9 Luxurious European Hotels

    Contrary to popular belief, some of the most luxurious hotels in the world are within your reach. They’re no longer exclusive destinations you have to enjoy while watching a scene in a movie or on television.

    Some of the world’s most beautiful hotels are more affordable than you think. Visitors touring Europe will certainly enjoy some of these.

    9. Ai Mori D’Oriente Hotel (Venice, Italy)

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    The Ai Mori D’Oriente Hotel in Venice is a stunning display of Byzantine-Venetian architecture. The old school atmosphere is combined with modern conveniences, stellar customer service, and a restaurant menu full of delightful delicacies. The hotel itself is situated on Venice Island and is far enough away from the main tourist areas to be quite but close enough to remain convenient. You’ll enjoy visiting the Grand Canal, Jewish Ghetto, and the Ca’Vendramin Calergi Palace while you’re there.

    8. Savoy Hotel Rome (Rome, Italy)

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    The elegant Savoy Hotel Rome sits in the heart of the city and is moments away from some of the most beautiful attractions in the area. Every room in this historic hotel features modern amenities, including electric locks, satellite television, and air conditioning. The hotel restaurant, bar, and café each serve an attractive menu and after your meal you’ll enjoy strolling through the nearby shopping district where you’ll enjoy some of the finest Italian fashions.

    7. Vincci Soho Hotel Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

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    The Vincci Soho Hotel Madrid is located in the heart of Madrid’s historic district in what is formally known as the Art Triangle. The art triangle itself is comprised of the city’s main art museums, all of which are within walking distance of the elegant hotel. The service at the hotel is top-notch, as are the international dishes served at the hotel’s stellar restaurant.

    6. Narutis Hotel Vilnius (Vilnius, Lithuania)

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    In the capital city of Lithuania you’ll find the stunning Narutis Hotel Vilnius – a stunning architectural phenomenon dating back to the Middle Ages. The beautiful courtyards are constantly exposed to natural sunlight and house dozens of beautiful gardens. Every room is decorated differently, though each features Gothic vaults, 16th-Century beams, and breathtaking views of either the Hill of Three Crosses or Gediminas Castle.

    5. Beau Rivage Hotel Nice (Nice, France)

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    The Beau Rivage Hotel Nice sits in the old city section of Nice. Each of the 188 rooms features modern décor and amenities. Visitors will enjoy the close proximity to so many stunning attractions, including the Promenade des Anglais, the Acropolis Convention Center, and more.

    4. Les Lazaristes Hotel (Thessaloniki, Greece)

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    It’s not often that we see a Greek hotel on one of our feature lists, but the Les Lazaristes Hotel in Thessaloniki is well-deserving of a mention. The hotel sits in what was once a tobacco storehouse. It was later transformed and while the exterior maintains its original design the interior has been luxuriously renovated. The hotel is a short ride from the center of the city and the hotel’s friendly concierge will be more than happy to help you arrange a sightseeing tour or an appointment in the spectacular spa.

    3. Petit Place Plaza Hotel Malaga (Malaga, Spain)

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    The modern Petit Place Plaza Hotel Malaga sits in Malaga’s historic district and is equipped with some of the finest technological amenities available today. Not far from the hotel you’ll find the Cathedral, Larios Street, the marina, and the main railway station. The hotel also offers specially designed family-rooms to accommodate those traveling with families or large groups.

    2. Merchants House Hotel (Tallinn, Estonia)

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    The Merchants House Hotel in Tallinn is just a few minutes away from the Old Town Square and is the most centrally located hotel in the entire city. The 37-room boutique hotel features private balconies, mysterious passageways, and spectacular medieval architectural décor. Make sure you check out the fabulous a la carte breakfast before starting your day!

    1. Golden Well Hotel (Prague, Czech Republic)

    The Golden Well Hotel, also known as the U Zlate Studne, is a stunning hotel in the center of the capital city. Visitors will find themselves only moments away from several cultural attractions, including the Golden Well Hotel and Lesser Town Square. The U Zlate Studne Restaurant offers both dining room and terrace tables while serving stunning local cuisine and decadent wines.

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    You’ll find stunning, exciting, and exotic hotels all throughout Europe. Hopefully these give you a place to start when planning the itinerary for your next European tour!

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    5 comments on “9 Luxurious European Hotels”

    1. US Hotels says on June 8, 2009 at 9:13 pm:

      WOW! These hotels look relly great in picttures.
      I travel when I am on vacation. Vacation is suppose to be enjoyable so I stay in a luxury hotel but I still go out during the day and experience local cuisine and meet local people but when I sleep I want comfort and safety.

    2. Hotel affiliate says on June 8, 2009 at 10:50 pm:

      Hi Jenn thanks for such a nice information.I am planning to go to Europe in next month with my girl friend,Is there any problem in hotels to stay with my girlfriend?

    3. HotelClub says on June 10, 2009 at 10:48 pm:

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    4. Allen says on June 12, 2009 at 10:45 am:

      I chanced upon to view your blog and found it very interesting. Great … Keep it up!

    5. Hotelier says on June 19, 2009 at 10:45 pm:

      Why do people travel to other countries just to stay in luxury hotels?
      Seriously. If you want to experience another culture, then why stay in a 5 star resort that’s more American or British than anything else? If I wanted the Hilton with a prepackaged exotic meal I could just stay in America. Why doesn’t anyone ever just backpack across Europe or Asia anymore? Why doesn’t anyone go off the beaten path? And speaking of such, aren’t there programs where students or people can swap families for a month or so like they used to have?

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