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Author: Danielle Steel
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Hotel Vendome by Danielle Steel

Книга Hotel Vendome, автор Steel Danielle - (Danielle Steel's dazzling new novel invites readers into the ultra-glamorous world of a five-star New York hotel, and brings to vivid life the man who builds it as his dream, the girl who grows up in its loving embrace, and the colorful guests and staff who make its magic complete. HOTEL VENDOMEThe hotel was old, run-down. But to Swiss-born Hugues Martin, a young, ambitious hotelier trained in the most illustrious European traditions, it is a rough diamond, tucked away on a quiet, perfectly situated Manhattan street. After begging and borrowing.

Hotel Vendôme by Danielle Steel Hugh has built a hotel that is fit for a king or queen. After a few years his wife leaves them and he gets to raise their daughter which he has no problem doing. His whole life is Heloise and the hotel. As years go by Heloise also loves the hotel business and applies to a Swiss school to get further training. She gets in and he finds himself lost while she's gone so he undertakes a new project: redoing some of the larger suites. The designer is one he feels very comfo Hotel Vendôme by Danielle Steel Hugh has built a hotel that is fit for a king or queen  . Not having read a Danielle Steel book for umpteen years it just may be the authors standard style. Mar 19, 2013 Lesley rated it did not like it.

Author: Danielle Steel. Danielle Steel’s dazzling new novel invites readers into the ultra-glamorous world of a five-star New York hotel, and brings to vivid life the man who builds it as his dream, the girl who grows up in its loving embrace, and the colorful guests and staff who make its magic complete. The hotel was old, run-down.

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The hotel was old, run-down. After begging and borrowing every penny he can scrape together, Hugues purchases the building and transforms it into one of the world's finest luxury hotels.

Hotel Vendome is a novel by Danielle Steel, published by Delacorte Press in November 2011. The book is Steel's eighty-fifth novel, and (including non-fiction and children's books) her 103rd book overall. This novel tells the story of Hugues Martin,a graduate from the prestigious École hôtelière de Lausanne of Switzerland. He owns the Hotel Vendome, an illustrious hotel located at the Upper East side of New York.

America’s bestseller! There are some places you visit, and some places you never leave behind. Danielle Steel’s new novel follows a devoted father and the daughter he raises in the fascinating upstairs-downstairs world of a glamorous Manhattan hotel. HOTEL VENDÔME The hotel was old, run-down. But to Swiss-born hotelier Hugues Martin, it is a rough diamond tucked away on a quiet New York City street. So Hugues scrapes together everything he has to purchase the building-and transforms it into one of the world’s finest luxury hotels

Renowned for its unparalleled service, the Hotel Vendôme soon becomes the ideal New York refuge for the rich and famous, as well as a perfect home for Hugues’ beautiful wife and their young daughter. But when his wife tires of his obsession for the hotel, she walks out on him for a notorious rock star, leaving Hugues a single parent to four-year-old Heloise. Heloise and her family live happily amid a colourful, exciting and sometimes mysterious milieu of celebrities, socialites, politicians, world travellers and hotel employees – and their inevitable intrigues. As unexpected challenges arise,.

Reviews: 7
Another winner by Danielle Steel. After reading this story I felt as if I knew the heroine Gabrielle, Gabby. She put such depth into this character that after each tragedy she insures you alternate between crying and cheering for her. It's hard to believe that this is,a novel and not a biography! I can't wait for my next one!!!
This was a very touching novel. I love Danielle's books very much and this dealt with a subject matter that most people shy away from. Child abuse can ruin a life. You hear people say you should just "get past it" but that is hard for people who have gone through it. I was never physically abused but I went through another form of abuse and I've learned that hiding it is the worst thing that you can do. People need to be held accountable for their actions and children need to be removed from abusive homes and placed where they can get the love and nurturing that they need. It shouldn't be kept hidden.
Message from Nam is a story during the time of the Vietnamese War. It is a masterpiece of historical fiction that leaves the reader enthralled and captured in the personal story of a young correspondent. Her loves and personal losses give the reader a close eye witness view of Nam at its best and its worst.

