The world is filled with so many beautiful hotels and resort stays that it can be a real ordeal trying to narrow down the best place to stay when you travel. Here we have the four best hotels and resorts the world has to offer if you want to live like royalty during your trip.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
Costing approximately $3 billion to construct, Emirates Palace has 394 rooms and suites, 40 assembly and conference rooms, a white sand beach, a plethora of fountains and pools, a sumptuous spa, marble imported from 13 different countries, and more than 1,000 crystal chandeliers. It’s like a little pleasure fortress which also boasts the most prestigious marina development in the Middle East. Royalty, or people who wish to feel like royalty can enjoy one of the numerous palace suites, all with lavish interior design that would be fit a Sultan of old, with sufficient contemporary amenities to please the top tycoons. Also check out these odd and unusual hotels you will want to go out of your way to go to.
Mardan Palace Hotel, Turkey
Constructed by Russian Billionaire Telman Ismailov in 2009 to the tune of $1.65 billion, the Mardan Palace Hotel at Antalya, Turkey boasts the largest swimming pool at the Mediterranean (it can fit up to 1,000 guests) and is touted as one of the most elite luxury resorts in Europe. Past the sinfully sumptuous suites and jaw-dropping interior style of gold leaf, crystal clear, and Italian marble, in addition, there are ten dining areas, 17 pubs, a lavish spa and a sunken aquarium filled with exotic fish. There is more: 9,000 tonnes of white sand has been flown in from Egypt for the beach alone, and 24/7 private butler service is also included. These resorts have incredible amenities and are decorated with beach style homewares which will make you want to reserve a stay.
Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai
A billowing sail, the magnificent architecture of Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai makes it among the most photographed in the world. All rooms are luxurious suites spanning two floors with state-of-the artwork everything and incredible views. And beyond the distinctive over-the-top amenities such as the attached heliport and hovering tennis courts, there’s a huge range of futuristic nightlife and dining choices. Their guest attention is also severely intensive. Upscale extras include in-suite check-in, 24/7 personal on-call butlers, and a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce fleet, all catering to very well-off VIP clientele which frequently includes royalty.
The Boulders, Arizona
A very prestigious golf and spa hotel, the swanky Decoration is left up to Mother Nature in The Boulders, as it is impossible to compete with stunningly surreal 12-million year-old stone formations. Crossing 1,300 acres of the Sonoran Desert, supreme natural rejuvenation is guaranteed at their Enormous spa Chemical, and their two golf courses are world class. There is also an über Private gated Villa Retreat decked out with coast furniture and interiors for celebs seeking anonymity. PR rep Deborah Bridges says, “Our clientele is among the richest in the world, however We are not allowed to talk about who our VIP guests are till they are dead.” That says it all. That is why you Should never have a bath in a hotel tub.