Situated in a historic Roman building in the early twentieth century, Rome Style Hotel is an elegant 4 Star Superior boutique hotel with an innovative design. It blends the uniqueness and history with a touch of contemporary style.
Nestled in the heart of Rome, Rome Glam Hotel welcomes its guests in a modern and exclusive location. Warm, comfortable and bright rooms with contemporary furniture and conceived with special attention to detail.
In the heart of the historical centre of Rome, The Tribune Hotel welcomes its guest in a prime location and just steps away from Villa Borghese gardens, Via Veneto, and the main attractions of the Eternal City.
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Many of the gay bars & clubs are in the Kemptown area, a stretch along the seafront just east of the Palace Pier. It is a lovely old area, which is full of interesting buildings and terraces, as well as small cottages.
The Palace Pier
One of the most recognisable landmarks of Brighton, the Palace Pier – now called Brighton Pier has a rich history and first opened in 1899. Along the pier visitors find the quintessential British seaside fare, such as gaming arcades, rides, cafes and eateries. And plenty of twinkling lights.
The Royal Pavilion
Another landmark of the city, the Pavilion with its distinctive onion-shaped domes and minarets is a royal residence whose construction began in 1787, as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales, who became the Prince Regent in 1811. It is built in the Indo-Saracenic style prevalent in India for most of the 19th century. Inside you can admire some stunning salons and rooms, richly decorated.
The lanes are a picturesque and historical area of the city, characterised by narrow alleys and small squares, flanked by small shops and boutiques, as well as bars & cafes. For more eclectic and alternative shopping head to the North Lanes, which have a hippier edge.
The British Airways i360 is the newest attraction in Brighton and has been designed and engineered by the team responsible for the London Eye. It is also the world's first vertical cable car and the world's tallest moving observation tower. The platform brings visitors 162 metres high over the seafront promenade for some amazing views of the coast.
Bar Revenge is the Club Revenge’s little sister, transforming from a friendly attitude-free place to meet and chat to a lively pre-clubbing hot-spot, with a party vibe ’til late on the nights when her big sister isn’t open.