Newsletter of Mid-October

Epoque Hotels has launched their newsletter of mid-October. We have a lot of different promotions for our represented hotels in Paris, which is the city of the month. And we offer also a lot of different promotions in other top destinations! To see our newsletter, click here. Have a look and maybe you will find your deal!
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London: The Rooftop Gardens

Where can you find the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye? Indeed the answer is London. If you are going to this amazing city you would like to do this in style. We recommend visiting the area “Notting Hill” during the day, this is where the movie with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant is been made. A lot of famous / rich people are living in this neighborhood, which is a chic area of West-London. If you like antique, design fashion and retro shops you would love it here. In the evenings we would recommend you to go to The Roof Gardens. “Located one hundred feet above Kensington...
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Rugby Lunches at Bingham

The autumn season is known as the rugby season, because the rugby internationals will start. Those who are heading to Twickenham, might be delighted to visit the Bingham, a stylish restaurant, bar and hotel on the banks of the Thames in Richmond. The hotel is introducing a special pre-game lunch menu at its 3 AA rosette restaurant. The Bingham is overlooking the river Thames in Richmond and it is a short walk from Twickenham stadium. The rugby lunch is priced at £48 per person and is served from 12am. The Bingham has recently been shortlisted for the ‘Best Gastronomic experience’ and ‘Best...
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Villa Auersperg – Everything remains different!

How an old villa was turned into a new villa but with a wonderful turn of the century flair? The town villa in the Auersperg street dates back to the era of the master builder Ceccona dynasty and has been in family possession since the 19th century. The Auersperg Hotel, a charming town hotel with a natural garden and is diligently run by Bettina Wiesinger. The main building is distinguished by its special atmosphere, style and caring attention to detail. Total of 23 rooms, have been revitalized by the interior designer – Sandra Aigner, from the Petite Double with 12qm to the Suites...
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Time to Put an End to “Carbon Copy Cities”: Jean Nouvel’s Approach to Architecture

Celebrated French architect Jean Nouvel keeps arguing against generalist architecture. In October 2009, Nouvel has presented one of his latest works, the Pavilion B at Genoa’s Nautical Tradeshow. With a remarkable lesson on aesthetics, Nouvel, who holds the Pritzker Architecture Prize 2008, has accounted for the essence of his accomplishment: his goal was to lay the edifice within the urban and social texture of the city of Genoa. Indeed, from the vantage point of the water, the construction is I harmony with the sea and the moored boats. A similar impression can be felt by other of Nouvel’s...
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