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LUXURY HOTELS IN TANZANIA
Wilderness meets luxury in exotic Tanzania. Take to the skies in a private hot air balloon for the ultimate view of lions and cheetahs on the hunt. Relax in a tented camp and look out for the legendary lovebird. Or escape to a suite overlooking azure waters in one of Zanzibar’s luxury beach resorts. For a taste of the old Tanzania, take to Stone Town’s ancient streets and explore Sultan’s palaces and colourful spice stalls.
From the Serengeti to the ‘Spice Island’, Tanzania is the definitive explorer’s paradise. 
With a year-round tropical climate, Tanzania is a country for all seasons. There’s excellent game viewing in most months – but, if you want to watch the migrating wildebeest head to the Serengeti between November and July. The rainy seasons are generally March to May and November when the landscape turns emerald green. In contrast, December to March are the warmest months and the landscape’s at its most arid.
If you can tear yourself away from Zanzibar’s pristine white beaches, take in the aromas of cinnamon, cloves and vanilla on a plantation spice tour
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LUXURY HOTELS IN NICARAGUA
Like the volcanoes that dot the horizon, Nicaragua is a sleeping giant – a potent blend of elegant colonial architecture and pristine rainforest, just waiting to be discovered. You could escape to a beach resort, embark on a jungle adventure, play golf as parakeets flit by, or relax in a spa and savour the finer things in life. Welcome to Central America’s best kept secret.
Off-the-beaten track but on every traveller’s wish list, Nicaragua is a mix of rugged beauty and boutique luxury.
Like much of Central America, Nicaragua is defined by two seasons. The summer (December to April) is when the country is at its warmest and driest. The winter (May to November) is known as the ‘rainy season’, but along the coast this is often just a short, sharp downpour in the afternoon. It’s also one of the quietest times to visit and – if you’re lucky – you could have the beach all to yourself. 
The coast of Nicaragua is a breeding ground for humpback whales and one of the best places to see these gentle giants at play. 
 
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Luxury Hotels in Slovakia
Slovakia is an inspiring mix of traditional customs, Baroque architecture and verdant countryside. It’s easy to escape to the pine-filled slopes of the High Tatras mountains. Or from the charms of your boutique hotel, lose yourself in the twists and turns of the cobbled medieval streets and pastel painted houses.  
A melting pot of European cultures, where ancient folklore and urban style reign over this dramatic landscape.
Landlocked Slovakia enjoys a continental climate. May is when fruit trees are in full blossom, filling the air with their fragrant scent. The capital, Bratislava, then plays host to drama and music festivals during the short, hot summer.  Clear autumn days tempt hikers out into the endless forests. While the pristine snow-covered mountains promise perfect skiing over winter.
For a traditional taste of Slovakian cuisine, visit one of Bratislava’s many cafés and order some sheep’s cheese dumplings and a glass of firewater plum brandy.
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LUXURY HOTELS IN LEBANON
Lebanon is filled with the ancient ruins and history you might expect in the Middle East, alongside lots of modern touches from skiing to excellent fine dining. You’ll find the largest souk in the world here, as well as stunning architecture. But the emphasis is very much on the present, with buzzing nightlife, sophisticated shopping boutiques and an exciting cultural scene. 
Once known as the Paris of the Orient, Lebanon is recapturing its glamour thanks to redevelopment – and a lively party attitude.
WHEN TO GO
Summer is the time to visit if you fancy beach resorts, pool time and swimming in the Med. But Beirut and the Lebanon are superb destinations all year round, with nightlife and entertainment aplenty. Keen skiers tend to visit in February to make the most of the fresh snow on the mountains. Autumn and spring are ideal if you want to avoid the crowds. 
If you’re hoping to take a dip, be sure to take local advice. Due to overfishing, the Mediterranean has seen growing numbers of jellyfish – harmless, but a pain.
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Luxury Hotels in Belgium
It may be the political heart of Europe, but Belgium still knows how to have a good time. You’ll find historic cities that are brimming with culture and nightlife, grand palaces and stylish boutiques, potent Trappist beers and world-famous fine dining. But, if you prefer a slower pace, there are dreamy canals, exclusive beach resorts and peaceful chateaux and gardens to explore. 
With its chocolate and moules-frites, carnivals and cartoon stars, Belgium serves up a surreal blend of indulgence and opulence.
Belgium is a year-round destination with mild summers and cosy winters. Summer is a great time to wander the historic cities on foot, tour the countryside by bike and dine (or drink) al fresco in a canal-side bar. In the autumn and winter, the ancient cobbled alleyways take on a magical feel and many cities host twinkling festive markets.
Belgium is known as the ‘Bordeaux of Beer’ and you could happily while away a weekend sampling some of the 1000+ brews on offer.
 
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Luxury Hotels in Sweden
In a country as vast as Sweden getting away from it all is easy. After a reviving log cabin sauna, take a dip (skinny style is fine) in a crystal-clear lake surrounded by forests of spruce and birch. Wend your way in a canoe around the many islands that make up the Stockholm archipelago. Then relax with a coffee in this cosmopolitan, yet serene city – where elegant museums and vintage stores rub shoulders with cutting-edge design.
 
