Top 10 Historic Hotels
Tuesday 23, March 2010
The hotel price comparison www.trivago.co.uk has put together a list of ten historic international hotels and the famous individuals they have received.
What makes a holiday special or a hotel stay unique? Trying out new cuisines and enjoying a break from the daily routine is part of it, but something more is required to transform a normal holiday into a truly unforgettable experience. Culture and history are the missing elements – they breathe life into a trip and stir the appetite for further knowledge. For this reason, www.trivago.co.uk has identified ten of the best rated historic hotels in Europe and the United States. From Washington and London to Krakow and Seville, these hotels will pamper their guests with first class service and a historical charm.
Here is the list of historic hotels in Europe and the United States, ranked according to ratings given by travelers:
1. Palace Beau Rivage, Lausanne, Switzerland
2. Hotel Copernicus, Krakow, Poland
3. Las Casas De La Juderia, Seville, Spain
4. The Willard, Washington, USA
5. Reid's Palace, Funchal, Portugal
6. Steigenberger Grandhotel Petersberg, Bonn, Germany
7. Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium
8. Grand Hotel Rimini, Rimini, Italy
9. The Cadogan, London, United Kingdom
10. Grand Hotel de Cabourg, Cabourg, France
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