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Published On: Wed, Sep 27th, 2017

Top 4 Luxury Hotels to Look for When Booking a Europe Tour

The European continent comprises of 50 countries. These countries are blessed with diverse flora and fauna specific to the region. France, a European country is the most visited country in the world and is known the world over for its delectable cuisine and rich cultural heritage. Countries such as Denmark, Sweden and  Norway are blessed with some of the most beautiful treks in the world that overlook majestic ice capped peaks, beautiful rivers and mystic caves.

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If you are planning an East Europe tour from Mumbai or any other city, consider buying a East Europe package to avoid the hassles of booking tickets and looking for hotels. Europe has a number of luxurious and splendid hotels that welcome million of travelers every year. To help you plan your Europe trip better and find a home away from home during your tour, the post lists some luxury hotels to look for when visiting the continent. Read on.

  1. The Magical Mandarin Oriental, France

Located on the upscale Rue Saint-Honore, a street in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, Mandarin Oriental is the best place to stay if you want to have a 360 degree view of the city. For a one-of- a kind experience, book the Garden Table, a round table located at Camelia Restaurant on the ground floor. To reinvigorate and recharge your senses, opt for a spa treatment in a private room.

  1. The Majestic Dolder Grand, Switzerland

Located in the beautiful city of Zurich, the Dolder Grand has something for every traveler. The hotel has an ancient art gallery that is home to masterpieces by Salvador Dali, Takashi Murakami, and Andy Warhol. If your idea of spending a relaxed, laid back day is opting for a refreshing spa treatment, Dolder Grand is the place to be. The hotel has a 43,000 square foot spa that offers a majestic view of the Alps. If you are a food aficionado, order an eight-course tasting menu prepared by celebrated chef Heiko Nieder.

  1. The Splendid Hotel Il Pellicano, Italy

The iconic Hotel Il Pellicano in Tuscany has been welcoming guests for more than five decades now. Once you check-in you will be wowed by different internal design elements such as yellow stripes on the outdoor bar and gold sunbursts above the headboards. After spending a day exploring the city, head straight to the swimming pool that overlooks the majestic Mediterranean Sea and has crystal clear water for a refreshing dip.

  1. The Awe-inspiring Ballyfin, Co. Laois, Ireland

If the idea of spending a vacation in a country house excites you , the Ballyfin Co. Laois should top your list of accommodation choices. The 20 room Georgian Home has gilded mirrors and four poster canopy beds. Head to the private gardens sprawling over an area of 614 acres for a relaxed walk or go horseback riding.

Sum up

These are some luxurious hotels in Europe. Some other hotels worth your consideration are: Hotel Santa Caterina, Amalfi, Italy, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, France and Four Seasons Gresham Palace, Budapest, Hungary.

Author: Ariana Smith

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  1. Crystal Reed says:

    Hi, this blog provides good information for tourists who want to travel in Europe. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Jenny Smith says:

    nice blog you have shared with us thank you for sharing this and keep sharing.

  3. Laura Smith says:

    Thank’s for sharing such great lists of hotels, your article had just save my time. Thanks a ton

  4. andrews michel says:

    Thank you for sharing such information always helpful for tourist in Europe

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