Daniel A. Tanner - Jan 15, 2008

Another year has just started and the keen travelers have already started finalizing their plans regarding desired holidays. While the tourists are considering what great destinations to visit and where to stay, countries are preparing for the ‘tourist attack’. New luxurious hotels are about to be introduced to the public all over the globe. As the hunger for travel increases, those who want to profit from it need to prove they deserve it.


In February, a long expected event will take place in Bruges, Belgium. The majestic Kempinsky Dukes Palace, originally built in the 15th century, will open its gates and welcome the first guests. Its 93 rooms including 22 Junior Suites and Suites are equipped with the newest technologies, e.g. flat screen TVs, high speed internet access and w-lan, minibar and safe. Initially, the whole complex was built by Philip the Good in 1429 to celebrate his marriage with Isabelle of Portugal. The succeeding generations favored the Dukes Palace and thus new buildings were gradually added to its premises. During the centuries, the hotel exchanged owners several times, until the present owners turned it into the very attractive Kempinski Hotel Dukes’ Palace Bruges.


Mumbai is also proudly presenting the new Fours Seasons hotel. Its modern structure is very appealing; the 202 guest rooms are to be placed in a 33-floor glass tower. The hotel is to offer the largest rooms in the city as well as the unique presidential suite. A two-storey spa is to become a much desired haven of peace and quiet. One of the greatest aspects of the hotel is San-Qi – local restaurant offering diverse culinary wonders from numerous cuisines of the East – Japanese, Chinese and Indian.


There are some very appealing hotels to be opened in Africa as well; the Pumulani, Lake Malawi in Malawi is located in the middle of Malawi’s only national park. A perfectly luxurious hotel has also just been opened in Marrakech, Morocco – The Angsana Riads Collection. It’s magical, unforgettable, and especially its design combining the traditional mosaics with some features of modern interior design makes the hotel incomparable to any other.

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