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    Sir Albert, Amsterdam

    The slick verve is distinctly down to earth, making the Sir Albert the new hip kid on the block. Housed in a former diamond factory, the boutique hotel is filled with Instagram-worthy pieces fictional owner Sir Albert has picked up on his travels (ceramic hippo heads in the lobby; playful Post-it notes left on your bathroom mirror). The world-class Japanese food also attracts the cool crowd for communal dining with canal views. Rooms from $299; siralberthotel.com

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    Bulgari Hotel & Residences, London

    Use this glamorous Knightsbridge base as a luxe springboard to all the postcode, and city beyond, has to offer. The Bulgari's new bicycle program comes complete with a delicious 'La Dolce Vita' picnic hamper attached to sleek black Momo Design bikes. Head chef Robbie Pepin's delicious menu includes Scottish salmon bagels, cheesecake and bespoke Bulgari teas. Perfect for dining alfresco in nearby Hyde Park. Rooms from $870; bulgarihotels.com

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    Quirky collectables fill Sir Albert's rooms

    Enjoy a stay with culinary extras at the Bulgari Hotel

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