Hotels with history have a special charm. Today, you will find out about the world's most famous hotels, where it literally smells of luxury and art.⠀
- Ritz Paris, Paris, France
This luxurious hotel is famous for the fact that Coco Chanel lived here for 30 years (and died). She was personally involved in the design of her suite, which now bears her name.
The Ritz was opened in Paris by Cesar Ritz in 1898. Charlie Chaplin, Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Maria Callas and other celebrities used to stay here. Luxurious suites are named after the famous guests of the hotel. The hotel bar is named after Hemingway. The hotel offers haute cuisine by Chef Nicolas Sale, it has got 2* Michelin for La Table de L'Espadon, 1* Michelin for Les Jardins de L'Espadon! And there are delicious tea ceremonies every day!
All bed linen, towels, bathrobes in the hotel are of the most delicate peach shade. And this color scheme has not changed since the opening of the hotel, because the wife of Cesar Ritz, who also took part in the design of the hotel, subtly noticed that in the morning the skin looks most advantageous on soft peach bed linen or in a peach terry dressing gown. Every little detail in the hotel sparkles and glistens.
And what a team works here! They all look like models, and they seem to have just left the catwalk. You can talk about this hotel a lot. But it will be better, if you live in it. Or at least come to the tea ceremony.
The Plaza is a US National Historic Landmark. Perhaps this is the most "booked" hotel in the world. The Plaza Hotel in New York is one of the legendary hotels. On October 1, 1907, it opened its doors and received the first guests. Throughout its history, the hotel has become home to presidents, kings, ambassadors, famous businessmen, celebrities and sports stars. It has appeared in films such as Home Alone 2, The Great Gatsby, North by Northwest, Spider-Man, Sleepless in Seattle, Scent of a Woman, American Hustle and other.
This hotel is the oldest in England.
The Old Bell keeps traces of every century, including a stone fireplace that dates back to 1220.
In the 70s, this hotel was nicknamed the Riot House. It received such a reputation because of the numerous tricks of rock musicians who have always chosen this place. So, in 1975, the guitarist Keith Richards from Rolling Stones threw out a TV from the 11th floor of the hotel.
The hotel is listed on the US National Register of Historic Places. And the reason for this is an important event that took place within its walls. In 1945, the hotel received delegates from 50 countries, whose congress ended with the decision to create the UN.
Among the guests of the hotel were members of many royal families, including Queen Elizabeth II. But the excitement around it was caused by a 7-day bed-in performed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Bed protest was dedicated to the theme of the Vietnam War. The action was called Bed-in for Peace.
The legendary hotel was opened in 1923. Over the years, Madonna, Walt Disney, Michael Jackson, Rolling Stones, Elton John, Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot, Princess Diana used to stay here.
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