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The Most Luxurious Hotels in the World

The Most Luxurious Hotels in the World

Some travelers are addicted to luxury. They will only stay in the finest, most extravagant hotels that money can buy. If you are one of these travelers, you will be happy to know that many hotels and resorts are more than happy to cater to your lavish desires. There are certain cities in particular that contain many lavish hotels. These cities will give you a large selection of places suitable for your high-end tastes.

Photos SITE Ritz hotel Paris 2010 - Photographies professionnelles C.MadamourParis, France
Paris, France is home to a number of extravagantly luxurious hotels. The great majority of these hotels are very classic, paying homage to the city’s historic past. For Example, Le Meurice, near the Louvre on the Rue de Rivoli, is one of the finest hotels in the world. The palace that is Le Meurice is a haven for celebrities and socialites. The suites offer bathrooms designed completely of marble, with historically inspired room decor. It is rated five stars. Another example of Parisian extravagance is the Ritz. The Ritz in Paris coined luxury and glamour in the hotel world. Located just steps from the Champs Elysees, you will be sure to find everything you expect in this gorgeous hotel. After all, it is the Ritz.

Las Vegas, Nevada
In Las Vegas you will find unparalleled amounts of extravagant luxury, for a price much lower than most other cities. From the Bellagio to the Venetian, there are literally hundreds of extravagant hotels throughout Las Vegas. People travel to Las Vegas for two reasons: affordable luxury and gambling. One reason it costs less to stay in an extravagant Vegas hotel is because there are so many of them. With so many luxury hotels, the hotels have had to lower their prices in order to compete with each other to draw in a large enough customer base. When you visit Vegas, be ready to see reconstructed views of every part of the world, ranging from New York to Paris, and from Venice to Ancient Egypt. In addition, Vegas hotels offer many fantasy options, such as Treasure Island‘s pirate-themed resort. For those with less eccentric tastes, Vegas also offers many more traditional luxury resorts, such as the Palms Resort and Casino or the Trump Las Vegas.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai is one of the richest cities in the Middle East. As such, it offers a variety of many amazing hotels. Atlantis The Palm Hotel in Dubai offers a standard of accommodations only matched by the original Atlantis resort in the Bahamas. It is located near the Dubai Creek Golf Club and the Dubai International Marine Club. The Jumeirah Beach Hotel combines amazing architecture with a beautiful waterfront location. The Jumeirah offers over thirty-six thousand square meters of private beach to its guests, overlooking the scenic Arabian Gulf. The hotel itself is architecturally inspired by an ocean wave. Dubai is truly an amazing city, where desert meets sea. It is also one of the most welcoming cities in the Middle East to foreigners, as much of its economy consists of international oil transactions.

Traveling Extravagantly
These are only a few of the various extravagant locales that exist around the world. Every major city has something to please travelers who look for luxury. Cities like Orlando, Hong Kong, New York, Madrid, and many others are also great choices for a lavish traveler. However, if you truly want the best of the best, Paris, Las Vegas, and Dubai are for you. No where else will you find such a stunning collection of amazing hotels and resorts.

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