Even if you never planned to go to Singapore, you still most likely have heard about the beautiful hotel Marina Bay Sands (Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore), impressive for its unusual architecture and gorgeous huge pool on the roof, thanks to which he was particularly famous for. We visited this Teddy bear Singapore hotel during our trip through Asia and we want to share with you my impressions 😉
Our review about the hotel Marina Bay Sands (Marina Bay Sands)
Frankly, it is difficult to write something about the hotel, which has already been written and rewritten thousands of times anything that can. I will try a little different angle to look at it.
Hotel Marina Bay Sands on the shores of beautiful Bay.
Interesting fact: this place used to splashing of the ocean. To build the now famous hotel, the builders had to import tons of sand and soil. The thought sometimes becomes a little scary, and suddenly everything will go under water?)) But this is nonsense, of course, the hotel stands firmly on its three “legs” 🙂 Continue reading
Le Richemond Geneva, nestled in the heart of the city, was opened in 1875 by the family of Armleder that has made the hotel a real landmark of Geneva. Stayed here Charlie Chaplin, Walt Disney, Louis Armstrong, Marc Chagall, Henry Kissinger, Michael Jackson, Sophia Loren, Elton John and many other celebrities. In 2004 the hotel was acquired by a famous hotel chain The Rocco Forte Collection in 2007, after a complete renovation, Le Richemond Geneva has again opened its doors. The atmosphere and design of the hotel combines exquisite luxury and respectability of last centuries, a stylish modern design and comfort of the XXI century. It offers elegant rooms with wonderful views of lake Geneva, Brunswick gardens, Old town, the Swiss Alps and Mont Blanc. 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