Feel The Paradise


Feel The Paradise


Feel The Paradise


Feel The Paradise


Feel The Paradise


10 Most Expensive Hotel Suites in Europe

10. Hotel d'Angleterre's Royal Suite, Copenhagen

Price: $ 6,000
On 10th place on our list there is this suite which is 260 years old, which carries a large amount of history, collected over the years. A large number of elements in it remained unchanged and looks the same as the first day of the opening ceremony. Huge chandeliers hanging from the ceiling decorated with cherubs, old furniture, including a desk from the Second World War which was used by the German occupiers are just some of the elements of the decor in the room. Local Danish company Bang & Olufsen has made sure that in this suite there is a perfect balance of old and new. This dwelling has its own private balcony, which provides a perfect view of the city. Near the hotel there is a pedestrian zone for shopping, as well as the Royal Theatre.

9. Hotel Bristol's Prince Of Wales suite, Vienna

Price: $ 7,500
This suite is among the largest in the city, and in it we can see influences of the Dutch and Austrian culture. It has a private gym, sauna and Jacuzzi in the master bathroom. The Prince of Wales, for whom the apartment was named, was a frequent visitor of this apartment, together with King Edward VIII. The room has a sophisticated set of Augarten porcelain, Lobmeyr crystal items and other pieces of silverware, so guests can enjoy true luxury environment with the best cuisine offered.

8. Four Seasons's Royal Suite della Gherardesca, Florence

Price: $ 19.300
On the eighth place is the suite covered with frescoes and murals, which actually consists of six rooms. It has its own private gallery that overlooks the private garden, which is filled with wild flowers and evergreen plants. Guests of this apartment can enjoy a private breakfast in their dining room, which offers a soothing view of the garden. Exclusive silk wallpaper and original Capodimonte Maioliche floor tiles are witnesses of Italian history and artistic heritage.

7. St. Regis' Royal Suite, Rome

Price: $ 17,000
This suite is luxurious enough that it members of royal families are often residing in it and they are otherwise regular guests. It has its own private library and a wine cellar in which is situated 100 bottles of exquisite wines, which guests can try out with the assistance of the hotel's sommelier. The ceiling in the dining room is definitely an element that attracts the most attention in this suite, since it represents a Pompeii painted mural. Below it lays the sophisticated dining table for 12 people, made of Carara marble. The living room is decorated with a grand piano, which dates from the 18th century, as well as numerous antiques that belonged to King Louis XVI.

6. The Connaught's Apartment, London

Price: $ 18.800
Suite located in sixth place on our list, is not especially grandiose when compared with the rest of the hotels. Before you could say that it had applied the ideal minimalist style. It has white walls, blue and purple leather and plush furniture that creates a good contrast, in addition to the floral art works. This suite can be extended to the entire sixth floor of the hotel and has a terrace that surrounds it through the whole length. It is decorated by designed plants. Guests can create their own private bar where they will be served by the professional staff of this hotel, which is known for creating best cocktails.

5. Four Seasons' Atik Pasha Suite, Istanbul

Price: $ 29,000
Four Seasons Hotel has turned the Atik Pasha palace on the Bosporus in five-star hotel and gave it a suite that also bears its name. This suite is in fifth place on our list, and it occupies the entire second floor of the palace. There are high ceilings of four meters, which in the living room are adorned with a sophisticated Murano chandelier with blue elements. In other rooms custom furniture and fabrics, as well as the Ottoman art are what draws a lot of attention and creates the desired ambience. Guests can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in their private dining room which offers a view on the European side of the Bosporus. Also in this suite there is a private Turkish bath.

4. Hôtel Majestic Barrière's Majestic Suite, Cannes

Price: $ 27,000
Cannes is the most famous city of the Côte d'Azur, and Majestic Barriere hotel has a private beach. Majestic suite we’re talking about is on the top level of the hotel. More than in its interior, this suite is known for its fantastic views of the La Croisette promenade. Also, this scene is adorned by the blue Mediterranean waters and perfect sunsets. This suite has a spacious terrace, where there is a private swimming pool.

3. Shangri-La's La Suite, Paris

Price: $ 25,000
In addition to the components of Chinese and French decor and furniture in this apartment, a factor that inspires all who visit this suite is the spacious terrace, which you can get to from every room. It gives guests the opportunity to enjoy the panoramic view of Paris and its cultural and historical monuments, especially the Eiffel Tower, which appears to be very close. This suite can also be expanded to occupy the whole 7th floor of the hotel, which makes it a four-room apartment with a perfect view. Eiffel Tower can be seen from every room, even from the marble bathrooms.

2. The Corinthia Hotel's Royal Penthouse, London

Price: $ 28.100
Royal Penthouse hotel has 13 rooms in total, as well as a private wine cellar. It can be characterized as the largest apartment in London. This duplex is connected by a grand spiral staircase, and the whole space theme adorns the palace which was presented handmade wooden furniture, unique pieces and wall panels with mirrors. The roof terrace, which is part of the apartment, gives guests the opportunity to enjoy the splendid view of the city center. Guests can also enjoy a private spa treatment center.

