The Most Luxurious Hotels in the World
The world’s finest hotels boast desirable locations, interiors that demonstrate meticulous attention to detail and amenities that range from Michelin-starred restaurants to luxury spas.
Most luxury hotel experts is proud to present our most current collection of the World’s Best Luxury Hotels and Resorts. And why not, after the huge success of last year’s luxury hotel awards. Who better to select the best luxury hotels in the world than the travel agency with the most comprehensive collection of 100% luxury hotels. Click on the list to the left to explore and discover all of the best hotels for 2016. This year we’ve hand-picked the best luxury hotels worldwide, based on great feedback from our loyal customers. Learn about Five Star Alliance and how we can help you find and book the ideal luxury hotel just like we’ve helped tens of thousands of travelers.
World’s Most Luxurious Hotel
Burj Al Arab, Dubai
The architecture of this iconic hotel is one of the most photographed in the world. All rooms are ultramodern suites with stunning views. Beyond the unique amenities that exceed expectations, there are a wide range of futuristic options for dining and nightlife.
Gritti Palace, Venice, Italy
If we want everything to stay as it is, everything needs to change.” So says Tancredi in the great twilight-of-the-aristocracy novel Il Gattopardo . It could be the motto of historic Venetian grande dame The Gritti Palace, whose recent £36.5m top-to-toe restoration was designed to make everything look the same just even more opulently stylish. One example every sparkling teardrop pendant of every vintage chandelier was detached, repaired or replaced and polished by Murano artisans.
Rosewood Mayakoba hotels, Mexico
Private lagoon or beachside access? The options at this Riviera Maya hotel will make it difficult to make a decision, but you can’t go wrong. Spacious rooms, private pools and plush bathrobes remind us that Mexico is way too close not to visit.
D-Hotel Maris, Marmaris, Turkey
D-Hotel Maris stands in an unblemished nature reserve and looks towards the Aegean and Mediterranean. Repeat guests know to request a harbour-facing room for the best views and to make a point of sailing those turquoise-tinted waters aboard the resort’s 100ft yacht Pasa. Kayaking, diving and more can also be arranged at the watersports centre, five beaches provide variety and a spa offers refuge on rare rainy days. On summer evenings, dinner can be taken at an alfresco outpost of London’s Japanese restaurant Zuma or one of five other dining options.
Mystique hotels, Santorini
The spectacular town of Ios on Santorini is pure paradise. Add a luxury hotel to the mix and you have the most idyllic holiday imaginable. Mystique’s 35 breathtaking suites are all built into the cliffs overlooking the sea on the outskirts of this exquisite Greek island town, perfect in their whitewashed glory, and the mind-boggling sea views just add to the luxury. Guests dine al fresco on their private balconies, sunbathe in privacy or just stare out over the azure ocean.
Plaza Hotel, New York
Get deeper inside this legendary and posh hotel, to the Royal Plaza Suite, opening to the best views of Manhattan. Consisting of three bedrooms and three bathrooms, it’s designed in the charming old-times style, with a private elevator, a library, a gym, a grand piano , full kitchen and butler service.