Hotel Bars and Restaurants

Cosimo Commisso lists some must-try bars and restaurants housed within the world’s top boutique hotels From South Korea to France, there’s an incredible amount of beautiful boutique hotels out there — so how to narrow them down? If you’re a foodie, I’m making it easier for you: plan your next trip around one of these world-class hotels that are also home to some amazing bars and restaurants!

Nest Hotel — Incheon, South Korea

nesthotel Nest Hotel is as technologically innovative as it is harmonious with nature, designed to balance those two extremes by incorporating progressive movement into its design in a way that complements the nearby Yellow Sea. The KUNST lounge on the lobby level is a great hangout space, complete with a library area, coffee bar and more. / www.nesthotel.co.kr

La Maison Champs Elysées — Paris, France

lamaisonchampselysees This quintessential Parisian hotel is home to La Table du 8 Restaurant, which is surrounded by a romantic terrace and offers classic French dishes. My recommendation: the “Terrine de canard.” Also check out the hotel’s Cigar Bar! / www.lamaisonchampselysees.com

LOISIUM Wine and Spa Resort Langenlois — Langenlois, Austria

LOISIUM[caption id="attachment_551" align="aligncenter" width="474"]LOISIUM Wine & Spa Resort Südsteiermark, SHO, Ehrenhausen, Steiermark, Österreich LOISIUM Wine & Spa Resort Südsteiermark, SHO, Ehrenhausen, Steiermark, Österreich[/caption] Yes, there is such a thing as a resort devoted to the art and culture of wine — and it has a spa, to boot. This renowned Austrian hotel is a must-see for wine lovers, as the culinary team has crafted an innovative menu based entirely on the beloved elixir. Spend evenings in The Holl bar and wine library, which overlooks the lush vineyards outside. / www.loisium.com

LOISIUM Wine and Spa Resort Südsteiermark — Southern Styria, Austria

Sister hotel to the Langenlois location, this hotel is considered an essential part of the Southern Styrian experience. Sommeliers are present throughout the property, offering personalized advice to visitors of all levels of wine expertise — who, by the way, will fall in love with the hotel’s LOISIUM Weinclub Bar, which boasts a panoramic view of the grounds. / www.loisium.com

The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon — Tokyo, Japan

gateHotel Located on the 13th floor of The Gate Hotel Kaminarimon, the R Restaurant & Bar gives guests an incredible 360-degree view of the Asakusa district in sparkling downtown Tokyo. The menu is comprised of French fusion cuisine — which, thanks to the restaurant being open 24 hours a day, can be enjoyed at literally any hour. / www.gate-hotel.jp

Factory Hotel — Muenster, Germany

factoryhotel This building, which contains a landmarked brewery, is a must0see for any visitors to Muenster. Overlooking a gorgeous lake and surrounded by the buzz of shops, restaurants and clubs, the brewery at the Factory Hotel is known to host poetry slams and jazz performances in its Live Club or in the basin. There’s also the nightclub in the brewery basement for those who love to dance until sunrise. / www.factoryhotel-muenster.de

Le Roch Hotel and Spa — Paris, France

leroch-hotel. The restaurant in this impeccable Paris restaurant is second to none. Make your reservation to experience the handiwork of Michelin-starred chef Arnaud Faye: traditional, botanical-inspired French dishes that are meant to be shared. / www.leroch-hotel.com Bon appetite!

Cosimo Commisso

Cosimo Commisso’s love for food started from an early age as he learned by his Grandmothers side. She did not have a fancy cooking school diploma on her wall, yet she was taught by her own Calabrese Grandma. Cosimo Commisso’s cooking skills have slowly but surely been perfected over the years so much so that this website is his first attempt to document and compile enough recipes for his first cooing book. Salute!    

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