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The most expensive rooms in the world

The first person in the country, well-known and popular stars, athletes and other celebrities prefer comfort and convenience, even with short official visits, tours or events. Everything has to be perfect. But only the first person in the world can afford the luxury of staying in the most expensive hotels. The room rate for just one night can often exceed the cost of a small apartment somewhere in the province. The impressive size, scope and luxury of the rooms seem unearthly. Now your attention is invited to the ranking of the most expensive hotels around the world. Let’s see how everything can be completely.

Opens the top five most expensive hotels in the world hotel in the capital of Japan the Ritz-Carlton. The hotel is the tallest building in Tokyo. The location only enhances the status of the hotel is the cultural and business center of the country. The view from the Windows will allow you to fully enjoy the city and to consider the greatness of the mountains Fuzzy. Are two hundred and forty-eight luxury rooms, one of which the most expensive is the presidential Suite. Price per night in this room starts from 25 thousand dollars.

Now fast forward to Italy and its capital Rome. Here is the hotel, which occupies the fourth place ranking — the Westin Excelsior. Continue reading

Best Singapore hotels 5*

Rich culture, tropical climate, modern architecture and stunning kitchen is one of the most prosperous countries in the world – Singapore, has incorporated the bright colors of the West and the East. Before you top 10 luxury, luxury and elegant hotels – find your perfect option in the most perfect place on the planet!

Marina Bay Sands luxury hotel Singapore!

The authoritative edition of Travel+Leisure have recognized Marina Bay Sands in 2012 one of the best hotels in the world in its annual ranking of the Top 500. The hotel complex is without doubt one of the most popular places for recreation, entertainment and business meetings in Asia.

Floating Crystal pavilions, the building of the Museum of art and science, built in the shape of a Lotus flower, shops of leading international brands and trendy restaurants of famous chefs, as well as the best theatres and night clubs the hotel is surrounded by the most famous restaurants of Singapore.

Unique concept Asia’s Dining Destination, implemented at the hotel, will introduce guests with international culinary delights in the performance of star command 6 restaurants. Continue reading

The most expensive hotels in the world

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

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