Hotel Reviews

Royal Beach Eilat

09/05/2017 by .

The Royal Beach Eilat may not be the only five-star hotel gracing the Red Sea resort’s broad and beautiful promenade, but it is certainly the most sophisticated.

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The Andersen Boutique Hotel

It could be the bright, funky decor of the Andersen Boutique Hotel that keeps it permanently full – or perhaps it’s that rare commodity in Copenhagen, free wine.

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Grant Arms Hotel

One ‘word’ admirably sums up the Grant Arms Hotel in Grantown-on-Spey – WYSIWYG: What you see is what you get. There are no pretensions here, just the welcoming and quiet efficiency of a mainstream 3-star Gold hotel and restaurant.

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Cringletie House Hotel

Cringletie House Hotel is about time out, a little self-indulgence in a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere without the weight of impersonalised ritual that is a feature of so many hotels and restaurants.

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Silky Oaks Lodge

A member of Luxury Lodges of Australia, Silky Oaks Lodge is an eco lodge and spa that promises ‘tranquility in the rainforest’ – and it delivers.

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Hampton by Hilton Luton Airport

While still embracing the value concept, Hilton has shown with its Hampton at Luton that neither style nor comfort needs to be sacrificed.

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