Hotels

coffee_beans
Jan21
Melaleuca coffee
Melaleuca coffee-Mountain Cabin Premium Coffee

When it comes to premium hotel properties, guests should have a premium experience in their rooms, at the spa, and with every bite they eat or drink they sip. We’ve talked previously about using Melaleuca cleaning products at our properties, and now are excited to offer Melaleuca coffee at all of our hotels.

At some hotels, coffee is just coffee. But not at our properties. We don’t buy bland, tasteless coffee in bulk for ourselves, so why would we buy that awful stuff for our guests? Nope. We want them to enjoy every part of staying at our hotels, which is why gourmet coffee is a must.

Melaleuca coffee, officially called Mountain Cabin Premium Coffee, comes in seven gourmet blends. This premium coffee is fairly sourced from high-altitude farms all over the world, it is roasted in small batches, and sealed just minutes after roasting and packaging for premium flavor.

Melaleuca coffee also comes in convenient single-serve cups, which are compatible with the Keurig 2.0 coffee machines in all our hotel rooms. When you return to your hotel room after an exhausting day of sightseeing, or when you need energy after an early wake-up call, there’s nothing better than a hot mug of premium coffee. We’re pretty sure you will love the gourmet coffee from Melaleuca.

Just check out the different blends:

• The classic Organic Signature blend

• The tropical Organic Rainforest blend

• Exotic and rich Kona blend

• 100% Colombian Decaf blend

• Delicious flavored Hazelnut blend

• Hazelnut Decaf blend

• Decadent flavored Vanilla blend

We offer each one of these blends at every hotel, so that you can experience a variety of smooth, rich Melaleuca coffee flavors. If you want to experience a coffee unlike any other, then you will love trying Melaleuca coffee. It has an amazing aroma and a smooth taste, and we love how fresh and vibrant it is. We also love that Melaleuca believes in fair farming practices.

Learn more about the Melaleuca coffee we feature at our hotels.

best_hotels
Nov16

There are many hospitality brands that have created a degree of omnipresence across the world. These brands instill confidence, boast of luxury and the very thought of staying at one of their properties entice people from all walks of life. While some reputed chains are outright costly and often unaffordable for many, there are major chains which don’t charge much. Also, there are promotional deals, biddable offers and many kinds of discounts that can make your stay at one of the biggest chains of hotels in Europe reasonable, if not cheap.
Here are some of the biggest chains of hotels in Europe.
• Accor with its 2,345 hotels is easily the biggest. It has more than two hundred and fifty thousand rooms. It has consistently ranked as the undisputed leader among all chains of hotels in Europe. Accor is not just known for its sheer dominance and presence but also for its services. There are different kinds of properties and not just confined to the major cities but in the remote hotspots as well.
Best Western is the second largest chain of hotels in Europe, with more than thirteen hundred properties and close to a hundred thousand rooms. Best Western has various types of tariffs to offer. There are extremely affordable Best Western properties and then there are the elite ones which can cost a small fortune.
• Intercontinental Hotels Group accounts for more than five hundred and fifty hotels offering almost ninety thousand rooms. It has consistently ranked as the third largest chain of hotels in Europe.
• Groupe Du Louvre or Louvre Hotels Group (Concorde Hotels) has many more hotels than the Intercontinental Hotels Group, with almost a thousand, but it has fewer rooms in those properties. The group has less than seventy thousand rooms available across Europe.
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has around two hundred fifty hotels but it has a staggering fifty one thousand and five hundred rooms to offer.
• Next is NH Hotels with three hundred and fifty six hotels and a little more than fifty one thousand rooms.
The other popular chains of hotels in Europe are Whitbread Hotels & Restaurants, Melia International, Hilton Worldwide and Tui Hotels & Resorts with six hundred, two hundred, one hundred eighty and one hundred sixty hotels. All these four chains offer more than forty thousand rooms each across Europe.