When it comes to accommodation there are plenty of options. From shoestring backpackers’ rooms to reasonably priced delights, everyone has something they can afford. But then there are the top tier luxuries that all but defy belief. We would never suggest you aim for any of the following venues, but it is also fascinating to know that they are available.
Also known as the Chelsea Hotel, thanks in part to the famous song written and sung by Leonard Cohen, is situated in Manhattan, in New York City. It was built between 1883 and 1885 and has 250 units available, all of which have at some point been home to some of the best actors, artists, musicians, and writers in the world.
Ellerman House was originally called Florida House and was built in 1906. It has changed owners several times since it was established and has had many transformations.
Sir John Ellerman, a generous philanthropist, is the most significant and although he did not build Ellerman House he was the longest resident and owner besides the Harris Family, who are the current owners.
While the majority of us will never be able to afford even a single night in the world’s most extravagant hotel rooms, one can dream!
These hotel rooms, situated all over the world, are the definition of the word ‘extravagant’ and any guest is made to feel like royalty.
If you’ve decided to take a historic trip, be sure to book yourself in to one of the many iconic hotels around the world with a provocative past to recommend them.
Europe offers a rich cultural experience and has been the inspiration for many artists, poets and writers through the centuries. Europe also offers great luxury accommodations.
Hotels have become a necessity in today’s day and age. They allow us to travel anywhere in the world and always have somewhere warm and safe to sleep. They offer everything from basic in-house services for the cheaper options, to entire suites that come complete with their own staff.
The future of the hotel lies in luxury, automation, and providing a restful, memorable experience, and one of the few hotels that can truly boast futuristic luxury is the Kohenur, one of India’s most well known hotels.
Ever seen an incredible hotel and resort on television and – with your mouth agape – wondered how much it must have cost to construct it?
With the price of construction reaching into the thousands of dollars per m2, it’s easy to understand why these monolith structures cost so much to construct and the ones mentioned below are the most expensive in history – so far.
South Africa is a destination that many travellers wish they could visit. The country offers beautiful landscapes, a variety of cultures and a rich history. South Africa offers excellent accommodation for visitors to this wonderful country.
1. The Cape Grace
The Cape Grace is located in Cape Town at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. The waterfront is always bustling and there is lots to see and do at the Waterfront. The Cape Grace is a luxury hotel and offers an elegant, warm atmosphere.
Luxurious, opulent, grand, lavish, palatial, extravagant…there are many words which can be used to describe the world’s most luxurious hotels, but no matter how you articulate it, the 5-star treatment offered will make you feel like instant royalty.
Not only are these the most luxurious hotels in the world, but they’re also the most expensive. Pack your Louis Vuitton luggage and head off into the sunset!
1. Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
Emirates Palace is made up of 394 rooms and suites, 40 meeting and conference room, a glistening white sand beach, countless pools and fountains, a plush spa, marble imported from 13 different countries, over 1,000 crystal chandeliers, and cost approximately $3 billion to build.
Boasting the most distinguished marina development in the Middle East, the Emirates Palace is best described as a fortress of pleasure.