The Weekender: European Vacations

Luxury Hotels = Location, Location, Location

Today, let us bask in the summer sun by traveling to some of Europe's most luxurious hotels and resorts. Believe it or not, as an avid traveller (mostly business-related), a vacation doesn’t come around too often for me, so when I take a holiday, I try to make it worthwhile. Making great memories that last for a lifetime when you travel around the world is what it's all about.

Pictured: Windsor, UK

Classical Britain, UK

That’s why choosing to stay in the best hotels is the only choice to make. It's no secret that the best hotels provide more amenities and better services. And let's not forget the location factor. Location is one of the key elements to consider when choosing a hotel. Luxurious hotels means privacy and total relaxation.

Classical Britain provides high-end luxury holiday and business accommodation in Windsor and Eton.

Classical Britain also provides their guests with exclusive concierge services, thus giving them access to events, chauffeurs, the English Season, private boat charter and private jets.

Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, UK

Country House Living at its Best: Lucknam Park Hotel
Horse riding over 500 acres of gardens and walking trails
Bespoke Traditionally Designed Guest Rooms, and Suites
Sumptuous Luxury: Down to the Pool House

Monte-Carlo Beach, Monaco

Monte Carlo Beach

All the hotels included in this post have a 5 stars ratings. I particularly love this one not necessarily for the amneties which are superb, but because it evokes a spirit of the Roaring Twenties in the Riviera. I normally stay at the Parker Meridien when I am in Monaco, so I often visit this Mediterranean beach resort (I'm afraid it's too rich for my blood) whenever I'm in the the area.

This haven has a total of 40 rooms and suites, and is situated on the Cote d'Azur between 
Cap Martin and glamorous Monaco

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