From rock’n’roll riots to criminal proceedings
Probably be leading this list should be the hotel “Watergate” in Washington, according to the analytical center ” Indicators of real estate market “. But it is currently closed for repairs, apparently, so was deliberately not included in the list.
1. The Hotel Adlon Kempinski, Berlin, Germany. Average price per night: $313-692
Hotel Adlon Kempinski enjoys a prestigious location in Central Berlin, near the famous Brandenburg gate. The hotel has acquired a scandalous notoriety in November 2003 when pop legend Michael Jackson brandished one of his children from the balcony on the eyes at the bottom of the screaming crowd. The hotel still attracts many celebrities, politicians and even royalty (the Queen stayed here in the UK and the Prince of Wales.) “One of the best hotels we have visited,” said one expert TripAdvisor. Continue reading
The concept of “hotel as a place to pass the night” are long gone: more and more hotels in themselves are attractions. Unusual hotels, which is to talk, a lot. In our review we present 3 nominations.
1. The most unusual material. Never know what they are doing of. You will be surprised.
2. The most unusual location or appearance. Owners of hotels are ready to go to any lengths to attract attention and be remembered.
The most unusual material.
5. Straw hotel.
Kumbuk River Hotel, Buttala, Sri Lanka
The hotel is located on 16 acres of wilderness along the river OYA Kumbukkan, where visitors can sleep in the belly of a giant elephant. Environmental two-storey hut built from grass and twigs, and on windy days the hotel starts to wiggle. Continue reading
Moscow hotels – not the most expensive in Europe
Consultancy PriceWaterhouseCoopers released an analysis of the development of the hotel sector in Europe and gave a forecast of its development
One of the most well-known consulting agencies in the world by PriceWaterhouseCoopers based on a study of 19 major tourism cities in Europe published the analysis of the development of the hotel sector on the continent in 2012, and gave the forecast for the development of the hotel industry in 2013.
As reported by the capital’s Committee on tourism and hotel industry, Moscow this study was not the city with the most expensive hotels, but its performance in ADR (yield per room) and RevPAR (average revenue per room sold) grew steadily in 2012 and are not going, according to analysts, to stop growth in 2013.
PWC survey based on analysis of the “health” of 19 major tourism cities in Europe, with 650 thousand hotel rooms and over 85 million international arrivals in key tourist areas of the Old world. Continue reading