In a Nutshell

Boutique Hotels in a Nutshell

The Guestrooms

Often each guestroom in a Boutique Hotel is different from the others, by colour, setting, view and furniture. Antique or avant-garde furniture, drapes, old paintings or plasma TV, the stress is always on comfort and style.guestroom

The Bathrooms

Quirky Georgian-style or large high-tech with Jacuzzi, the bathroom is an essential sanctuary in which to relax and rejuvenate.

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The Lobby

Smaller and more homey than those in hotel chains, lobbies in Boutique Hotels are often dimly lit, filled with artworks, a fireplace, comfortable ethnic or design furniture, all stimulating convivial and relaxing moments.

The Service

Great attention is laid to the service. Owing to a smaller number of guestrooms to attend, it is easier for the hotelier in a Boutique Hotel to supply to the needs of each guest with a personalized approach.

The Food and Drinks

Some Boutique Hotels offer a very special opportunity to taste the gastronomic idiosyncrasies of internationally acclaimed chefs and a superb choice of fine wines and liquors.beach

Locations

There is no definite location for a Boutique Hotel. It could be in a crowded city, in the peaceful countryside, close to a dreamy sandy beach or even on a glacier!