Sometimes we need to pamper ourselves, take care of our mind and body, blow off some steam and give ourselves or the people we love a little treat. There are many ways to do that, but a really attractive one is staying in a very nice hotel room. We recently took a look at some of the best hotel rooms in Europe:

W Istanbul Hotel, Istanbul
All of the hotels belonging to the W hotel chain are known for their designer architecture and youthful atmosphere and the one in Istanbul is no different. It’s filled with wow-factor elements, like your own elevator that takes you to the sophisticated hotel room, a stylish bar that serves as a breakfast area in the morning or your own private garden with a cabana. Their most expensive room called the “Extreme Wow Suite” features a private elevator, Turkish hammam, a terrace overlooking the Bosphorus, your own DJ Booth, a retractable roof and three 42″ Flat Screen TVs.

Hotel Grande Bretagne, Athens
Hotel Grand Bretagne is in a world of its own and definitely falls into the top league of regional hotels. The most expensive room you can book is the “Royal Suite”, located on the 5th floor of the hotel. 400 square meters of space, iconic views of Athens, a stellar collection of original art, including a working antique piano and an extravagant private dining room that can host up to 16 guests is what you get for the price.

Budapest Corinthia Hotel, Budapest
Luxury comfort, modern elegance, and technology tie the offer at Budapest Corinthia together and make for an excellent package. The “Executive Suite” is a stunning space, measuring 70 square meters and featuring an expansive living room, two separate bathrooms, a bathtub, a shower and a walk-in wardrobe. Its unique interior design will meet the high requirements of the modern travellers, with edgy elements perfectly complimented by modern furniture and beautiful wooden floors. They say it is a “refreshing and utterly relaxing oasis”.

Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras, Slovakia
The Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras offers 98 spacious rooms and suites with mountain, lake or valley views. The elegant presidential suite embodies the essence of luxury with two bedrooms, two living rooms, a dining room and two stylish bathrooms. The suite covers nearly 200 square meters and is furnished with unique furniture and accessories from world-famous design studios. Gourmet clients will be looked after by the chef, who will prepare welcome morsels, a rich breakfast buffet, and supper with a collection of delicacies.

Seepark Hotel, Austria
The Seepark Hotel in Klagenfurt is a combination of excellent architecture, beautiful surroundings, and a solid congress offer. The best of the best at Seepark is the “Master Suite” that offers timeless luxury and a private rooftop terrace with wonderful views over Wörthersee lake. 100 sqm of space, 1 big living room, an extra bedroom and a private sauna make this the perfect getaway. If you don’t want to escape work there is even a private seminar room.

Falkensteiner Schlosshotel Velden, Austria
Ever since the hotel opened it has been the centre of social life for the rich and famous. The Kaiser Suite is the most exclusive suite at the Schlosshotel Velden with impressive living space, 2 bedrooms with separate bathrooms as well as a study and dining room. The grand private terrace with expansive lake views is the perfect place to relax while taking in the historical ambiance mixed with modernity of the 21st Century. It’s the little things that matter and the Kaiser suite is full of them, like the Nespresso coffee machine or the premium cosmetics in the bathroom.