The Most Luxurious And Expensive Hotels Across The Globe

Published on 08/18/2020
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If you are venturing out across the globe in search of the world’s most luxurious locations, these destinations are the epitome of luxury. With resorts and amenities that boast a one of a kind experience, there is no way you will have a bad experience. These luxurious hotels come with a hefty price tag but their sensational architecture and hospitality are worth it. The beauty of the world we live in can be explored in many different ways and through many different means. These are the world’s most luxurious, pricey, hospitable, and decadent hotels:

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The Most Luxurious And Expensive Hotels Across The Globe

Emirates Palace- Abu Dhabi

If we are talking about luxury, Emirates Palace tops the cake. The hotel cost over $3 billion to develop and with its amenities, there is no doubt why. The hotel boasts 394 rooms, 40 meeting rooms, a white-sand beach, multiple pools and fountains, two spa facilities, and restaurants of course. Within the design there are 13 different kinds of marble that have all been imported from a different place in the world, with over 1,000 Swarovski crystal chandeliers there is no doubt it is so expensive. The UAE is filled with high-standad hotels and is becoming a front runner for expensive travel facilities and for its innovative architecture.

The Plaza- New York City

Oh how we have all heard of The Plaza, it is a New York attraction and defining hotel, with its mention in almost any movie set in New York. The Plaza was officially made a Historic Landmark in 1969. The hotel boasts everything you can imagine and more but the Royal Three Bedroom Suite is where all the commotion is caused. The suite has been designed in gold, to give off a feeling of luxurious warmth. The suite boasts a dining room that can seat 12, full kitchen, grand piano, a library, a gym and has its own private elevator. Naturally, a butler is also included in this top experience.

The Westin Excelsior- Rome

The Westin Excelsior actually has a few affordable rooms for the average old jo or someone who wants to travel in a moderate/ normal budget. Based in the Via Veneto district the hotels main attention-seeking attraction is the Villa La Cupola Suite. This suite alone cost $7 million when it underwent renovations. The suite is fully equipped with smart-home technology, decorated in grand old style, and has its own jacuzzi, gym and dining room. It is a favorite amongst those who have the money and are willing to spend it.

Burj Al Arab Hotel- Dubai

Dubai really manages to take it to the next level, whether it be hospitality, amenities, or architecture they are paving the way. This resort is designed in the shape of a billowing sail for starters. Each room takes up two floors and boasts incredible sea-views. The hotel is equipped with hovering tennis courts, a helipad, restaurants and nightlife that are enjoyed by royalty from across the globe. Their hospitality boasts 24-hour butlers, chauffeurs who drive Rolls Royce’s, a beach and so much more.  Dubai is becoming a hub for fine dining, travel, and shopping- we can see why.

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