Top 5 Most Luxurious Hotels In The World
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Top 5 Most Luxurious Hotels in the World

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We all like a bit of luxury from time to time, especially when we are on holiday. However, the standard of some of the most luxurious hotels around the world is unbelievable. These hotels might be out of your price range but if you are heading off on your travels this summer be sure to do your research to find out more about what an Esta Visa is as travel regulations are getting stricter.

Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi

The Emirates Palace cost a staggering $3 billion to build. The hotel may not be enormous in comparison to others around the world, with a total of 394 guest rooms, but it is clear that a lot of money and effort has gone into ensuring that the hotel is the height of luxury. Everywhere you look there is chandeliers and palm trees. The hotel has its own spa, beautiful white sand beach and a number of swimming pools. Just looking at the impressive exterior is enough to show you that this is a hotel that is used to hosting royalty.

Mardan Palace Hotel, Turkey

Home to the largest swimming pool in the Mediterranean, the Mardan Palace Hotel is not understated in anyway. The hotel was built by a Russian billionaire, who spent approximately $1.6 billion on the elite hotel. Inside there is an abundance of gold leaf, crystal and Italian marble to create the impressive finished expected in such a luxurious hotel. As well as stunning suites, the hotel has ten restaurants and seventeen bars for guests to enjoy.

The Westin Excelsior, Rome

Built in 1906, The Westin Excelsior in Rome is both historic and luxurious. Many of the rooms in the hotel are affordable, however the signature suit has recently has a $7 million update, making it the perfect billionaires hideaway. The hotel brings together classic style with all the latest technology; the suite has its own fitness room, sauna and Jacuzzi as well as a private formal dining room- should guests wish to flaunt their lodgings to guests.

Burj Al Arab, Dubai

Dubai is one of the most luxurious holiday destinations in the world, so it’s hardly surprising that one of the top hotels in the world is based here. Shaped like a billowing sail, the Burj Al Arab is one of the most recognisable buildings in the Dubai skyline. Every room in the hotel is a suite which has two floors and stunning views across the sea and the city. Guests can enjoy personal butlers to fulfil their every need 24/7 and being driven by a chauffeur in a Rolls Royce. Additionally, there are a number of futuristic amenities like hovering tennis courts and a heliport.

The Boulders, Arizona

This highly renowned golf and spa resort has been carved straight out of 12-million-year-old rock formations, hence its name. With two golf courses and an enormous spa with all the facilities you could dream of, it’s hardly surprising that celebrities frequent the private retreat. The guests are so exclusive that The Boulders hotel staff can’t reveal who they are until after they’ve passed away!