The hotel group extends its popular 'World Treats Rate' until the end of September.
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY – Worldhotels has redefined luxury: For the international hotel group a luxury stay is no longer just about opulence and a treat only privileged guests can enjoy. It is an experience for all senses, starting from hotels that create a lifestyle of its own, to service that goes beyond meeting practical needs and hotels that are more than just homes away from home.
Until 30th September, guests seeking to discover Worldhotels’ definition of luxury can benefit from its ‘World Treats Rate’. This special offer comes with breakfast and 1.000 frequent flyer miles and can be booked for a minimum stay of two nights at worldhotels.com/world-treats or any other booking channel. The rate is available at selected hotels, including:
Angleterre Hotel, St. Petersburg, Russia
The former home of various Russian writers and poets is famous for its prime location right on St. Isaac’s Square, overlooking the same-named Cathedral. Each of its 193 guest rooms blends modern designs with traditional luxury amenities and boasts stunning views of the city’s historic district.
The Carlton Tel-Aviv, Israel
Famous for its prestigious beach location and its rooftop swimming pool, the Carlton Tel-Aviv is the perfect base for a luxurious stay in Israel’s capital. The five-star hotel is a proud winner of the 2012 World Travel Awards and offers haute cuisine at its three restaurants, including its popular Carlton on the Beach.
Grand Hotel Rica, Oslo, Norway
First opened in 1874, the Grand Hotel Rica has by now become a landmark of its own and is well known for its collection of Norwegian and international art works.
Photo caption: Angleterre Hotel, St. Petersburg.
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