Luxury hotels take your hotel stay to a completely different level. From the beautifully-designed lobby areas and the amazing scents from the moment you walk in, to the wide variety of amenities and impeccable service, you truly get what you pay for when it comes to these incredible hotels. Staying in luxury hotels offer a fantastic experience packed with more benefits than you can imagine. Whether you’re wanting to dine at your hotel’s restaurant, swim at the pool, relax at the spa, or just enjoy breathtaking views, a luxury hotel is where you want to be. Here are the most luxurious hotels in the world that offer more than you can imagine.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
The Emirates Palace, boasting 394 grand rooms and suites, cost a whopping $3 billion to build. The hotel has over 40 meeting and conference rooms, a white sand beach, a wide array of pools and fountains, two gorgeous spas, and marble that was imported from 13 different countries. Anyone who’s anyone, from celebrities to fortune-500 CEOs have frequented this hotel. If you want to feel like royalty, this is the place for you to be when visiting the Middle East.
Palms, Las Vegas
What better way to indulge in Sin City than making yourself at home in one of the Palm’s luxury rooftop suites, such as the Two-Story Sky Villa? The 8,500 square foot suite can hold up to 52 people and has an enclosed pool that overlooks the entire Las Vegas Strip. The Palms Hotel is famous for their casino, Palms Resort Casino, which features Baccarat, Blackjack, high limit rooms, and limitless slots. Even someone like me, who is obsessed with playing from home at Pokerstars Casino, can be entertained and feel just like the high rollers when frequenting this casino. With private dining, luxury bars, floor to ceiling views, and plenty of outdoor activities, the Palms is the perfect spot to fulfill the fantasy of living in luxury.
Burj Al Arab, Dubai
This breathtaking building that accommodates 202 suites, was built to resemble a billowing sail. The Burj Al Arab is one of the most photographed hotels in the world. All rooms are luxurious suites spanning two floors with state-of-the-art everything with beautiful views of Dubai. This hotel has over the top amenities, such as an attached helicopter pad and hovering tennis courts. There are an array of dining and nightlife options, so there is always something for you to do. A few upscale extras include in-suite check-in, 24/7 personal on-call butlers, a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce, all catering to VIP clientele that often includes royalty. This luxury hotel may look small in size, but it is actually the world’s fifth tallest hotel.
Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas
This hotel was built as a tribute to the legendary lost city of Atlantis and is a 141-acre accommodation, deemed the most luxury resort in the Bahamas. The resort’s Bridge Suite, located on the 23rd floor that really gives you a run for your money. It spans 10 plush rooms topped by 12 foot ceilings and full-length windows and includes a grand piano, twin entertainment centers, a formal dining room with a 22-karat gold chandelier, plus a permanent staff of seven butlers to cater to your every need. Only royalty or those who feel like royalty frequent this gorgeous hotel in paradise.
Marqui Los Cabos, Cabos
This spectacular hotel was inspired by a celestial legend of two angels seeking paradise on earth. The lobby of this gorgeous, 5-star hotel opens out onto the restless sea like a temple to its creation. Beautiful specially-commissioned sculptures, huge waterfalls, deep infinity pools, and a wonderful serene spa really set the tone for those vacationing in luxury. Not to mention, George Clooney owns a beach villa next door to this magical place. The luxurious rooms all boast balconies where you can often spot people out on the sea, as well as private villas that offer their own personal dipping pools. This place is everything!
The Plaza, New York
The Big Apple is known for amazing, swanky hotels, but The Plaza is often the top choice for those visiting VIPs and elite guests. This 20-story hotel offers its guests babysitting, a butler on every floor, a shopping mall, a Champagne bar, as well as a boatload of meeting and conference rooms. The Royal Three Bedroom Suite is styled in the most gorgeous of old world charm with a formal dining room that sits up to 12 guests. It also boasts a library, gym, a grand piano, full kitchen, and its own private elevator. Built in 1907, this is one of the most popular luxurious hotels in all of New York, and the legendary structure was designated as a National Historic Landmark back in 1969. The Plaza Hotel was also featured in the 1992 infamous film, Home Alone 2, starring Macaulay Culkin.