A Luxury Hotel is considered a hotel that provides a luxurious accommodation experience to the guest. There are no set standards (such as stars) for luxury hotels. Often 4 or 5-star hotels describe themselves as ‘luxury’. This also means that any accommodation type can use the term ‘luxury’.
1.The Royal Suite – Burj Al-Arab.
The Burj Al-Arab. located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the Burj was marketed as the worlds first ever seven-star hotel, and it goes without saying that it most definitely lives up to expectations. It’s the seventh-tallest hotel in the world and was designed by architect, Tom Wright, to resemble the sail of a ship. The hotel stands on a man-made artificial island, that’s only accessible to the mainland by a private curving bridge. As well as all the lavish bells and whistles you’d expect to find inside a seven-star hotel, like an underwater restaurant that’s accessible by submarine; the .
2.Hotel Plaza Athene, France.
The premier hotel in Paris in terms of grandeur. On the 5th floor is the biggest suite of the French hospitality industry. You get to relish the sights of the Eiffel tower from the hotel. Guests have a private kitchen and a steam room to themselves and enjoy French Regency fabrics and furniture. A night here will cost you $27,000.
3.Soneva Jani, Maldives.
Getting away from it all often comes with a hefty price tag — especially if you stay at Soneva Jani in the Maldives. Though the resort bills itself as a Robinson Crusoe–type experience with its “no shoes, no news” motto, there’s absolutely nothing ramshackle about the property. There are seven room categories, including a four-bedroom overwater villa with a wine cellar and a waterslide and a two-bedroom retreat hidden in a mangrove forest. Even the entry-level, one-bedroom overwater bungalow is spectacular, with an impressive 4,424 square feet of space across two floors.
4.The Palms, Las Vegas.
While there are many luxury properties to choose from on the Las Vegas Strip, The Palms is known for its iconic high-rolling atmosphere. The penthouse suites at The Palms have been home to some of the most high-profile parties Las Vegas has ever seen, and are designed with entertaining in mind. With penthouses, villas, and themed suites, the property has luxury and style to suit every taste. Take the two-story Sky Villa, for example. About as luxurious and unique as a hotel room can get, this 8,500-square-foot oasis features a 17-seat bar, fitness center, massage room, game area, private pool overlooking the lights of Vegas, and much more.
5.Kamalaya Koh Samui, Thailand.
Luxury doesn’t always mean opulent furnishings and indulgent decor. At Kamalaya retreat, wellness is inextricably linked with luxury. Guests are greeted with signature mocktails for a one-on-one consultation on arrival, where they can design their perfect wellness experience. Guest’s days are filled with an effortless blend of expert-led exercise classes, specialized spa treatments, and five-star healthy cuisine for their entire stay.
The setting for Kamalaya couldn’t be more perfect. The complex rests on a large hill overlooking a white sand beach with a calm lagoon, and all the buildings blend in seamlessly with the surrounding jungle.
6.The Penthouse Suite – Hôtel Martinez.
Have you ever wondered what the most expensive hotel in the world is? Well, forget your typical $200 – $500 a night weekend getaways, as the ones on this list start at $28,000 a night! From luxury penthouse suites, overlooking breathtaking city vistas, to lavish underwater hotels, the pricy pads on this list have it all.
7.Lover’s Deep – Luxury Submarine Hotel.
At $150,000 a night, the Lover’s Deep Luxury Submarine Hotel is the most expensive hotel in the world. Now, it’s not the same type of experience you’d expect from some of the other hotels on the list, as it requires you to go underwater in a submarine. However, if you want to combine a night away with an experience, then perhaps this is the hotel for you. The submarine/hotel is located in St Lucia and can be navigated around the Caribbean to suit its guests requirements.
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