For most of us choosing where to stay when we travel is a balance of budget, location and facilities. Imagine for a second that money wasn’t a concern and allow yourself to follow us on a tour of accommodations that far surpass the term holiday rental and find out all about the most luxurious hotels in the world.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
When it comes to luxurious hotels, this one is at the top. Costing approximately $3 billion to build, Emirates Palace has 394 grand rooms and suites, 40 meeting and conference rooms, a white sand beach, a myriad of pools and fountains, two sumptuous spas, marble imported from 13 different countries and over 1,000 Swarovski crystal chandeliers. It is traditionally raditional decorated inside the hotel, dominated by gold and marble combined with state-of-the-art technology.
Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai
Consistently voted the world’s most luxurious hotel, Burj Al Arab and its stunning hotel interior design is the icon of Dubai. Managed by Jumeirah Group, this luxurious all-suite hotel comprises of 28 double stories to contain the 202 luxury duplexes of superior standard. Beyond the unique over-the-top amenities like the attached helipad and hovering tennis courts, there is a vast array of futuristic dining and nightlife options. The incredible hotel interior design came courtesy of Khaun Chew, of KCA International, who drew the inspiration from the land, its people and culture. Khaun Chew chose a robust and vibrant colour palette derived from the elements; earth, air, fire, water. The layout also incorporates ancient and revered traditions of hospitality, particular to Arabic nations.
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The Plaza, New York City
The Plaza is often the top choice for visiting VIPs. Classic crown molding is juxtaposed against contemporary works of art and lavish fabrics, adding vibrant textural elements to The Plaza’s guestrooms complete with dramatic lighting and beautifully finished woodwork to amplify the impeccable motif. Built in 1907, the iconic structure was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1969.
The Westin Excelsior, Rome
Built in 1906, The WestinExcelsior Rome has an impressive pedigree in the Via Veneto district. RC Costruzioni, through meticulous work of renovation and refurbishment has brought back to its original splendor the Westin Exclesior in Florence. Though most rooms are affordable, their piece de resistance is the Villa La Cupola Suite, which was renovated at a cost of $7 million. Furnished in grand old style with modern high-tech gadgets, hand-frescoed cathedral-style domes, its own private fitness area, Jacuzzi, and a formal dining room, it’s a perennial favourite for those who deem money to be no object.
Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa, California
This Mediterranean-inspired, all-suite property near Del Mar, California completed a $30 million renovation in 2013 including remodeled guest casitas, a brand new restaurant and new bar, and completely remodeled meeting space, as well as major enhancements to The Spa and fitness center.
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Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas
It’s the resort’s Bridge Suite on the 23rd floor that really pulls out all the swanky stops. It spans 10 plush rooms topped by 12-ft. ceilings and full-length windows, and includes a grand piano, twin entertainment centres, a formal dining room with a 22-karat gold chandelier, plus a permanent staff of seven butlers and attendants to cater to your every whim.
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