Luxury Hotels: Learn More About 5 Venues that Used to Be Royal Palaces

Luxury Hotels: Learn More About 5 Venues that Used to Be Royal Palaces ⇒ It is not uncommon to see certain locations that were once considered royal palaces to be converted into luxury hotels. In today’s article, PullCast Blog explores 5 distinctive hotels that were once upon the home to royalty but still remain the same historic character and grandiosity, whether speaking about architecture features or interior design.

 

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Luxury Hotels: Learn More About 5 Venues

Château Rhianfa, Wales

 

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This mini castle in Wales was designed by Sir John Hay Williams in the 1800s for him and his wife to live in. He was inspired by the Loire Valley Chateaux that he had seen while traveling and made sure to include stunning French elements into the design, which took over a decade to finish.

 

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Hungary

 

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It was in 1998 that the internationally acclaimed hotel chain, Four Seasons acquired the Gresham Palace in Budapest. Now benefiting from an Art Nouveau style, the restoration was a $110-million-worth project that was concluded with the assistance of numerous Hungarian artists, ceramists, and mosaicists, who shaped the hotels’ outstanding stained glass ceilings, two million-pieces mosaic flooring, among other impressive design features.

 

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Narain Niwas Palace Hotel, India

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In the 1920s, local ruler General Amar Singh built a lavish palace in Jaipur. Filled with extravagant art and furniture in the traditional color scheme of Rajasthani, the palace has been restored in an effort to keep its original style and to immerse guests into the olden days of the Raj.

 

Olissippo Lapa Palace Hotel, Portugal

 

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Built by the Count of Valenças in the 1800s in Lisbon, this now turned hospitality design venue used to be a center for aristocratic gatherings. In actuality, many of the building’s original architectural traits have been preserved, from the stained glass windows to a 170-year-old carpet in the Eça de Queiroz room.

 

Schönbrunn Palace, Austria

 

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The former residence of Emperor of Vienna is one of the most sought-after tourist attractions and luxury hotels in Austria. Now entitled the Schönbrunn Palace, it is decorated with magnificent marble statues, gilded furniture, and astounding imperial decor elements. One can book a stay at the palace for £1,000 per night.

 

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