These Are The Most Luxurious Hotels In The World

Published on 02/10/2020
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Traveling the world is a dream, filled with exciting adventures and places to explore- the world is filled with discoveries waiting to be made and experiences waiting to be had. However, with the tons of options available from Airbnb’s to hostels, hotels, and rentals there is a market for anyone. We have decided to show you the, most luxurious hotels in the world, just so you can see exactly how the wealthiest indulge.

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These Are The Most Luxurious Hotels In The World

The first most luxurious hotel on our list has to be Altira Macau- in Macau China. this five-star retreat displays unbelievable views of Macau with astounding floor-to-ceiling windows. With an incredible overall vibe, 38th-floor lobby and lounge this sky-rise hotel is the perfect place for a sunset view or night lights. The hotel is designed to feel warm and sensuous in nature with its angular features and luxurious whirlpool- we are sure you will feel right at home.

The Baccarat Hotel New York is our next destination of luxury with ist coverings and drizzles of crystals you cannot help but feel as royalty would in this luxurious location. The French-inspired hotel is covered in Baccarat crystals whether it be hanging from the ceilings or the chandeliers, silk textured finishes, oak floors and an incredible mica covered ceiling- will leave you speechless.

If Italy is where you’re headed and luxury is your game the Belmond Hotel Cipriani is an absolutely incredible sight. Founded by Giuseppe Cipriani who designed the Bellini cocktail, this hotel was a favorite of Ernest Hemingway and continues to pride itself in taste and impeccable service. The hotel boasts top fine-dining restaurants, boutique stores, perfectly cultivated gardens and creates a secluded paradise amidst the business of Venice. Oh, if you need a little extra attention there are 16 rooms available that come with a private butler.

Lastly, Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou based in the Guangzhou region of China is the epitome of modernity. The rooms sit in the third part of the 103-story tower and embrace a modern outlook of bold windows and marble finishes. The restaurant has an Italian touch however, the hotel overall embraces nature and authentically classic Chinese elements. If you’re looking to splurge or simply spoil someone these hotels boast an impeccable standard and will definitely not disappoint.

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