Dubai is home to many of the world’s most impressive hotels, which can make the dazzling city seem like an intimidating place to visit if you happen to be the owner of a well-worn backpack instead of a well-worn, unlimited American Express card. But a wise traveler knows that, just like other alluring cities in the world, Dubai also has a shoulder season that can make your vacation much more affordable.
Fitzrovia: north of Soho, near bustling Oxford Street, sits central London’s hidden neighborhood. Home to louche, boho types in the late 19th century the Pre-Raphaelites and Oscar Wilde lounged in its bars.
The Famous Star Hotel in Moffat, Scotland which dates from the late 1700's, found its fame for being the world's narrowest hotel as mentioned in the Guiness Book of Records. At only 20ft wide and 162ft long The Famous Star Hotel may be narrow but it has a BIG personality. Situated in the centre of Moffat a beautiful southern Scottish town near Dumfries and Galloway in the central belt of Scotland.