When planning that dream trip and outstanding luxury is certainly a thing to be considered. Private beaches, exclusive penthouse suite sand Michelin star restaurants are available at some of the world’s most luxurious and prestigious hotels.
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, France
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes seems to belong in a F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. Describing itself as “where old-world glamour meets modern luxury in the heart of the Côte d’Azur”, the 19th-century mansion has 117 rooms and two villas. The place is decorated with gilded mirrors and elegant chandeliers. Surrounded by 22 acres of lush gardens, the hotel is home to 33 beach cabins, a recently renovated Eden-Roc Restaurant and a relaxing Sisley spa. Prices start from $1,187 a night.
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi
Located on the Arabian Gulf and costing around $3 billion to build, Emirates Palace is one of the world’s most exclusive hotels. Marble floors imported from 13 countries, 303 superior rooms, 92 suites, 1,000 crystal chandeliers, a collection of wonderful pools and water fountains and many other amenities make this a real palace. Prices start from $522 a night.
Armani Hotel Milano, Italy
Designed by the fashion house Armani, the Armani Hotel in Milan is elegant and one of the most required stays in Europe. Possibly because the Armani/SPA is said to be the spa in Milan, offering guests the chance to escape the buzz of the city for some relaxation; or because of the luxurious lounges and chic boudoirs of the Signature, Presidential and Milano suites. Priced from $550 a night.
Laucala Island Resort, Fiji
A private island spanning 3,500 acres, Laucala Island is nothing but paradise. Compared to the other options on this list, the prices may seem a little too much, but for $5,594 a night for a double room, you get what you pay for. This includes a jungle spa, golf course, five exceptional restaurants and one of only 25 villas, making your stay as private and exclusive as possible.
Amangiri, Utah, United States
Amangiri is the most private of all destinations featured on this list. Sitting 600 acres into Canyon Point, the desert between Utah and Arizona, the hotel is built around a plunging pool facing the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. This remote hideaway offers both action-packed adventure and relaxing treat. Each suite and villa frames the raw natural beauty of dunes, plateaus and mountains. Prices go from $1,303 per night.