Now that you've seen all the hot hotels on our Top 10 Hot European Hotels list, here are a few more sizzling places to spend the night.
Hotel Goldener Hirsch
While a former fifteenth-century inn might seem an odd choice for a hot hotel list, the Hotel Goldener Hirsch is proof that...Read the full review.
This intimate, sixteen-room hotel is located in the center of historic Vienna, a mere two minutes from St. Stephen's Cathedral. The hotel is owned by chef/actor Robert Hollman, and he makes a point of serving each guest a personal breakfast: no generic buffet here! Whether you want to relax in the spa, peruse the hotel's library, sip a glass of complimentary tea or liquor, or play a game of Scrabble in the lounge (with its fireplace and piano bar), you'll feel welcome here.
Opened in March 2007, this hotel sits atop a cliff overlooking the Adriatic Sea, 30 meters above Miramare Bay, with spectacular views of the sea from every room, all of which are equipped with the latest technology. A true sanctuary for those seeking a little R&R, the hotel embodies a Mediterranean feel, from its panoramic sea views to its refined chic-art concept organic materials. The hotel is within walking distance to shops, historical sights and monuments. Relax on the hotel's beach complete with its own bar and restaurant.
Four Seasons Hotel Prague
Some hotel groups remain perennially in vogue, and the Four Seasons is one of them. Located on the banks of the Vltava...Read the full review.
Situated in the quiet residential area of South Kensington, Blakes is the brainchild of Anouska Hempel, who wears two hats: hotelier and internationally renowned designer. A haven for the glitterati, this is still a great place to stay for mere mortals, too. Think decadence: rich velvets, rare silks, mother-of-pearl furniture and trompe l'oeil walls. Relax in your European King sized four-poster bed and dine on original Asian-inspired food at the renowned Blake's Restaurant.
The Langham collection debuted with its flagship London location back in 1865, and there's a good reason this hotel...Read the full review.
As Janelas Verdes
Located in the historic center of Lisbon, this former eighteenth-century palace was once the home of novelist José Maria Eça de Queiroz. Situated next to the art museum and near the Tagus river, As Janelas Verdes — meaning "Green Windows" — has a warm, romantic atmosphere, combining antique furniture with modern comforts. Despite the throwback to a bygone era, the hotel still offers hi-tech amenities, including wireless Internet access in all rooms.
Hotel Casa Morisca
Dating back to the fifteenth century, this little gem was named for the Muslims who settled in Granada after the...Read the full review.
This picturesque 1892 landmark, located on a small island off the west coast of Sweden, was once the summer...Read the full review.
A fifteen-minute boat ride from the center of Stockholm takes visitors to this hotel/restaurant/conference center...Read the full review.
The Dolder Grand
Situated high above Zurich in a lush forest setting, this elegant Belle Époque landmark offers expansive views of the city...Read the full review.
Forty-two guest rooms and seven suites in nine historic townhouses comprise this unique combination of historic...Read the full review.
(Updated: 10/04/13 CT)