Europe’s Top High-end Hotels A – G

Hotels, Inns, Resorts & Spas of EuropeThe members of the world’s largest luxury hospitality organization The Leading Hotels of the World have been marked with LHW.The members the Small Luxury Hotels of the World organization (a collection of over 500 luxury boutique hotels and resorts in more than 70 countries) have been marked with SLH.Hotels included on Condé Nast Traveller’s Gold List of the world’s best hotels have been marked with CNT.5-star International Star Diamond Award Recipients selected by The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences have been marked with SDA.Established in France in 1954, Relais & Châteaux’s mission is “to spread its unique art de vivre across the globe by selecting outstanding properties with a truly unique character.” Prospective and current members are evaluated by the group’s traditional “five C” motto: Character, Courtesy, Calm, Charm and Cuisine. The members of Relais & Châteaux exclusive collection of 475 of the finest hotels and gourmet restaurants in 55 countries on 5 continents have been marked with R&C.Historic Hotels of Europe (HHE) is the European-level umbrella organisation of 21 national promoters of finer hotels that have maintained their historic character. Consequently, more than 600 châteaux, manors, convents, palaces, monasteries, farms, townhouses, villas, post-houses and family-owned residences are part of the HHE. Co-operating on marketing strategy, the member hotels display the emblem of Historic Hotels of Europe on their buildings. 

Andorra

Andorra La Vella

Canillo

Escaldes-Engordany

La Massana

Ordino

Soldeu

 

 Austria

Bad Gastein

Berwang (Tirol)

Dürnstein (Niederösterreich)

Feldkirchen an der Donau

Filzmoos

Hallstatt

Hochgurgl (Tirol)

Igls

Ischgl

Kitzbühel (Tirol)

Lech am Arlberg

Loipersdorf

Maria Wörth-Dellach

    • F.X. MAYR & MORE HEALTH CENTRE – “Since it was founded in 1976, our centre has been renowned for its high level of medical expertise and for further developing the MAYR treatment concepts.”

Mayerling

Neustift (Tirol)

Obergurgl

Ottensheim

Pörtschach (Techelsberg am Wörthersee)

Salzburg

Schützen (Burgenland)

St. Wolfgang

Vienna

Zürs am Arlberg

 Belgium

Antwerp

Bruges

Brussels

Lanaken

Noirefontaine

Pepinster-Goffontaine

 

 Bulgaria

Bansko

Borovets

Sofia

 

 Channel Islands, U.K.

Jersey

 

 Croatia

Dubrovnik

Hvar

Novi Vinodolski

Opatija

Rovinj

Savudrija

Split

Zadar

Zagreb

 

 Cyprus

Kouklia

Limassol

Paphos

Pissouri

Polis

 

 Czech Republic

Karlovy Vary | Karlsbad

Mariánské Lázne | Marienbad

Prague

    • AUGUSTINE HOTEL – Conveniently located in the picturesque heart of Prague, the Augustine Hotel Prague, the quintessence of Prague’s history, character and beauty is close to the majestic Prague Castle, the Wallenstein Garden, the famous Charles Bridge and within easy reach of the city’s many colourful tourist attractions, making it an ideal choice for both business and leisure travellers. The design of the interiors was accomplished by the London-based design company RDD, together with Olga Polizzi, Rocco Forte Hotels’ Director of Design. The hotel is also in close proximity to Prague’s commercial district and Prague’s Ruzyne International Airport is a 30-minute drive away.
    • BOSCOLO – In a magic capital, where past times have left an indelible and mysterious mark, there stands a neoclassical palace of incredible elegance: the 5-Star Luxury Boscolo Prague hotel, known as the Boscolo Carlo IV hotel.
      A timeless place, made unique by its precious atmosphere, the best comforts to be found in the luxury rooms, the restaurant, the Business Centre and the Cigar Bar and then the luxurious swimming pool with a mosaic bottom. The scent of old wood, the splendid marble, the classical gables, the finishing, the stucco work: everything offers an exclusive welcome. The five Star Boscolo Prague is the most Majestic hotel in Prague, and only here can you be sure of have unusual and wonderful experiences.
    • CHATEAU MCELY SLH
    • FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
    • HILTON OLD TWON
    • HOTEL JOSEF
    • HOTEL MARIA PRAGUE
    • HOTEL PALACE PRAHA LHW
    • HOTEL SAVOY
    • INTERCONTINENTAL
    • KEMPINSKI HYBERNSKÁ
    • LE PALAIS LHW
    • MANDARIN ORIENTAL
    • MARRIOTT
    • MAXIMILIAN HOTEL SLH
    • RADISSON BLU ALCRON
    • THE AUGUSTINE LHW CNT

 

 Denmark

Børkop

Copenhagen

Elsinore (Helsingør)

Falsled

Hornbæk

Horsens

Hørve

Skagen

Skovshoved

Tisvildeleje

 

 England, U.K.

