Saturday 27 May 2017

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SOMEWHERE SPECIAL, SOMEWHERE DIFFERENT

Looking for boutique hotels, luxury hotels, hotels with spas? You'll find them all on this unique website - and all are hotels that stand out from the crowd. What makes them special is what makes them different: each has a past that's unique, a present that's packed with character, and an appeal that's every bit as individual as you are. That's why it's our pleasure to present these distinctive hotels.

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FOOD & DRINK: Raise Your Glasses

...in this magnificent, 620-year-old wine cellar



The perfect accompaniment for fine food, which is on the menu at almost every hotel on our unique website, is what else but fine wine? You’ll find this at most of our properties, too. But none has a wine cellar quite like the one which lies deep below the Arlberg Hospiz Hotel, in Austria’s Tirol. The origins of this hotel – as a hospice, built to shelter travellers crossing the treacherous Arlberg massif – date back to the 1300s, and this impressive, large, stone, wine cellar is more than 600 years old.

Equally impressive is the award-winning collection of liquid jewels that it holds, which includes many extra-large, 12- to 18-litres bottles. These are filled especially for and at the request of the hotel, in the Imperial Russian tradition, and the pursuit of peak-of-perfection maturation.

Guests can not only enjoy their choice – or the sommelier’s recommendation - from the Arlberg Hospiz Hotel’s outstanding wine-list with their meal; wine-tastings by candlelight are also held in the age-old cellar. This is not an event to evade! The venue oozes atmosphere, the walls hum with history, and tasting exquisite wines is such a setting is truly a feast for all of the senses.


Wouldn’t you rather raise your glass somewhere really special?

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For six centuries, this was a hospice offering food, drink and a bed for the night to travellers crossing the Arlberg mountains.
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