Marina Bay Sands

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

Moscow hotels

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

The famous hotels in Sharjah!

Cartoon is a small city in the United Arab Emirates, near Dubai. Cartoon interesting for tourists with its hotels on the Persian Gulf. Hotels high level of service, with their fenced-in beaches, pools with adjacent bars, most have not only gyms, but whole sports complexes. Almost every hotel free buses in the centre of Dubai. And the prices for accommodation are lower than in Dubai hotels of the same level. From forty to one hundred dollars per day, but cheaper to buy a tour package. In the hotels four stars and above a very wide range of buffet for Breakfast: eggs, sliced sausages and cheese, variety of delicious pastries, juices and a variety of fruits. Apply a lot at once on a plate not worth it, better to go for more. The cost of Breakfast is usually included in the price, to pay for Breakfast in advance it is more profitable immediately for the duration of their stay. And to have a rest in the Emirates, it is recommended not less than ten days. For the price of this holiday is not much more expensive than a week, a day or two out for acclimatization and adaptation to the new time zone and rest after a long flight. After all, will not fly less than three hours. In the Cartoon there is an airport, where buses transport the guests to the hotel. Continue reading

Most unusual hotels of Saint Petersburg
St. Petersburg is one of the most popular tourist cities not only in Russia but throughout the world. Lively avenues, the famous St. Petersburg courtyards, the legendary architectural monuments, drawbridges,…

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The hotel Alexander house hotel Barnaul
The place where we live even a short time, must meet not only our needs but also provide them comfort and convenience. Therefore, the hotels of Barnaul are a large…

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The world's best hotels for a dirty weekend
The so-called "dirty weekends" are now almost on the verge of extinction. One British company released last week review, which States that two thirds of couples in the UK had…

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