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Five From Flickr: Our Favorite Flickr Members Share Their Photos

February 17, 2012 at 2:00 PM | by | ()

If you haven't looked at the HotelChatter Flickr Pool in quite some time, we strongly suggest you give it a look-see. It turns out our members are real jet-setters, staying in hotels around the world, some of which we can only dream of one day visiting. Thus we decided to ask a few "super-users" to tell us their Five Favorite Hotels and of course, share their glorious hotel snapshots with us too. First up, is Flickr member Corinna Witt.

1. Burj Al Arab Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Everyone knows this is the ultimate luxury hotel in the world and the only 7-star hotel. Guests of the 202 suites with a reception desk on every floor, enjoy butlers on call and a Rolls-Royce fleet.
(See Flickr photo: here.)

2. The Beverly Hills Hotel Beverly Hills, California
This beautiful luxury hotel of the Dorchester Collection is located on Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills and home to the rich and famous. Marylin Monroe lived in one of the bungalows for 6 months and the royal couple Prince William and Kate also stayed here in 2011.
(See Flickr photo: here.)

3. Jumeirah at Etihad Towers Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
The Jumeirah at Etihad Towers is a brand new addition to the Jumeirah Group. The hotel has fantastic views of the Arabian Gulf and Abu Dhabi Corniche and sets new standards for luxury hotels.
(See Flickr photo: here.)

4. The Delano Miami Beach, Florida
The Delano South Beach is known for its unconventional, art-deco styling and celebrity clientele. This art hotel was designed by Philippe Starck. Furniture and objects showcased in public areas include works by Gaudi, Dali, Man Ray and Mark Newson.
(See Flickr photo: here.)

5. Rocco Forte Hotel de Rome Berlin, Germany
A taste of Italian style in Berlin, the Rocco Forte Hotel de Rome welcomes it's guests in a former bank building which has been converted into a luxury hotel. The former jewel vault was turned into a Spa with 20-meter pool. Beautiful seasonal flower arrangements always greet guests when entering the lobby.
(See Flickr photo: here.)

[Photos: Corinna Witt. All rights reserved.]

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