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If money’s no object, here’s where to part with it – Pädaste is quite possibly Estonia’s premier place to bed down and quite definitely its best place to pig out...
This former Soviet monstrosity has seen a massive facelift (inside, at least) and now boasts modern, plush rooms with friendly, helpful staff. Within walking distance of the centre.
Casa De Carmona
A super-luxurious hotel in a beautiful 16th-century palace, the Casa de Carmona feels like the aristocratic home that it used to be. Its elegant restaurant (mains €18 to €25) serves haute cuisine with an andaluz (Andalucian) touch.
Opened in 2008, the Myhregaarden is Stavanger's most stylish hotel and has a far more personal touch than most chain hotels...
This mastodon of a hotel with nearly 250 rooms was constructed in 1897...
This boutique hotel, right on the waterfront, has oodles of charm. An ex-warehouse and protected building – just look at the wonderful old beams they've preserved – it combines tradition with strictly contemporary comfort and style...
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina
A gorgeous addition to the capital’s accommodation scene sits next to the Old Harbour, with excellent sea views from the even-numbered rooms on the 4th floor...
Hotel De Paris
Steps from the madness of Tverskaya, this is a delightfully stylish hotel tucked into a quiet courtyard off the Boulevard Ring...
Kremlin & Kitay Gorod
Nothing short of an art-nouveau masterpiece, the 1907 Metropol brings an artistic, historic touch to every nook and cranny, from the spectacular exterior to the grand lobby, to the individually decorated (but small) rooms...
Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof
The Hofburg & Around
Decorated throughout in subtle and subdued aubergine colours, Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof offers style and great value in 24 to 28 sq metre superior rooms and 35 sq metre deluxe rooms, complemented by free use of the spacious wellness area extending...
Great Northern Hotel
Hampstead & North London
Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of the 'old' King's Cross – once the city's red light district – the Great Northern Hotel, with its curving brick facade, would make its 1854 incarnation proud...
The Narutis Hotel
Housed in a red-brick townhouse built in 1581, this classy pad has been a hotel since the 16th century. Breakfast and dinner are served in a vaulted Gothic cellar, there’s wi-fi access throughout, and free apples at reception add a tasty touch...
One of the grande dames of the Munich hotel trade, rooms at the Hof come in a number of styles, from busy Laura Ashley to minimalist cosmopolitan. The super-central location, pool and on-site cinema come in addition to impeccably behaved staff...
Design-conscious Avalon is steps away from the main tourist office. Rooms are packed with eye-popping Nordic design, bright colours, curvaceous furniture, flat-screen TVs and heavenly pillows...
Grand Hotel Vesuvio
Known for bedding legends – past guests include Rita Hayworth and Humphrey Bogart – this five-star heavyweight is a decadent wonderland of dripping chandeliers, period antiques and opulent rooms...
The Magdalen Chapter
Undoubtedly Exeter's coolest hotel (staff wear converse trainers and low-slung slacks) the Magdalen is replete with funky flourishes...
Hotel & Villa Auersperg
This charismatic villa and hotel duo fuse late-19th-century flair with contemporary design. Guests can relax by the lily pond in the vine-strewn garden or in the rooftop wellness area with its sauna, tea bar and mountain views...
Hotel Loccumer Hof
Some of the stylish and well-decorated rooms here are themed by nations (‘Australia’), elements (‘Air’) and feng shui. Others are low-allergy...
A refurbished manor house embellished with Scandi-sleek design, Hotel Bergs embodies the term ‘luxury’ from the lobby’s mix of sharp lines, rococo portraits and tribal reliefs, to the spacious suites lavished with high-quality monochromatic furnishing...
Part of the city’s plans to pull the El Raval district up by the bootstraps, this oval-shaped designer hotel tower makes a 21st-century splash...
La Suite West
Notting Hill & West London
The black-and-white foyer of the Anouska Hempel–designed La Suite West – bare walls, a minimalist slit of a fireplace, an iPad for guests' use on an otherwise void white marble reception desk – presages the OCD neatness of rooms hidden away down dark ...
There’s something pleasing about this warm and welcoming place a block off the main drag and cheerfully tucked between the convivial ambience of its own restaurant and bar...