Owners of luxury hotels, it seems, does not loss from the effects of the global economic crisis. In contrast, the price per night in luxury apartments are growing quickly, and VIPs, it made no scares. The Imperial suites and presidential penthouses are always in high demand among the travelling elite, particularly government officials. For example, us President Barack Obama during his three-day visit to Moscow in June 2009, she filmed the entire Ritz-Carlton.
Authoritative British magazine Wealth Bulletin publishes the ratings of the most expensive hotel rooms. On the eve of the 2010 “big ten” were the following hotels.
Geneva: Hotel President Wilson
The price of the night in the Royal penthouse occupying the entire floor, is sixty-five thousand dollars. According to Wealth Bulletin, it costs almost twice as much as 2009. Despite the unprecedented high cost, book the penthouse is not easy: you have to align your intentions with the main hotel Manager. Continue reading
The best hotels for even the most authoritative travel guides always complicated by subjective criteria. For example, Traveller’s Choice equally appreciates a respectable Switzerland and the Grand Hotel Kronenhof, as well as Hong Kong The Upper House. And the exhibition World Travel Market on a par with the legendary Dubai’s Burj Al Arab calls one of the best hotels in the world St. Petersburg’s Grand Hotel Europe (Grand Hotel Europe). We in their choice not only focused on the ratings of tripadvisor, TopHotels and Booking, but also pay attention to what the legendary of usually differ from standard hotels to 5 star.
Maldives: Angsana Velavaru
Go to the Maldives for the pristine beauty of nature in the style of Paradise “bounty”: the azure ocean, white sand, and calm, as if reality was filtered in instagram and added her contrasts. Beautiful places and luxurious hotels in the Indian ocean are many, but the most beautiful is considered the Turtle island in dhaalu Atoll Atoll — this is the Angsana Velavaru, owned by the world famous Banyan Tree Group. Continue reading