Winter holiday is almost here in many parts of the world, with ski season just about to kick off. If you are excited about hitting the slopes or the après scene at a snowy destination, it’s time to get your winter holidays booked.
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Imagine checking in by talking to a robot velociraptor. That's excactly the experience you will get as a guest of the Henn-na Hotel. The theory behind this idea is to improve efficiency and productivity while reducing labour costs. If the robots don't malfunction...
The five star Conrad Rangali Resort has won numerous awards, including “Best Hotel In The World” multiple times. Spread across two islands, the resort features seven world class restaurants, including the underwater Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, sixteen feet below sea level, and yes, that bedroom can be booked with room service direct from the restaurant!
The Netherlands has an odd problem on its hands: The country is so safe, it doesn't need all of its prisons anymore. Within the last decade, roughly 25 have closed down or are expected to close in the coming years. With all the empty cells this has opened up a lot of potential space for luxury hotel rooms just like at the Het Arresthuis.
Ashford Castle, which sits on 350 acres on the shores of Lough Corrib in County Mayo, Ireland, is a five-star hotel that treats its guests to sheer opulence. Dating back to 1228, the castle has luxurious rooms with plush beds and almost every activity guests can imagine, from cycling to lessons at Ireland's oldest falconry school.The hotel ranked 4th on our list of the best hotels in Europe and was our top-ranked hotel in Ireland, in addition to being 3rd on Travel + Leisure's ranking of the world's best hotels last year.