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This gorgeous venue is set to be top of many Hotel sleuths’ list for 2012.
With Tel Aviv becoming as cosmopolitan as Paris, Hotel Montefiore is one to watch out for.
The Belgian city of Antwerp is fast becoming as popular as one of Hercule Poirot’s mysteries. So if you are in need of a little mystery then look no further than Hotel Le Tissu.
With its idealistic location on the iconic Promenade des Anglais, this recently refurbished venue has the Cote d’Azur on its doorstep.
An awe inspiring position surrounded by the Ionian Sea, Mount Etna and the clear blue waters of the Bay of Taormina, this classic Italian five-star hotel has it all.
You won’t be feeling gloomy any more when you drop your cases off at The Gray.
With its central location in the heart of this glorious capital, the new LX Boutique Hotel has been causing a stir among hotel sleuths!
Located inside the world’s biggest and oldest Medina in Fez, it’s hats off to this traditional guesthouse, which stems from the grandiose Moroccan houses of old.
A stone’s throw from the romantic Charles Bridge, you will simply fall in love with this exceptional venue.
Travelbite.co.uk's hotel sleuth discovers another hotel hotspot in Dubrovnik.
It’s all about Hotel ME.
From the city that gave us inspirational figures such as Rodin and Monet comes another magnificent piece of work – Hotel Konfidential.