Unusual Destinations and Magical Apartment Names
Once upon a time, the people of Citybase Apartments found a wonderful array of fantastical names of destinations, serviced apartments, and attractions. Here are unusual destinations and magical apartment names that should definitely be on your to-do list.
Pamukkale or Cotton Castle is a naturally made site in the Aegean region of Turkey. The white crystals are created from a form of limestone called travertine rock, which appears to overflow from the hot springs. Tourists that know about this magical place visit to soak up the therapeutic benefits of the salts that reduce stress and allegedly help heal. If you are exploring the charming inner areas of Turkey or travelling to or from Istanbul on a citybreak, then this is the perfect place to de-stress and relax, before you continue your journey.
If you fancy yourself a ye olde dragon slayer, then this is the serviced accommodation for you to start your adventure. With three bedroom and views of the Welsh countryside, there is no doubt that this location be dragon land. A 10 minute horse and carriage ride (or in your car) guests can find the enchanted town of Abertillery, which is home to museums, shops, and restaurants, perfect for adventurers to re-fuel.
New Zealand is renowned as home of magic. Hobbits reside in the hills and mountains that Middle Earth (AKA New Zealand) is known for. Milford Sound is no different. Just an adventure away from the capital city of Wellington, this mystical place can be found. Milford Sounds is a fiord located in the southwest of the south island with breathtaking views. New Zealand boasts rainforests, waterfalls, and of course, the Eye of Sauron.
Your Lord and Ladyship, welcome to Lord Raglan House, serviced accommodation nestled in the royal city of Windsor. Less than a 20 minute walk to the city centre, Windsor and Eton Central train station, and Frogmore House and Gardens. To make you feel even more at home, each apartment has a Juliet balcony to help you feel like the royalty you are.
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is beauty beyond compare, and can bring you calm in the midst of a busy and hectic world. Whilst staying in the city of Cairns in Australia, this piece of paradise has to be on the top of your to-do list. Snorkelling, diving, and cruises are all available from the port, and take you out into the deep blue. Swim with the turtles, view the spectacular coral reefs, and watch as stingrays hide in the sand, this place is truly magical.
Wolf Point West Apartments
If you feel like howling at the moon or there’s a werewolf streak in your children, then head to these sleek and modern apartments in Chicago. Guests can benefit from a golf simulator room, an outdoor swimming pool, and a communal BBQ area all within a mile of the iconic Cloud Gate.
Zhangjiajie is city renowned in China for its protected zone of stalagmite mountains that tower above the ground rising up over 200m. Travel from Chengdu out to Zhangjiajie and see this impressive sight. Their striking beauty and the power of this area is a once in a lifetime experience.
Hercules was a Roman god and a hero among men. If that sounds more like a description of you, then this is the perfect place to start your stay in the legendary city of Norwich. Storm Norwich Castle, just a five minute walk away, or marvel at the 11th-century cathedral. King sized master bedrooms fit for kings, allow you a good night’s sleep after saving the people of Norwich from the nine-headed Lernaean Hydra.
Just a drive away from your stay in the city of Belfast, The Dark Hedges can be found. If fairy’s existed there is no doubt this is where they would make a home. A two mile long road lined with beech trees that were planted in the 18th-century, Bregagh Road is a place with haunting beauty and a calming silence. A place where anything can happen with a little bit of magic.
The Giant’s Causeway is home to a legend fair greater than any. Once home to a giant named Finn who went to war with the Scottish Giant by the name of Benandonner, the Giant’s Causeway is remnants of the Giant’s conflict. This surreal landscape could have also been from an ancient volcanic eruption that created Balsalt columns, but we’ll let you decide which the real story is.