Many tourists visit Europe for everything it has to offer. As a result, it boasts a wide variety of hotels. Some of the best have a long and rich history of providing luxurious accommodations to tourists.
One of the top hotels in Europe is France’s Les Fermes de Marie, located in Megeve, Rhone-Alpes. First opening in 1989, it includes nine chalets that the hotel’s owners found in nearby Alpine pastures. With nine cottages recreated, the hotel boasts 70 guest suites and rooms. Services offered at Les Fermes de Marie include a ski-shop and three restaurants. It also has a luxury spa for guests to indulge in ultimate relaxation. Guests even have access to outdoor hot tubs. The smallest chalet the hotel has is Mont Blanc. The suite boasts a private garden and a sitting room complete with a fireplace.
The La Reserve Paris Hotel and Spa was repurposed as a hotel after previously serving as the home of Pierre Cardin, a millionaire resident of the City of Lights. The hotel boasts spectacular antiques and includes a gilded library. Persian rugs cover the floors, and the beds are made up with luxury linens. The luxury doesn’t stop with the linens; bathrooms in this hotel feature white marble, and each room is soundproofed, providing guests with comfortably quiet accommodations. Many members of high society have made this hotel their go-to meeting place.
With a 160 year history behind it, London’s Claridge hotel is among the best. The Front Hall includes an elegant marble floor. In previous times, the hall was used as a place for horse-drawn carriages. The guest rooms have bathrooms decorated in marble art decor. Tea and breakfast lovers will find this hotel delightful as it is well known for both!
In Ireland, those looking for additional luxury often stay at the Ballyfin. This neoclassical house covers 614 acres of pristine land with plenty of activities. On the grounds of the hotel lie a walled garden, water cascade, and lake. Inside the hotel is a reception room boasting various paintings and antiques. Guests can pamper themselves in one of the hotel’s treatment rooms or its indoor pool.
These are just a few of the top hotels in Europe, and there are plenty more hotels for visitors to choose from.