Stuff.co.nz reports that the luxury hotel apologised in a statement which read: "Hyatt Hotel Canberra is sincerely sorry that one of today's salads was mislabelled and we deeply apologise for any offence caused. Hyatt Hotels is a multi-cultural company and an equal opportunity employer."
The online advert was made by the Kristall Sauna-Wellness Park hotel in Bad Klosterlausnitz, Thuringia, eastern Germany.
According to the BBC, the hotel removed the advert after realising the gaffe and made its apologies on Facebook. The owners said they often include the name Kristall on promotions, but realised this time was "insensitive and extremely inappropriate".
The Jerusalem Post reports that an employee from the Kristall Sauna-Wellness Park said that the advertisement was a "misunderstanding and refers to the name of the firm."
Silly signposts spotted by travellers
Australian hotel apologises for typo after 'grilled Aborigine' offered on menu
The mind boggles.
Yes, this is a warning that snails are crossing the road near Westport on the west coast South Island, New Zealand.
There's a 'better than nothing' approach to this Baptist Church sign at Homer Street and Macon Road in Memphis, Tennessee, USA.
Apparently there are some pretty aggressive deer in the mountains of Waterton, Alberta, Canada. Maybe give this place a steer...?
If you're looking for somewhere to explode your vehicle, just don't do it here, as it's not permitted.
Don't go thinking you can rescue anyone in these parts...
This sign comes in very handy if you need to know how to get to Egypt while you're driving through Buckinghamshire.
This forbidding sign, spotted outside St. Stephen's Lutheran Church in Madison, Wisconsin, USA, won't bring in much of a congregation.
Does this one get the prize for being the most unhelpful sign of all???????
Just in case you're in any doubt: you can't park here.
This sign in Idaho, USA makes us hope the natives don't try to make us laugh!
Possibly the last sign you want to see when you've missed a turn-off. Unless you need directions for the tiny hamlet of Lost, 40 miles west of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.
You'll have to leave your elephant behind if you're driving through Beijing...
Do not, under any circumstances, get the silly string out when you're here. We realise it's tempting but the penalties are harsh.
This sign was snapped in County Fermanagh,when the Lough Erne river burst its banks.
This is New Zealand's version of a pelican crossing.
This No Parking sign, miles from nowhere, was spotted along Prairie Chapel Road leading to President Bush's ranch near Crawford, Texas. The signs were placed for security while the president was at his 1,600-acre ranch outside town.
We've heard of cats resting under cars but never thought we'd have to check for penguins...
Just make sure you pick the right sign or you'll end up all confused...
This electronic road sign in Austin, Texas, was intended to warn motorists of construction near the intersection of Lamar and Martin Luther King boulevards were changed by hackers to give a deeper message.
If you're looking for daleks (and who isn't?), you've come to the right place. This sign led the public to a Dr Who exhibition held at Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales.
Spotted in Island of Hawaii.
Does this sign want us to keep left or right? Confusing!
A leaning road sign in Glastonbury, Somerset practices what it preaches by demonstrating the message it's trying to get across.
We're guessing this road in Spain is just for cyclists and pedestrians to enter.
Neither of these signs sound very appealing. Which would you choose?
No, Prat Communal is actually a place in the Mid-Pyrenees, France. Glad you don't live there?
We reckon this confusing sign, photographed in London, is likely to have caused more accidents than it prevented...
Not an end in sight...
Ooops - looks like this sign is going to disappear underwater..
How many can there be in the desert in Baja, California?
Good advice from this rural street sign
Road sign Kent for the village of Ham and town of Sandwich Kent, England, UK
Australian hotel apologises for typo after 'grilled Aborigine' offered on menu
Combining historic architecture and orientalism, Maison Souquet offers a Belle Époque experience of a time focused on peace and optimism. Set next to Montmartre in a neighbourhood formerly renowned for its pleasure houses, where nobility and socialites would party with bohemian Parisians during the Belle Époque era, the hotel features a grand staircase as the centre point for the ground floor’s large reception areas, including a great lounge, study and winter garden. Not to be missed, the underground pool and hammam boast a sky-painted ceiling. Famed French designer Jacques Garcia conjured up the opulence of 19th century France through antique woodwork and Cordova leather furnishings throughout the hotel and its 20 luxurious suites and rooms.
Six Senses is set to open its first resort in Europe in the beautiful Portuguese UNESCO World Heritage area of the Douro Valley. Six Senses Douro Valley is touched with the romance of 19th century architecture wedded to contemporary interiors. The resort covers 19 acres and features 71 Valley, Spa and River rooms and spacious suites and villas. The restaurants draw upon the abundant fresh produce of the region and from the resort’s own gardens, and the interactive Wine Academy presents leading vintages from the area where you are guided in the varieties and styles by leading Portuguese winemakers from the surrounding valley. An expansive Six Senses Spa has 10 treatments rooms and presents Six Senses specialty treatments, as well as a heated indoor pool with water jets, a heated outdoor pool and bar, and a gym with the latest exercise equipment.
