Hotel Reviews

Lone Star Court Austin

14/06/2017 by .

It was our first visit to Texas and we were arriving in Austin from Houston. We’d found what sounded like the perfect place to stay in the state’s capital: Lone Star Court. Does that sound like the perfect Texas hotel or what?

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Orestone Manor Hotel

Newton Abbot is the nearest mainline station to the sleepy coastal village of Maidencombe south Devon, where the Orestone Manor Hotel lies tucked away in an almost exclusive enclave.

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Vibe Hotel, Rushcutters Bay

t’s night-time when we arrive at the Vibe Hotel, Rushcutters Bay, grateful to sink into a comfortable bed after a long flight to Sydney from the UK. So it’s only when the sun comes up and I bounce out of bed and throw open the curtains, that I see that a beautiful setting we’re in.

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Nira Montana Hotel

Discreetly tucked away in a quiet corner of La Thuile, a delightful village in the foothills of Mont Blanc’s Italian slopes, Nira Montana is the very essence of Alpine luxury.

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Hotel NH Torino Lingotto Congress

In my time, I’ve stayed in many places that have been converted into hotels, including lighthouses, prisons, lunatic asylums, but Hotel NH Torino Lingotto Congress is in a former Fiat car factory.

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Hotel Shangri-La

The lights of the Santa Monica Ferris wheel have come on and It’s quite a spectacle from my perch on the rooftop bar of Hotel Shangri-La seven storey’s up.

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The Petwood Hotel

Set in thirty acres of grounds, the Petwood Hotel is an extravagant display of neo-Tudor/Jacobean half-timbering, complete with splendid oak features.

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