790,000 Hotels. The amount of top quality hotels in the world.
Hôtel Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris
Hôtel Raffles Royal Monceau Paris is located in Paris’s 8th district, 500 metres from the Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe. It offers a cinema room, an indoor swimming pool and a library of contemporary art books. Rooms at the Hôtel Raffles are air-conditioned and equipped with a telephone, satellite TV and private bathroom. There are 2 restaurants at the hotel, which serve both French and Italian gastronomic-style cuisine. You can also relax in the garden with a drink.
Dubai Burj Al Arab
If Elton John and Donatella Versace teamed up to create a hotel, it would probably look a lot like Dubai's Burj Al Arab, which describes itself as "tremendously bold." The hotel's two Royal Suites are a gleeful explosion of all things gold, glittery and marble. Then again, what would you expect from a hotel that is shaped like a billowing sail and is the tallest hotel in the world (1,053 feet high, only slightly smaller than the Empire State Building)?
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Las Vegas The Bellagio
We were surprised that the most expensive hotel room in Las Vegas--a private villa at the Bellagio--is only $6,000 a night, but hotels in Sin City are always lower than average since hoteliers know the real money will be blown on gambling. The Bellagio has nine separate villas in a quiet corner of the property. Each villa has a private terrace and pool, which is surrounded by topiary shrubs, chaise lounges and outdoor tables. Every villa has a private butler service and private limousine entrance
The honor, or should we say honour, of the most expensive hotel room in London technically belongs to the three-bedroom Royal Suite of the Lanesborough Hotel, which is 4,500 pounds, or $6,407, a night. However, the suite is being renovated and will not be open until April 2002. So the winner by default is the penthouse suite of Claridge's (there are actually two), and both come with a personal butler.
Peninsula Suite Hong Kong
The 26th-floor Peninsula Suite at the Hong Kong Peninsula was built with spooks in mind. Since many of the visitors to the suite are diplomats and heads of state, both the CIA and M15 were consulted on the design to ensure maximum security.
While we can't confirm whether or not the room is bugged, the room has direct access to the hotel's helipad for quick getaways, and there is also a security guard's room down the hallway. (The hotel can't reveal what else the CIA and M15 suggested, due to security reasons.)
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