Nestled just 20 minutes outside the city, there is no place better if you are looking for some tranquility outside the hustle and bustle of Marrakech than Les Cinq Djellabas . This small boutique hotel consisting of ten “bungalows” is a perfect oasis of calm, relaxation and luxury. If you are looking for a slice of heaven and an unforgettable holiday, here you will get one.
So, here is to wishing I was back in Marrakech at the charming La Sultana, sipping sweet Moroccan mint tea while watching the birds fly. It’s the Red city’s well kept secret and I feel so lucky that I’ve had the chance to discover it.
The real charm of London’s Covent Garden is the stylish One Aldwych Hotel and today I’m taking you into a virtual trip through it. The beauty of this hotel first and foremost is the location, as London’s top attractions are all short walks away. The former newspaper office building is the second thing that strikes you, with its distinctive curved corners, a coppered cupola dome and original decorative elements.
Where should I even begin with this beautiful place. One month later but still with the strong memory of the beautiful scent that hits you as you step into the lobby, I’m happy to present you the chicest place you could possibly imagine for your stay in Paris – Le Roch Hotel.
Time to jump back to my time spent in Munich and to present you the two exceptional design hotels that I’ve got the chance to discover. I always say that the place you are staying in when you are travelling sets the whole disposition of your entire trip and by the look at the photos I hope you can say that even constant rain in Munich couldn’t ruin it.
So it’s time to share our home away from home in Venice…JW Mariott was definitely a special one. As much as I loved Venice for the most beautiful light, impressive architecture and the water that takes your breath away, I have to admit the city is way too crowded. It is quite hard to fully enjoy the beauty of the city when you have to squeeze through dozens of tourists in order to get that perfect shot. But knowing that at the end of the day you are taken by the a boat charter to the private island of JW Marriott(Isola delle Rose – only a 15-minute boat ride from San Marco square) away from all the crowds and noise turns the whole experience of Venice to a totally different angle.
Where do I even start?! Some of you probably know that a month ago we departed together with one of the world’s most prestigious hospitality schools – Glion Institute, into a luxury voyage that took us to the most iconic places in Switzerland and Italy. This was probably one of the most intense and memorable trip we ever had and I’m glad I finally found the time to go through the thousands of photos we took and share them with you.