If you are looking for homely luxury on the road, then luxury B&Bs are the answer. B&Bs traditionally have that beautiful homely appeal. They feature that warm, quirky, décor that characterizes homes. They are also usually run by families and couples. The added luxury appeal ensures that you have the best of comfortable living, with modern facilities and trendy designs. You get the comfort of hotels with the warmth of homes.
So, what can you expect from these beautiful accommodation facilities? Expect high end luxury facilities: pools, steam rooms, elegant dining, complete with high quality bedding facilities. The rooms will typically be en-suite, and may even have their very own Jacuzzi. However, still expect the warm, family, appeal of sumptuous breakfasts, doting hosts, and homely décor.
Large luxury holiday home in UK
For the Englishman, his home is his castle. If you don’t quite believe it, you have the opportunity to enjoy the expansive holiday homes that can work as your temporary castle. With large bedrooms, big screen TV’s, Jacuzzi and pools, along with expensive finishing and décor, these luxury group homes don’t come cheap.
Luxury holiday homes are great for large travelling groups. Whether you are a group of friends, a large family group, or looking for a trendy corporate retreat location, these holiday homes will fascinate. They feature modern luxury facilities, as well as large, well attractive compounds. What’s more, for a little more, you can get a full time chef and a caretaker, offering you concierge service. They will help you do your shopping for you, choosing organic delicacies for your discerning taste. This will allow you to relax, unwind, and concentrate on what’s really important: yourself!
Dubai is renowned as the luxury tourist capital of the world. As such a holiday to Dubai offers some of the world’s most expensive and tasteful hotels.
Indeed, it doesn’t get bigger than the Burj al Arab. Voted repeatedly as the world’s most luxurious hotel, this hotel takes luxury very seriously. They have a reception on each floor, with each suite having its own personal butler. That is along with having a chauffeured Rolls Royce service. The rooms unashamedly reek of opulence, with their elegant furniture, high thread count sheets, and a host of luxurious features.It has its own private man-made island, as well as a to-die-for underwater dining area. It is no wonder that this is a 7 star hotel and the world’s most premier hotel facility.
However, it is soon to be rivaled by the Pentominium, an upcoming 120 floor building. Even without this, there is still a very impressive list of other 5 star hotels on the list. The Raffles Dubai, with its pyramid shape, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Intercontinental Residence Suites Dubai, and the playful Ritz Carlton are among the incredible 60 5 and 4 star hotels in this opulent city. They typically feature exotic views, laced with sophistication, and very pricey, these hotels serve to make Dubai the luxury tourism capital of the world.
This is a guest post from Tom at Luxury Safari Holidays – another taste of stunning accommodation.