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When you are thinking of traveling to places, it can be a relaxing and nice addition on your trip to book luxury hotels. Not only will you'll receive star quality treatment and customer service, there are many other benefits that can also be experienced at these hotels. These include access to spas, gyms and other facilities, free breakfast, internet as well as 24 hour customer service on hand.
St. Pancras Renaissance is one of the latest London luxury hotels to receive a major renovation. The hotel has restored its chamber suites with an eye to maintaining the historic elegance of the rooms while providing all the latest technologies and comforts that luxury hotel guests have come to expect. The hotel creates a magnificent atmosphere of gracious 19th century living, and its storied history dates back to 1873 when it was originally named the Midland Grand.
The Chamber Suites rooms offer travelers a unique opportunity to experience the opulent service and atmosphere of historical London in its golden age. Guests can enjoy the benefits of the luxurious Chambers Club which is open for 18 ours each day, beginning with a 6:30 am breakfast and including an early evening supper and snacks.
Con Son Island in Vietnam was the sight of a penal colony in the Vietnam War, but that paradise lost has been regained with the opening of the Six Senses Resort & Spa on the island over 60 years later. Con Son is a part of the Con Dao archipelago which is set in a protected area of the South China Sea. Vietnam travel tips recommend this five-star resort for its luxurious yet unpretentious atmosphere.
The compound is made up of over 40 guest villas, each fashioned from planked hardwood and set besdie a 1.6 km beach. These bungalows are minimalist by luxury resort standards, but that is part of their charm. They seem to meld into the granite and greenery of the spectacular Elephant Mountain behind them, and every villa has ocean views and an infinity pool. There are also some swanky interior appointments like a fully stocked wine fridge.
April 26th, 2013 in
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A company named ITC Ltd has secured the LEED platinum rating for its luxury hotels making it one of the greenest chains of luxury hotels globally. This rating might give these luxury hotels a lead in energy and environmental design for the highest standards of energy, water and waste efficiency.
This rating to the luxury hotels was awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council which aims at making buildings greener according to the environmental norms. The platinum certification has been awarded to the ITC luxury hotels as well as properties situated in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Agra. ITC's executive director Nakul Anand, was in the opinion that the platinum rating demonstrates the ideology of responsible luxury adopted by ITC'S hotel division.
April 18th, 2013 in