“I WANT TO MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY. I BELIEVE GOOD DESIGN CAN IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF PEOPLE’S LIVES.” /SIR TERENCE CONRAN. “Be a guest in your own house” – this is the philosophy of The Guesthouse Vienna. This hotel concept enables people visiting Vienna to feel as if they were in their own home – giving them the chance to experience the proverbial “Gemütlichkeit” or “chillaxed” atmosphere of the Austrian capital. HOME. HONESTY. HERITAGE…
,,The most beautiful gift that guests can give me is, their smile, their bright eyes that shine like little stars, and their heartfelt gratitude!”/ Andrea Nagel
This is not a place to rest. This place cleanses the soul.
How often do you look for a rest vacation and how often do you actually find it? You will not find this place simply in a hotel search engine in Gran Canaria. Calle San Antonio de Padova 6 – there is private heaven and here is the story about it.
The famous Royal Route led from the Barbican through St. Florian’s Gate towards Main Market Square. From there, down Grodzka Street, it went to the Royal Castle on Wawel Hill. Any procession of the monarch making his way to the capital would pass by the tenement situated near St. Florian’s Gate, which these days is home to the Polski Hotel. The location in the heart of Kraków provides spectacular views of the Old Town as well as easy access to the most interesting sights and places of culture.
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The “Bistrot de Venise“ takes you through an intriguing and fascinating journey through the history of Venetian cuisine and fine wine. Open since 1993, this charming place is the epitome of a uber chic and trendy restaurant, but the touches of class are equally present, making this one of those rarities where classical and contemporary come together in a most beautiful harmony.
Yacht Bert is the first floating „cultural host” of the Serenissima.
Eccentric and almost „borderline”, this Maltese shuttle of 30 mt is proposed, thanks to free-flowing messages, as a port of creativity and visions.
An ancient dialogue, that of the „water” element, which has always been able to convey the stories and feelings of all those who, thanks to it, are „finally come” or „just left”. For me it was a complete novelty. Noise in the head – this time not by prosecoo, but by waves during sleep. Unforgettable memories….
Mariavittoria has traveled the world from an early age and has decided to change her everyday life to permanently settle on the yacht. Yacht Bert is the first „floating” host of Serenissima culture. This 30 meter Maltese transporter is not only a luxury yacht, but also a home for Ricardo and Marivittoria, who have decided to sacrifice their city life – sea adventure.
Kanonicza 22. This address describes the most beautiful apartment in Krakow, with the best view for Wawel and private jacuzzi inside. For this phenomenal bathroom full of live orchids, round bed and „old Krakow” elements woven into the most modern design. What else is hidden inside this place?
It is something more elegant than black, delicate fabrics and big windows overlooking for the Grand Canal? I know, it sounds great… So today, I invite you to take a trip to our black pearl in the heart of Venice.
Inside the walled vineyard of Venissa, just steps away from the Michelin starred Ristorante and the more casual Osteria, among green vines and the waters of the Venetian Lagoon… There is a place with golden grapes and Golden taste. Try to imagine a white wine that tastes like red… Real gold on the bottle….
Here you have no idea where the city ends and where the hotel starts… The garden, with its olive trees, magnolia and pomegranate, is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Once you know the history of this place – you will go to sleep enchanted.
Alma Mahler – a young lady of admirable beauty, who was dedicated to music and courted by numerous viennese artists including Alban Berg Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Adolf Loos- discovered Venice in 1897, on her first trip to Italy accompanied by her parents and Gustav Klimt (another artist madly in love with her) on the occasion of Arturo Toscanini‚s concert performance.
Only in the summer of 1922 did she return to the city for a lengthy sojourn, she decided to buy a house, situated near the Basilica dei Frari and belonging to the Soranzo family.
One day while walking, she met Oscar Kokoschka, a previous lover whose amorous story began after the death of her first husband Gustav Mahler and was abruptly interrupted in 1915 when she married Walter Gropius: I met Kokoschka by chance…he is strangely near and far to me…
After Kokoschka’s departure, Franz Werfel, a man 11 years her junior, joined her in this romantic city. They meet in 1917 and married in 1929. Venice became for Alma a refuge: