King David Hotel

The King David Hotel is a 5-star hotel in Jerusalem, Israel. Opened in 1931, the hotel was built with locally quarried pink limestone and was founded by Ezra Mosseri, a wealthy Egyptian Jewish banker. It is located on King David Street, the heart of Jerusalem, and overlooks the Old City and Mount Zion. The hotel has played an important role in the Israeli history of Jerusalem. Between the struggle for statehood, The Independence War, division of Jerusalem, and the reunification, it was a central and prevelant point in which people would continuously congregate. Among other things, the hotel was known for being the scene of a 1946 bombing, frequent hostings of state authorities, dignitaries, and other personalities during any Jerusalem visits. The hotel is currently owned and operated by the Dan Hotels group.

Chateau Blanc

We are a private, family owned kosher compliant bed and breakfast facility in Cuba focused on travelers looking for upscale accommodations at an affordable price. Complete with brand new modern rooms, premium food and beverage services and a friendly and knowledgeable staff, we are committed to making your stay a most enjoyable experience.

Tiszavirág Szeged

The Tiszavirág Szeged is a unique place in Hungary where design and tradition in gastronomy and architecture come together. The Balassa House had been a part of the great Balassa estate, including Kistelek and Sándorfalva, before becoming state-owned. Salamon Politzer a famous Jewish goldsmith built it in 1858-59. The Balassa House is one of those romantic-style buildings from the 1860s, where little is known about those Jewish craftsmen who demonstrated splendid taste and knowledge in architecture, applied arts and decoration. The building’s balcony is volute, and the stair’s bannister reflects renaissance influence. As for its function, it used to be a commercial-civil house, where other famous Jewish citizens like Soma Bak and Lajos Pollák used to practise law at the beginning of the 1950s. The building became state-owned in 1952.

Tiszavirág is a wonderfully renovated historical townhouse wich stands in the center of the historical Jewish quater of Szeged. The four-start hotel has 12 rooms, a bar, restaurant, café, conference room and SPA. A warm and welcoming place where you will immediately feel at home no matter if you are on a business trip or on holiday.

Art Hotel

The ART Hotel Szeged is located in downtown Szeged facing directly to the Cathedral Square (Dóm tér).
Four star rooms, a modern restaurant, well-equipped conference rooms and a variety of relaxing spa services make our hotel the trendiest in town that has been already recognized by many awards. ART Hotel Szeged is the perfect choice for the city breakers, theatre fans, art enthusiasts, water sports lovers and business travellers.

Kata Guesthouse

Kata Panzio is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Szeged, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Klauzal Square (0.2 mi) and University of Szeged (0.2 mi), guests of Kata Panzio can easily experience some of Szeged’s most well known attractions.

Art Gallery Hotel

Along with the opening of Art Gallery boutique, Hajinsky’s house obtained a new life; Belonging to the history of national culture, the works of Azerbaijani fine art classics, exhibited in our hotel, also received a new life through improvisations of young contemporary local and foreign artists, who interpreted the subject of classical works of past in modern art pieces.
Famous artist Romero Britto created several exclusive artworks for the Hotel. Another popular master, sculptor Julian Voss-Andreae constructed unique Spannungsfeld Female Figure. Other than that, the Hotel owns an Invisible restaurant with a possibility to dine and Sattart Café with indescribable beauty of the paints of a famous Azerbaijan artist Sattar Bahlulzade that will immerse you into the world of art.
Perfectly located in historical part of the town, the hotel is 1 block away from Maiden Tower with Fountain Square and is in front of the Seaside Boulevard. What is more, it shares the same block with Dior, Tom Ford, Zilli, Bvlgari, Tiffany and other high-end stores.

Fairmont Hotel, Baku

The premier international 5-start luxury hotel located in iconic flame towers, a symbol of Baku, Azerbaijan and quite often preferred by Israeli guests.

Hotel Sans Souci Wien

Hotel Sans Souci Wien is located in a prime location between the traditional 1st district and more modern 7th district. The neighborhood is filled with shopping centers, boutique shops, and historical sites that tell stories of the city’s past and current status. Hotel Sans Souci Wien has a history of its own, as it was established in a historical building that was erected in 1872. Before the building became a hotel, it served as an inn called Hotel Holler. The Sans Souci Group got the building in 2010 and began careful renovations to preserve the unique character of the building while adding style and modernity.   

Inside the hotel, you will find original artwork, individually designed rooms, a small event room, and a phenomenal bar and restaurant. Guests can also relax in the wellness oasis, which has two treatment rooms and three saunas, as well as work out in the fitness center and sports pool. The rooms give you a personal space for restful nights sleep and are designed to open all senses. Every part of the hotel has been carefully constructed to create a perfect getaway during your visit. 


Palais Hansen Kempinski

Palais Hansen Kempinski was originally built for the 1873 World Exhibition. The hotel provides 152 rooms and suites, two restaurants, two bars, a ballroom, a flower shop, a spa, a cigar lounge, and seven conference rooms. Though the hotel is large in size, you don’t feel overwhelmed because each space is unique and has a cozy and inviting design. The hotel is located at Schottenring and is known as a place where luxury, contemporary design, and modern architecture come together. 

Just a couple kilometers from the hotel you will find St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Schoenbrunn Palace, the State Opera House, the Vienna Zoo, the Golden Quarter shopping street, the City hall, the Vienna Museum Quarter, and the Giant Ferris Wheel.

Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna is in the middle of the Boerse district, where the surrounding neighborhood is filled with greenery for an enjoyable stroll along the Danube Canal and an inviting visit Boerse Park. The hotel is rated as one of the top hotels in Vienna for its convenient location, design, restaurants, lounge spaces, and friendly staff.

Hotel Das Tyrol

If you are looking for a luxurious hotel in Vienna to stay during your holiday or business trip, Hotel Das Tyrol might be just what you’re looking for. You can start your morning off with a home-cooked breakfast, spend the afternoon exploring the streets and sites just minutes from the hotel, then go relax in the spa, and end your day with a drink at the lounge.
One of the hotel’s best places to be is the bar, which offers unique cocktails you won’t find anywhere else. Barman, Hubert Peter, handmakes each cocktail using organic wines, organic brandy, and local herbs from his own Vienna garden. He makes his own raspberry and lemon soda and also uses organic and local products to supply the bar’s tea and cola needs. The rich drink flavors come from a variety of natural ingredients including beet sugar, lemon, lime, real vanilla, and herbal syrup.

Das Tyrol is stylishly designed down to the last detail. From the white and gold porcelain leaves, and Niagara Dorado chandelier, to the luxurious artwork, and Wittmann velvet red seating, no detail goes unnoticed. It has been rated the city’s best 4-star hotel for several years. The hotel is proud of its hospitality, 5-star amenities, charming atmosphere, and unique cultural touches that are sure to give you an incredible stay in Vienna.