It’s the shortest day of the year (which also means the longest night, of course!). To send you off with sweet dreams tonight, and throughout the holiday season, let us introduce you to the newest at White Line Hotels, Le Chalet Zannier.
There are moments when that indescribable Swedish air around things becomes less allusive, when you can almost pinpoint the qualities that makes these things so deliciously…well…Swedish. Maybe you know exactly what I’m talking about? It’s a mix best clumsily described as gloomy and sublime, what you feel during an Ingmar Bergman film, or listening to ABBA’s The Winner Takes It All. You could also call it a mix of sweet, sour, bitter, and just a little bit salty, which, coincidentally, is exactly how Gothenburg restaurant fond introduces their autumn menu.
Yes, 2011 is winding down, but White Line Hotels isn’t resting yet from searching out where you can find the most elusive luxury of all when traveling — feeling human. When traveling to large urban centers such as Munich, that particular luxury can seem even harder to find. But don’t give up just yet! Allow us to introduce to you Hotel München Palace.
A big congratulations to Laura Andrea Orlando for tip about Verdens Mindste Kaffebar! It was a winner!
We had so many fab hints and tips that we sent them off to the best judges we could think of, the true locals at White Line Hotels Edit Avenue Hotel. Laura’s going to get a weekend away at the Avenue and Pollish & Pollish XXS lamp from our partners at Design By Us.
Keep your eyes open for our next contest, and in the meantime, start making your mental notes for you next trip to Copenhagen — you won’t get better tips than these:
The festive season will make nostalgic fools out of most of us, and I reckon even cutting edge minimalists don’t stand a chance in Vienna. And why even resist when the old-world charm is presented with such elegance and proper Austrian poshness? Relax, take it in, and let the smell of fresh coffee, the sound of horses’ hooves on the cobbled streets, the sight of mink coats and hats at every corner — the most stylish of which undoubtedly from White Line Hotels’ Collaborator Mühlbauer Hutmanufaktur — not to mention the Christmas markets and a pre-dinner tipple of Glühwein at the renowned Café Bräunerhof, lull you into submission. Good job there was no snow or we would have become hysterical with pleasure and gratitude.