10 Amazing European Hotels You Definitely Should Visit!

10 Amazing European Hotels You Definitely Should Visit!

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If you’re looking for a really special place to spend your next holiday then you really should really should check this list. These hotels seem absolutely dreamy, and some of them are not so expensive… from a hotel built into a Swiss mountain to an underground Hotel, here are 10 Amazing European Hotels You Must check out.

Hotel Grotta Palazzese – Italy.

Hotel Grotta Palazzese - Italy
Hotel Grotta Palazzese – Italy

Stunning views over the Adriatic, a warm summer night’s breeze and world class dining – the only thing the Grotta Palazzese is missing is four walls.
The enchanting restaurant in Polignano a Mare in Southern Italy was built inside a cave centuries ago, allowing for one of the world’s most unique dining experiences.
Carved from the cliff face’s limestone, the restaurant juts out 74 feet above sea level, allowing diners to watch the waves lap the shores just beneath them.

Atholl Palace Hotel – Scotland.

Atholl-Palace-Hotel-Scotland
Atholl-Palace-Hotel-Scotland

The epitome of Scottish baronial splendour, stands imposingly overlooking wooded parkland grounds and the town of Pitlochry.
Originally opened as the Athole Hydropathic in Victorian times, the property is now a major resort and destination with spectacular gardens, a spa and a museum featuring the life and times of the hotel.

Sala Silvermine Hotel – Sweden.

Sala-Silvermine-Sweden
Sala-Silvermine-Sweden

Forget the penthouse suite, one unusual hotel is sending its most important guests 500ft below ground to sleep. The Sala Silvermine Hotel, in Vdstmanland County, Sweden, has created a room so far beneath the earth’s surface that it can only be accessed through a mine lift shaft – which sends guests 509ft into the ground in a matter of seconds. If your constantly on you mobile phone then forgot this hotel as because of the depth you will not receive any signal.

Aescher Hotel – Switzerland.

Aescher Hotel - Switzerland
Aescher Hotel – Switzerland

Tucked into the side of a mountain in the Swiss Alps is a unique guest house called Berggasthaus Aescher-Wildkirchli. The 170-year-old dreamy hotel is in the most precarious position, clinging to the foot of a vertical cliff face and can only be accessed by a combination of cable car and hiking.

Whitepod Hotel – Switzeland.

Whitepod-hotel-switerland
Whitepod-hotel-switerland

Whitepod offers a highly exclusive Alpine experience. A hi-tech eco camp for just 30 guests situated over 1700m high in the Swiss Alps, offering the ultimate in luxury and adventure.

Katikies Hotel – Greece.

Katikies Hotel – Greece
Katikies Hotel – Greece

A complex of bridges, cubist cottages and infinity pools—is considered the grande dame of Santorini’s boutique hotels. Hugging the dramatic Caldera (a volcanic rim), which affords astounding vistas, the property is a natural fit for honeymooners, romantics and couples. The white washed suites have classic arched ceilings and majestic views of the Aegean Sea, which can be enjoyed from the large terrace with an open-air dining area, sun deck and two-person Jacuzzi. For the ultimate romantic meal, the Dinner Restaurant provides the perfect setting with just four candlelit tables perched on a secret veranda rooftop overlooking the Caldera. The better-known Kirini Pool Restaurant offers the same breath-taking panoramas, plus a fresh, seasonal menu of traditional Mediterranean dishes.

Ice Hotel – northern Sweden.

Ice Hotel - northern Sweden
Ice Hotel – northern Sweden

In Jukkasjärvi, a tiny little town 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, the now iconic ice hotel art project-come-hotel is 25 years old. It may be madness, but it is unique, world-famous madness and totally inspiring venture.

The Mirrorcube Tree House Hotel – Sweden.

Mirrorcube-Tree-House-Hotel
Mirrorcube-Tree-House-Hotel

From the country that’s home to some of the ‘worlds weirdest hotels’ comes the latest in luxury tourist attractions: The Mirrorcube. Located 60 kilometres south of the Arctic circle, in Harads, Sweden, this stunning hide-out, designed by Tham & Videgard architects, is made of light-weight aluminum which is hung around the base of a single tree.

Shangri-La Hotel – Paris.

Shangri-La Hotel – Paris
Shangri-La Hotel – Paris

This luxury hotel is located in the heart of Paris, walking distance from Guimet Museum and Palais de Chaillot. Also nearby are Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars.

Attrap Reves – France.

Attrap Reves – France
Attrap Reves – France

Ever thought about literally living (and sleeping) in a bubble? The innovative Attrap’Reves hotel consists of habitable plastic bubble domes and was built using recyclable materials.
These transparent “spheres” are maintained by a silent blower which continuously allows fresh air to get in and keep a high level of oxygen. Each transparent bubble offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside in Allauch, a French commune situated 10 kilometres east of Marseille, in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône.

 

 

 

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