The manliest hotels around the globe
In celebration of the moustache-growing Movember (or, if you wish, Brovember), travel comparison website trivago.com has culled a grouping of hotels any manly man would be happy to occupy.
MGM Grand, Las Vegas: Of course a stop in Vegas needs to be included in this manly tour, and the MGM Grand boasts the grandeur required with six nightclubs, 16 restaurants, multiple pools (including the Grand Pool Complex, with tv-outfitted cabanas) and deluxe rooms.
MGM Grand's pool complex sits on more than 6 acres.
A suite with a view at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Old Course Golf Resort and Spa, St. Andrews, Scotland: Most men worth their moustaches like time on the links, and Old Course Resort overlooks storied courses as well as the Scottish coastline.
Old Course Golf Resort and Spa offers courses surrounded by the Scottish countryside.
Old Course Golf Resort and Spa in St. Andrews, Scotland, boasts 144 rooms, 35 of them suites.
Bon Moustache, Barcelona, Spain: This hostel provides a communal room with a TV, perfect for hanging out with your hombres. Accommodations include 24 beds spread across three bedrooms, two shared, one private.
Bon Mustache in Barcelona is filled with mustachioed decor, of course.
The Iron Horse Hotel, Milwaukee, Wis.: In a warehouse renovated with loft-style rooms, The Iron Horse says on its website that it is an "upscale hotel geared for business travelers and motorcycle enthusiasts alike."
The lobby at The Iron Horse Hotel in Milwaukee, Wis.
The loft-style rooms, 100 in all, at The Iron Horse Hotel are like ultimate bachelor pads.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: Of course a hotel in one of the richest places on Earth would be a spectacular spot to stay, and Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi delivers with amenities including a beach with plenty of water sport options and a spa featuring an ice cave.
The rooms at the five-star Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, ooze opulence.
Car lovers staying at Emirates Palace will want to hire one of the Rolls-Royce Phantoms or Mercedes Maybachs in the hotel's fleet.
Jumbo Stay, Stockholm, Sweden: Certainly one of the more unique stays in the world, plane lovers will get fueled by spending the night in a 1976 jumbo 747, refurbished and living at Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
Room options at Jumbo Stay in Stockholm include a suite in the cockpit.
The dining area at Jumbo Stay in Stockholm, a hostel that accommodates various budgets.
The Peninsula, Hong Kong: Operating since 1928, The Peninsula gets bonus points for its place in James Bond lore: It appears in "The Man with the Golden Gun." The five-star hotel boasts stunning city views and a fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantoms in dark green.
At The Peninsula's bar, order your martini shaken, not ... well, you know.
The Peninsula offers a variety of room options with views.
Omni San Diego: The Omni boasts San Diego's near-perfect average temperatures with a great location in the historic Gaslamp Quarter that's right next to the Padres' home, PETCO Park.
At the Omni San Diego, it's possible to watch the Padres play right from your room.
The Omni San Diego is connected to PETCO Park via a skybridge.
Fairmont Monte Carlo, Monaco: Among the larger European hotels, the Fairmont Monte Carlo has 602 rooms and suites. And, you're in the playground that is Monte Carlo.
The best time to book a stay at the Fairmont Monte Carlo is during the Monaco Grand Prix: The hotel overlooks the Formula One racetrack.
The Fairmont Monte Carlo's rooftop pool overlooks the French Riviera.
Zamek Zabreh, Ostrava, Czech Republic: A highlight at the Zamek Zabreh includes its beer spas, where guests soak in a wooden tub filled with a mixture including brewing yeast and beer oil balm while Chateau Pikard beer arrives via tap.
Hotel options at the Zamek Zabreh include the Renaissance room.
In the Zamek Zabreh pub, grab a beer from Chateau Pikard Brewery, which dates to 1574.