Champs-Elysées

Located in the heart of the Golden Triangle, in the 8th district, between Avenue Montaigne, Champs-Elysées and Avenue George V, the Hotel Marignan is a true masterpiece of the contemporary style. The history of Marignan dates back to the XVIII century when it was a private residence, it was also used as embassy once, until in 1920, […]

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Hotel de Vêndome

The Place Vendôme is one of the most beautiful and luxurious places in Paris, one of the French jewelry’s temples, of haute couture, art galleries and hotels, and one of my favorite places, where we already had one of the best hotel experiences (see). Being so close to the Opera and the Louvre, stores, luxury hotels and […]

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Le Bristol Paris

Located in the famous Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Le Bristol Paris is an iconic Parisian Palace working as hotel for almost a century. Imposing enough, it’s one of the most famous hotels in the city, the first to be awarded with the distinction of Palace Hotel, in 2011. It belongs to Oetker Collection, since 1978, a unique company […]

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Chryseia 2014 and the creativity of Hans Neuner

On the past July the 6th, at Ocean (** Michelin), the restaurant of Vila Vita Park Hotel, Prats & Symington – a joint venture between the Symington family and the famous producer of Bordeaux, Bruno Prats – presented, for the 13th time, its classic Chryseia, one of the most prestigious names of Douro, born in 2000 […]

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Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur

Coming from the purity, spirituality and serenity of Bali, we arrive to the frantic Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and nothing like a hotel with the Hyatt seal to enjoy a short stay in the city. Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur is located right in the “centre of action” of the city, from our window we saw the imposing Petronas Twin […]

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Peppers Seminyak

Located in Seminyak, near the famous area of Kuta, and with some of the most wanted beaches, bars and restaurants in Bali, there’s a true refuge, Peppers Seminyak. Hidden between exuberant gardens that contrast with a complete serenity, Peppers (Australian hospitality group) is an authentic world, combining luxury and relaxation. The region of Seminyak didn’t steal my heart (for reasons […]

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Tivoli Palácio de Seteais

There are places in the world that completely overwhelm us, in an inexplicable way, transporting us through time like it stopped, and with a single glimpse making us dream without borders or limits, even knowing they’re unachievable (or so we think!)! And this is the most accurate descritption I can give you of the moment […]

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The Fullerton Hotel

The iconic building of The Fullerton Hotel*  After the most contemporary and modern side of Singapore, we decided to go into a more classical experience, not forgetting luxury, obviously. We then left to a short, but memorable, stay at The Fullerton Hotel. Its strategic location next to the start of the river occupies the space […]

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The South Beach

The recent The South Beach Hotel in Singapore is, basically, the perfect combination of luxury and design by the magical hand of Phillipe Starck. Located in one of the most famous streets of the city, the Beach Road, the hotel is part of the impressive South Beach Development, a complex, which has offices, stores, restaurants […]

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Visiting Budapest in 3 Days – Day 2

Saint Stephen’s Cathedral 2nd DAY – Lipótvaros Today we decided to stay in Pest and divide our time by three of the most important places of the city, the magical Svent István Bazilika (Saint Stephen’s Cathedral), the ostensible Magyar Állami Operahaz (Opera) and the imposing Országház (Parliament). Therefore, and after a movie like breakfast (or maybe of a Brazilian telenovela…), […]

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