When it comes to luxury places to visit, hotels around the world constantly push the limits to provide their customers unique experiences. While you can find opulence in almost any destination, The Most Expensive Homes has selected the top picks for travel that goes above and beyond.
Located within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, about 45 minutes from the famous Ngorongoro Crater, Asilia’s new Highlands camp is conveniently positioned for easy access to the game preserve, which boasts some of the highest biodiversity in the world.
With only 30 cabins and a capacity of 62 passengers, Crystal Cruises‘ new Esprit evokes the casual sophistication of a private yacht with the service and facilities of a leading luxury cruise line. Apparently, it spends the winter months island hopping in this tropical paradise.
Placed in historic Kyoto, Luxury Collection’s Suiran captures the Zen mood of ancient Japan on the banks of the verdant Hozu River. This place is an invite to a walking to the neighboring Tenryuji Temple, a World Heritage site, and the enchanting Bamboo Grove.
With its lush rainforests and fertile highlands, the country is home to abounding species of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and orchids. For 40 years, eco-tourism pioneer Inkaterra has combined luxurious accommodations with authentic cultural experiences that celebrate the country’s natural and historic wonders.
Located in a former music conservatory in the city’s Central Museum Square district, The Conservatorium blends history with modernity in a 19th-century architectural gem.
As well wrote, Kenneth Grahame in The Wind in the Willows, “the best part of a holiday is perhaps not so much to be resting yourself, as to see all the other fellows busy working.” So, make the most of your vacation, doing nothing but resting yourself and enjoying the views. SEE YOU SOON, GUYS!