Hotel Reviews

Oasia Hotel

16/07/2018 by .

When you’re visiting Aarhus, Denmark’s second city, you probably want to stay in a hotel that is pure Scandi-style: not a characterless chain peddling identical rooms from Abuja to Zagreb. Clearly, for the 65 room Oasia, “Less is more” is the design mantra.

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Madikwe Hills Lodge

The reason to select Madikwe Hills Lodge, part of the Seasons in Africa collection of lodges, is for the spaciousness of the suites, 150 square meters of bush-inspired luxury with own plunge pools and private decks that look out over the river and plains beyond.

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New Hall Hotel

Stepping out of the 21st Century, for a stay at New Hall Hotel, you expect to see Henry Vlll stomping across the drawbridge powering towards a substantial lunch in the wood-panelled-mullion-windowed Great Chamber.

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Crathorne Hall Hotel

Though it’s towering gates were patriotically donated to the 1940s war effort and never replaced – the discovery that you can’t manufacture bombers from iron came after melt-down – Crathorne Hall Hotel’s facade framed by two bell towers, still has a stately grandeur.

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Vintage House Hotel

Vintage House Hotel, a beautiful, Quinta-style mansion was once the country retreat of the Croft family. Sitting there, on a bend of the legendary Douro river surrounded by those terraced hillsides, I swear to myself there may be no finer place on Earth.

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Hotel Infante Sagres

City centre hotels tend to come in two varieties; either bland international brands or faded dames from times gone by reinvigorated into trendy boutique properties. Fortunately, Hotel Infante Sagres in Porto’s centre is the latter. Not just reinvigorated but positively reincarnated into something even better than it was in its heyday.

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