The Burj Al Arab exudes luxury with a Rolls-Royce chauffeur service. The hotel is covered in 20,000 square feet of gold leaf and holds the record for the largest Swarovski crystal ceiling. Don't forget to pick your perfect pillow from their pillow menu when you book your stay.
The "City of Love" has more to offer than baguettes and croissants. Eat right under the Eiffel Tower at Cafe Constant. Dine at L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, the restaurant of the world's most Michelin starred chef.
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The Mirage in Las Vegas offers yoga with dolphins for $50. The one-hour classes will focus on stretching the body, breathing exercises, and poses that will help guests start the day peacefully. A smoothie and access to the property's full spa facility are included in the class rate. Would you try yoga with dolphins?
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Omni Mount Washington Resort was ranked the best hotel in New Hampshire by the US News and World Report. Guests can fly through treetops on a zip line, play tennis, take a horse-drawn sleigh ride in the winter, and get massages, facials, and many other treatments at a 25,000-square-foot spa. The hotel is also rumored to be haunted by a well-mannered ghost.
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Condé Nast Traveller recently released its 2019 Gold List ranking of the best hotels in the world. Italy topped the rankings with eight hotels, followed by France with four. If you're planning a European tour this summer, you may want to book a room at these hotels:
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The Kudadoo Maldives Private Island is the luxury experience you've dreamed of, and it's entirely solar-powered. The resort consists of 15 bungalows that arch out over the water in a circular shape. Guests have access to a 24-hour butler, a spa, and a swimming pool overlooking the ocean. 🏝
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Staying in a super-luxe hotel suite doesn't have to be unaffordable. You can stay at the Penthouse Suite at Hotel Union Square in San Francisco, which has a private rooftop deck, for $339. If you want to experience a bit of luxury in Miami for under $500, check out the panoramic beachfront suite at Eden Roc Miami Beach.
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INSIDER reporter Alison Millington has spent 6 years living in London experiencing the food and drink scene. London is known for its drinking culture featuring pubs with open fires and hidden wine bars. Her personal recommendations are unique and memorable including a speakeasy hidden in an apartment building.
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Enjoy your stay with some friendly alpacas at Capaldi Ranch where you can get the chance to meet, feed, and snuggle them. The ranch also offers plenty of space and serenity so you can relax and watch the sunset with a glass of wine. If you love alpacas, you might want to stay at Capaldi Ranch.
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China's Huanglong Valley, also known as "Fairy Land on Earth," has the most surreal color changing hot springs. It's also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the areas surrounding the hot springs, animals such as pandas and monkeys are said to roam.
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"Game of Thrones" fans can now experience Westeros in real life with this interactive exhibit in Belfast, Ireland. Visitors get an up-close look at the original costumes worn by the cast and set pieces from some of the most memorable scenes including skulls of the Targaryen dragons. The exhibition will run through September 1st.
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What was once a fully-functioning grain silo and the tallest building in sub-Saharan Africa in 1924 is now home to South Africa's most expensive hotel room. The Silo Hotel features the work of contemporary African artists as decor and is located near the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa. Everything in the fully stocked hotel room mini bar, with the exception of four bottles of hard liquor, is free for all guests.
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Explore the Swiss Alps and its breathtaking scenery with this luxurious experience where every seat is a window seat. Along with the 7-course meal, there is an on-board bar, afternoon tea, and the perks of a concierge. A one-way ticket costs just under $700.
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This mirror-house is an artist's dream complete with an LP library, woodworking shop, studio, backyard pond, and garden. Up to 10 guests can stay at the house donned with eccentric artwork and decor starting from $165 per night with breakfast and coffee included.
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Experience the Canadian Rockies in GoldLeaf Service’s glass-domed train. The train carriages offer both comfort and luxury with heated, reclining seats and an outdoor viewing platform so guests can enjoy the fresh air.
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Dine with a view at the Äscher restaurant in Weissbad, Switzerland. It's built on the edge of a cliff so if you are adventurous enough you can hike to the restaurant. The Äscher restaurant was featured on the cover of National Geographic's "Destinations of a Lifetime" special.
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Do you want to experience a free six-course dinner cooked by Italian chef Gennaro Contaldo? All you need to bring is a table. The concept of "BYOT" is to bring people together around tables. Tables of all kinds are welcome, from picnic and patio to pool and even massage.
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If you love potatoes, head on over to Idaho and stay at The Big Idaho Potato Hotel. It has enough room for two people including a queen bed, a unique bathroom and a lounge area with a cozy fireplace. The decor is chic and inspired by millennial trends with houseplants all over.
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Miami is the perfect beach destination with unique food and amazing nightlife. Boston and Philadelphia are brimming with history and great restaurants. Nashville hosts a wide range of concerts and festivals during the summer. Check out what else you should add to your summer travel bucket list.
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