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Everyone loves a great vacation, including you. Whether it’s enjoying the scenery, exploring the culture or partying in the night scene, you come to love the dream destination because of your experience of enjoyment and luxurious comfort while visiting the place. Do you want to stay somewhere a little bit different on your next holiday? Converted hotels is another growing trend: buildings that were once used as something completely different, now renovated and refurbished as a hotel. These unconventional buildings have been wonderfully converted into hotels, retaining the spirit of the original structure, while offering luxurious accommodations and modern amenities.

 

 Hotel Im Wasserturm, Cologne, Germany – a former water tower

Hotel Im Wasserturm Top 15 Converted Hotels

 Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Budapest, Hungary – a former palace

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Top 15 Converted Hotels

The Lighthouse, Llandudno, North Wales

The Lighthouse Llandudno Top 15 Converted Hotels

 Hotel Pulitzer, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Amsterdam, Holland – converted from two canal houses

Hotel Pulitzer Top 15 Converted Hotels

Krolewski Hotel, Gdansk, Poland – an ex-granary

Krolewski Hotel Top 15 Converted Hotels

Langholmen Hotel and Hostel, Stockholm, Sweden – formerly a prison

Langholmen Hotel Top 15 Converted Hotels

 Mandarin Oriental, Prague, Czech Republic – converted from a 14th-century Dominican monastery

Mandarin Oriental Top 15 Converted Hotels

Quinta Real Zacatecas, Zacatecas, Mexico – former use: bullring

Quinta Real Zacatecas Top 15 Converted Hotels

 Neemrana, Rajasthan, India – former fort palace

neemrana Top 15 Converted Hotels

Het Arresthuis, Roermond, Netherlands – former jail

het arresthuis Top 15 Converted Hotels

 Clink 78, London – former use: Courthouse

clink78 Top 15 Converted Hotels

 

 

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Posted September 5, 2013 by kitokinimi in Uncategorized

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