The George V is outrageously expensive. And worth every penny.
Here in Paris, the Four Seasons group runs one of their flagships.
Paris is the most elegant city in the world. And in this hotel you live in the most chic area of Paris: in the triangle between the Avenue Georges V, the Avenue Montaigne and the Champs Elysees (…)
Well, here’s a hotel offering you the ultimate French Luxury experience, and there’s a lot of big names involved:
The Cheval Blanc is run by the LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennesy) group, they offer Guerlain rituals in their spa, and the restaurant is called 1947, named after the best year of the famous Bordeaux grand Cru wine Chateau Cheval Blanc. (…)
Just in case you are not aware of it: The Crillon is one of the best hotels in the world.
Prince Mitab Ben Abdalah ben Abd al-Aziz Al Saound, a member of the Saudi-Arabian royal family, bought the hotel in 2010.
After a reather spectacular renovation that took 4 years and cost an incredible (…)
The JK Roma is magnificent. The house is a palace, the interior opulent, the colors intense but harmonious.
150 meters from the corner of Via del Corso and Via Condotti, located in the most prestigious area of the city but still a little off in a pleasantly calm street, lays this wonderful city palace (…)
This hotel is a legend.
For years, top luxury hotels in the world have been compared with the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok. It has set new standards in service and perfection, and still does.
Anyone who has ever stayed here, enjoyed the afternoon tea in the lounge of the Author’s Wing, who experienced breakfast here, on the large terrace at the banks (…)
The Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh is a WOW hotel and deserves „the-Best-of-the-Best-award“ in Hurghada.
Egypt has two major tourism regions, Hurghada and Sharm El Sheik.
Whereas the best hotel on the Sinai peninsula is the Four Seasons Sharm El Sheik, the Hurghada region has also a clear winner: Among the hundreds of hotels in (…)
The Ritz has a big name. One of the biggest in international hotel business.
The Ritz, that’s royal glamour and belle epoque luxury.
The Ritz hotels in Paris and London were the first in the chain. César Ritz opened the Ritz London in 1906, only three years after opening his very first hotel in Paris. Those two hotels are luxury hotel monuments that remain unparalleled until (…)
The Shangri-La Singapore is a very special hotel.
The Shangri-La is one of the havens of luxury around the world, and this one was the very first Shangri-La that opened its doors in 1971.
The design of the lobby might not be everybody’s cup of tea. When it comes to Asian luxury hotel interior design don’t be surprised to find floral sofas next to striped (…)
The Raffles is a big name in the international hotel business.
The one here in Singapore is the very first and still the best Raffles hotel in the world. This is a very special hotel: A visit to the Raffles will make you feel like a time traveler.
The hotel is well known for it’s opulent colonial and authentic design, for it’s afternoon tea. And it’s also known for the Singapore Sling (…)
Naka Island is definitely a special hotel.
Somehow, everything is raw here, rustic, natural, a bit like on the lonely island.
And you are on an island: The resort is located on Naka Yai, a tiny island north-east of Phuket, 10 minutes by speedboat from the northern Phuket Marina (…)
In which hotel would Julius Caesar stay if he were still alive? Well, maybe here.
Why? Because the Hassler hotel overlooks the eternal city like no other luxury hotel in Rome. Because of its superior service. Because in its courtyard you can find peace from the hustle and bustle of Rome. And because it is located right in the city center, as central as it can get.
The Hassler is definitely the best located 5-star hotel for the luxury traveler in Rome. (…)
With its almost-all-time perfect weather Egypt is a convenient travel destination especially for Europeans, Arabs and Russians looking for a beach vacation.
There is no such thing as a 6-star category in this sunny country on the Red Sea and if you are honest, there hardly is a 5-star level in the two major tourist destinations Hurghada and Sharm El Sheik. But exceptions prove the rule (…)
The Byblos is not a hotel. It’s a world of its own.
A world of beauty, wealth and fashion, of luxury, the latest summer dresses and shoes, and a peacock. Yes, there is a real huge peacock bird, wandering around in the beautiful hotel garden like in a fairy land. Of course, the Byblos is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World. In Saint Tropez there are only two other hotels (…)
The Adlon is one of those places you need to visit once.
It’s hard to describe what’s so special about it, there’s a few other super-chique luxury hotels in Berlin: The beautiful Regent at Gendarmenmarkt, the classy Hotel de Rome, the stylish The Stew or the somewhat annoying super-hipster Soho House.
But none of them has (…)
The legend, the original. Don’t be fooled by the fact that the Ritz is currently only our number 3 in Paris: Since 1898, the Ritz is solid as a rock in the history of luxury hotels in Paris.
In the long term, say over the past 100 years, the Ritz is clearly the number 1 hotel in Pairs. Maybe even in the world if you ask me. (…)