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Reviews of hotels and resorts that make great pre-/post-cruise destinations!
Four Seasons Gresham Palace Budapest
Saturday, November 22, 2014 2:08:30 AM































In 2004, Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest made its debut as one of the newest historic treasures in the company’s European portfolio. Located on the banks of the Danube River at the foot of the Chain Bridge, the property is the rebirth of the city’s century-old Gresham Palace, acclaimed as one of the world’s finest Art Nouveau buildings with its soaring winter gardens, grand staircases, stained glass, mosaics and ironwork. After a two year $110-million restoration, the 179-room Hotel is a dedicated historical landmark that combines the luxurious comforts of the 21st century with the elegance of the past. A spa and fitness center, an indoor pool, the café and restaurant, the Bar and Lobby Lounge and meeting space round out the guest experience.
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Intercontinental Hotel New York Times Square
Friday, November 21, 2014 6:54:08 AM
Intercontinental Times Square
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Rising 36 stories above the New York skyline, the InterContinental New York Times Square is in the heart of the world-famous Theater district – the epicenter of the theatre, dining, fashion, media, and business worlds. The Intercontinental makes for a great pre-/post-cruise property thanks to its central location and comfortable accommodations. The hotel has 607 guestrooms and suites that deliver panoramic views over Times Square, the Hudson River and the city via floor-to-ceiling windows and large spa-inspired bathrooms with walk-in rain showers.

Situated in the Times Square neighborhood, the hotel brings the InterContinental touch to one of New York City’s most popular areas. Located on Eighth Avenue and 44th street, the hotel is close to thousands of restaurants including those on “Restaurant Row” and the Times Square office district with leading media, law, fashion, publishing and financial companies. Adding to the neighborhood diversity, the hotel borders the Clinton district also known as historical “Hells Kitchen.” Known for its Off Broadway theaters, chic restaurants, trendy bars and home to a number of broadcast and music-recording studios, Clinton provides a fascinating detour for guests.
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W Hotel Fort Lauderdale
Thursday, September 11, 2014 9:33:40 AM
We booked a "Fabulous Room" at the W Hotel Fort Lauderdale for a one-night post-cruise stay after disembarking Carnival Breeze in Miami. We arrived at the hotel around 10:30am and, of course, our room was not ready for occupancy. We left our luggage with the Bellman and used the time to explore the property. The hotel "lobby", or what W refers to as "The Living Room"
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Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Copenhagen
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 5:48:55 AM
When we booked our Junior Suite at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, we had no idea about the hotel's history. When the hotel opened in 1960, it was the tallest building in the Nordic area and the largest hotel in Scandinavia. The hotel was the creation of Danish architect Arne Jacobsen and is a prominent example of Danish modernist architecture. Unlike many architects, Jacobson had his hand in nearly every detail of the building, including the furnishings. From the outside, you would not even give the hotel a second look today, but during the era when it was built, this hotel was a big deal, and is even enrolled in the book of fame of international architecture.
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The Milestone Hotel - London
Sunday, June 01, 2014 6:42:07 AM
The Milestone Hotel ReviewWhenever we sail from Portsmouth, Harwich or Southampton, we always try to spend a few days in London. London is one of our top five favorite pre-/post-cruise cities in the world. You can easily spend four or five days exploring what London has to offer. On our most recent cruise from Portsmouth, we unfortunately only had two nights to enjoy in London. So, we wanted to make it something really special. We chose The Milestone Hotel for its 5-star reputation and history of excellent service. Everything we read about this historic hotel in advance was positive...and accurate.
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