A grand hotel is a large and luxurious hotel, especially one built in a traditional architectural style. More specifically, Grand Hotel may refer to:
Other articles related to "grand hotel, hotel":
... The Grand Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel in Vienna, Austria ... The hotel has a long history and tradition ... It was opened as the first Viennese luxury hotel in 1870 ...
... as well, and proceeded to developc all the properties together into the hotel that came to be known as the Grand Hotel ... The Grand Hotel had humble beginnings as Mrs ... Stephen, it turned into a 3-story 500-room hotel ...
... The Sapporo Grand Hotel is an historic hotel in the Chūō district of Sapporo, Japan ... while he was on a skiing trip, that the city needed a western-style hotel ... The Grand Hotel first opened its doors in 1934 and was at the time of its construction the tallest building in the city ...
... Armenia Kempinski Yerevan Hotel, Yerevan, Armenia (opening 2013) Austria Kempinski Das Tirol, Jochberg, Austria Palais Hansen Kempinski, Vienna, Austria (opening March ... Moritz, Switzerland Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneve, Geneva, Switzerland Le Mirador Kempinski, Lake Geneve, Switzerland Turkey Kempinski Hotel The Dome, Belek, Turkey Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay, Bodrum, Turkey Çırağan ...
... year he joined the original Broadway cast of Grand Hotel, replacing David Carroll as Baron Felix Von Gaigern due to health issues ... Delays in recording the Grand Hotel score led to Barrett also being featured on the show's cast album ... reprise the Baron role for the original West End production of Grand Hotel in 1992, as well as portray the Baron during the show's international tour ...
Famous quotes containing the words hotel and/or grand:
“They all see you when you least suspect.
Out flat in your p.j.s glowering at T.V.
or at the oven gassing the cat
or at the Hotel 69 head to knee.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Sebastian. He is drunk now. Where had he wine?
Alonzo. And Trinculo is reeling ripe. Where should they
Find this grand liquor that hath gilded em?”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)