The Burj Al Arab hotel is with is luxury interior and excessive level of service dubbed the “World’s Most Luxurious Hotel”, and some even call it a seven star hotel despite the fact that the official star ratings is 1-5 only. Advertisements
Think grand interiors, Japanese-style dining, and an infinity pool with cracking views over downtown Bangkok at this lavish, high-rise hotel right in the middle of all the action.
Moving along the banks of the great Chobe River, Zambezi Queen is a 5-star, 42-metre long luxury houseboat offering unparalleled sophistication in one of the most remote locations on the planet.
Armani Hotel Dubai have been awarded the title as Dubai’s Leading Hotel for the third consecutive year by the World Travel Awards. Envisioned by fashion icon Giorgio Armani, this hotel is without doubt standing out from many other hotels. The hotel occupies 11 floors of Dubai’s iconic skyscraper, Burj Khalifa, and by having its own…
The Toronto-based Four Seasons hotel group invites its guests to new means of traveling from one of its properties to another, in the hotel industry’s first fully branded private jet.
Bora Bora – it’s possibly the most glamorously famous island in the world. Located on its own islet and suspended between turquoise waters and limitless skies, Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa nestles in a sacred cove of white sand and majestic lava rock. Here you will find a sensitive blend of authenticity and…
The most expensive hotel suite in New York city took seven years and $50 million USD to build, features cathedral ceilings, semi-precious stones in the bathroom, a grand piano and stands 800 feet (over 240 m) above the street — the highest hotel penthouse in the city.
The street food of his home town of Kolkata and a formative stint at El Bulli are the twin inspirations behind chef Gaggan Anand’s boundary-pushing restaurant in downtown Bangkok.