Mardan Palace in Antalya, Turkey is luxury beyond all meaning. With 11 Italian restaurants, a 2,400 fish aquarium (yes you can swim with the fish), and 560 remarkable rooms, most places on the planet fail to compare to its aura. Russian billionaire Telman Ismailov has spent over $1 billion on the project and for only $18,300 a night you can enjoy the 9,000 tonnes of white sand imported from Egypt, the 500,000 crystals and 23,000 square meters of Italian marble. Collage by#Luxurydotcom |
Fairmont Banff Springs Fairmont Banff Springs Where: Alberta Built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1888, the world-famous Fairmont Banff Springs is designed to resemble a Scottish baronial castle. Upon opening, the hotel pioneered tourism to the mountains and forests of Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Mountain top Disney-style Castle Hotel opens in China
Dalian, in northeast China. The Castle Hotel is open for business after extensive renovations on the property, which sits majestically on top of Wanxia Mountain, overlooking Xinghai Bay and the Yellow Sea. The Presidential Suite will set you back £12,698 a night Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2762233/All-needs-Prince-Charming-Fairytale-mountain-Disney-style-Castle-Hotel-opens-China-boasting-13-000-night-suite.html#ixzz3E49whYoJ