5 stylish European city escapes to book. Whether you’re looking for otherworldly spas or instant cultural experiences

, these are city vacations you can explore right now and exciting new opportunities. Let’s get to the bottom of it.

Amsterdam for a lively nightlife

Panorama of Amsterdam. Famous canals und bridges at warm afternoon light. Netherlands.

Amsterdam is a popular destination for those seeking European city breaks, but this bustling Dutch city is known for its iconic art institutions, lively nightlife and UNESCO World Heritage-listed canal structures. It’s also a renowned destination in the fall and summer. The people are awesome and so friendly that it will make you want to visit this city to enjoy it without the crowds. Bars abound in the city – they are now allowed to reopen – but for different types of nightlife, the city’s museum night in November will see many impressive venues. Cultural events have been opening their doors until the early hours of the morning.

Visit Amsterdam

Located on the prime location of the Keizersgracht canal, The Dylan is still the mainstay of fashionable accommodation, offering a range of chic rooms, as does the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Vinkeles on the waterfront. Take a tour if you want to plan a getaway. The right address in Amsterdam: Staying overnight at the Dylan is one of the best boutique hotels in Amsterdam

, each room has classic features. An opportunity to disconnect during an overnight stay at these premium resorts.

Timeless Paris


New openings in the French capital have recently made Paris shine with its beautiful hotels. These include the 19th-century Cheval Blanc on the Seine owned by LVMH, which has been beautifully redesigned by architect Peter Marino, and the avant-garde hotel <

a href=”https://hoteldeuxgares.com/en/”>Les Deux Gares, whose interior design was conceived by British designer and minimalist master Luke Edouard Hall. Meanwhile, theBulgari Hotel is set to open soon in the Golden Triangle, unveiling a new property designed by Italian construction firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Parisian architect Valode & Pistre. Soho House

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recently opened a branch in Paris (Rome is next on the list).

Discover Paris and its history


was the former home of influential artist, poet and filmmaker Jean Cocteau, located in the trendy Pigalle Sud neighborhood. The luxurious Palace of Versailles

has just opened a hotel in the palace and former residence of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, just an hour from the centre of Paris, is also worth a visit. An address to know if you want to go on a trip to Paris. With many museums, a stroll through the alleys of the historic centre will be an opportunity to relax and spend a night in a chic room.

Copenhagen for award-winning cuisine


A must-see for foodie travelers, Copenhagen will be a superb weekend getaway But be sure to plan ahead to make sure you have a table reservation. This is, of course, the hometown of three-Michelin-starred Noma. René Redzepi’s legendary restaurant has been named the world’s best restaurant in 2021. If that’s not enough, the Danish capital is also proud of its second restaurant. Place on the same list (and three Michelin stars): the geraniums of Rasmus Kofoed, where food is akin to art. Located in trendy Vesterbro, the new Coco Hotel

is a chic boutique in the city with a focus on sustainability.

Gourmet Restaurant

This is the first hotel in the Copenhagen Food Group (Cofoco), a farm-to-table catering company based in the local community that currently has 14 restaurants in the city. Copenhagen’s legendary Norma restaurant is on every foodie’s list, followed by a cosy wine bed and a super stylish Coco Hotel where you can relax.4

The right place to book

Coco Hotel Café Coco is a relaxing oasis, where guests and locals alike can meet for coffee, drinks or

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u light meals. The opportunity for a great break in one of the most dynamic cities in Europe. The opportunity to take a short break in this romantic destination during a trip of a few days to disconnect and enjoy a moment of serenity. Strolling through these capitals for a short stay will allow you to fill up on unforgettable moments. Going away for a weekend is to discover many attractions, the treasures of the city in the middle of nature to recharge your batteries. A beautiful escape off the beaten track to fill up with energy during a weekend where the gastronomy will be at the rendez-vous.

REYKJAVIK, for an otherworldly well-being


For ethereal landscapes and an abundance of natural wonders, Reykjavik is one of the most dream-worthy city escapes. Those hoping to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights (perhaps a once-in-a-lifetime celestial experience, so if you can, then you probably should) should plan a trip to Iceland between September and March, when the nights are longest. For the most successful stargazing, however, it’s best to venture further out of town.

Unique trip to Iceland

Be sure to plan a trip to the spectacular new Sky Lagoon where a geothermal experience overlooking the North Atlantic and located near downtown Reykjavik awaits you. You can also dive in for an ultra-rejuvenating seven-step sensory ritual. Guests at Sky Lagoon

Reykjavik can enjoy a breathtaking view from the hotel’s sauna – through the largest single window in Iceland. Falling asleep on romantic trips in a grand hotel on a city break in Iceland will be an opportunity for an unparalleled escape. The opportunity to see new horizons during a short stay in the European capital.

Madrid, rich in art

Once the summer tourist season is over, Madrid’s charm becomes more evident, becoming the best time to visit in autumn and spring. The new opening near the Capital Art District offers an ideal base for exploring the local culture. The Ritz Mandarin Oriental in Madrid announced its award-winning redesign this year, showing a major, detailed renovation of the 110-year-old Belle Epoque palace in the Golden Triangle of Art – the <a href=”https://www.esmadrid.com/en/tourist-information/

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museo-del-prado”>Prado Art Museum is almost at its doorstep – and close to the city’s shopping district. A little further afield, but still a short walk from the Reina Sofia Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Rosewood’s Villa Magna has also recently reopened and been renovated by the luxury hotel group in collaboration with architects Ramón de Arana and Bar Studio to create an elegant urban oasis space.

Discover the art

This magnificent hotel has four restaurants – including Amós run by Michelin-starred chef Jesús Sánchez – and the elegant and emblematic Rosewood Spa. And as if to complement these new openings, Four Seasons has set up shop in the city centre. The property itself is an art destination, with a collection of nearly 1,500 works ranging from classics to contemporary works by emerging artists. But it’s not just new: At the other end of the spectrum, the city’s oldest hotel, Gran Hotel Inglés, dates back to 1886, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the city’s rich history.