What is a 7-star hotel? A look at the best 7-star hotels in the world
You must have heard of 7-star hotels that indicate Weelde and provide excellent experiences in hospitality. While Forbes Travel Guide, AAA and Like Award Stars to categorize hotels and restaurants to exceed standards. There is no one who officially gives more than 5 stars – considered superior luxury. Websites and the media started with this practice to praise certain hotels that really stand out, known as “7-star hotels”. Here is an exclusive list of the most decadent 7-star hotels from all over the world. Click here to see Hotels in Pakistan.
1. Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi, UAE
The hotel is on its own private beach and defines the Arabic fantasy. Many of the suites, furnished in gold and marble, are luxurious enough to be favored by the royalties and dignitaries of Emirati. The room prices can be higher than $ 980 per night, but it is worth the unspoilt beach of 1.3 km, laid swimming pools and a private marina overlooking the bay-perfect for a one-off holiday.
2. Burj Al Arab, Dubai
This milestone structure stands on a man -made island, 280 meters away from Jumeirah Beach and is designed to look like a sail. It contains 202 suites, the most expensive of which is the Royal Suite with two bedrooms. So, Which costs almost $ 27,000 a night and comes with an Uber Sleep Technology bed, lift, cinema space, library, discreet check-in, butler service, Rolls Royce drivers and views of the Arabian Golf. So, Repeatedly voted on the most luxurious hotel in the world, every suite here comes with 24-carat gold iPads, Egyptian linen, designer toiletries and bubble baths. Improved suites include snookert tables, libraries, cinemas and private lifts.
3. Town House Galleria, Milan
Located in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II Mall (dating from 1877), just a stone’s throw from Duomo Square, the hotel has an inconspicuous entrance and only allows residents. There are only 20 luxury suites available, but the personalization in comfort exceeds that of every place on earth. So, They can cost an average of $ 505 per night. The hotel is unique in offering a free pets program, so that your pets get an equally royal treatment, complete with a Chenille bank, lunch mat and tea cup (available in different sizes).
4. Laucala Island, Fiji
This island, a total of 12 square kilometers, private ownership of Red Bull Founder Dietrich Mateschitz, has been turned into an unparalleled island resort. Laucala also offers dining on design, which means tailor -made menus at private -et locations – in the midst of the jungle, along a jetty or in the villa. Guests are encouraged to try the traditional Fijic therapies in the Spa garden and enjoy the swimming pool bar next to the 2000 m² Lagune-style swimming pool. So, A plantation with one bedroom with a private bath and direct access to the beach can cost $ 6,000 per night. While the home of Delana Hilltop Estate is occasionally available per earlier request for $ 55,000 per night.
5. The Mark Hotel, New York City
The hotel has been a milestone on Madison Avenue, Manhattan since the 1920s and combines the luxury of old-fashioned comfort, avant-garde design, modern technology and an unprecedented level of personal service. All offers in the Mark Restaurant & Bar are the passionate concepts of worldwide Chef Jean Georges Vongichten. Even pets enjoy benefits such as special menus and custom designed dog beds.
6. Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Paris
This hotel is at the ideal location for the best shops that Paris has to offer and has one of the most beautiful views of the Eiffel Tower. So, The 154 rooms and 54 suites are synonymous with Parisian glamor and show beautiful Louis XVI inspired interior. So, Guests can enjoy their own ice rink, jazz evenings in Le Relais Plaza, Europe’s only Dior Institut with exclusive spa treatments and driver-driven limousines to enjoy the sights of the Louvre. The Royal Suite comes to $ 27,000 a night.
7. Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
Opposite the beautiful panorama of the Mont Blanc at the Shore of Leman Lake, the hotel is one of the most contemporary addresses in Geneva. So, It offers a Michelin star kitchen from the famous chef Michel Roth, a luxurious Spa-suite, including a private jacuzzi, steam sauna and characteristic treatments of Spa La Mer, and an outdoor heated swimming pool with a view of the lake. While a classic room is available for $ 390, the Royal Penthouse offers 12 bedrooms, Executive Boardroom, Chiquest Art, Private Lift, armored doors, bulletproof glass, panic room and helicopter platform – all for $ 59,000 per night.