Amazing Hotels Around the World

There are some hotels spread around the world that are a true gem and make all the difference to you trip. Check below three examples of differentiated hosting experiences:

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Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel

One of the most unusual experiences of travelling is definitely staying in an ice hotel. The Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel located 20km from Alta City, in northern Norway, begins its season this year on December 19 and remains open until April 2, 2019.

In addition to bar and restaurant, the hotel’s structure still offers several activities such as snowmobile safari, outdoor Jacuzzi, reindeer-drawn sleigh ride, ice fishing, among other activities. And it is worth remembering that at night there is always a good chance of experiencing the wonder of the aurora Borealis phenomenon. Read more.

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Metropole Monte-Carlo

One of the principal hotels of Monaco, the five-star Metropole Monte-Carlo is a set of all that is best in the destination: two restaurants starring in the Michelin Guide, Joel Robuchon and Yoshi; The exclusive Spa Metropole by Givenchy; The pool space designed by the stylist Karl Lagerfeld; In addition to impeccable service and decoration it impresses even the most discerning travellers.

Not only that: the hotel has environmental policies established since 2007, called Green Attitude, to reduce the impact of its activities on the planet and preserve biodiversity. As of this month, the hotel has announced that it is banning the use of plastic straws in its bars and restaurants, reaffirming its commitment to reduce the use of plastic. To maintain the quality of some drinks served to customers, straws made from a totally biodegradable material will be used. Read more.

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Banyan Tree Seychelles

The Seychelles archipelago is full of amazing hotels, whether in the exclusive islands, with a single accommodation option or in the main islands.

Banyan Tree Seychelles is located on the largest island in the country, called Mahé. From endless private pools with breath-taking views of the Indian Ocean and a tennis court surrounded by the tropical green of destination to restaurants of international, Creole, Arabic and Asian cuisine and a spa with therapeutic treatments to recharge the body and the soul, the Banyan Tree is a delightful retreat in the midst of paradise, surrounded by a spectacular nature. Read more.

Photo by rkeefer on Foter.com / CC BY

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