10 Most Luxurious Hotels In The World

10 Most Luxurious Hotels In The World

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You can found exceptional comfort and lavish living place everywhere, especially in hotels. Whether you're planning a special event, seeking for ideas for a once-in-a-lifetime vacation, you may need this list of 10 most luxurious hotels in the world.

1. Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi

Royalty and rich people can indulge themselves in Emirates Palace, the top luxurious hotel which is well known for opulent decor and excellent service. It took over $3 billion to build this hotel, offering luxurious surroundings with ancient style, as well as modern amenities. For example, there are nearly 400 opulent rooms and suites, numerous pools and fountains, a beach, and more than 1,000 Swarovski crystal chandeliers.

2. Burj Al Arab, Dubai

There is a world-famous landmark in Dubai — Burj Al Arab, a sail-like hotel. This seven-star is not only one of the most photographed buildings, but also the seventh highest hotel in the world. They offer ultra thorough guest services for their exceedingly wealthy clientele, as well as luxurious everything: double-floor suites, an infinity pool terrace, a beach and even a helipad!

3. Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas

One of the most popular Bahamas resorts is Atlantis Paradise Island, which was built as a tribute to the legendary lost city of Atlantis. In fact, Atlantis Paradise Island consists of five hotels (The Royal, The Beach, The Coral, and The Cove and The Reef) and covers 141 acres in total. There are lavish facilities such as 21 restaurants, 11 swimming pools, 19 bars and lounges, golf course... and of course, its most renowned Bridge Suite at the 23rd floor.

4. Taj Lake Palace, India

The breathtaking Taj Mahal is one of the must-go destinations in the world, but clearly we can not live or dine in this attraction and tomb. However, the floating hotel Taj Lake Palace on Lake Pichola in Udaipur, also has a distinguished past. The building, which was once known as Jag Niwas Palace, has been fully preserved since 1746. Besides of 18 grand suites, 65 guestrooms, and 4 restaurants, the hotel also provides Indian aromatherapy on wooden boat.

5. Amilla Glamping, Maldives

Amilla Maldives Resort is undoubtedly one of the most opulent lodging options in the Maldives. This place is well-known for its diving and is located in the Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, which has flowering flowers and white sand beaches. There are three bubble tents for a chic glamping experience, providing 360° views of the natural surroundings. You can also choose pool villas instead.

6. Raffles Hotel, Singapore

Numerous celebrities have been drawn to Raffles Singapore since its first open in 1887. In addition to its gorgeous architecture, this all-suite hotel is also well-known for its Michelin-starred restaurants like Alain Ducasse and Anne-Sophie Pic. In 1915, the famous Singapore Sling cocktail created here, and it is still considered to be the national drink of Singapore.

7. Giraffe Manor, Kenya

This luxury Kenya hotel with 12 rooms and suites was built about 90 years ago. The best part is you can get close with a herd of the endangered Rothschild’s giraffes there! Giraffe Manor is officially collaborated with the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, trying to help with the giraffes' conservation. In addition to enjoying a luxurious stay, you can also contribute to a great cause!

8. Boulders Resort & Spa Scottsdale, USA

Speaking of luxurious hotels, it usually reminds us of tall buildings, fancy decorations, and gleaming floors. However the highlight of the Boulders Hotel in the Sonoran Desert is breathtaking nature, particularly the nearby rock formations that are more than 12 million years old! What's more, this massive resort is synonymous with a exceeding services and private villas for their VVIP.

9. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

Although the hotel's 12 upscale restaurants, personal chef, and private jet skis are awesome enough to entice VIPs to stay there, the main draw is unquestionably its two-level Muraka Suite. The bedroom in the suite is nearly 16 feet below sea level and has floor-to-ceiling windows for you to observe the local marine life.

10. The Westin Excelsior, Rome

The Westin Excelsior Hotel opened in 1906 is a well-known opulent hotel to Rome. This hotel incorporates classical architecture with contemporary features (high-tech gadgets, fitness centers, jacuzzis). Interesting fact: Although their largest suite takes up two entire floors, the Westin Excelsior also has some reasonably priced rooms that regular families can afford.