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Preparing for Autumn in Europe
In the midst of peak season, the travel world isn't slowing down anytime soon. Less visited destinations like Switzerland and Portugal continue to grow in popularity and compared to last year, Iceland grew an astonishing 54%.
So, what does this mean? Keep traveling! We'll go over why autumn is the perfect time to travel and what's new with us, including the addition of a few new hotels.
3 Reasons to Travel to Europe in the Fall
With over six million visitors each year to the Louvre in Paris, the Mona Lisa in July can be packed. However, in the autumn, students are returning to school, families are preparing for the holidays, and many are back at the work place. While there will still be plenty of people in Autumn, you will find shorter lines and fewer crowds.
Nearly five million Americans take European vacations in May through August, so it can be difficult to find an inexpensive flight. During shoulder season, more options are typically available and for less. Our advise is you'll get more bang for your buck if you travel during fall, compared to summer.
Unlike hotels in the US, European hotels may not always have an air conditioner waiting for you in the midst of summer. In fact, the E.U. forces some regulations on companies to avoid air-conditioning for energy-efficiency purposes. If you are concerned about excessive heat, consider their departure in September or October when temperatures are cooler.
Introducing our New Fall Hotel Collection
The Regent Berlin, Berlin
The Regent is a five-star establishment that serves the luxury traveler. Whether it be tasty cocktails at the stylish Regent Bar or enjoying a rejuvenating massage at its spa, the Regent has it all, including gourmet dishes at its in-house restaurant, Fischers Fritz.
Regent Berlin is an eight-story, luxury, boutique hotel located in the historic Mitte district, only a few minutes walk to Brandenburg Gate. The hotel features a state-of-the-art gym, separate lady's and men's saunas, spa treatments including massage, an award-winning restaurant, a bar, afternoon tea, complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel and luxurious accommodations.
The Ashling Hotel, Dublin
Only five minutes from the city center, this four-star modern property overlooks River Liffey with fantastic views over Dublin's skyline. A restaurant, bar, free-wifi and meeting rooms are all available.
Ashling is an eight-story hotel located opposite Heuston Train Station. It is situated on the Luas Red Line, making it just five minutes by tram to the city center (or a 20-minute walk). The hotel overlooks the River Liffey and features contemporary accommodations, a restaurant, a lounge bar, meeting rooms and a multi-story car park.
Ambasciatori Hotel, Florence
Located in the heart of Florence, this modern four-star hotel embodies the city's elegance. All rooms are non-smoking and soundproof, so you will get the sleep you need during their travels with breathtaking views across Florence.
Ambasciatori is a five-story hotel located in the historic center, close to the train station and the basilica. The hotel features a lounge bar, a restaurant and comfortable accommodations.