1. Hotel President Wilson's Royal Penthouse Suite, Geneva

Price: $ 85,000
In the first place on our list, is the Royal Penthouse in Geneva which is definitely the most expensive and largest suite in Europe. It has 12 bedrooms and bathrooms. Rooms have refined furniture and Persian carpets, while in the living room of this apartment is located in the biggest TV in the world - Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4 103 with a screen size of 103 inches. Watching movies on this screen is truly enchanting experience. This suite has its own private elevator, security and maximum comfort. Terrace, which occupies an area of ​​1,700 m2 is a place to enjoy the best possible views of Lake Geneva and Alps.

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Ethno village Stanisici: The Way Life Used To Be

Featuring ponds, mills, traditional restaurants and a brook, the Ethno Village Stanisici is made up of old original buildings transported to this place from all over Bosnia.

The village is now divided into two units, one showcasing the secular life and it is built out of wood. It consists of wooden houses - chalets with furniture that belonged to them for centuries. Houses are linked by paved stone paths, and in the center of the village are two lakes. The second unit is of a spiritual character and it features medieval architecture built in stone, which is in fact a set of replicas of historical and religious significance.
A spa area with an outdoor pool, a jacuzzi, a sauna and a fitness area offers relaxation after a day of exploring the village and the area.

Traditional Bosnian specialties and international cuisine are served by waiters dressed in ancient costumes in the restaurants of the Ethno Village.
An on-site museum offers an impression about how life was like in Bosnia more than hundred years ago. Children can have fun on the playground or enjoy train rides around the lake.

Photo: A.Simic, Etno selo Stanisici, OC

Getaway to the North Yorkshire Moors

The perfect family day out awaits you aboard the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Be transported back to an era when magnificent steam engines ruled the railways with services running between Pickering and Whitby along the 24 mile line through the North York Moors National Park.

Address: Pickering Station, Park Street Pickering YO18 7AJ,  Tel: +44 01751 472508

Harry Potter engine
Whitby Station
Whitby is a great family day out, with its ancient abbey, stunning coastline, and deliciously fresh fish and chips. We’d recommend a trip to the Magpie Cafe, described by Rick Stein as ‘the best fish and chip shop in Britain’

Harry Potter train
Grosmont Station
Is the terminus for NYMR and houses our locomotive sheds, tearoom and two shops with many interesting items available. The station has been restored to the British Railways’ style of the 1960s.

Harry Potter train
Goathland Station
Famous as Aidensfield and Hogsmeade, has a refurbished Warehouse Tea Room with authentic furniture and artefacts. Restored coal drops and a cattle dock.

Harry Potter train
Levisham Station Is set in the scenic Newton Dale. This is an ideal stop for walking or relaxing in the peaceful surroundings. Visit our Artist in Residence Chris Ware at his open studio. Refreshments at the Weighbridge tea hut (open weekends and bank holidays).

Pickering Station
Was restored to its 1937 condition with help from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Original features and fittings have been installed in the Booking and Parcels (Customer Services) Offices,Tea Room, and the shop which provides a wide range of gifts, books and videos.

NYMR 40th Anniversary Festival
Wed 1 May 2013, 09:00 to 19:00 
A day celebrating the North Yorkshire Moors Railway's illustrious 40 years since the official Royal opening by the Duchess of Kent in 1973.


 Things to do in North York Moors National Park 

Magpie Cafe
The Magpie flaunts its reputation for serving the 'World's Best Fish and Chips'. Damn fine they are too, but the world and his dog knows about it, and summertime queues can stretch along the street. Fish and chips from the takeaway counter cost £5; the sit-down restaurant is dearer, but offers a wide range of seafood dishes, from grilled sea bass to paella. 

Captain Cook Memorial museum
This fascinating museum occupies the house of the ship owner with whom Cook began his seafaring career. Highlights include the attic where Cook lodged as a young apprentice, Cook's own maps and letters, etchings from the South Seas and a wonderful model of the Endeavour, with all the crew and stores laid out for inspection.

Dracula Trail
The famous story of Dracula, inspiration for a thousand lurid movies, was written by Bram Stoker while staying at a B&B in Whitby in 1897. Although most Hollywood versions of the tale concentrate on deepest, darkest Transylvania, much of the original book was set in Whitby, and many sites can still be seen today.

Whitby abbey

Whitby abbey

St.Mary's church

York minister

York minister

York minister

Photo: Jim McLean, OC
Source: nymr.co.uk

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Spanning 101 hectares, this award-winning horticultural attraction houses over 250 thousand rare plants and is just a five-minute walk from the city. The Gardens comprises three spaces—Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. From the waterfront promenade, enjoy an amazing view of the Marina Bay financial district skyline. The grounds are perfect for an evening stroll and a picnic with loved ones.

Bay South―the largest waterfront garden―is where you’ll find the impressive Supertrees. These 16-storey-tall vertical gardens collect rainwater, generate solar power and act as venting ducts for the park’s conservatories. A suspended 128-metre-long walkway between two Supertrees, the OCBC Skyway, is perfect for walks at any hour, offering a bird’s eye view of the Gardens and the Marina Bay urban area.

At Bay East, there’re pretty pavilions, lush lawns, tropical palm trees and natural blossoms, ideal for an evening stroll or a picnic with family and friends. Along its two-kilometre waterfront promenade, you can get an amazing view of the skyline.

After the sun sets, don’t miss the sky show of dazzling lights and sounds in the OCBC Garden Rhapsody, which takes place nightly amidst the Supertrees. It’ll make a wonderful ending to a day out in the Gardens.

Photo: Aleksandra P. Singapore, OC
Source: gardensbythebay.com