Hotel Café Royal, London enjoys an unrivalled setting, where the elegance of Mayfair, energy of Soho and sophistication of St. James combine. It's where history, culture, business and the stage are just steps away. That's one reason why, for 150 years, people who make a difference have made their way through these doors. For Oscar Wilde and Muhammad Ali, Winston Churchill and David Bowie Café Royal has always been the vibrant living room of London, the place to convene, converse and celebrate.
Located in the Museum Square district, the true heart of Amsterdam, the Conservatorium is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with graceful, contemporary design. Guests enjoy a selection of restaurants, a bar, lounge and the 1,000 sq m Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre. In this vibrant and elegant setting, the city's crown jewels – the Van Gogh Museum, Concertgebouw, Rijksmuseum, Vondelpark and Amsterdam's most indulgent shopping – are literally at your doorstep. For culture and for business, it's a location like no other.
When the Boucicaut family opened the first modern department store, they changed how Parisians, and then the world, do their shopping. Once they had transformed retail commerce, their decision to innovate hospitality was almost an afterthought. Their store was such a runaway success, that their many suppliers, bringing luxuries from afar, needed a comfortable place to spend the night. The board of 'Le Bon Marché' decided to open a modern, palace-inspired, luxury hotel in Paris, directly across from their famous store. Following a complete renovation and restoration, the Lutetia re-opened in July 2018 as a founding member of The Set hotels.
The Mamilla Hotel is Jerusalem, old and new, sacred and social, last millennium and next. Literally at the crossroads of the city's celebrated past and future, Mamilla is a short stroll from the Old City walls and Jaffa Gate, as well as the capital's newest gardens, galleries and theaters. Jerusalem's legendary shopping is also close at hand, since it begins right here, at the gateway to historic Mamilla Avenue.