Best hotels you have been to in Europe?

Sep 30th, 2002, 04:26 AM
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Chateau deBagnols--outside Lyon
Castle Monscstein-Salzburg
Sep 30th, 2002, 10:36 AM
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ritz- london
george v- paris
four seasons- berlin
gritti- venice
Sep 30th, 2002, 03:56 PM
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When I travel I like to stay in first class hotels that are small. I want to feel like I am in a house NOT a commercial chain. So far, the hotels I can call my favorite are 1- Lancaster Paris (only 50 rooms) is pure luxury 2- Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons in Oxford (27 rooms) 3-Hotel Regency in Florence (33 rooms and close to alal the sites)4- SPlendido hotel in Portofino for the picturesque surroundings.
Oct 7th, 2002, 12:41 PM
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My favorite hotel is the ritz in Paris. I was there for my 31st birthday and it was a nice suprise to come back to my room and find a cake complimentary from the hotel. It made me feel really specialand looked after.
Oct 7th, 2002, 03:32 PM
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I stayed at The Connaught in London in the fall of 2001. I loved it because the ambience was really cosy and discreet. As I guest in one of their 66 rooms I felt like the staff really wanted to take care of me and help me with anything I needed. I will be going to London in the end of may and I will definitely stay there again.
Oct 8th, 2002, 11:30 AM
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the best hotels we stayed are:
brussels - metropole
antwerp - hilton (actually too expensive) or astrid park plaza or villa mozart (the last one is opposite the cathedral and there are a lot of restaurants in the neighborhood
paris - three star in first arrondissement, is the louvre st honore hotel...perfectly located
barcelona - hotel ambassador (with a pool on the roof)...
have a nice holiday...
Oct 8th, 2002, 12:09 PM
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Definitely Hotel Waldhaus in Sils/Engadine - Switzerland.

An old world charm hotel. A five star, but affordable IMO with familiar atmosphere, "Jugendstil" decorated, up on a hill overlooking the valley, surrounded by larch woods, gorgeous views of the lakes, mountains, glaciers and Fex valley. Perfect service and excellent food. I could sit all day round on the balcony and watch the scenery, but there is so much to do ... not to forget their reading room/library. You can still feel the spirit of famous guests like Thomas Mann, Herrmann Hesse, Bruno Walter etc.

Oct 9th, 2002, 05:40 AM
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Favorite Hotels we have used

Hotel Eisenhut in Rothenburg Germany
Marriott Hotel in Munich
Hotel Rex in Rome
Barchetta Excelsior in Como, Italy
Villa La Floridiana in Anagni, Italy a country hotel just outside Rome
Sheraton in Rome
Sol Melia Castilla in Madrid
Bristol in Paris
Grand Hotel Leveque in Paris
Grand Hotel Jeanne d'Arc in Paris
Regent Contades in Starsbourg, France
Les Manior Minimes in Amboise, France
Hotel Prinsenhof in Brugge
Sofitel Hotel in Brussels
Caversham Bridge Holiday Inn in Reading, England
Morgan Hotel, BLoomsbury, London
Marriott Dalmahoy Golf and Country Club just outside of Edinburgh
Kenmare Bay Hotel in Kenmare, Ireland

As you can see a real mix ranging from B&B to 5 star, but these are our favorites. Have used many more of course but we were happiest in these.

Oct 9th, 2002, 07:49 AM
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The best hotels I have stayed in are actually not in europe. They are the raffles hotel in singapore, Oberoi in mumbai and my favorite the maha resort in dubai. As for Europe my favorite are meurice hotel in Paris. It is a luxury hotel that is very understated. I have also loved staying at the Lansborough hotel in London. It's location is great and the service is out of this world. We were even given our own butler that I could have gotten used to.

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