5 Of The Most Famous Luxury Resorts

Published on 03/12/2023

Gold and marble, exquisite cuisine, first-class furnishings, the best view – and all that with excellent service that leaves nothing to be desired by guests: these are the luxury hotels of this world. Whether seven, six or five stars: They are all more than extraordinary, have the same, highest hotel category and offer the same exclusive holiday feeling. Fulfill your dream of a luxury holiday and let yourself be pampered to the letter – in the most incredible luxury hostels worldwide.

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5 Of The Most Famous Luxury Resorts

Burj Al Arab, Dubai

The Burj Al Arab is indisputably one of the most famous hotels in the world, its imposing shape and its reputation of being the most luxurious hotel in the world has helped significantly. It rises pompously like Dubai’s sails and has changed the city’s skyline forever. It’s often referred to as a seven-star hotel (the official categorization ends at five stars) to show just how chic the hotel really is. Anyone who stays there can look forward to nine fine restaurants and bars, an oriental dream spa and rooms that leave nothing to be desired. If you bring the necessary small change with you, you can land on the roof by helicopter, use the private butler service or check in with the help of a golden iPad… Room prices start from around €2000 per night.

Bellagio, Las Vegas

The Bellagio in Las Vegas is no less decadent with its huge fountain and the luxury shopping area right in front of the hotel. It is considered one of the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas and rightly so. Visitors can look forward to a noble ambience as soon as they enter and those who really want to be spoiled can book one of the chic villas, which are equipped with a private terrace and private pool and offer their own butler service. Oh, and you also have your own spa with sauna. But don’t worry, a concierge service is also available for all other rooms. From around €200 per night for a double room, you’re in!

The Ritz, London

Similar to the Plaza in New York, the Ritz in London is an institution and makes visitors’ hearts beat faster with its elegant charm. Whether you curl up in front of the fireplace in your suite or prefer to dine chic in the ballroom-style restaurant, you’ll feel royal above all else at the Ritz. Stars and starlets, kings and queens, they all love the glamorous hotel, so why not take a luxury trip yourself? From almost €500 you can feel like the Queen herself.

Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez, Cannes

From the real kings and queens to those who embody them on screens, the Hotel Martinez hosts the stars of the red carpet every year during the festival. The rooms are modern and offer plenty of light, but that’s not all. The luxurious penthouse suite with a whirlpool, sauna and hammam offers a 290 (!) square meter terrace with a dream view of the city and the sea. The close proximity to the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, where the Cannes Film Festival takes place every year, almost makes the Hotel Martinez part of the spectacle. If you can do without the oversized roof terrace, you can experience the glamorous life of the Côte d’Azur live from around €180 per night for a double room.

The Plaza, New York

The Plaza in New York is more of a landmark than a typical hotel thanks to its imposing building right on 5th Avenue. In any case, visitors lack nothing here: All rooms are equipped with an iPad with which the holiday can be organized with a click (room service, print boarding passes, contact the concierge, etc.). The Plaza also offers numerous luxury shops, a chic spa area, butler service for suite residents and numerous restaurants, bars and cafés. It even has a food hall – a kind of food court for foodies – instead of classic fast food chains, there are fine restaurants and gourmet shops in an elegant ambience. Room rates start from around €700 per night.