7 Luxury Hotels We Love in The World

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Some holidays outshine the others, whether you prefer Royal Palaces for your vacation stopover or safari villas, we are here to acquaint you with the top picks of luxury hotels around the world. 

Burj Al Arab, Dubai

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Unquestionably one of Dubai’s most well-known monuments and tourist destinations, the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is famed for its “seven-star status.” In addition to amazing beaches and the huge Burj Al Arab Terrace, the opulent all-suite hotel has several dining spots. The Burj Al Arab has hosted a coveted guest list of VIPs and stars from all over the world since its opening in 1999, helping to establish Dubai as a top destination for luxury travel. The sail-shaped structure, which is 321 meters tall and was constructed on its island, offers visitors an incredible hotel room view of the Arabian Gulf.

It’s hardly surprising that the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, along with many five-star hotels, is frequently regarded as one of the greatest locations to stay in Dubai given its gold interiors, opulent suites, and some of Dubai’s best restaurants. In reality, guests don’t need to travel far to understand why it is frequently referred to as a “seven-star” hotel. The custom spiral chandelier, which was designed by Czech artist Sans Souci and hangs in the recently remodeled foyer, is mesmerizing. It is made of 210 crystal tubes and weighs about 450 kilos.

Visitors have a choice between Al Mahara, an underwater restaurant and aquarium, and SAL’s breathtaking vistas. The Burj Al Arab Terrace offers 10,000 sq m of open space for poolside sunbathing for an even more peaceful environment. The deck, which is 100 meters from the hotel’s base and allows guests to lounge over the lake, is covered in sunlight.

Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Italy

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The Grand Hotel Tremezzo, which has contemporary interiors mixing bold colors and traditional accents, sits magnificently on the western shore and exudes elegance, style, and fashion. Swim in the pool that floats, enjoy a drink on the patio, or cruise the lake in one of the hotel’s exquisite water limousines.

The hotel has a stunning lakeside location and offers a stunning view of Lake Como. Beautiful Bellagio, which is located on the eastern bank across the sea, may be seen from its imposing façade. Regular boat services to locations around the lake depart from Cadenabbia, less than 1/2 mile north of the hotel. The stunning 17th-century Villa Carlotta, home to exquisite 20-acre gardens bursting with exotic plants and flowers, is a short stroll from the hotel.

The sole drawback to the site is that the floating pool and main structure are separated by a busy lakefront road, but the chic amenities and stunning grounds make up for it. These facilities rank among the best in the area, especially the superb spa. A chic floating pool can be found on the lake, while a more private pool is hidden away on the grounds at the back. There is also a floodlit clay tennis court, a panorama trail looping up the hill, and a viewing platform with excellent lake views. A third swimming pool can be found at the T Spa. A reading area and billiards room are located within.

Seaplane rides over the lake can be arranged, and guests can cruise the lake in one of the hotel’s stunning mahogany water limousines. Numerous client requests are met by concierge services, who can also arrange culinary tours and cooking workshops. Top-floor apartments also offer individual butler services.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

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The Hilton’s long-standing resort in the Maldives, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, underwent a rebranding in 2007 to become part of its elite Conrad brand. The resort, which is spread across two islands named Rangali and Rangalfinolhu, is 35 minutes by seaplane from Male (the resort runs its own, golden aircraft.

This distinctive resort is Maldives’ first undersea restaurant and a James Bond-style standalone villa with a master suite under the Indian Ocean. On Rangalifinolhu, the resort’s restaurants, main lobby, water sports facilities, bars, diving centers, and 100 beach villas are located. On Rangali, the resort’s other main island, there are 52 luxurious water villas. The two islands are connected by a walkway bridge that spans a large lagoon. All of the rooms are elegantly styled and different.

The staff goes above and above and is affable. I was shocked to see that my sunhat had been recovered and delivered to my water villa by the time I got back from breakfast after it had blown off into the lagoon. 

