Traveling is a great way to replenish your energy and experience other cultures. If you like to do it with class, staying in a luxury five-star hotel is the best choice. There you can count on exceptional service and delicious food. Check out the most luxurious hotels in the world.
Titanic Mardan Palace
This is a luxury hotel based in Antalya, Turkey. Its value is estimated to be around $1.4 billion. It offers more than 560 rooms. Amenities include a 12,000-square-foot spa, four aquariums, a huge pool, and a private beach with sand imported from Egypt. The hotel features velvet furniture, exotic wood floors and marble bathrooms.
There’s nothing like being served by a personal butler 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the moment you check into the palace. Inside, there are 10 restaurants that serve delectable food. On the other hand, the swimming pool can accommodate 1000 people. This is one of the best hotels in the world.
It is located in Abu Dhabi in the Middle East. You can count on top-notch service and beautiful interior design. This hotel cost about $3 billion to build. It offers 394 spacious rooms and suites, as well as 40 meeting rooms. You can relax in the luxurious spa or on the nearby breathtaking white sand beach. You will definitely not forget your stay at Emirates Palace.
The hotel has countless pools and fountains, two magnificent spas, marble imported from 13 countries and over 1,000 Swarovski crystal chandeliers. It resembles a small fortress that also boasts the most prestigious marina development in the Middle East.
Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa
This is the only Relais & Chateaux property in Southern California. Car enthusiasts can hit the road in new Porsche models. Forget about a quick lap of the parking lot. You can test drive the high-performance cars for four hours.
Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada
This hotel has a casino and 653 luxury rooms. Of particular note is the Sky Villa suite on the 6th floor, which covers more than 800m2 and costs $35,450. Its decor is a tasteful blend of modern and retro. World-class amenities such as poker tables, exquisite artwork and indoor pools make it the preferred choice of the wealthy. The hotel is known for its busy nightlife.
The Westin Excelsior, Rome
Built in the Via Veneto district in 1906, the Westin Excelsior hotel has an impressive pedigree. While most rooms are affordable, the Villa La Cupola suite was renovated for $7 million. It spans two floors, making it the largest suite in Italy. Furnished in a traditional style with modern high-tech gadgets, hand-decorated frescoes, a private fitness center, a Jacuzzi and an elegant dining room, it is very popular with wealthy guests.
Burj Al Arab in Dubai
It is called the “Sail” because of its unique shape. It houses two-story apartments that offer the latest amenities and amazing views. Burj Al Arab offers huge tennis courts, artistically decorated nightclubs and restaurants. The location of the hotel is ideal. Exclusive extras include check-in, personal butler service available 24/7, and a fleet of Rolls Royce with driver, all for an extremely affluent VIP clientele that often includes members of the royal family.
Marquis Los Cobos
What sets this hotel apart from others is the history. As legend has it, Marquis Los Cobos was the answer to the prayers of two angels who sought Paradise. The lobby itself will overwhelm you with panoramic ocean views. The room décor will also wow you – amazing edgeless pools and stunning in-room sculptures will make your stay truly special. You can enjoy a range of treatments in the relaxing, tranquil luxury spa. Most rooms have their own balconies. If you’re lucky, you’ll also get to see the whale migration.
The Royal at Atlantis
Built as a tribute to the legendary lost city, Atlantis, The Royal at Atlantis is a massive property advertised as the premier luxury resort in the Bahamas. The Bridge Suite on the 23rd floor consists of 10 plush rooms, topped by a suspended ceiling and full-length windows. A permanent staff of seven butlers and attendants will cater to your every whim.