For those who dream of a dream vacation there’s nothing better than a stay in one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Now in all the continents, in cities as well as in locations in major tourist attractions you can choose the most beautiful hotels, some are also the most expensive because they offer unique services. What unites hotels for location, design and history is the attention to the guests in every detail. Luxurious surroundings, frames of prestige, luxury bedrooms, impeccable service and a number of extras that help you to feel as the protagonists of a fairy tale. Let’s see some definite must for those who want only the best.
Among the most scenic hotels there is the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur, India. It is a building designed for the Maharaja in 1923 and today has become a must see for lovers of luxury and pomp. The rooms seem to immerse themselves in the magical atmosphere of the realms of Indians among luxuriant gardens, swimming pools and services worthy of a king. In Dubai we saw the splendor of the Atlantis The Palm, built on the artificial island with the largest water park that is integrated into the structure. Among the special features is the largest indoor aquarium and suites under the sea.
If you want a real castle like fairy tales you have to fly to Quebec City, Canada and stay at the Fairmont Château Frontenac. A national monument that dates from the late nineteenth century and is built following the models of French and Scottish castles. Do not forget the Mardan Palace, one of the most expensive and popular in the Mediterranean. A regular destination of stars and celebrities which pampers each guest with its services from the Thousand and One Nights which boast among other things one of the largest pools in the world.
In Malaysia, George Town, the Macalister Mansion has adapted a colonial mansion until it became a designer hotel with different rooms and theme. Finally, an address that has made the history, the Plaza Hotel in New York City opened in 1907 and continues to be, even today, a point of reference for the Big Apple. In short, a world tour in a luxury hotel.