Located in New York City's hottest neighbourhood, the Flatiron district, the New York EDITION is set to be one of the trendiest hotels to hit the Big Apple when it opens in May. Housed in the former Met Life Tower - once the tallest building in New York - and set directly across from the iconic Madison Square Park, the stylish hotel combines the historic landmark’s original Beaux-Arts architecture with rich interior details and a modern, edgy, original, and sophisticated sensibility. It will feature a Jason Atherton restaurant (his first in the USA), 273 rooms and several bars.
This exciting conversion of an old manor house into a luxury boutique hotel in the historic centre of Palma de Mallorca sits at number five Plaza de Sant Francesc and in the shadow of one of Palma’s oldest churches, the Basilica de Sant Francesc, restoring the old Can Alomar building. Sant Francesc Hotel Singular, part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, is a chic urban bolthole which retains the beauty of the former building and blends graceful simplicity with a distinctly Spanish style. Among its 42 rooms, there is the 100m2 Tower Suite where you can soak up the Mallorcan sun on your own private terrace. The five-star facilities include a rooftop terrace with a pool, patio bar, a garden restaurant and gym.
Ideally located in the heart of the Riviera Maya along the white-sand beaches and clear waters of Akumal, this Mexican adults-only resort Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya offers 434 elegant suites, many with stunning ocean views and all with private balconies or terraces and full bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs and separate showers. You can indulge in limitless gourmet dining without reservations at the seven restaurants, and relax at the six chic bars and lounges. The resort boasts an expansive infinity pool with ocean views, as well as 11 smaller pools providing swim-out access from select suites.
The new InterContinental London – The O2 is set to become the most luxurious hotel in Greenwich when it opens in late 2015, with 453 bedrooms over 18 storeys. Located on the banks of London's River Thames, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the water and neighbouring Canary Wharf. Facilities at the hotel include a luxury spa, a bar, two restaurants - comprising a fine dining and all-day dining experience - as well as an 18th floor Sky Bar boasting an uninterrupted, panoramic view across the water to Canary Wharf and beyond.
Set on its own private island in the Venetian lagoon, just 15 minutes by boat from St Mark's Square, JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa will combine the very best in contemporary hotel design with the heritage and elegance of its location on Isola delle Rose. The world-class urban resort features tranquil bedrooms and suites, some with private pools, and offers guests over 16 acres to explore. It is home to Venice's largest spa, as well as indoor, outdoor and rooftop swimming pools with fabulous views of the city. Guests can look forward to exceptional dining experiences in an array of restaurants and bars, and unparalleled levels of privacy and space with quirky touches including restored outbuildings scattered around the island.
Situated in Picasso’s first studio, where he painted the famous Ciencia y Caridad, The Serras is housed in a building dating from 1846 with an original Neo-Classical façade designed by Francesc Daniel Molina. Inside, Spanish designer Eva Martinez has created an elegant and fresh feel, with a look combining New York and modern Catalan styles. The five-star hotel has 30 rooms and suites, including the Picasso Suite, where the artist painted the view of Basilica de La Mercè, just around the corner from the hotel. The rooftop invites guests to relax with views over Barcelona's marina by taking a dip in the pool or having a drink at the bar. Dining is a Michelin-starred yet informal affair, with specialities such as sea bass sushi and Galician beef tataki from the grill.
New luxury hostel Safestay Holland Park will open in London's Holland Park this spring in one of the capital's most prestigious parks and housed within the East Wing of the original Jacobean building, Holland House. The hostel promises guests stylish, affordable and comfortable accommodation in a desirable location, with 380 beds, free breakfast and WiFi, as well as fabulous interiors for guests looking for a 'poshtel' in one of London's most sought after locations.
Autograph Collection debuts its first property in Switzerland, Kameha Grand Zurich, in March 2015. Set in the heart of Zurich, the unique hotel is a dazzling fusion of architecture and design, showcasing 11 individually-themed suites, including an extravagant Poker Face Suite fitted with roulette tables and Kameha poker cards, as well as a luxurious Serenity Suite which will boast yoga and wellness accessories to promote ultimate tranquillity. Along with beautiful bedrooms and suites, the hotel features a gourmet Italian restaurant, L’Unico, serving authentic homemade pastas, plus Japanese fine dining restaurant, Yu Nijyo. Puregold Bar is the place to enjoy evening cocktails and the Cigar Lounge allows guests to relax with a selection of Dominican and Cuban cigars. There is also the Arabian-themed Shisha Lounge and the Kameha Spa provides lavish treatments and therapies in a peaceful sanctuary setting.
