If you’re looking for affordable hotels there are plenty to choose from that still give you a taste of luxury, for example this qantas accommodation sydney cbd. However, if you’re looking for nothing but the best you’ve got to be willing to put money towards having a once in a lifetime experience in one of the top 3 hotels in the world. Be warned, these may have waiting lists as they have such high demand but at least this gives you plenty of time to save. The topic of which hotels make the cut as the top 3 is hotly disputed however, these picks cannot be faulted on style, service and quality of experience.
Royal Mansour, Marrakech, Morocco
The Royal Mansour is a majestic feat of artistry; showcasing some of the most superb examples of Moroccan tile art expertly crafted throughout the hotel. The exquisite nature of this hotel’s decoration does not stop there as it also has silk covered walls, etched bronze doors, hand carved marble and hand painted features wherever you look. As well as being visually stunning, the visitor experience is second to none.
This hotel consists of 52 individual private villas, each with 3 storeys. Each villa also has a courtyard with a rain-activated canopy, and a rooftop terrace with a heated pool and fireplace. The service you receive here has also been designed with pure luxury in mind; with 24/7 private butler service and an underground tunnel system for staff to use so that they do not disrupt your peace and quiet. If you wish to venture outside of your private quarters, there is a spa and two impeccable restaurants run by famous French chef Yannick Alleno. What more could you want?
Suiran, Kyoto, Japan
Kyoto is one of Japan’s most famous districts; home to the most famous geisha in it’s time and still frequented by some of the county’s most notable people. This hotel is situated on the banks of the beautiful Katsura river and is home to some of the most stunning Japanese gardens. This hotel is known for its tranquillity and sharp service, and also has modern yet traditional style bedrooms with Japanese sliding doors yet high-tech automated toilets, and even super-fast internet.
Extras include a daily hour-long champagne reception and 24-hour room service including private spa treatments. There are also two restaurants, one in formal French dining style serving exquisite food, and a less formal, more relaxing traditional Japanese bar.
Mystique, Santorini, Greece
It doesn’t take much for a Santorini hotel to be spellbinding due to the stunning location. The Mystique is built into the cliff face overlooking one of the most beautiful sea views in the world; perfect for watching sunsets. The 18 rooms are decorated in the typical Santorini basic white stone style, some features even carved directly into the stone, with fantastic results; giving an authentic Greek experience. There is even an open-air restaurant serving top-notch seafood, and a pool.
No matter where in the world you’re