Top 5 Luxury Hotels Around the World
There are a number of compelling reasons to stay in luxury hotels - you get the VIP treatment usually reserved for celebrities and business tycoons, they are always located in prime areas with pristine surroundings, and they offer various adventures and activities - overall, they are all about laying back and enjoying the finer things in life.
To boot, with the huge competition in the hospitality sector, luxury hotels are also making their experiences more accessible by providing unique and affordable amenities in an effort to keep up. From exclusive beachside resorts to villas with their own private pools, here are some of the most luxurious hotels in the world:
Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas
Named after the mythical lost city, Atlantic Paradise is one of the most well-known Bahamas resorts. It consists of 5 different hotels, The Royal, The Beach, The Coral, and newly built properties The Cove and The Reef.
From championship seaside golf, to tennis matches on the harbor, to inimitable experiences with marine life, there is no shortage of resort activities to discover at Atlantis. Endless thrills and adventure await the 141-acre water park filled with water slides, river rides, 11 amazing pools, and miles of white sand beaches.
Explore the world's largest open-air habitat with over 50,000 marine animals in 15 exhibit lagoons. Snorkel, scuba, snuba, and dive or walk with sharks. Enjoy yoga, pilates, a fully equipped fitness center, unwind in the world-class spa, or indulge in the pulsating nightlife.
Titanic Mardan Palace, Turkey
Rich in history and brimming with natural beauty, Antalya is one of Turkey’s most fascinating cities.
The innovative Palace All Inclusive concept enables you to experience family-friendly luxury in an utterly unique holiday environment. Titanic Mardan Palace welcomes you to Turkey’s famed Riviera with 5-star sophistication, award-winning service, and a picture-perfect location.
This palatial resort features one of the largest outdoor pools in Europe and 8 à la carte restaurants. Each restaurant is dedicated to world cuisines. Titanic Mardan Palace offers a private beach area and luxurious rooms equipped with luxury amenities. From the stately Dolmabahçe Lobby, with its palatial design and striking glass ceiling, to the sumptuous and meticulously appointed accommodation, everything here is crafted to delight and inspire. The palace's all-inclusive dining concept encompasses over 30 acclaimed restaurants, bars, and lounges; leisure activities include a KLAFS-designed spa, Tini Kids Club, sports and entertainment programs, and a nearby championship golf course.
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, USA
Located adjacent to Mandalay Resort & Casino, Four Seasons is one of the only non-gaming and non-smoking hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.
Four Seasons Las Vegas is a tranquil Five Diamond oasis with a Forbes five-star spa and offers the best of both worlds: serenity in a resort-like setting paired with the energy and nightlife of one of the greatest entertainment destinations.
Just outside the city, experience close-by natural wonders, including the Grand Canyon and Red Rock National Conservation Area.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi is situated on a 0.8-mile length private beach overlooking its own natural bay on the Arabian Gulf.
The silver, gold, and glass mosaics evoke Arabia's long tradition of hospitality. This luxurious hotel, which has the newest technology and 14 food and beverage outlets, provides visitors the finest of both contemporary and old-world charm.
Each room and suite has lavish bedding and elegant furniture including a marble bathtub, an interactive HDTV, over 150 TV channels, complimentary movies, On Demand services, and free high-speed Internet access. Each suite has 24-hour butler service.
Taj Lake Palace, India
Lake Palace (formally known as Jag Niwas) is a former summer palace of the royal dynasty of Mewar, and it is now turned into a hotel. The palace was constructed facing east, allowing its inhabitants to pray to Surya, the Hindu sun god, at the crack of dawn.