Originally opened in 1978; Re-Opened October 5, 2012...Four Seasons flagship soars 55 storeys in the heart of Yorkville, Toronto's most glamourous shopping and restaurant quarter.
The finest Southern hospitality is offered at the AAA Five Diamond/Forbes Five Star Fearrington House Country Inn.
The hotel has an outstanding location on the banks of the Vltava River, within the historic, cultural and economic heart of Prague.
Fregate Island Private is the only resort on one of the most unspoiled places on earth, declared "The best beach on the planet" by the New York Times.
The Villa and its grand park were built in 1892 by the prominent Feltrinelli family and served as a summer escape.
Situated on the renowned Getreidegasse road, the hotel introduces guests to the city's captivating character.
The Grand Hotel Zermatterhof is in the heart of Zermatt at an elevation of 5,500 feet in southern Switzerland.
The Grand Hotel Stockholm has been a luxury hotel since 1874, has 309 guest rooms and is next to the National Museum and opposite the Royal Palace and Old Town.
Next to the famous wine producing chateaux of Saint-Emilion, and close to the Medieval City.
Greenhill The Lodge is an opulent and tranquil private retreat steeped in local history located near Hastings in the heart of renowned Hawkes Bay wine country.
On November 1, 2015 the hotel will close to start an amazing restoration work to reopen in Autumn 2016.
Originally built in the 17th century by the great Italian architect Carlo Fontana, Grand Hotel Continental, Siena is a jewel in the heart of this Tuscan city.
Let yourself be charmed by the warm and cozy atmosphere of the Hotel La Perla, by the nostalgic flavor of bygone times that you discover as soon as you enter; by the unique and elegant ambience rich of pleasant details, which have become the philosophy of the house.
Imagine a tropical getaway that offers sublime luxury in a spectacularly exotic locale.
Situated on the Grand Canal, with an incomparable view of the water, the Hotel Gritti Palace was built in 1525 as the residence of the Doge of Venice, Andrea Gritti.