‘You are welcomed with charming hospitality and culinary pampered’

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'Chef Pierre Résimont surprises every time with his classic French cuisine, honest ingredients, always cooked to perfection'

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‘One of the best country hotels in Germany’

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'One of Lech's best restaurants'

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Hotel Villa Ruimzicht

Doetinchem, Guelders, Netherlands
  • Characteristic and monumental hotel in the Achterhoek.
  • Restaurant Lokaal has been awarded a green Michelin star!
  • Hotel rooms with a modern, luxurious decor, attractive and with a theme.

Villa Ruimzicht was built in 1853, and was purchased by a Christian philan­thropic organisation in 1868, after which it was used as a seminary.

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The Löfken family runs a hotel, where you feel at home Michelin

Hotel Hof zur Linde

Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
  • Delightful fusion of history and design
  • On the river Werse
  • Monumental Münster nearby

At the foot of the tower of Münster, surrounded by lush greenery is the romantic Hotel Hof zur Linde, rooted in the tradition of Westphalia.

From € 139 per night More info

Hamilton Lodge & Spa

Blatten bei Naters, Wallis, Switzerland

Hamilton Lodge is a comfortable family hotel on the Belalp, a car-free mountain area in a UNESCO World Heritage site at an altitude of 2,100 metres.

From € 127 per night More info
The Hôtel Masson is an architectural heritage in itself theculturetrip.com

Hôtel Masson

Veytaux Montreux, Canton of Vaud, Switzerland
  • On the Swiss Riviera
  • The oldest hotel in the Montreux-Vevey region
  • Views of Lake Geneva

It’s not surprising that stars like Freddie Mercury, David Bowie and Keith Richards owned houses in Montreux. The town is a sophisticated haven, yet a hub for talented artists.

From € 120 per night More info

Kasteel de Wittenburg

Wassenaar, South Holland, Netherlands
  • Dine and stay in a castle
  • Top museums in The Hague
  • Not far from the sea

Kasteel De Wittenburg was built in 1899 by the aristocrat Helenus Marinus Speel­man, a descendent of Cornelis Speelman, a 17th­-century governor of the Dutch East Indies – modern­-day Indonesia.

From € 160 per night More info

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