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Blog Category: Hotels

Michelle says: “Hotels thrill me; I love the whole experience – the coming and going, the anonymity, the celebrations, the encounters, the travel, the just-passing-through.”

“As a luxury hotel photographer I am continuously visiting hotels, and occasionally I want to share a first-hand experience in a blog post. It may be about an Argentinian hotel´s spectacular flower arrangements, a legendary Sunday brunch in Los Angeles, the irresistible walled gardens of an Irish castle, or blissful, state-of-the-art spa installations in northern England. If a hotel inspires me, I hope it will inspire you too.”

The Wellesley Hotel, London
The Oberoi Rajvilas
The Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, San Francisco, California, USA.
The Oberoi Hotel, Mauritius
Finca Cortesin, Casares, Malaga, Andalucia, Spain.
La Maison Blanche Tangier Hotel, Kasbah Tangiers, Morocco
The ME hotel Madrid
Hotel Palacio Carvajal Girón
The Amanjena Hotel, Marrakesh, Morocco
Hotel Capella, Singapore.
Hayman Island Hotel, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Villa Kennedy, Frankfurt, Germany
The Fairmont Zimbali Lodge and Resort, Durban, South Africa
Sofitel Le Louise, Brussels, Belgium
Hotel La Val, Brigels, Surselva, Switzerland.
Casa Numero 7, Seville, Spain
The Pearl Farm Resort, The Phillipines
The Ritz Carlton Arts Hotel, Barcelona, Spain
Park Hotel Vitznau, Lake Lucerne, Switzerland
Napa River Inn, California, USA


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