• Hotel W Bangkok – Coolness in the vibrant city

    I was on vacation. Four weeks in Southeast Asia not only left me with a soft tan, but also many impressions, experiences and indescribable happenings. Most of the time I was satisfied with simple accommodation (on the beach you don’t need a luxury hotel *gg*), but to discover Bangkok I allowed myself some comfort and
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  • Artotel Cologne

      If it’s not always supposed to be a more expensive five star hotel, I find the house at Rheinauhafen a really good alternative! The rooms are all very spacious, almost all in white and modern styled, in the beds it sleeps (and plays) wonderfully! 🙂 The suite has a freestanding bathtub and, like most
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  • Travelling Strasbourg – Hotel Le Cour du Corbeau

    I have been to Strasbourg! And it was beautiful! This city full of history, beautiful houses and delicious restaurants exceeded my expectations and I was certainly not the last time I visited it. The reason for this is probably the beautiful hotel I stayed in, the “Cour du Corbeau”, which I want to tell you
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  • Munich – an eulogy

    Rarely have I been drawn to the Bavarian capital, as I tend to go to Hamburg rather than to the south. But I think that this will change now, because after my last short visit Munich has taken my heart by storm! I spent two days at the time-honored Hotel Bayerischer Hof. Although I have
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  • Stage 47 – Boutique Hotel in Düsseldorf

    After I already reported about my favourite hotel in Cologne (look here), I dedicate today to a very nice, small boutique hotel in the most beautiful city on the Rhine – the Stage 47 in Düsseldorf. Located right next to the Savoy Theatre, the hotel has a strong focus on art and culture. The rooms
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  • My dearest – Savoy Hotel Cologne

    So, let’s start the round of “hotels to which I would like to be invited” with my favourite hotel, the Savoy in Cologne. Plush, glittering, wicked and equipped with excellent service, it is located very close to Cologne’s main train station. From the outside it is a ugly building, but once through the door and
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