Lošinj Boutique Hotel Alhambra is a new member of Virtuos

first_imgThe prestigious 5 * Boutique Hotel Alhambra is a new member of the American network of leading tourist entities Virtuoso. With more than 15 advisors worldwide and a portfolio of almost 1.700 partners, Virtuoso represents the best travel offer – from top hotels, cruises to tour operators. With this valuable recognition awarded to a 5 * hotel from the portfolio of the Lošinj Hotels & Villas of the Jadranka Group, Boutique Hotel Alhambra became one of only three Croatian members of the American network Virtuoso.Virtuoso is an international network of luxury travel agencies specializing in luxury and experiential travel. The organization has more than 380 agency members with more than 11.400 elite travel advisors in more than 30 countries around the world. It is important to note that the annual turnover of Virtuoso agents is more than $ 15 billion making Virtuoso the most significant organization in the luxury travel industry.Boutique Hotel Alhambra is also a proud member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, which brings together only 520 small luxury hotels that can satisfy the most demanding guests with a top offer. In addition, Boutique Hotel Alhambra is the winner of this year’s TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, thanks to the exceptional quality of offer and service and high ratings and guest reviews. By the way, Alhambra is part of the hotel brand Lošinj Hotels & Villas of the Jadranka Group, which operates six hotels and restaurants and villas and apartments located in the most attractive locations of the island of Lošinj and is a unique place where the spirit of aristocratic times and exceptional luxury meet.last_img read more

Special judge rules in favor of Franklin County in Riverboat payment case

first_imgFranklin County, In. — Special judge from Decatur County Superior Court, Matthew Bailey has issued a ruling that require the city of Lawrenceburg to pay Franklin County more than $3 million. The city of Lawrenceburg entered into an agreement in 2006 requiring them to pay $500,000-per-year from Riverboat funds.Attorneys representing Franklin County say Lawrenceburg stopped making the payments in 2013. The lawsuit alleges five missed payments of $500,000 and interest in the amount of $592,333.95 for total claim of $3,092,333.95.The court order says interest will continue to accumulate until the damages are paid.The judgment does not include an additional payment of $500,000 due on February 2, 2019.An appeal is expected that place a “stay” on the current judgment.last_img read more