Gastronomical Delight at Your Second Home

People enjoy food as much as we like to travel and that's why hotels already have restaurants and the competition is really tough. Big hotels have restaurants that are at the top of their game and chef's competing for that fame and recognition. We at Hotel Express can help you find that perfect hotel with the perfect restaurant that can fill your gastronomic craving.


Overlooking the courtyard garden, Epicure is a three-star Michelin restaurant run by Eric Frechon. This is the only three-star restaurant in Paris that is open on Sundays. Epicure offers an a la carte menu, a 4-course seasonal menu and a 7-course tasting menu. Some of the exquisite dishes that is served are Stuffed macaroni with black truffles, langoustines and caviar, Peruvian chocolate, blue lobster and yellow morels.

Hotel daily rate starts at £682.92
Double Superior Room


Relish Restaurant & Bar is a gem amongst hotel restaurants in Berlin. It is a collaboration of classic lobby gastronomy and upscale restaurant culture. Relish offers delicious creations out of the hands of Chef Peter Hampl. Some of their dishes are Pumpkin tart with cashew and pepper caramel, Westin-style bouillabaisse, Rabbit ravioli with rabbit essence, Entrecôte of Uckermark beef and Trust me! A chef’s surprise dish.

Hotel Daily rate starts at £216.70
Double luxury-garden view


This superb restaurant is suspended above the Eternal City in the magnificent setting of a panoramic roof garden. La Pergola is the only restaurant in Rome having a three Michelin star. The restaurant is run by Chef Heinz Beck. Thier menu includes a wine list with over 60,000 world-class bottles, a water list featuring 45 choices, authentic Italian oil and balsamic vinegar from the best local producers and the finest Mediterranean-sourced produce.

Hotel daily rate starts at £48.56
Standard twin room


Included on The World's 50 Best Restaurants in Restaurant Magazine, and has a two Michelin star under its belt, serves historical dishes ranging from the 14th to 19th centuries. Particular dishes have received praise, including the meat fruit, a chicken liver mousse created to look like a mandarin orange.

Hotel daily rate starts at £48.56
Standard twin room

With only eight seats and two seatings a night, reservations at this tiny little bar are infamously difficult to get. Accessed through a glass door emblazoned with the letter é, the room is dominated by a steel-topped bar with seating for eight. é is one of José Andrés’s gastronomical “playgrounds” where he delights diners with various tastes, smells, and sights through the use of molecular gastronomy, among many other techniques.

Hotel daily rate starts at £86.56
Terrace studio


Visitors to this restaurant will be treated to traditional Catalan home cooking creations under the direction of chef Jaume Subirós along with his two brothers. Signature starters include broad bean salad with shavings of Guijuelo ham and potatoes parmentier with truffles, and main dishes include grilled codfish in garlic mousseline and tender beef cheek in red wine sauce.

Hotel daily rate starts at £40.93
Standard single room

Dumlings are a local favorite when you are in Hong Kong and it is a must to try these oriental style food. Man Wah is a one-star Michelin restaurant run by Chef de Cuisine Chi-Kwong Hung. Man Wah takes its dim sum to a whole other level, utilizing premium ingredients and Chinese delicacies. Some of its dishes includes Barbecued Iberian Pork, Man Wah’s version of Har Gao, Beef Tenderloin Puff and Egg Tarts.

Hotel daily rate starts at £601.28
Double l600-landmark-deluxe room