Hilton The Hague

The Hilton The Hague is located inside the former PTT main office dating of the 1950´s, located on the corner of Zeestraat and Scheveningseveer/Mauritskade right next to the Panorama Mesdag (A museum housing a 360 degree view of the seaside and dunes at Scheveningen in 1881). This location is close to the Peace Palace and the embassies of the different countries in The Hague as well as the city centre with the Paleis Noordeinde (Dutch Royal Palace), the Binnenhof (It houses the meeting place of both houses of the States General of the Netherlands, as well as the Ministry of General Affairs and the office of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands.) and the Gevangenpoort.
It’s also an ideal destination to travel to via the new Benelux train, which offers 4 direct trains a day between Brussels and The Hague.

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HOTEL REVIEW | Crowne Plaza London Kensington

The Crowne Plaza London Kensington is one of the few hotels I stayed at multiple times, once with Timothy and once with my sister. It’s a modern and comfortable hotel located in some old townhouses giving it a more intimate atmosphere. The location is also superb. It’s situated in Kensington so a bit calmer than the centre of London, but located on a walking distance from the Kensington museums, Harrods and Kensington palace. Thanks to its proximity to Gloucester Road tube station you can enjoy an excellent connectivity to all parts of London on the Circle, District and Piccadilly lines, the latter even providing direct connections to Saint Pancras International station and Heathrow airport for international arrivals and departures

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HOTEL REVIEW | InterContinental Malta

After a smooth flight on Lufthansa we were swiftly transferred from the airport to the hotel. Upon arrival our bags were handled by the hotel staff while we were brought straight up to the Club lounge (because we had booked a club room) where we would be checked in while having a drink. This probably was smoothest arrival experience I’ve had up to date, having a cup of tea at my hotel within an hour of landing in the country. Continue reading