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Boutique Hotels in Barcelona, Spain

One of the most influential cities in Europe, Barcelona is a magical place that can be considered a paradise on Earth. Sunny beaches, amazing buildings dating as far back to the Roman settlement, numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites and an abundance of nightlife locations make Barcelona one of the most visited cities in the world. Walking along the streets in Barcelona opens up the possibilities to discover many feelings that can only be felt in Barcelona. From the rich Catalan culture seen at the football matches of F.C. Barcelona, to the exotic tastes of the fresh and delicious Catalan cuisine,...
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Let’s Come Together and Celebrate the Last Queensday on the 30th of April in Amsterdam!

Our Queensday will be Kingsday! On the 30th of April, we will celebrate our new King! During daytime Hotel Vondel, Hotel JLNo76 and Hotel Roemer will be serving all kinds of orange foodies and drinks. You can also watch the crowning live on our flatscreens the whole day and enjoy many events, markets and festivities in the city! Celebrate and experience this once in a lifetime event and book a room while you can! 2013 is a special year for Amsterdam. In celebration of several incredible milestones such as the abdication of Queen Beatrix, opening of the renovated Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh...
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Mother’s Day Special at the Las Alamandas Hotel in Costalegre, Mexico

The Las Alamandas, a member of Epoque Hotels, is a luxury boutique hotel and Mexico’s most private resort. It is an ultra-exclusive, super-private, and meticulously maintained beachfront resort. The Las Alamandas resort is located halfway between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo, along the state of Jalisco’s famous “Costalegre” coast. The Las Alamandas boutique hotel besides its 16 suites scattered among seven villas, also features a restaurant, a rooftop lounge bar and a swimming pool. TREAT MOM TO PARADISE! ENJOY MILES OF PRIVATE BEACH, SPECTACULAR SUNSET AND STARRY...
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Casa Gaitan Cortes Boutique Hotel in Bogota Joins Epoque Hotels

With various Spanish colonial sites in every corner, forever temperate weather, and matchless hospitality, it is no wonder all Colombian natives can recount nostalgic chronicles of their beloved country. Colombia, once fabled to be the city imbued with gold streets—El Dorado, or a verdant city of emeralds, attests some truth to the myths with its natural wonders: lush rainforests and misty snowcapped mountain ranges. The city of Bogota has a huge variety of tourist places, with an interesting mixture of colonial buildings and skyscrapers. Points of interest in the city include: La Candelaria...
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Easter Time in Barcelona, Grand Hotel Central Recommends

Here you have the 10 must do things to experience Easter time as a local in Barcelona: 1. Gastronomy. At the beginning of the lent the “Coca de Llardons”, when in there the “bunyols” and, at its end at Easter time, the “monas de Pasqua”. This is really the queen of these dates. Try them at Canal, Bubo, Oriol Balaguer y La Colmena. www.canal.es, www.bubo.es, www.oriolbalaguer.com y La Colmena, Plaça de l´Àngel, 12. 2. Processions. Barcelona is not Seville but it also has its own traditional religious processions. The most well know is in the evening of the Holy Friday (the 29th...
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