What do you look for when you book a hotel room? Do you worry about whether or not they have a hot tub and pool? Maybe a quality gym that lets you get in a quick workout? How about a breakfast buffet to get your morning started right?
Whatever your preferences are, it’s likely that they don’t come close to what these hotels offer. As the most high-end hotels in the world, they offer a category of luxury that most of us can only dream about.
Keep reading to see the top most expensive hotels in the world.
Atlantis Paradise Island – Bahamas
When one thinks luxurious, the word exotic is often close by. And it doesn’t get more exotic than Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
Built as a tribute for the lost city of Atlantis, this 141-acres oasis makes the most of its stunning natural surrounding. It sits on its own island and features a two-mile white sand beach that spills out into the Atlantic Ocean.
While it offers many of the attractions one would expect from a high-end hotel, such as breath-taking architecture and unmatched elegance, it also has its own unique offering. With 14 lagoons and over 50,000 aquatic animals, Atlantis Paradise Island is home to the world’s largest open-air marine habitat.
The Westin Excelsior – Rome
All roads may lead to Rome, as they say, but you’re going to want to call ahead to get into the Westin Excelsior if you need accommodations.
Home of the largest suite in Italy, a country known for its style and taste, the Villa La Cupola is a masterclass in Old World Style and modern convenience. Housed beneath cathedral-style domes, it has its own fitness center and dining hall. It’s the perfect home-away-from-home for those who can afford it.
Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa – California
When booking hotel rooms, most people are satisfied with free WiFi. The idea of having access to the best European sports cars doesn’t even cross their minds.
Yet, that’s what’s available at the Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa. Southern California’s only Relais & Chateaux resort offers that latest Porsche models to visitors. Take it out along the Pacific Coast before returning to your Mediterranean-inspired suite.
Burj Al Arab Hotel – Dubai
No place has built its name of extravagance the way Dubai has. Opulence and luxury are evident in every building and design choice.
Few embody this approach the way the Burj Al Arab Hotel does. Resembling a windsail, this hotel offers such one-of-a-kind amenities like hovering tennis courts and an attached helipad.
Each room is a two-story marvel, equipped with the latest in technological convenience. A fleet of chauffered Rolls Royces are on-hand should you feel the need to venture out.
Put the World’s Most Expensive Hotels On Your Bucket List
Traveling the world offers many opportunities. Being among different cultures and experiencing new environments builds timeless memories.
But for anyone that says it’s the journey and not the destination hasn’t stayed in places like these. Scattered throughout the world, these expensive hotels almost make it worthwhile to stay in and ignore the surrounding beauty.
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