A legendary New York landmark on the corner of 42nd and Broadway, The Knickerbocker will open its doors in early 2015 as a sophisticated urban hotel with an emphasis on fitness, fashion and food. A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, the hotel originally opened in 1906 by John Jacob Astor IV, exemplifying the high culture of the Gilded Age and serving as a nexus for society’s crème de la crème. The rumoured birthplace of the original martini and the first hotel to offer a true multidimensional lifestyle experience, it has witnessed and influenced over a century of New York history. When it opens in 2015, celebrity chef Charlie Palmer is set to oversee all its food and drink outlets. The 330-room hotel will feature JAKE’s, a ground level 'grab-and-go' café, and a signature restaurant and bar on the fourth floor known as Charlie Palmer @ The Knick. The vast rooftop bar and terrace, St. Cloud, will feature a signature Nat Sherman cigar bar to complement its unrivalled views of the New Year’s Eve Ball and Times Square.
Opening at 100 King Street in Manchester, 80 years after the building originally opened as a bank, Hotel Gotham's 60 rooms feature burnished metals teamed with dark polished woods and luxurious leather, with soft velvet and faux fur used liberally. Subtle nods are made to its banking past with money-bag style laundry bags and there are travel trunk-style cocktail cabinets and wardrobes. The main staircase, its balustrades, mouldings and terrazzo flooring have been restored, and leather satchel briefcase lights, bowler hat displays and bankers lamps all pay homage to the original function of the building. The bar and restaurant, Brass and Honey, promise to be mysterious and enticing, with menus and cocktails reflecting the art deco heritage.
This luxurious sanctuary nestled in enchanting woodland and located close to the village and beach of Kamala on the west coast of Phuket offers a tranquil setting that encourages guests to rebalance, rejuvenate and relax. Keemala, part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World collection, makes use of natural features such as trees, streams and waterfalls to complement the surrounding landscape. Its 38 pool villas are split into four different styles, each one representing a different group of fictitious early Phuket settlers through their design and position, including clay cottages, tent villas, tree houses and bird's nest villas. While every villa comes with its own private pool and outdoor terrace, there is also a larger communal pool and a spa offering organic and traditional treatments, a gym, yoga pavilions, and meditation areas in keeping with Keemala's wellness ethos. Its restaurant will feature wholesome cuisine as well as fine dining and there are quaint spots around the resort for destination dining - ideal for private parties, romantic picnics and cooking classes.
The new Taj Dubai opens in the prestigious Downtown area in March 2015, surrounded by architectural landmarks such as the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and Business Bay. The hotel will have 296 guestrooms and suites, including two lavishly decorated themed suites on the top floors, The Tata Suite and The Maharaja Suite, which will have their own private dining and living areas with panoramic views over the Downtown area. With seven food and drink outlets, Taj Dubai will offer varied dining experiences ranging from Indian to Peruvian fare. Kids@Taj will provide customised activities and services for children, and the fitness centre and Jiva Spa will allow guests to enjoy treatments inspired by traditional Indian therapies.
Hidden away in true private Arabian luxury on its own exclusive island, Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara comprises a 96-room hotel, as well as 34 two and three-bedroom poolside villas. Additionally, there are 11 overwater-style villas built above water on stilts for those looking for a truly deluxe experience. Amenities at the resort include a nine-hole golf putting course, extensive water sports activities and a family entertainment centre featuring an 8 pin bowling alley and luxury cinema. The resort also features the Anantara Signature Spa, its first Wellness Centre in the Middle East, as well as its own marina with 30 berths and a dive centre with a practice pool, ideal for beginners.
An unforgettable LEGO adventure awaits families in Florida, when the five-storey, 152-room, fully themed LEGOLAND Hotel opens at the LEGOLAND Florida Resort. Families can choose from a swashbuckling Pirate Room, a regal Kingdom Room, or a rip-roaring Adventure Room with an exciting new room theme still to be announced. The hotel includes a pool where families can relax in the Florida sunshine, as well as thousands of LEGO models, interactive play areas where children’s imaginations can run wild and restaurants including a kid-size buffet. Guests will have exclusive early access to the theme park and will be treated to nightly entertainment at the hotel.
La Réserve Paris is situated on the Avenue Gabriel, between the Champs-Elysées and the Faubourg Saint-Honoré, and housed in the former residence of Pierre Cardin. This Parisian hotel, part of The Leading Hotels of the World, offers exceptional views of the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower, the Pantheon and the Obelisk on the Place de la Concorde, while boasting the atmosphere of a private club. It has just 14 rooms and 26 suites. Le Gabriel is the principal dining room, while guests can enjoy cocktails in Le Salon de Clos, Le Salon Marigny and La Bibliotheque. When it comes to relaxation, there is a spa, swimming pool and gym.