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LUXURY HOTEL INSIDER
 
FSA LogoThe Luxury Hotel Insider: Exclusive luxury hotel deals, features and special rates from the luxury hotel experts at Five Star Alliance. 
 
Named one of Tripbase's Best Luxury Travel Blogs for 2011, below are Five Star Alliance's newest articles featuring exclusive information on luxury hotels worldwide including special offers and deals at the world's best hotels.

Did You Know? Tambo del Inka Resort and Spa

August 24, 2013
By: K. Clare Johnson

Tambo del Inka Resort and Spa is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. It is the only hotel in Urubamba with a private train station, which means guests can discover the ancient culture and stunning vistas of Machu Picchu at their convenience.

Tambo del Inka 

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Did You Know? Empire Hotel and Country Club

August 23, 2013
By: K. Clare Johnson

Empire Hotel
Empire Hotel and Country Club
is located in Brunei, one of only two Sultanates in the world. Situated on the northern coast of Borneo in Southeast Asia, it is a land of architectural Islamic grandeur and lush virgin rainforest. With a monarchy stretching back 600 years and relatively new independence, gained in 1984, Brunei is an unique preserve of modernity, royalty and nature. 

 

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Dining al Fresco: Hotel Cipriani and Palazzo Vendramin

August 19, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance

Located at the tip of the Giudecca Island, Hotel Cipriani and Palazzo Vendramin is just a short, spectacular boat ride from St. Marks Square. The hotel offers 95 luxurious rooms and suites spread between the main hotel building and Palazzo Vendramin, a 15th-century building linked to the Hotel Cipriani through an ancient courtyard and flowered passage-way. Most of the rooms in the Palazzo boast magnificent views overlooking the lagoon and Piazza San Marco. 

Hotel Cipriani 

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Did You Know? The Caledonian

August 18, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance

The Caledonian Hotel is a grand railway hotel that was built in 1903 above the three main archway entrances of the Princes Street Station (It was originally opened as Princes Street Station Hotel). The Caledonian Railway Company even developed a system in which steam from trains at the adjoining station was recycled to heat the hotel's water supply. 

The Caledonian 

The Caledonian has Fall rates starting from GPB $143>> 

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Did You Know? Certosa di Maggiano

August 17, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance

Certosa di Maggiano is a former Carthusian monastery that was built in 1314. It was paid for by a donation by Cardinal Riccardo Petroni as a place designed for meditation and prayer. In in the XVI century involved in a harsh war between Carl V Emperor of Spain and Henry II King of France. It was first restored as a private home and then became a luxury hotel in 1978.  

Certosa di Maggiano

Fall rates at Centosa di Maggiano start at EUR 315>> 

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Did You Know? Fairmont St Andrews

August 16, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance

Fairmont St Andrews, which opened in 2001, is home to some of the world's greatest golf courses. 

Fairmont St Andrews

Fall rates at Fairmont St Andrews start at GBP 179>>

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Did You Know? Amanzoe

August 13, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance

Amanzoe
 

Drawing its name from the Sanskrit-derived word for "peace" and zoe (pronounced zoi), the Greek word for "life," Amanzoe is situated on a hilltop close to the town of Porto Heli on the east coast of the Peloponnese. The resort offers panoramic views of the Peloponnese coastline and the island of Spetses, as well as a private Beach Club in a picturesque bay.

 

Nightly rates for a Fall stay start at 800 Euros.

 

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Did You Know? Le Sirenuse

August 12, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance

Le Sirenuse opened in 1951, when the Marchesi Sersale turned their summer house into a charming Hotel,
overlooking the bay of Positano. Today Le Sirenuse has 58 rooms, furnished with all the comforts of a luxury
hotel, while maintaining the atmosphere of a private home.

Sirenuse

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Ease Family Travel With The James Hotel's Lil' James Program!

August 3, 2013
By: Elaine Lee

The James


The James has recently announced their launch of their property’s new children’s program: Lil’ James, available at The James Chicago Hotel, The James Royal Palm, and The James New York. An answer to all parents’ travel woes, The Lil’ James program provides kids with an array of creative activities and services as well as recommendations for family-friendly destinations during your stay. The program eliminates planning and researching for parents by doing it for them, and allowing parents to them to relax and enjoy themselves. Some of the fun activities and amenities for your young traveler on offer, include a fun welcome James back pack filled with kid-friendly healthy snacks and beverages, a wide selection of books and board games, kid-friendly dining menus, milk and cookie turndown service, Nintendo Wii games, bikes and helmets for kids, coloring kit, and much more! With these services and amenities being available on request, leaves only one thing for parents to do, making a quick call to the hotel in advance to request the Lil’ James program before your arrival!

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Peninsula Hong Kong Academy

August 2, 2013
By: Elaine Lee

The Peninsula Hong Kong
The Peninsula Hong Kong
has rolled out a handful of experiential academy programs that fulfill the different types of experiences travelers may be searching for when visiting Hong Kong.“Traditions Well Served” are one of the several programs the Peninsula Hong Kong has on offer to their hotel guests. This particular course seeks to teach foreigners about the disappearing art of Hong Kong craftsmanship that was seem predominately during Hong Kong’s golden era of manufacturing through education and building awareness. Hotel guests and program attendees are able to meet current practitioners of these almost forgotten trades, and listen to their stories of their creative processes, in addition to being able to get a first-hand view of each craft, and finally being able to participate in making them as well. These trades include bamboo and flower display making, paper tearing artists, shadow puppet masters, lion dancers, even a lesson in how to make traditional female dress buttons.

 

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