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Queen Elizabeth II’s Travel Legacy: Iconic Stays at World’s Finest Hotels

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Interest in the life of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom is growing following her passing.

Here are three beautiful hotels from around the world that she loved.

1. Huka Lodge, Taupo, New Zealand

Queen Elizabeth was a regular patron at Huka Lodge, located on the banks of the Waikato River on the North Island of New Zealand.

Huka Lodge is one of the oldest and most enticing luxury lodges in New Zealand. It boasts a majestic interior, a high-end restaurant, excellent wine, and a breathtaking natural environment.

2. Waldorf Astoria in New York City, USA

The Waldorf Astoria was a landmark in New York City and once a symbolic hotel where the city’s upper crust gathered.

This legendary New York hotel was also a favorite spot for celebrities. Though it has disappeared into history, it has been reborn as a condo.

The two-bedroom Royal Suite at the Waldorf Astoria was reportedly specially designed for royalty. Located on the top floor, it was modeled after the royal estates on the outskirts of Paris.

The hotel exudes elegance, adorned with gold-accented woodwork, champagne-colored Italian silk, vintage mahogany molding, and a carefully curated collection of luxurious artworks.

3. Raffles Hotel, Singapore

The Raffles Hotel is one of the most iconic heritage hotels in Singapore. When Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip last visited in 2006, they stayed in one of the hotel’s two presidential suites, the Sir Stamford Raffles Suite.

The luxurious suite features a large balcony overlooking the hotel’s serene palm court and Raffles’s iconic porte-cochère (a covered carriage entrance leading into a courtyard).

Daniel Kim
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