Nice to live not forbid: the most luxurious hotels in the Middle East

These are the most luxurious hotels in the middle East, offer their guests only the best. If you don’t believe it, you can see for yourself by visiting one of them.

Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi, UAE

This hotel if descended from the pages of “1000 and 1 night” — crystal chandeliers, marble, gold leaf, dome. The hotel has everything you need for a luxury holiday – the machine that sells gold bars; edible gold desserts or braised abalone with truffles, a portion of which is 958$.

In 2010, the hotel installed the most expensive Christmas tree in the world: its branches were decorated with precious stones whose total value exceeded $ 11 million.

The cost per room per night – 1 from 198$.

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The most famous subways of the world

In many large cities, people not moving around the city, and beneath it on the subway. This kind of underground transport has appeared for a long time that gives the opportunity to relieve the roads from heavy traffic. However, the metro not only helps to organize the movement around the city, making it fast and comfortable, but also provides an opportunity to get to know the culture of the people, feel the usual rhythm of life of this place. Do not forget that the Metropolitan one country is very different from the underground of another state, some metro stations are interesting attractions that are proud of the residents and visitors admire. Modern metro is a convenient transportation system that attracts your comfort and cleanliness, because the cleaning is conducted regularly in them.

Stockholm metro. Sweden

This metro looks like a Museum, since all its stations designed by artists. The Stockholm metro stations are an art gallery, sculpture rooms, and even the wild cave. Continue reading

Burj al Arab — the most luxurious hotel in the world

Hotel Burj al Arab (literally “the Arab tower”) characterizes itself as a seven star hotel. Its worth the sail in the sea at a distance of 280 meters offshore on an artificial island . connected to the mainland by a bridge.

In the interior of the “Burj al-Arab” was used about 8000 square meters of 22-carat gold leaf . Here also is the highest atrium lobby in the world (180 meters), and the night in one of the world’s most expensive hotels will cost from $1 500 to $28 000.

The hotel Burj al Arab, more popularly known as the Sail, not the standard rooms. All 202 suites. All rooms are two-storey, and the smallest area — 170 sqm while the largest — 780 square metres, the Hotel is a symbol of Dubai . I have lived in many expensive hotels, but this struck me. It is really different from all the others. Before the crisis room in Burj al Arab had to be ordered at least six months. Continue reading