Amberley (West Sussex)

Bath

Berkshire

Birmingham

Brampton (Cumbria)

Buckinghamshire

Cardiff

Chagford (Devon)

Cheltenham

Cheshire

Chester

Chippenham (Wiltshire)

Cornwall

Cumbria

Darlington (County Durham)

Devon

Devonshire

Dorset

East Grinstead (West Sussex)

East Sussex

Eastbourne

Egham

Evershot (Dorset)

Gloucestershire

Great Milton (Oxfordshire)

Hampshire

Hertfordshire

Horsham (West Sussex)

Leamington Spa (Warwickshire)

Leeds

Leicestershire

London

Opening in September 2012, South Place Hotel brings together the City and the East End. The first hotel from D&D London, South Place will include signature, Conran-designed interiors; 80 bedrooms; 3 bars; Angler, a destination, rooftop restaurant; all-day-dining at 3 South Place on the ground floor; 5 meeting and private dining rooms; gym and wellness; and a residents’ games room.More ‘meet than sleep’, South Place Hotel derives its inspiration from many of the things that make London buzz: cultural diversity, local neighbourhoods, understated wit and an easy sense of self. Intelligently designed and generously sized guest bedrooms will appeal to switched-on business travellers as well as savvy couples on weekend breaks, whilst the restaurants and bars will connect with local Londoners to create a glamorous and happening ‘scene’.As the City loosens its tie and the East End ‘grows up’, South Place is set to become an exciting hub where work merges with play Specialties :Luxury Hotel, Seafood Restaurant, Cocktails, Roof Terrace, British Diner, Meetings and Private Dining. 

Swiss hotelier César Ritz, the dismissed former manager of the Savoy Hotel, opened the hotel on 24 May 1906. The building is neoclassical in the Louis XVI manner, built during the Belle Époque to resemble a stylish Parisian block of flats, over arcades that consciously evoked the Rue de Rivoli.The 136 guestrooms combine Louis XV1 style interiors with modern day technology, while fine dining facilities include the magnificent Ritz Restaurant, the opulent Palm Court for afternoon tea, and the stylish Rivoli Bar. William Kent House, the 18th century mansion house recently opened at The Ritz, features a spectacular choice of banquet rooms and suites.The Ritz is the only hotel to have been awarded a Royal Warrant by HRH The Prince of Wales for Banquet and Catering services.Specialties :Hotel, Restaurant, Bar, Salon

Luton

Lyndhurst (Hampshire)

Malmesbury (Wiltshire)

Manchester

New Milton (Hampshire)

Newbury (Berkshire)

North Bovey

North Yorkshire

Oakham (Rutland)

Oxfordshire

Penrith (Cumbria, Lake District)

Sheffield

Somerset

Stratford-on-Avon

Suffolk

Surrey

Torquay (Devon)

Wiltshire

Windermere (Cumbria)

Windsor

Worcestershire

 

 Estonia

Muhu Island

Tallinn

 

 Finland

Helsinki

Ylläsjärvi

    • SNOW VILLAGE – each year in late November, about one thousand truck loads of snow are used to create the Snow Village.

 

 France

Aix-en-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône)

Ajaccio (Corsica)

Albi (Tarn)

Ambroise

Anglet-Biarritz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques)

Arles

Audrieu (Calvados)

Auribeau-sur-Siagne

Avignon

Baerenthal (Moselle)

Bagnols (Rhône-Alpes)

Bangor (Morbihan)

Barbizon

Beaulieu-sur-Mer

Beaune / Levernois (Côte-d’Or)

Bergerac

Biarritz

Billiers (Morbihan)

Boismorand (Loiret)

Bonifacio (Corsica)

Bonnieux (Vaucluse)

Bordeaux

Bordeaux-Martillac

Bort-l’Etang (Puy-de-Dôme)

Bouliac (Gironde)

Brantôme-en-Périgord (Dordogne)

Briollay (Maine-et-Loire)

Busnes (Pas-de-Calais)

Calvi (Haute-Corse)

Cannes

Cap d’Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes)

Carcassonne (Aude)

Castillon-du-Gard (Gard)

Chagny (Saône-et-Loire)

Chamonix (Haute-Savoie)

Champillon (Marne)

Charbonnières-les-Bains (Rhône-Alpes)

Château-Arnoux (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence)

Colmar

Colroy-la-Roche (Bas-Rhin)

Courcelles-sur-Vesle (Aisne)

Courchevel

Crillon le Brave (Vaucluse)

Curzay-sur-Vonne (Vienne)

Deauville

Dinard

Divonne-les-Bains

Eugénie-les-Bains (Landes)

Evian-les-Bains (Haute-Savoie)

Eze-Bord-de-Mer

Eze Village (Alpes-Maritimes)

Fère-en-Tardenois

Fontvieille

Gargas (Vaucluse)

Gassin (Var)

Gérardmer (Vosges)

Gimont

Gordes (Vaucluse)

Gosnay

Grasse (Alpes-Maritimes)

Honfleur (Calvados)

Joigny (Yonne)

Juan-les-Pins

Kervignac (Morbihan)

La Baule (Loire-Atlantique)

La Bussière-sur-Ouche (Côte-d’Or)

La Croix Valmer (Var)

La Flotte-en-Ré (Charente-Maritime)

La Gacilly

La Roche-l’Abeille (Haute-Vienne)

