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Hotel SP34 - Copenhagen, Denmark

Nestled in the old Latin Quarter of Copenhagen, Hotel SP34 stands out for its minimalist Nordic design, smart features and cool, contemporary vibe. From the elegant rooms and suites to the luxury penthouse right underneath the roof, all units are decorated in soothing grays with custom designed Rubn lamps, warm wood and leather accents. Inspired by Spain’s amazing culinary scene, the hotel’s classy Bar Moritz serves up a selection of Danish and Mediterranean tapa-style dishes.

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Atzaro - Ibiza, Spain

Designed in a striking mix of Mediterranean and Asian styles, Atzaro is one of Ibiza’s best agrotourism hotels. Set in a fragrant orange farm in the heart of the island, the property is surrounded by exquisite gardens and beautifully appointed relaxation areas, inviting guests to unwind and soak up the gorgeous natural surroundings. Inside, the exquisite, individually furnished rooms combine Asian design aesthetics with stunning artworks and artifacts from across the world, but without losing their genuine Ibizencan flavor. The hotel prides itself with a fabulous spa, and a vibrant and sophisticated eating & drinking scene.

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Angels & Stars Suites and Spa - Santorini, Greece

Overlooking the flickering Aegean Sea from its privileged elevated location in Imerovigli, Santorini, Angels & Stars Suites and Spa is a decadent concoction of exquisitely-designed suites, pools, soothing spa services and world-class cuisine. Featuring a striking combination of Cycladic architecture and stylish, contemporary design, all white-washed cave-style accommodation units come with luxurious bedding, state-of-the-art technology and majestic views. For the ultimate sense of indulgence, upgraded suites boast private infinity pools or outdoor Jacuzzis.

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Belmond Hotel Cipriani - Venice, Italy

A 15th century palazzo on the romantic Venetian island of Giudecca, Belmond Hotel Cipriani has all the elegance of yesteryear coupled with today’s sophisticated luxury. From the secluded location, royal surrounding gardens and magnificent lagoon views to the opulent interiors finished in marble, Murano glass and silk brocade furnishings - everything is grand scale. The lavish property is completed with a heated Olympic-size saltwater swimming-pool, two exquisite Italian restaurants, a tennis court and a modern fitness facility. It also has its own private boat that takes guests to visit the Venetian Lagoon’s beautiful islands.

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Hotels Owned By Celebrities

From world-famous actors and singers to magnates, fashion designers and professional sportsmen, more and more of today’s celebrities decide to become hoteliers, and for good reason. They travel the world far and wide, stay in countless hotel rooms and eat in thousands of restaurants. Accordingly, they know quite well what guests are looking for in travel accommodation and services.

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Villa Sassolini - Tuscany, Italy

An enchanting Tuscan retreat overlooking the rolling hills of Chianti, Villa Sassolini welcomes its guests in an atmosphere of elegance and refinement, where history and period charm meet modern conveniences. Surrounded by romantic, manicured gardens and a glistening swimming pool, the property is ideal for sophisticated and relaxing getaways. Exquisite Tuscan specialties and wines are served in the garden, and luxury accommodation is offered in 10 individually designed suites furnished with classy contemporary furnishings and discreet antiques. Some of the units still retain their original fresco-painted ceilings, while others boast plush four-poster beds and lavish, oversized bathtubs to soak in after a long day of sightseeing.

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Ham Yard Hotel - London, England

A one-of-a-kind development in the middle of bustling and fashionable Soho, Ham Yard Hotel consists of 91 individually decorated accommodation units, a 188-seat theater, a lively bar and restaurant, and a charming courtyard lined up with specialty shops. Designed by Kit Kemp, each room, suite and apartment in this “urban village” has its own style and character, featuring an inspiring mix of colors, fabrics and art. The style is British, but with a fresh, quirky twist. Additional features include a gorgeous rooftop garden, a 1950s Texan bowling alley, a stylish restaurant, spa and a modern gym.

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