1. Burj Al Arab, Dubai
The Burj Al Arab is a seven-star luxury hotel located in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the hotel is Managed by the Jumeirah hotel chain, The Burj Al Arab is the seventh f tallest hotel in the world, the construction of the hotel started in 1994 and was completed in 1999.
The Burj Al Arab design and construction were managed by WS Atkins and Rick Gregory, this hotel is known for its location as it stands on an artificial island that is 280 m, from Jumeirah Beach, and it is connected to the mainland by a private bridge, Burj Al Arab is also recognized for its unique design as the structure shape is been resemble like the sail of a ship. The hotel has 199 exclusive suites, it also has a ballroom called Al Falak, and many events are hosted by the Burj Al Arab event team. One can get all the best features or facilities in the Burj Al Arab, the hotel also has a helipad near the roof, the hotel has golf carts, they provide many services including a shuttle service, chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce cars, a 17 pillow menu, butlers, Talise Spa.
2. Muraka Conrad, Maldives
The Muraka Conrad is one of the most luxurious restaurants in the world, it is located in Maldives Rangali Island, and The Muraka was opened in 2018. It is owned by Hilton Worldwide. Muraka is the first and most famous underwater hotel suite in the world.
The Muraka was built in Singapore and by ship, it was transferred to the Maldives, and the construction cost $15 million. Yuji Yamazaki and Ahmed Saleem designed it. The hotel consists of an en-suite master bedroom 16 feet below sea level, an en-suite master bedroom, an en-suite twin bedroom, and a sun deck, with a private infinity pool and hot tub, the most amazing feature of the Muraka hotel is its interial, it has curved acrylic glass walls and ceiling that allow the guests to see and enjoy the sea life and it also has a walk-in closet fully covered with glass, planning a stay at The Muraka is an exclusive experience, guests can get there by private seaplane or speedboat, it also includes complimentary jet skis, on-call massage, a personal trainer, spa treatments, and a private butler and chef.
3. Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Italy
Grand Hotel Tremezzo is located on the shores of Lake Como in Italy, it is a historic luxury hotel that was built on behalf of Enea Gandola, the hotel’s Construction started in 1908 and was completed in 1910. Grand Hotel Tremezzo has an amazing interior, peaceful gardens, and stunning pools.
The hotel facilities include Free WiFi, a beach, spa, and health club facilities, three swimming pools, and laundry services. In-room they provide a minibar with free non-alcoholic drinks, bottled water, TV, and a range of Aqua Como bath products.
4. Taj Lake Palace, India
The Lake Palace is one of the most famous floating hotels, it is located on the island of Jag Niwas in Lake Pichola, Udaipur, India. The property of the palace was commissioned by Prince Maharana Jagat Singh and originally the Lake Palace was known as Jag Niwas palace, later it got turned into a hotel, and now the palace is managed by IHCL.
The walls of this palace are made of white and black marble and are embellished with precious stones. The Lake Palace has 4 restaurants, 65 rooms, and 18 grand suites, The palace was featured in many movies.
5. Amilla Glamping, Maldives
Amilla Glamping is located in the Maldives, it is a luxurious place with white sand beaches, and most of the island is an untouched lush tropical forest.
They provide Wi-Fi, lounge chairs for sunbathing, air-conditioning, and a wooden picnic table, Pizza, and Popcorn night The Glamping bubble is a popular package it is a round firm glass bubble big enough for two, the bed is placed in the middle of the bubble, and on a side table there will be some games and puzzles as well. Amilla has six different glamping packages to choose from, a barbecue dinner on the beach, a body massage for two, and a private movie screening with all the typical viewing fixings.