From the land of the midnight sun comes a smorgasbord of natural treats and must-see sights.
 
Spring is when Swedish festivals and revelries get into full swing with open-air picnics and parties under the midnight sun. Swedish summers will remind you of southern Britain – only with more hours of daylight to get out into the pure, fresh air, pick wild blueberries and enjoy a spot of salmon fishing or hiking. While the south generally experiences milder winters, in northern Sweden, October is the time to put on your ski boots as the snow starts falling by the bucket-load – promising fantastic skiing well into April.
Sample a Swedish-style open sandwich – the smörgås dates back to the 1400s when thick slabs of bread were used as plates.
 
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Luxury Hotels in Austria
Austria is compact enough to combine two holidays in one: a luxury city break and a country escape. The cities are chic and sophisticated, where boutique cafés mingle with baroque grandeur, stylish bars fizz with the spirit of Mozart, and colourful cake shops reflect the decadence of the Habsburg palaces. The countryside serves up exclusive hotels on the Danube, golf courses meandering through forested valleys, cosy spas with thermal springs, and über-cool alpine resorts to ski and be seen.
From its imperious mountains to its imperial cities, Austria knows how to make an impression.
Austria is best known for its winter revelry – the panache of the piste at its private ski resorts and, in the cities, the mesmerising Christmas markets and yuletide treats. As the snow melts, the mountains, lakes and golf courses become a nature lover’s paradise, while the cities spring to life with festivals.
Nothing captures Austria like an opera. Discover performances throughout the year, indoors and out – including one that floats.
 
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Luxury hotel in DE L’EUROPE Amsterdam
Often referred to as the other “Royal Palace of Amsterdam”, DE L'EUROPE Amsterdam occupies a scenic waterfront location on the Amstel River. The hotel’s original Rondeel building, a city landmark and long considered an oasis of calm in the buzzing city center, was transformed in 2010 with extensive renovations that fuse the hotel’s timeless design with 21st-century comfort. The new Dutch Masters Wing is an all-suite adjacent annex in a historic building, where each room is uniquely appointed and features a painstaking replica of a Dutch Masters painting from the nearby Rijksmuseum. Traditional old-charm co-exists with historic masterpieces in the grand Promenade, where the city’s most authentic Afternoon Tea is served while river views provide a breathtaking backdrop to the two Michelin star Bord’Eau, the Bib Gourmand awarded Hoofdstad Brasserie and the authentic Freddy’Bar (Best Cocktail Bartender of The Netherlands 2014). The newly renovated Skins Institute - DE L'EUROPE, already awarded as a Leading Spa of the World, invites you to experience a tranquil haven designed to lavishly pamper, indulge and nourish your mind, body and spirit. Dedicated to rigorous environmental standards, the hotel is a member of the Green Key Program, an internationally recognized tourism eco-label.
 
(Original Dutch Masters paintings adorn the walls of this historic hotel located near several of the world’s most heralded museums.)
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LUXURY HOTELS IN SPAIN
There’s more to Spain than just sun, azure seas, and ice-cold sangria. Escape to a private retreat in wild Mediterranean woodland. Indulge in a luxury spa treatment in a Moorish style boutique hotel. Discover the tranquil side of the ‘party’ islands as you nibble on authentic Andalucían tapas. Expect the unexpected at every turn – whether it’s the surreal, Art Nouveau creations of Antoni Gaudí or skiing down the Spanish Pyrenees.
Be seduced by the flair, passion and luxury that is Spain: from laid-back beaches to lively cities.
Spain has almost as many different climates as it does cultural traditions. Summer sees the Mediterranean south bask in warm, subtropical weather. In marked contrast, places like Madrid, up in the central plains, get hot in summer, but are cool and calm in winter – ideal for shopping or browsing art galleries. So you can look forward to a relaxing beach holiday or tranquil city break whichever time of year you visit. 
Fiestas are a great chance to see Spain at its most vibrant – these festivities are held to mark events like the Rioja or tomato harvest. 
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Luxury Hotels in Portugal
Like the drink that bears its name, Portugal is best savoured slowly. In the north you’ll find remote country retreats, the vineyard-dotted slopes of the Douro Valley and the UNESCO world-heritage site of Oporto. As you head south, there are historic cities such as Coimbra and Lisbon to discover, as well as lesser-known gems hidden in the countryside. Finally, you reach the sun-strewn Algarve with its African influences, world-class golf and spas. 
An intoxicating blend of fine dining and sightseeing, historic charm and catwalk cool. 
Portugal is known for its summer sunshine when its beaches and al fresco restaurants are at their most inviting. But away from prime tourist season there’s still plenty to see and do. In the spring, wildflowers and almond blossom burst into life. In the autumn, the cooler weather is ideal for exploring historic sights. And, while the winter can be rainy, it’s a great time to experience the festive celebrations and cosy up with a glass of something special.  
A visit to Portugal wouldn’t be complete without a Pastel de Nata. But, be warned, these little custard tarts can become highly addictive. 
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