Several hotels around the world are eager to claim the superlative of being the most luxurious. Certainly on anyone’s short list would have to be the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, which is a skyscraper shaped like a sailboat and built on an artificial island. You can pamper yourself in one of the luxury suites at $28,000 a night, which includes white Tuscan columns and gold leaf railing. Much less ostentatious is the the Aria Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic, which Tripadvisor.com rated the most luxurious hotel in the world. Each room of the hotel has a different musical theme, some of which are tied to the musical history of Prague, and you can get a full music library in your room. Then there’s the Oberoi Udavilas in Udaipur, India, with its marble floors and Moorish columns. You may have seen this hotel in the movies: it was featured as Kamal Khan’s palace in the 1983 James Bond film Octopussy. Most luxurious? That depends on your tastes anr your point of view.
There are three hotels who have “earned” 7 stars, the Town House Galleria in Milan, Italy was the first, opened in 2007 with 25 rooms. (http://www.townhousegalleria.it/suites.html)
The second one was the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, it has 202 rooms, 60 floors and the smallest room is 169 sq meters (1820 sq feet). (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burj_Al_Arab)
The third is the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. This has 302 rooms and 92 suites. The hotel has 16 Palace Suites on the sixth and seventh floors, 22 three-bedroom suites are reserved for hosting many heads of state and their guests. (http://www.emiratespalace.com/en/rooms/index.htm)
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