Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
Mardan Palace, Turkey
Mardan palace opened on May 23rd, 2009 which has 10,000m2 of gold, 500,000 crystals, and 23,000m 2 of Italian marbles used in the construction of the hotel. Mardan Palace has 560 rooms, a 12,000 sq ft. Spa, Mediterranean’s largest swimming pool, a sunken aquarium containing 2,400 fish, a beach carrying 9,000 tons of sand imported from Egypt, made with the whole costing of $1.4billion.
Burj al Arab, Dubai
Burj al Arab is the world’s third tallest hotel with a helipad near the roof at the height of 210m (689ft) above ground. Burj al Arab opened in 1999 with the cost of $ 1 billion.
Atlantis Paradise, Bahamas
Atlantis located in paradise island; the Bahamas opened in 1998, has 3,805 rooms. Suites (Royal, Coral, Beach, Cove, Reef, Harborside), Super Suites (Royal Bridge), luxurious rooms with a full-length window, it also incorporates piano, two entertainment section, and formal dining space under a 22 karat gold chandelier.
The Boulders, Arizona
Building a resort with a 12 million-year-old formation isn’t it something unusual. The boulders opened in 2001, with the total cost of $43.3 million spread over 1,300 acres of the Sonoran desert. Massive spa and two golf courses are pleasant.
The boulders bow down more towards nature which makes it different from any other place.
Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas
Palms casino opened on November 15, 2001, has 703 rooms 94,840 sq ft casino, recording studio having 2,500 seat concert theater, more private glass elevator, rotating bed, gym, sauna, media room, and bar.
The Westin Excelsior, Rome
Westin Excelsior opened on January 18, 1906, with 281 rooms and 35 suites. Excelsior is six floors tall and furnished in grand old style with modern high tech gadgets, hand-frescoed cathedral style dome, private fitness room, sauna, steam bath and jacuzzi and a formal dining room. In whole a perfect place to live.
Plaza Hotel, New York
Plaza hotel situated in New York opened in 1907, with the cost of$ 12.5 million a 20 story luxury hotel with a height 250 ft which incorporate a formal dining room, a library, a gymnasium with a grand piano, full kitchen, and a butler’s pantry.