La Saussaye (Eure)

Lacave (Lot)

Laguiole (Aveyron)

Le Bourget-du-Lac (Savoie)

Le Castellet (Var)

Le Croisic (Loire-Atlantique)

Le Lavandou (Var)

Le Pontet-Avignon

Les Baux de Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône)

Lorgues (Var)

Lunéville (Meurthe-et-Moselle)

Luynes

Lyon

Magescq (Landes)

Maisonnais (Cher)

Mane (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence)

Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône)

Megève (Haute-Savoie)

Mercuès (Lot)

Méribel (Savoie)

Mirambeau (Charente-Maritime)

Mirepoix (Ariège)

Missillac (Loire-Atlantique)

Montbazon

Montgenèvre

Montpellier (Hérault)

Montreuil (Pas-de-Calais)

Mougins (Alpes-Maritimes)

Nans-les-Pins (Var)

Nice

Nieul (Haute-Vienne)

Noizay (Indre-et-Loire)

Onzain (Loir-et-Cher)

Ostwald

Paris

Pauillac (Gironde)

Perros-Guirec

Phalsbourg (Lorraine)

Port-en-Bessin

Port-Lesney (Jura)

Porticcio (Corsica)

Porto-Vecchio (Corsica)

Prades (Pyrénées-Orientales)

Puymirol (Lot-et-Garonne)

Ramatuelle

Reims

Roanne (Loire)

Rochecorbon (Indre-et-Loire)

Rochegude (Drôme)

Romorantin-Lanthenay (Loir-et-Cher)

Roquebrune-Cap-Martin (Alpes-Maritimes)

Roscoff (Finistère)

Rouffach (Alsace)

Sabran (Gard)

Saint-Arcons-d’Allier (Haute-Loire)

Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid (Haute-Loire)

Saint-Emilion (Gironde)

Saint-Germain-en-Laye (Yvelines)

Saint-Jean-de-Luz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques)

Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port (Pyrénées-Atlantiques)

Saint-Martin-de-Ré (Charente-Maritime)

Saint-Méloir-des-Ondes (Ille-et-Vilaine)

Saint-Paul-de-Vence (Alpes-Maritimes)

Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux (Drôme)

Saint-Père-sous-Vézelay (Yonne)

Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

Saint-Tropez (Var)

Sainte-Anne-la-Palud (Finistère)

Salon-de-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône)

Saulieu (Côte-d’Or)

Saumur

Segos (Gers)

Sélestat (Bas-Rhin)

St.-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

St.-Symphorien-le-Château

Strasbourg

Talloires (Haute-Savoie)

Toulouse

Tourtour

Trébeurden (Côtes-d’Armor)

Trémolat (Dordogne)

Trouville-sur-Mer

Val Thorens

    • ALTAPURA – situated at Europe’s highest ski resort.

Valence (Drôme)

Varetz (Corrèze)

Vence (Alpes-Maritimes)

Verneuil-sur-Avre (Normandie)

Versailles

Vichy (Allier)

Vienne (Isère)

Villeneuve-lès-Avignon

Vinay (Champagne)

Vonnas (Ain)

Vougeot

 

 Germany

Aschau im Chiemgau (Bayern-Chiemgau)

Bad Laasphe (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

Bad Peterstal-Griesbach (Schwarzwald)

Baden-Baden

Badenweiler-Therme (Baden-Württemberg)

Bayrischzell

Baiersbronn im Schwarzwald (Baden-Württemberg)

Baiersbronn-Mitteltal (Baden-Württemberg)

Bergisch Gladbach (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

Berlin

Binz (Rügen)

    • DJH Jugendherberge ProraProra is a beach resort on the island of Rügen, Germany, known especially for its colossal Nazi-planned touristic structures. The massive building complex was built between 1936 and 1939 as a Kraft durch Freude (KdF) project. The eight buildings are identical and extend over a length of 4.5 km and are roughly 150 m from the beach making it the longest building complex in the world.

Bonn

Bremen

Bühl

Cologne

Deidesheim

Dresden (Sachsen)

Düsseldorf

Elmau

Eltville

Essen-Kettwig

Frankenberg

Frankfurt am Main

Freiburg

Geisenheim (Hessen)

Hamburg

Häusern (Baden-Württemberg)

Heidelberg

Heiligendamm

Herleshausen (Hessen)

Hinterzarten

Königstein

Kronberg im Taunus

Lindau (Bayern)

List (Sylt)

Madlitz-Wilmersdorf

Mülheim/Mosel (Rheinland-Pfalz)

Munich

Murnau am Staffelsee

Nörten-Hardenberg (Niedersachsen)

Norderney (Niedersachsen)

Pfinztal-Söllingen (Baden-Württemberg)

Potsdam

Rottach-Egern

Scharmützelsee

Stolpe bei Anklam (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)

Stromberg (Rheinland-Pfalz)

Stuttgart

Sylt (Schleswig-Holstein)

Tegernsee (Bayern)

Travemünde

Vogtsburg-Oberbergen

Wernberg-Köblitz (Bavaria)

Westerland (Sylt)

Wiesbaden

Zweiflingen-Friedrichsruhe