Resort, Spa, Spa & Resort, Hotel -2605 Kaanapali Parkway, Lahaina, Hawaii, HI 96761, United States of America, 2605 Kaanapali Pkwy, Lahaina, Hawaii, HI 96761, United States, 2605 Kaanapali Pkwy, Kaanapali, HI 96761, USA (On Ciao since: 03/2009)
Sheraton Ivory Pillowcase A classic stripe is subtly woven into this luxurious Ivory Oxford style pillowcase. Beautifully soft to the touch the...... more
Sheraton Ivory Pillowcase A classic stripe is subtly woven into this luxurious Ivory Oxford style pillowcase. Beautifully soft to the touch the Sheraton Pillowcase is made from 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sateen, with a gentle shimmering finish. Reverse: A plain Ivory 200 thread count cotton percale.
Vanessa Henman, a plucky but accident-prone white writer, flies out from London to Uganda for an African writers' conference. She also means to visit her former...... more
Vanessa Henman, a plucky but accident-prone white writer, flies out from London to Uganda for an African writers' conference. She also means to visit her former cleaner, Ugandan Mary Tendo, now the successful Executive Housekeeper of Kampala's up-market SheratonHotel. But Mary has her own agenda.
Vanessa, a writer, flies to Uganda for a conference. She means to visit her ex-cleaner Mary, now the Housekeeper of the SheratonHotel. Mary has...... more
Vanessa, a writer, flies to Uganda for a conference. She means to visit her ex-cleaner Mary, now the Housekeeper of the SheratonHotel. Mary has her own agenda: her son is missing. Vanessa sets off alone to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to see the gorillas. But she quarrels with her driver and a war closes in from the Congo. Can anyone save0 her?
Escape society: that's been the motivating dream of books from Henry David Thoreau's Walden to Alex Garland's The Beach but in Herbert Ypma's Hip...... more
Escape society: that's been the motivating dream of books from Henry David Thoreau's Walden to Alex Garland's The Beach but in Herbert Ypma's Hip Hotels: Escape it's not just a dream. Interior design expert (and author of Hip Hotels: City) Ypma tracks down photographs and meticulously records over 40 hotels around the world that will, in his opinion, provide a real escape from the pressures of modern life.For some, escape means roughing it in nature--climbing a mountain, trekking with a backpack. Ypma's idea of escape is more sophisticated. The best escape locations, he writes, "amplify the attractions of their setting" and enable us to recognise "man's ability to enhance the beauty of a beautiful place." It's no surprise, then, that the hotels Ypma chooses don't have the conventional feel of a Hilton or Sheraton; many are family-run and all are unique. At Amandari, on Bali, guests don't get a room, they get a house positioned along walkways that echo the arrangement of a traditional Balinese village. At the Ice Hotel in Sweden, glasses and beds are literally made out of ice. It's important to the author that the hotels he describes have been constructed with ecological sensitivity: most, like the log cabins of Dunton Hot Springs in Colorado, are built from local materials and their food and design reflect local culture.The hotels are listed in alphabetical order by country. Addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and room rates (in local currencies) are provided. Despite their relatively small sizes, France, Great Britain, and Italy get the most attention; combined they have 13 hotels to North America's five, South America's two and Australia's one. Ympa's luscious, detailed photographs accompany equally descriptive text that's rich in cultural detail and literary reference (Carey on Australia, Chatwin on Chile). The author has a habit of mentioning the stars, actors, media and entertainment types who have vacationed at each hotel. This may grate some nerves but it also points to a shift in travel patterns; as travel becomes less exclusive, it's not only the stars who get the chance to combine luxury with environmental awareness in their choice of escape destinations. --Tamsin Todd
Best and Worst Travels: (An Anecdotal Exploration by an Upper Middle Class Adventurer, Traveling to Old and New Worlds, Desiring Comfort, Safe: (An ... Heat & Cold, and Shelter for the Night) - Ramon Carver
Best and Worst Travels Carver writes in a style not unlike Bill Bryson, candidly regaling readers with tales of his worst experiences ("Some of the worst were...... more
Best and Worst Travels Carver writes in a style not unlike Bill Bryson, candidly regaling readers with tales of his worst experiences ("Some of the worst were worse than others.") as well as the best: "I enjoyed a great Abercrombie & Kent trip to China because it was a great adventure, a great itinerary, a great tour group with a great tour director, great hotels (except for a noisy Sheraton in Guilin), great weather, a... Full description
Advantages: Good facilities with execellent services Disadvantages: A bit expensive comparing to other hotels in Karachi and No clubbing and Pud :(
...I stayed in Karachi for like a month but stayed in Sheraton Hotel for only 7 days but still is was fun and relaxing.
Karachi Sheraton Hotel is the best 5 star hotel in Karachi and the only internationally managed five star hotel in Pakistan. Just 17 kilometers from Quaid-e-Azam International Airport, the Sheraton Hotel its next to Karachi gymkhana and PC Hotel which are other Karachi's famous...
Advantages: Very welcoming, clean, lovely view Disadvantages: no bath in our room.
...When it was beautiful weather last summer a friend of mine asked if I would like a night away with her as a treat. This really was a lovely one off and we decided it would be lovely to go to the seaside. We opted for Llandudno as we have both travelled here a few times and have happy memories. We also thought that there would be plenty of sights for us to see. We chose this hotel after reading...
Advantages: Clean, basic, reasonably priced, well-situated Disadvantages: Could be better decor in rooms, buffet a bit hit and miss
...When our coach pulled up outside the back of Hotel Ternopil, I saw a large impersonal hotel, which looked like it had no charm or individuality, a throwback from the Soviet era. My first impressions were not entirely inaccurate, but the hotel is well situated, by Lake Ternopil, and has had a good re-vamp.
Whilst the outside of the hotel, which is in good condition, does look unappealing...
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