Recently, Luxury Hotels released a list of most expensive hotels in world, which was obtained by comparing lowest prices for double rooms in various hotels in world in August 2021. What hotel is worthy of such an expensive price? And why would anyone want to pay for it? Let's go to these ten hotels to find out!
Hotel Brando, France
($4,818 per night)
Surrounded by vast blue expanses of South Pacific Ocean, Brando Hotel tops list with rates starting at $4,818 per night. On island of Tethia, located in northeast of Tahiti, is Brando Private Island Resort. When your gaze is filled with golden sands covered in blue glass sheets and you are enchanted by most primeval green forest, you can guess that this is not most mysterious treasure left nature to man... He is isolated from world, and many small islands are scattered in Pacific Ocean, like stars in the night sky. It is called "the last paradise on earth." ". In addition to its breathtaking beauty, it is a habitat and refuge for birds and marine life.
35 sets of independent villas are built next to blue sea, and all-inclusive service at a single price allows guests to experience most original charm of island. Boutique homes, private pools, private beaches, high-end spas, top-notch culinary skills, romantic trails, bird island fish, organic fruits and vegetables, and environmental protection technologies make privacy, relaxation, and ecological environment an exceptional luxury enjoyment. resort guests.
Hotel Amangiri, USA
($4298 per night)
Second place goes to Amangiri Hotel in Utah, USA. The Amangiri Hotel is surrounded by Utah's Martian landscape. Looking through hotel's glass curtain wall, huge boulders and peaks rise above barren land overgrown with weeds. The rocks here are weathered all year round by wind and water and polished to gray, apricot, pink and rusty red colors... The picturesque relief can only be comfortably experienced at Amangiri Hotel. Stepping outside protective circle of modern conveniences, magnificent outlandish cliffs outside hotel will become a sports enthusiast's paradise.Hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding and canyon river walks allow you to explore magical connection between life and nature at any moment. time.
Anantara Maia Hotel, Seychelles
($4,059 per night)
Anantara Maia in Seychelles ranks third with prices starting at $4,059 per night. Seychelles is one of most popular luxury holiday destinations in Indian Ocean region. Anantara Maia is located on Mahe Island, largest island of Seychelles archipelago in Republic of Seychelles. Lying in a quiet virgin forest overlooking sea, warm spring and blooming flowers, this is a private relaxation environment created by hotel for guests. The design of entire hotel, from exterior to interior, is rooted in rich cultural traditions, historical sites and natural beauty of area, allowing tourists to experience one unique exotic journey after another.
Shrub Creek Ranch, USA
($3,869 per night)
This is Wyoming in Rocky Mountains and magical western United States. At Shrub Creek Ranch, in a sprawling world of over 120 square kilometers, all-inclusive, one-price service allows guests to enjoy best without a lifetime limit. Sunset at dusk and starry night, time seems to stand still at most beautiful moment at any time, making beauty of nature within reach. Ride horses through endless meadows, climb among strange rocks, stay calm during indoor yoga classes, stimulate during jungle adventures and original healthy food cooked at ranch... At Shoosh Creek Ranch, this will be an unforgettable adventure.
Rock Creek Ranch, USA
($3,600 per night)
Rock Creek Ranch is also located in western United States, in a pristine valley in Montana. This resort uses most unique way to introduce guests to ranch life. Enjoy beautiful scenery in different seasons on horseback, enjoy fishing in clear stream, and enjoy various outdoor activities such as mountain biking, campfire party, etc., which will let you experience healthiest and most interesting life on ranch. The ranch has 29 living quarters that can accommodate 75 people. Residences range from granite cottages to converted run-down barns, luxury homes and canvas camping huts, offering guests plenty of options.
Le Dune Resort, Italy
($3,321 per night)
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Le Sand Dune Resort is nestled between lush green forests and golden sandy beaches in Sardinia, Italy. This is a good choice for a seaside holiday. Along north coast of Sardinia, resort has 5 unique hotels that can cater to various needs of guests such as honeymoons and parent-children vacations. In total, resort has 496 bedrooms that can accommodate a large number of guests, 10 restaurants in different styles, designed to interpret traditional food culture of Mediterranean and Sardinia.
Nemo Bay Resort, Canada
($3,100 per night)
The dark green forest world of North America has always been a quiet place where people can come to terms with nature at close range. Nestled in heart of Ursa Major Rainforest on Canada's West Coast, Nemo Bay Resort aims to push guests away from hustle and bustle of city, back to nature and enjoying green forest and a tranquil stream. The resort is surrounded by natural forest oxygen bars that awaken every pore of human body. Take a boat trip, draw a line through dark green and calm water, meet the wild animals that come out for food, and greet you heartily as if you have become a member of this primeval world.
Kokoma Private Island Resort, Fiji
($2,975 per night)
Here, developer hopes to create "an island paradise like no other", and this private island resort of Kokoma in Fiji has successfully made his wish a reality. When you step into resort, all worries and fuss are discarded, only peace, sound of waves and singing of birds remain. The resort's 21 single-family villas offer guests great privacy, private pools, tropical gardens and opportunity to enjoy beautiful island style from comfort of their homes. In addition, resort has also designed 5 luxurious mountain top apartments, providing a great place for guests traveling with family and friends to have a great time.
Amanzoe Hotel & Resort, Greece
($2,972 per night)
Greece has not only Acropolis of Athens, built in BC, but also "modern Acropolis" that attracts countless "pilgrims" - Amanzoi Hotel and Resort. Based in Porto Heli Bay in Greece, Amanzoi designers have successfully combined elements of Greek Acropolis with modern and trendy styles to create this unique resort. In distance, endless mountains and seas, surrounded by an open-air restaurant decorated in style of Colosseum, which will take you through time and space, enjoying local traditional cuisine.
Nautilus Hotel, Maldives
($2,875 per night)
If we talk about most expensive hotel, Maldives will certainly contribute to list. The Nautilus features 26 single-family cottages that either "float" on sea or next to beach, giving guests more of a holiday experience. On a small island surrounded by blue sea and silvery sand, everything is most primitive beauty, and everything is simplest happiness. People returned to their original state of nature, forgot about speed of time and forever remained in a free and quiet paradise.
Source: Global Travel Weekly/Wang Jialin