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BURJ AL ARAB, popularly known as the” Sail”, is the most expensive and luxurious hotel in the world. There are no regular rooms. All 202 rooms are suites. All rooms are two-storey, and the smallest area – 170 square meters, while the largest – 780 sq. m. the Night in the cheapest room will cost You $ 1,500.
This is the first seven-star hotel in the world, and part of it is a symbol of Dubai. Sheikh Mohammed – the ruler of Dubai realized that for tourism development to his Emirate needed a recognizable symbol. Like the Eiffel tower in Paris or the Statue of Liberty in new York. For this purpose he hired the English architect Tom Wright. The idea to build a hotel in the shape of a Sail came to him by accident. Continue reading
Vacation in Vietnam is becoming more and more popular every year. One of the Vietnamese resorts — Pattaya, where they go for bright impressions and shopping. And of course, you want to spend your savings on this, and not to pay for expensive rooms. Do not worry, budget hotels in Pattaya can be found. Luxury is not here, but the comfort is quite acceptable.
Sawasdee Pattaya Hotel-comfortable, cozy and safe
In the center of the resort is an inexpensive Sawasdee Pattaya Hotel. Home comfort, good location close to places of entertainment, security-the hotel is video surveillance around the clock. It offers a restaurant and an Internet cafe, free time can be spent also playing Billiards. Continue reading
Travel agents still consider Bali and India exotic places. They don’t know yet that the real exotic today is a party underwater among corals and sharks swimming overhead.
But soaring rays in the water column can be seen only in isolated places. Skyscanner selected 8 hotels with underwater rooms, which made the fiction of literary fiction a reality.
Atlantis the Palm hotel in Dubai
The hotel called “Atlantis” has two luxury rooms, which are named after two ancient gods of the sea: Neptune and Poseidon. The names are ideal for rooms with views of the underwater world. You can imagine yourself the Lord of the seas, enjoying the passing flocks of fish and soaring rays, taking at this time a bath with essential oils. Continue reading