Top 5 luxury hotels in the world

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is a five-star hotel located on Connaught Road in Central, Hong Kong, owned and managed by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. The hotel opened its doors in 1963 as “The Mandarin”, and quickly drew recognition for its service and elegance. In 1967, after four years of operation, The Mandarin was listed by Fortune magazine alongside the Ritz in Paris, the Grand in Rome, and the Connaught in London as one of the eleven great hotels in the world. In 2005, the hotel spent USD 150 million to renovate its 501 guestrooms, 10 restaurants, and numerous public spaces, as well as to construct the three-story Mandarin Spa, one of only three Forbes Five-Star spas in Hong Kong.

The Trump International Hotel, New York City, USA

The Trump International Hotel and Tower is a high-rise building, located at 1 Central Park West on Columbus Circle between Broadway and Central Park West, in Manhattan, New York City. The building is 583 feet (178 m) tall. It is owned by the General Electric Pension Trust and features hotel rooms and residential condominiums. The building was originally the Gulf and Western, designed by Thomas E. Stanley and built in 1969. Between 1995 and 1997, the building was stripped to its skeleton and given a new facade designed by Philip Johnson and Costas Kondylis.

The Langham, London, UK

The Langham, London is one of the largest and best known traditional style grand hotels in London. It is in the district of Marylebone on Langham Place and faces up Portland Place towards Regent’s Park. It is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World marketing consortium. The hotel featured in the James Bond film GoldenEye (1995).The hotel has a five star classification and is now flagship of Hong Kong-based Langham Hotels International. A further round of refurbishment, costing £80m was completed in April 2009. The reconfigured Langham now has 380 rooms, down from 425, a restored Palm Court which has served afternoon tea since 1865, a new business centre and 15 function rooms including The Grand Ballroom which can accommodate 375 guests for a reception. The new spaces join the Artesian bar, Roux at The Landau restaurant and the private dining room, Postillion, created by designer David Collins.

Soho House Berlin, Germany

Soho House Berlin opened in 2010, the building is now a cornerstone of a burgeoning creative hub in the Mitte district. This eight story hotel has 40 individually designed rooms all with unique amenities. Features the Club Floor restaurant, Cowshed Spa, a rooftop pool, 30 seat movie theatre and famous Red Room resting space. The only problem with this magnificent boutique hotel is that it’s for private members only. The hotel has an Italian-American bistro, a hip bar with a fireplace, and a rooftop pool and terrace. There’s also a spa, fitness center and movie theater.

Hotel Amigo, Brussels, Belgium

Hotel Amigo is set among the cobbled streets of Brussels, just around the corner from the picturesque Grand Place, one of the most beautiful squares in the world. A former prison, it became a hotel in 1957, just in time to host royals, celebrities and VIPs for the Brussels World’s Fair. It has 154 rooms, 19 suites, 5 meeting rooms for receptions of up to 55 guests, Ballroom, dividable in to 2 separate rooms with marble foyer and private entrance, suitable for receptions of up to 300 guests,  24 hour Business Center and  40 parking spaces.

Source: Wikipedia.org

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