The best hotels in the world
Everyone wants to spend a vacation in Paradise. From the private bungalows of Bora Bora to the glass Igloo lost in frosty Finland, we have chosen 50 hotels, each of which is worth a visit at least once in a lifetime. This is the first part of our selection. Enjoy the view of Singapore while swimming in the incredible swimming pool on the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands hotel. Have Breakfast watching zebras at Little Mombo Camp — the best hotel in the world, according to Travel + Leisure magazine. Little Mombo Camp is located in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Take a boat ride to the Oberoi Udaipur hotel in Udaipur — a leader in India, according to TripAdvisor. Leave a fortune in a room on the top floor of the world’s most luxurious Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai. Retire to the cabin Of the Kauri Cliffs hotel, which occupies 25 thousand m2 of countryside in New Zealand. Play, drink and have fun in Wynn Las Vegas — the best, according to the leading magazine of the UK Conde Nast Traveler, Las Vegas hotel. To date, the Hotel de Glace in Quebec is the only ice hotel in North America. It was first built in 2001 and consists of 15 thousand. tons of snow and 500 thousand tons of ice. Take a dip in The qualia’s infinity pool while admiring the views of the Great Barrier reef. The hotel is located on Hamilton island in Australia and is considered the best in the world, according to Condé Nast Traveler magazine. Dine at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island’s underwater restaurant while enjoying the sea view. Enjoy the beautiful views and take part in a group lunch with guides on the Beho Beho Safari in Tanzania. Rent a houseboat and take a trip along the coast of the Indian state of Kerala. Take up glamping (glamorous camping) at Paws up resort, located on a ranch with a total area of 150 million m2 in Western Montana, USA. Unwind in the unique creation of architect Frank Gehry, the hotel Marqués de Riscal, located in Elciego, Spain. Take refuge in the cave of Gamirasu Cave Resort, whose rooms are carved into the rocks of Cappadocia, Turkey. Stay in the surface bungalows of Four Seasons Resort, located on Bora Bora in the South Pacific ocean. Travel + Leisure magazine calls this hotel one of the best in the world. Explore Australia’s sparsely populated Kangaroo island in comfort, taking advantage of the southern Ocean Lodge, which Travel + Leisure magazine considers the best in Australia. Visit the heavenly height of the hotel rooms Park Hyatt Tokyo. Guest rooms here start on the 41st floor. This is the hotel you could see in the movie “Difficulties of translation”. Resembling a sand castle, Mihir Garh has been named” the most unusual holiday destination of 2014 ” by authors and editors of Lonely Planet guidebooks. Treat yourself to a Royal room of 680 m2 and cost 15 thousand. dollars per night at Emirates Palace hotel, Abu Dhabi. Spend a night under the stars in the glass Igloo of hotel Kakslauttanen in Finland. Enjoy afternoon tea among the palm trees of the Plaza hotel’s famous atrium at the corner of Fifth Avenue and new York’s Central Park. Enjoy the beautiful views from the Berggasthaus aescher, nestled on a mountainside in the Swiss Alps. Swim in the infinity pools of the five-star Hanging Gardens Ubud hotel in Bali’s rainforest. Stay on the yacht Sunborn Gibraltar, anchored off the coast of Gibraltar in Spain. Marvel at the views of the Mediterranean from the white fabulous villas of Katikies hotel in Oia on Santorini island in Greece.