Did you know that you can surprise someone with the whole world? Not literally, of course, but in the form of world traveler Dr Robert Richard Kiss’ book series about the most fantastic hotels of the world. He takes us to the most beautiful hotels of Hawaii, to the paradise of the Cocoa Island and to the onetime palaces of the Indian maharajas. The author shares his subjective opinion but you can definitely trust someone who has been to more than 160 countries! Join him on the journey to dream-world!
Let’s go to Hawaii! The name of the USA’s 50th state became the symbol of carefree relaxation. The author takes us to the famous hotels of Honolulu and the to the world’s biggest crater from Waikiki coast. He trains a dolphin in the Kahala Hotel of Oahu, then feeds sharks and also chaps hands with African penguins in the Hyatt Regency, in Maui. Meet the world of surfing, hula, fire dance, cave baseball in the magical hotels of Hawaii.
In ‘The real paradise’ chapter the author introduces tropical hotels with magnificent sea-shores, coconut palms and mysterious paths into the rain forests. He travels to a private island, lazes at a coral reef, finds the treasures of Bali and gets loose in Acapulco.
In ‘The most beautiful view’ chapter he collected hotels, which have rooms with breath-taking panoramas. From the top of Santorini you get to witness the deep blue waves of the sea and the other part of the island, which was divided into two parts after the explosion of the volcano. And when in Arizona, you can stay in hotel rooms with a view to the red rocks.
The ‘Design, luxury, creativity’ chapter is all about elegant and interesting hotels. There is a hotel in Arkansas made from a mill, the Fullerton in Singapore used to be a post-office, while the Widder in Zürich a city hall. You can still experience the onetime functions of these extraordinary hotels.
You can read about the Turkish top hotels of a Russian billionaire in the ‘Money, power, delusion’ chapter and about the hotel in Singapore, in which the entry of Asian guests was prohibited until 1930. The author also takes us to Balmoral, Scotland and the luxury citadel of Miami.
In this book, Dr Robert Richard Kiss introduces us to the 20 most magical suites on Earth. He put together the list based on his own experiences and the opinions of hotel professionals and guests. He is a Prima Primissima Award and Pulitzer Memorial Prize winning Hungarian journalist. He wrote five books on the fantastic hotels of the world and a book about the most beautiful islands on earth. His articles appear in newspapers, radio and television shows in five countries.
This book and the whole series are for all travel junkies and dreamers. You should definitely read the book if you want to know where celebrities, kings and head of states relax. A little curiosity never killed nobody! 😉
Source: Daily News Hungary