Top 10 Best Luxury Hotels In The World

The Connaught – London

The Connaught in Mayfair, London occupies a quiet area in the village and is family friendly.

With rooms starting at £480 a night and suites at £720, no matter your budget, every room has a classic elegance and contemporary style alongside antique pieces.

The Apartment is a suite like no other on earth. It features a large wrap around balcony, four-poster bed, 24-hour butler service, high ceilings and a beautiful fireplace.

There are a wide selection of bars and restaurants to choose from also, so you’ll never be bored. You could even spend your entire holiday time in this hotel!

The location is second to none as it’s just an 8-minute walk from designer shops, leaving you with plenty of options to scope out the city.

Shangri-La Bosphorus – Istanbul

Shangri-La Bosphorus will set you back over $26,000 a night for the Shangri-La Suite, but you’ll occupy almost half of the top floor.

This suite also offers two bedrooms, a living room and dining area with astounding views of the Bosphorus Strait (a waterway that forms part of the boundary between Europe and Asia).

Once you look out of your window, it’ll feel like you’re on a ship and everything inside is top to bottom luxury: Thick carpets, huge beds, historical wall paintings, lamps, workstations, a marble bathroom… and the list could go on forever.

Okura – Amsterdam

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It will cost you $4,000 to stay at the Presidential Suite at the Okura hotel, and it has everything you could ever want for your money.

Located on the 21st floor, you’ll have access to your own bar which is stocked to serve your favourite drinks.

The bedroom provides spacious sleeping with an ensuite bathroom, as well as the choice of a connecting bedroom if you are travelling with family or friends.

If you are expecting guests or perhaps an unplanned business meeting, then the dining area can instantly be transformed into a meeting room to accommodate.

Oh and don’t forget at the touch of the button you can control the curtains, lighting and temperature.

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