The Hotel de Russie is a part of Rocco Forte Hotels – Most famous 5 star hotel in Rome – 122 rooms and suites in elegant contemporary Italian style – Unique location between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo – Private internal garden and terraces – Outdoor Restaurant and Bar seating The Hotel de Russie is a tranquil oasis in the heart of the Eternal City – close to the most fashionable boutiques.
Aruba is unique in the region for many reasons. At every turn, it defies the stereotypes of what a Caribbean destination should be, yet remains quintessentially Caribbean at heart. If this appeals to you, an Arubian vacation may be just what you’re looking for.
Shutters on the Beach is the only luxury hotel in Los Angeles right on the beach. Consisting of a total of 186 gracious rooms and 12 suites, Shutters on the Beach recalls the colorful architecture of the historic beach resorts and cottages characteristics of the southern California coast during the 1920’s and 1930’s. The lobby boasts two large wood fireplaces, intimate conversation areas and a large balcony overlooks the ocean.
Galley Bay Resort & Spa All Inclusive Overlooking Galley Bay along the Caribbean coast, this all-inclusive, beachfront resort surrounded by tropical greenery is 7 km from Cedar Valley Golf Club, and 8 km from Museum of Antigua and Barbuda.
Jumby Bay heightened the guest experience with the enhancement of 40 Guest Rooms comprised of 28 new and 12 updated suites. Interior design by Miami-based IDC captures the spirit of a tropical hideaway, with casual elegance and romantic British Colonial style. New suite categories include: Beach side Courtyard, Ocean View Pool and Estate Suites that all rest just steps from Jumby Bay Beach, each offering spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea.
The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour Resort, Miami Beach, awarded the coveted Forbes five-star and AAA five-diamond awards for 2014, is a peerless haven of oceanfront elegance, quiet unwavering taste, anticipatory service and seductive amenities. This exclusive Miami Beach enclave is directly across from the celebrated Bal Harbour Shops and mere minutes from the whirlwind energy of South Beach, Miami, and the area’s premier events such as the world-renowned Art Basel.
Sulmona is a city of about twenty-five thousand. You may choose to start your tour at the Cattedrale di San Panfilo built on the site of a Roman temple. From the Cathedral you can stroll down “main street”, Corso Ovido, named for the great poet Ovid and enjoy the arcades, palaces, churches, and shops. The Fifteenth Century Palazzo dell’Annunziata houses the Museo Civico (Municipal Museum). Sadly the church of San Francesco della Scarpa was destroyed by an earthquake leaving only a Romanesque doorway. Across the way you will see a lovely Fifteenth Century Renaissance fountain fed by an even older aqueduct with many arches still standing.Continue reading “Abruzzo Italy”