Titanic Mardan Pal Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi Ace, Turkey

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You can expect to have a free breakfast buffet, free use of the water park, and nightlife at Titanic Mardan Palace – All Inclusive. This property is the ideal spot to catch some rays because it has beach cabanas, a private beach, and two beach bars. At the on-site spa, BeFine SPA, pamper yourself with a manicure or pedicure, a hot stone massage, or a body treatment. Make sure to eat at one of the 10 on-site eateries, which serve Asian food among other things. The health club offers aerobics courses, and bowling is one of the other activities available. As well as three poolside bars and a swim-up bar, guests can stay linked with free in-room Wi-Fi.

The free internet and parking facility brings you close to tourist attractions and excellent dining substitutes because of its suitable location in Antalya’s Kadriye neighborhood. Antalya Airport is a must visit place due to its versatility. The 5-star top-notch hotel, facilitates for massages, hot tub, and restaurant.

The Reverie Saigon

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The brand-new Reverie Saigon, which was designed to resemble an Italian palazzo, introduces a degree of luxury never before seen in Ho Chi Minh City. Everything about the hotel is extravagantly beautiful, from the grand lobby’s Carrara marble accents to the luxury rooms’ custom-designed furnishings and sumptuous Italian silks. French, Cantonese, and Italian (of course) are the three upscale restaurants available, and there is also a 157-foot bar that extends from Dong Khoi Street to Nguyen Hue Boulevard two blocks away. Not to be outdone, the spa at Reverie is a two-level, 13,000-square-foot facility with two open-air Jacuzzis and, of course, an Olympic-size swimming pool. Yes, impressive, if not downright intimidating.

This opulent building is conveniently situated close to famous landmarks, beautiful eateries, and galleries of modern art. The Reverie’s extravagantly extravagant design stands out in a city that is rising quickly. The Reverie serves exquisite cuisine that is both informal and sophisticated and offers guests of all tastes and preferences. 

The Plaza New York, USA

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The Plaza New York is one of a disappearing breed of hotels. It is a representation of America where Beaux-Arts style and old-world wealth still exist. The bathroom faucets, for example, have 24-carat gold plating. Nothing less would have been reasonable given the hotel’s reputation and customers. The Plaza New York has longstanding ties to both the upper crust of New York and the stars of Hollywood. Here, Truman Capote held his renowned Black & White Ball. Marlene Dietrich enjoyed it so much that she made reservations for more than a year before appearing in Alfred Hitchcock’s Stage Fright. F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda were frequent customers.

The Plaza Hotel, which is adjacent to Rockefeller Center and Broadway, offers an on-site hair salon, shopping, and a round-trip airport shuttle. The on-site spa, Guerlain Spa, offers body wraps, deep tissue massages, and manicures and pedicures. American food is served at the hotel’s on-site restaurant, The Palm Court. Additionally, there is a bar and additional amenities including WiFi in-room (fee) and dry cleaning/laundry services.

Jade Mountain Resort

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Jade Mountain Resort is perched atop a peak in St. Lucia’s south. Once you get there, you’ll see how the resort’s originality, service, and food all come together to make for an unforgettable vacation. Use the resort’s scuba operation to snorkel or scuba dive on the adjacent coral reefs. Visit resort trails for hiking or mountain biking. Take a kayaking trip along the shore or a sailboat tour at sunset.

Nick Troubetzkoy, a Russian-Canadian hotelier and architect who envisioned the Pitons as a UNESCO World Heritage Site more than 30 years ago, had in mind a St. Lucia resort with a view of the twin peaks. First, he built Anse Chastanet on 600 acres of tropical land, embracing nature with jungle biking trails, hiking trails, and the island’s first scuba operation, allowing visitors to explore reefs in front of the property’s 2 beaches. 

The Jade Mountain Club serves vibrant tropical cuisine using fresh, regional ingredients for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Visit Emerald Farm, a 1,000 cacao tree organic farm owned by the resort in the Soufriere highlands.

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