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flydubai, the afordable airline division of The Emirates Group, has been named „Low Cost Carrier of the Year” at the 2014 CAPA Awards for Excellence in Aviation, event held in Antwerp, Belgium. Here are some of the most important achievements of the Dubai-based company.
Venture down the rabbit hole and ask yourself: What is real and what is imagined? At Wonderland on Quantum of the Seas, the chefs twist their culinary kaleidoscopes to invent an elaborate dreamscape of never-before-seen fare.
The stylish Lantern rooftop bar in Singapore offers panoramic views of the Marina Bay waterfront and over the city’s skyline. This urban oasis is the coveted destination for the sophisticated chic where one can relish delectable gourmet snacks, accompanied with fine champagne, signature cocktails, wines and beverages. The Lantern is situated on the top of the famous The Fullerton Bay Hotel.
By partnering with Caschera, the distinctive Rome-based luxury cosmetics line founded by Paolo Caschera, Baglioni Hotels’ newest spa epitomizes luxurious Italian hospitality. Caschera has gained fame for its products, which are crafted from oils and natural ingredients to rejuvenate the skin by removing damaged cells. Combined with the stunning Milanese-design, the spa truly celebrates genuinely authentic Italian brands.
Gran Meliá Don Pepe Hotel in Marbella, Spain, presents the first MÖET & CHANDON Penthouse suite in the world. The purity of white, the elegance of black and the glamour of gold blend in this unique space for the guests to enjoy between champagne bubbles.
Art meets technology at The Dolder Grand Zurich. Over 124 pieces of art work are displayed there, all created by world luminaries such Joan Miro, Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali, which can now be browsed via an iPad application.
The famous pop artist Romero Britto has launched a new concept store of the biggest cruise ship in the world, Oasis of the Seas, by Royal Caribbean, giving the passengers the option to purchase souvenirs in limited edition.
A Roman hotel named after Russia? When it opened, between 1816 and 1819, the hotel was popular among Russian clients. They liked the mild Roman winters. The Romans called it L’Albergo di Russia. The name became Hotel de Russie when French took off among the aristocracy.
Oasis of cool Opening on September 1, 2014, Raffles Istanbul is the city’s most exciting new hotel; the perfect embodiment of the new young face of an ancient city and a beacon above the Bosphorus, an oasis of calm and cool.