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Top 5 Luxury Hotels

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Whether you visit Turkey, wild or exotic Costa Rica Kenya, each destination luxury hotel welcomes you to promise to give you an unforgettable experience. If you are bored, but the Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton or Hilton will not be disappointed hotels offer great style that surpassed all expectations. Eccentric and bizarre, sure you will arouse curiosity in the first minute.

Al Maha Desert Resort Spa
Exclusive hotel, built by Emirates Airlines in a desert oasis located outside of cosmopolitan Dubai, is like a Bedouincampsite of. Each room has a private pool and for the most demanding customers to provide specific spa treatment site. Related activities as recommended in the desert safari, camel rides and demonstrations of hunting hawks.
Anatolian Houses
Volcanic landscape of Cappadocia located in a territory belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage, this luxury hotel attracts tourists with decorated suites and Jacuzzi LCD TVs. Cappadocia was known in history as a hidden place of Christians in Roman times, offering not only incredible scenery, and trekking, rafting and balloon flight.
Costa Rica Tree House Lodge
Costa Rica and the Caribbean Sea is the perfect setting for a hotel that brings a rather luxurious house in the trees. In the two guest rooms can accommodate up to six people, which has a splendid view: 300 feet of private beach and nearby rain forest which continues with the blue Caribbean. Location offers privacy, and activities practiced only good friends: surfing and rafting.
Ice Hotel
The most bizarre hotel in the world is definitely Swedish Ice Hotel, which reinvents itself every winter from tons of snow and ice crystal. The hotel can receive over 100 visitors, in the original rooms where the temperature is at the limit of 5-8 degrees Celsius. Incredible hotel and the chapel stands the ice (what do you say about a cold wedding?), Absolut art gallery and bar, an original first ice bar in 1994. For those that do not support a temperature so low, Ice Hotel also has several rooms with heating.
Ngong House
Located near Nairobi, the coffee plantation and writer Karen Blixen, author of “Out of Africa”​​, this hotel is run by a former Belgian diplomat. At four meters above the ground, trees, boxes offers a spectacular view of the Ngong Hills landscape. Ngong House offers private villas and a few interested and log cabins. Breakfast and lunch are served under acacia trees in the garden, while dinner is a romantic candlelit experience in a rondaval, specifically African building with grass roof.

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