Staircase at the Bristol Palace Hotel - Genoa, Italy. The rooms have been recently renovated and soundproofed, with modernized bathrooms, but the rooms still retain their period furnishings and classic air.
Peckforton Castle, Cheshire, UK The medieval-style castle was built in the mid-19th century, was turned into a hotel in 1988, and now has 48 individual guest rooms. On the castle grounds, try your hand at falconry, archery, rappelling, and ropes courses.
Restaurant Le Basilic, Montmartre, Paris, France, If you're staying in Montmartre, this little quaint restaurant is a treat. A 19th century small hotel, wood beams, brick and hearth are preserved. It's not haute cuisine but a reasonably priced very good French fare in a charming setting in the heart of the old village.
Pool at the Hotel Caruso, Ravello, Italy - this is consistently ranked the most beautiful pool in the world, and I can testify that it is even more amazing in real life. The ruins and pillars you see behind the pool are from the 11th century and now make up the pool bar/restaurant. #travel
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"the Boscolo Budapest’s greatest draw is the New York Café, a traditional coffeehouse of muraled ceilings and gilded columns that was at the forefront of Budapest’s café scene at the turn of the 19th century."