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$.
Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai, UAE
Guests to the hotel brought white Rolls-Roeyce “Phantom”. To ensure that the guest can rest, it serves 8 people. Guests around the clock are waiting at the restaurant Al Mahara, which is under water.
Through the transparent walls and destroy you can see marine life – colourful fish, Moray eels, turtles. Only for 675$ it is possible to order 50g of Beluga caviar and a 1 300$ is a signature cocktail.
The cost per room per night – from 2 725$.
Le Gray, Beirut, Lebanon
This hotel is nastoyashiy for art lovers. The owner is a known collector Gordon Campbell gray has decorated this extravagant building these works of art.
The most famous exhibit is a sculpture of an elephant, decorated with caramel, which is created by the Karam Nadima. Panoramic bar Threesixty is a favourite holiday destination of Lebanese designer Elie Saab. Here it can be seen quite often.
The cost per room per night – from 355$.
Qasr Al Sharq, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
The hotel corridors strewn with rugs, the walls are decorated with Italian marble, the ceilings lined with gold.
A chandelier that lights up the hall and Central staircase, adorned with 600 000 thousand crystals Swarovski. In Mataam Al Sharq restaurant serves a variety of Oriental dishes, the most famous of which is the fowl with fried rice and pomegranate sauce.
The cost per room per night – from 495$.
Al Bustan Palace, Muscat, Oman
This hotel nearly thirty years is the most popular destination among tourists, located on the coast of the Gulf of Oman.
The doorman, warmly greets guests, dressed in national clothes, which complement the traditional curved silver daggers. Lobby the first room where guests come, has an octagonal shape and decorated with mahogany, mother of pearl and gold leaf. Sometimes guests can catch a glimpse of Sultan Qaboos, who always reserves an entire floor.
The cost per room per night – 520$.
Mardan Palace, Antalya, Turkey
Due to its exclusivity, this hotel also made our list, despite the fact that it is located on the Mediterranean sea.
Adjoins a private beach which took more than 9 000 tons of Egyptian sand. On site is a petting zoo, a snow Spa, as well as most famous sights of Istanbul.
The cost per room per night – from 306$.