Jul 22nd, 2010 |
Fuenso, the mother group of Hospes, transforms daily activities like sleeping, resting, eating and walking into unforgettable experiences for its guests. This time, Fuenso presents a culinary event with caviar as its leitmotif along with one of the most valued species in the world, the Riofrio reserves of Iberian sturgeon.
Fuenso celebrated the first edition of “The luxury of Granada, caviar” in 2009 at the Hospes Palacio de los Patos, creating a unique event and defining it as a clear commitment to authentic, genuine and healthy products. An unforgettable experience during which guests can...
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May 20th, 2010 |
ABode, the four star boutique hotel group member of Epoque Hotels opens its doors to Chester this Spring 2010 with a new site offering a selection of luxury rooms and suites along with choice of fine food venues, created by Michelin-starred chef, Michael Caines.
The 85 room hotel, conveniently situated adjacent to Chester’s popular ‘Roodee’ racecourse offers a stylish and contemporary base for visitors to explore the city’s unique mix of Roman ruins, Gothic grandeur of Chester Cathedral as well as fabulous boutiques nested amongst The Rows, the historic two-tier shopping galleries. Located...
May 11th, 2010 |
LUXURY YOGA WEEKEND
26th & 27th June 2010
(2 nights / 2 days)
Kahanda Kanda, Sri Lanka’s most exclusive boutique hotel is offering yet another of its’ fantastic luxury weekend yoga retreats. Set on a working tea estate just 30 minutes from the centre of Galle, KK is the perfect place for a weekend of health, peace & general well being.
Yoga classes will be conducted by one of our favourite yogis, Australian Sam Whybrow. Sam teaches a Vinyasa flow style practice, an energetic form of yoga that emphasizes linking movement and breath, with a dance-like fluidity that connects the asanas.
May 6th, 2010 |
Courtesy of Bentley Hotel Istanbul, here are some encouraging details about walking through the Pera (Beyoglu) & Galata districts of Istanbul. Galata was, on the north shore of the Golden Horn, a semi-independent colony of the Genoese, an Italian marine-state. In the early centuries under the Ottoman rule, the district became densely populated as the European quarter. Here the foreign merchants had their houses and their shops and here the ambassadors of the European powers built sumptuous embassies. As the time went on the confines of Galata became too narrow and crowded and the embassies...
May 4th, 2010 |
The Duke Ellington Orchestra in Prague
For two days in April 2010 the Boutique Hotel Ventana, a member of Epoque Hotels, became a temporary home to the famous Duke Ellington Orchestra.
The members of the band visited the memorable Golden City during their European tour. After an unexpected way by bus from Tallinn, Estonia, which was caused by the most famous European volcano Eyjafjallajökull, were all musicians literally amazed by the warm and friendly atmosphere of this luxurious boutique hotel situated in the heart of Prague´s historical center on the Old Town Square.
The appearance of the...