Europe’s classic cities are home to some of the best hotels in the world, so why not end your days of sightseeing by kicking back in style? It’s time to splash out...
Art Deco Imperial Hotel, Prague
With a grand history spanning back over a century, Prague’s Art Deco Imperial Hotel has become a legend on the city’s majestic map. Its charming chocolate box exterior and opulent interior are nothing short of magnificent, while period architectural detailing brings true authentic luxury. Effortlessly exuding elegance from its reception and restrooms to bar and bedrooms, this divine hotel is dressed head to toe in jewel-toned velvets and sumptuous satins, creating a space that’s fit for royalty.
An artistic masterpiece, prepare to be dazzled by one of the finest hotels in the land. As the home of the ‘world’s most beautiful café’ and boasting a breathtaking grand façade, Boscolo Budapest is now an iconic silhouette on the capital’s skyline – and for good reason. All that glitters is gold in this enchanting example of historic wonder, and remaining faithful to its muted colour palette, the décor takes splendour to a whole new level.
Your Florence fairytale begins right here at Brunelleschi. Tucked away in an enchanting courtyard, this hidden gem will wow with its exclusive boutique design. The spectacular exposed brick walls, arching door frames and luxurious furnishings flow seamlessly throughout the hotel, while the rooms and suites offer a magnificent modern edge. Anyone looking to explore the delights of the city won’t have far to go, with the dazzling Duomo right on Brunelleschi’s doorstep.
For over a hundred years, The Westin Excelsior has welcomed guests in search of indulgence through its prominent palace doors. Located on the legendary Via Vittorio Veneto where the iconic ‘La Dolce Vita’ was filmed, this world-famous hotel is a step back in time that’s filled with splendour. The deluxe décor, fine furnishings and lavish lobby are just three of the elements that make this hotel a sublime choice for celebrating a special occasion in Rome.
Make your visit to Venice that little bit more magical at Hotel Metropole. Boasting an enviable waterfront position, this fancy former palace dates all the way back to the 16th century. The interior is just brimming with character and opulence, with a plush palette of glistening golds, dusky violets and imperial crimsons creating a sense of indulgence throughout. The hotel is also home to the Michelin-starred Met Restaurant.
Perfecting Parisian charm with its understated colour scheme and lavish furnishings, Hotel Baltimore Paris Champs Elysees is both chic and sophisticated. Sightseeing can commence with ease thanks to the hotel’s close proximity to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. If you’re searching for elegance and grandeur, then Hotel Baltimore Paris Champs Elysees has got your name on it.