10 Incredibly Luxurious Hotels From Around the World

Hotels around the world strive to offer a lavish experience for customers that stay in their rooms but some go above and beyond when it comes to catering for the rich and famous. Here are 10 of the most incredibly luxurious hotels from around the world. 

Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles, USA

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Chateau Marmont is a popular hideaway for A-list celebrities in Hollywood. Source

We start this list in the United States but away from the usual suspects located in New York and Washington DC. The Chateau Marmont is a popular hotel built back in 1929 for some of Hollywood’s A-listers with the building drawing inspiration from Chateau d’Amboise located in the French Loire Valley. There are both hotel rooms and Spanish villas available on-site and The Garden restaurant boasts famous chef Carolynn Spence at the helm.

Burj al-Arab, Dubai

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The Burj al-Arab is regularly referred to as the most decadent hotel in the world. Source

Decadence and wealth are the buzz words in Dubai and Burj Al Arab offers both in overwhelming abundance. It stands as the fourth tallest hotel in the world and was built on an artificial beach. The hotel took 5 years to build and was finally finished in 1999 at a cost of $1 billion. 202 rooms are available across 56 floors. The stunning design is what puts the hotel ahead of the competition with the interior atrium reaching a height of 590 feet tall. Such is the level of luxury associated with the hotel that it has been labeled as the “world’s only 7-star hotel”.

Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas

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Atlantis Paradise Island is the largest hotel on this list. Source

Sun, sea, and sand are the order of the day at Atlantis Paradise Island. Originally opened back in 1998, the hotel is relatively new compared to some of the older hotels across the world. Its idyllic position on Paradise Island in the Bahamas offers serene views of the ocean and golden sands. It offers a staggering 3,805 ocean-themed suites. The hotel is also built around the Aquaventure waterscape which holds Mayan Temple slides, The Rapid River, Power Tower, Splashers, The Dig, and an 18-hole championship golf course.

Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, Japan

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The Ritz-Carlton is located on floors 45 to 53 of the Midtown Tower. Source

The Ritz-Carlton is a name that transcends cultures and borders with it being globally renowned as one of the most luxurious brands in the hotel industry. The Tokyo venue is up there with the finest in the world. Located on floors 45 to 53 in the Midtown Tower skyscraper it is an understated position but this does not lessen its lavish offerings. Possessing 248 rooms it also boasts Japan’s most expensive Presidential suite that costs a stunning $20,000 per night to book.