These two eclectic properties offer experiences that are distinctly different from the traditional ambiance of yet more antiques and chandeliers and faux-Tudor mantels.
Guests here are privileged to take part in special tea presentations and sample traditional Chinese cuisine while staying in 300-year-old rebuilt stone mansions.
With sections dating back to the 12th century, this three-floor conversion sitting by the Rhône personifies Europe’s rich historical significance and architectural beauty.
A rich cultural heritage, numerous museums and gardens, artisanal boutiques, superb cuisine, and surprisingly low room rates make a strong case for experiencing this European city.
Athens is hot, not only weather-wise, but for its history, its hotels and so much more.
Here is an inside look at two standout hotels, from a focus on history in Johannesburg to an art experience in Cape Town.
With every amenity planned to perfection, and a bit of town and country rolled into one, the Mandarin Oriental London is back in business and catering to discerning travelers.
The brand’s latest accommodations include a gorgeously authentic London townhouse hotel and an Italian castle on 4,200 rolling acres in Tuscany just an hour's drive south of Florence.
The Downtown Abbey-style, country-house-turned-hotel delights with its 18th-century nuances, farm-to-table cuisine, and nature-focused activities.
Among the property’s attributes are its undeniable style, rich history, luxurious rooms with views, hand-painted floral porcelain, a Hungarian bistro, and a strong connection to the glamorous movie industry.