3 Hotels for the Winter

Sunday, December 8, 2013
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The magical world of snow. Growing up reading about fairy tales and the lion, the witch and the wardrobe always gives you a sense of a far away land when we think of snow and icy mountains. The research has started for the season for hotels for the winter, which can last up to March in some countries and some, all year round. We kept it short and simple. A far far away land such as Switzerland and a perfect place to watch the northern lights in Iceland and a dreamy castle in Ireland where all magic and dreams do come true.

Here are 3 hotels for the winter you can chose from. Some of our favorites.

1. Le Crans Hotel & Spa in Switzerland

7 different room categories bohemian luxury style, panoramic views, 6 delicious restaurants to chose from and a thermal pool with an incredible spa menu!


2. ION Luxury Adventure Hotel – Iceland

A perfect place to capture the Northern Lights and in a great location in the Thingvellir National Park. Best person to contact is our expert Robert Robertsson.


3. Lough Eske Castle, a Solis Hotel & Spa – Ireland

There is not other way to stay than a castle, ( or perhaps B&B) in Ireland. A B&B is a brilliant way, yet we have to try that out one day! For now, this magnificent castle make you just dream away.


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