The climax leaves us still believing in rare miracles as we dry our tears. I assure you that you will never be sorry you read Message from Nam. Kudos to Danielle Steel, author extraordinaire.

Janet T. Neiss
I loved it, the story and the characters. I've read most of her stories as a young adult and thought that's who her books were written for, your adults. But reading them again now, as an adult, a seasoned adult at that I realize that I was wrong. Her books were written for all, young and well seasoned. It takes a special author, such was Danielle Steel, to write stories that have special meaning to whatever part of life you're going through. I look forward to reading and rereading all her books I can get my hands on. Thank you Ms Steel. Next...
This is my second time reading a book by Danielle Steel. The first was Big Girl which I really liked. Gave Big Girl 4 stars. This book was....ok. I did not like it as much because the first few chapters read like a synopsis you would read on the back cover of a book, not really like a story.i was disappointed that Isabel and Any did not end up together. I'm ok with Isabel and Sean, but would have preferred Izzi with Andy.call me crazy, but I was hoping that Izzy got pregnant from Andy. I'm sort of miffed that izzy was the only character who slow to know what she wanted to do with her life. And she happened to be the only Black kid (I think) in the group. Why could she not have been the model as opposed to the blonde chick?

Overall, this book was sad. I'm not going to say it was realistic, but definitely very sad. Izzy ends up with Sean only because they were desperate to save each other or Izzy to save Sean. That"s like a consolation prize. Just my two cents.

I'm glad I invested time into this book. Thank you Ms. Steel.
I preordered Daniel Steel's Friends Forever but did not have the time to start reading this novel immediately. Before reading I decided to browse some of the reviews that were already available online. From the information I gathered from reading these reviews I was skeptical that I would enjoy reading this book. My skepticism proved to be false as I absolutely loved reading this novel. The story begins with a bond made between three boys and two girls on their first day of kindergarten. These children eventually become known as "The Big Five" to outsiders. They internally make a vow to remain friends forever. "The Big Five" all have different family dynamics which makes each character significant in their own right. At periods I was cheering them on whereas at other times they would leave me in tears. I feel as though Steel does an excellent job of capturing the current challenges that face our young adults and families today. She shows how there is not any family that can go through life unscathed in someway. She also conveys the need to overcome challenges we face throughout our lives. However her most important message is to embrace each day and live our lives to the fullest. Overall, I think this was a heartfelt story and a beautiful tribute to her son Nick. I would highly recommend this book.
I like some of DS's work, but this was too depressing for too long. Even the happier times seemed haunted and dark. It's a personal preference, not an assessment of the writer's talent. If I'm going to go on an emotional roller coaster, I'd like the highs to be as intense as the lows. The abuse was hard to read and hard to believe (even knowing that parents have done worse). Thankfully, our society has evolved to one that supports the best interests of the child enabling teachers, family friends, and physicians to look for and report signs of abuse. I also like it when authors spend more time on the endings,taking the story beyond finding a love interest. We all know that's not the end of the story! It's a good thing, and yes, I like it, but what women do with their lives after living through a trauma or disaster, is often monumental and even more satisfying and inspirational. I think Gabbie had great potential as a writer, social change agent, loving mother, or a caregiver to victims of abuse. Whatever path she chose, I would have enjoyed reading about a bit of her happier future beyond finding a man.
This book is like eating frosting off a cake if you go for that kind of thing.Its fun and easy.The characters are predictable but interesting anyway.Its really a cautionary tale gone right.The main character owns his Swiss Chalet type of hotel and he has a lovely daughter.The are abandoned by his first wife and they live in the hotel.Working and playing there.In comes the second love interest,Natalie who cares deeply for the owner of the hotel.The rest of the book deals with what's healthy to tell a child/adolesant person about a new love in your life or not. I'm a big Danielle Steel fan and read her in between more serious types of books. Its a fun way to read something more challenging,knowing I can get back to Danielle in the interim.Brava Danielle this is one of your finest.