Tag: luxury


Romance in Naples: Luxurious Romeo Hotel

Posted on March 21st, by andrea in Uncover, Unwind. No Comments

Overlooking the Amalfi Coast and Capri Island, Romeo Hotel provides a sanctuary in the inner ancient city of Naples. Designed by reknowned architect Kenzo Tange and Associates, every aspect of the hotel creates a unique, tasteful space that provides the utmost comfort for its guests. The impressive collection of artwork from well known artists such as Francesco Clemente, Lello Esposito, Sergio Fermariello,Mario Schifano, Gregorio Botta and Mimmo Paladino are displayed throughout the entire hotel. From the thoughtful selection of high quality Italian fabrics and furnishings to the cutting edge technology in each guest room, the hotel successfully blends sophisticated design with modern technology.

The guest rooms of Romeo Hotel are created to provide a private, tranquil space for you to unwind and rejuvenate even in the the bustling heart of Naples. The hotel’s largest and most luxurious Japanese Garden suite (from … Read More »



Peek Into The Marina Bay Sands Straits Suite

Posted on July 26th, by joanna in Uncover, Unwind. No Comments

The Marina Bay Sands – shaping the Singapore skyline. Pictures from the infinity pool and skypark can be found on every visitor’s facebook, but here we’ll like to show you what took our breath away: The Straits Suite

Enter your two-bedroom suit by private lifts, where a beautiful grand piano sits as the focal point in the living room

The living room is divided into two sections, each with their own TV.. No
More fighting over which channel to watch

A karaoke room!

The second, smaller bedroom. I like the slight turquoise colour scheme in this.

In the master bedroom, don’t judge by the size of the bed but what else is there. Not shown is the walk-in wardrobe, the mini gym, sauna, steambath and spa table.

The bathroom is HUGE! Just for the master bedroom, there are two bathrooms, both with tubs, showers and double … Read More »





UNPACKING:

-Act of leaving behind life’s burden, roles, expectations, responsibilities.

-Welcoming new knowledge, developing new relationships, people, new directions.

-Removal + releasing clutter, the unnecessary, negatives.

-Stripping set rules, perceptions, prenotions, assumptions, standards, and old habits.

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