Hotels from some of Expedia’s top trending destinations for July, 2014
For those of us who like to ski in style, this four star hotel is a great base on a Canadian ski adventure. With the Rocky Mountains at your back and picturesque pine trees all around, this beautiful building dates back to 1888 and could be mistaken for a castle, Canada-style.
Boutique hotels don’t get much better than this Italian gem. The four star Minervetta is famous for its seaside chic interiors and simply stunning views out over the Sorrento coastline. Expect bright nautical colour schemes, complimentary continental breakfast and terraces perfect for sundowner drinks.
Housed in what was once a warehouse that dates back to 1787, the Admiral Hotel occupies a prime position right on Copenhagen’s famous harbor. The hotel sits between the city and the Amalienborg royal residence, and has tastefully incorporated the warehouse’s wooden beams and stone walls into tasteful and modern spaces.
The tropical north of Queensland is a great spot to explore some of Australia’s most scenic landscape, but it does get hot. The City Oasis Inn is, as the name suggests, a spot to chill out and relax after a long day exploring. The family rooms and two bedroom apartments are great for groups.
A private beach, day spa, restaurants, bars and villas – what more do you need? One of the region’s first luxury hotels, the Furama Resort has something for everyone. Couples can bliss out in ocean view suites, kids can make themselves at home in the family rooms and groups can enjoy their private plunge pools in two and three bedroom villas.