Staying in a hotel is something that everybody does in their lifetime. Most people tend to stay in modest hotels or motels, as big, luxurious rooms can get very expensive, very fast. For those who listen to big name artists like Kanye West or Drake, the number of times the Westin Hotel or the Palms Hotel are mentioned make listeners assume that these are the kind of luxury hotels everybody should aspire to stay at. While the Westin and the Palms may be four and five star hotels, they can't hold a candle to these luxury resorts and hotels.
These unique and luxurious hotels are probably no stranger to the rich and famous, but to mainstream society, they're nothing short of complete self-indulgence and relaxation. While some of these hotels may be halfway across the world from where you are now, it's going to be hard not to want to visit them all. Everybody has their own preferred setting - whether it be modern, rustic, or whimsical - at least one of these hotels will be calling your name.
For those who love the outdoors, sleeping under the Northern Lights is an option. Tired of the hustle and bustle of the city and just want to get away? Pay to sleep in a treehouse in the forest, completely isolated from society and light pollution. The opportunities are endless. Ever find yourself day dreaming about getting away? Let these luxurious hotels build onto those thoughts. Which hotel would you be willing to fork out the money for? Here are ten of the most unbelievably luxurious hotels in the world.
10 The Golden Nugget, Las Vegas
9 Boscolo Exedra Roma, Rome
8 Treehouse Point, Washington State
7 Hotel De Glace, Quebec
6 Poseidon Undersea Resort, Fiji
5 Grotta Palazzese Hotel, Italy
4 Kakslauttanen Igloo Village, Finland
3 Whitepod Hotel, Switzerland
2 Cocoa Island By Como, Maldives
1 Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai
Ranking in at the most unique and luxurious hotel in the world is Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. After all, it does boast itself as the most luxurious, so it makes sense. This skyscraper-like monument in the middle of the sea is a place for the rich. A night at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah totals up to be over $2,500, and that doesn't include all the extra activities and food. The rooms aren't average hotel rooms, either; they're duplexes, and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah has 202 of them. This hotel also has four swimming pools, a fitness center, nine world-class restaurants and bars, a water park, a kids club, and a spa. In addition to those amenities, guests can set up a number of activities, such as turtle rehabilitation, shopping, sightseeing, water sports, helicopter rides, and a ton more. You name it, they probably have it. In case you're itching to have a personal butler, the hotel can provide that, too.
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