Top 10 Hotels in the World

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Top 10 Hotels in the World-2012Are you looking for top best hotels in the world? So, what are you waiting for please do have a look!! I hope you will definitely like it. Every year, the magazine publishes a survey of the top 100 best, luxury hotels in the world. According to me “A hotel is an establishment that provides lodging paid on a short-term basis”. Best hotels in the world is based on the high standards, facilities and services and unsurpassed level of quality. There are so many hotels are available in the world but i would like to share the best 10 hotels in the world through this post. Have a look and the countdown begin…
   

Top 10 Hotels in the World-

10. Excalibur Hotel and Casino-

Excalibur Hotel and Casino
The Excalibur Hotel and Casino is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, in the United States. It is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. The hotel is linked by overhead pedestrian bridges to neighbouring casinos to the north and to the east. There is a free tram that connects Excalibur to its sister MGM Resorts International properties to the south, Luxor and Mandalay Bay.

9. Fairmont Mara Safari Club, Kenya-

Fairmont Mara Safari Club, Kenya
The Fairmont Mara Safari Club is surrounded by the Mara river and is the epitome of tented luxury. The hotel also offers bigger accommodations that allow private dining. The main lodge in the center of the camp has an indoor restaurant, bar and library with Internet access. Guests are treated to a cultural dinner with African cuisine and music.

8. Triple Creek Ranch, Darby, Montana-

Triple Creek Ranch, Darby, Montana
The Triple Creek Ranch shares the fourth rank with Oberoi Udaivilas. Triple Creek Ranch offers rustic charm in a mountain retreat with private log cabins and a comfortable lodge. The hotel boasts of world-class accommodation, contemporary cuisine and the world's finest wines.

7. Marco Polo Parkside Beijing, China-


This grand jewel of the East shines with it all: two club lounges, a four thousand square meter spa, a gym, a sauna, an indoor pool, five restaurants, two ballrooms, and all on five-star property that is as close as you can get to the Summer Palace.

6. Mama Shelter, Paris-

Mama Shelter, Paris
Cheap but chic, with quirky decor by Philippe Stack, and a buzzing bar and restaurant attracting cool Parisians. Beds feel luxurious; standard extras include Kiehl’s toiletries, free Wi-Fi and iMac televisions.

5. Kirawira Luxury Tented Camp, Tanzania-

Kirawira Luxury Tented Camp, Tanzania
Kirawira, situated on a hilltop overlooking the Serengeti National Park, offers a great safari experience. A classic safari camp, guests can enjoy the panoramic views of the Serengeti National Park.

4. Green Magic Resort, Kerala-


Each lodging was built by Paniya tribesmen using local materials and traditional techniques, and although they're simple they're loaded with charm. Because these sometimes swaying houses aren't for everyone, the resort also has villas and cottages for those who want to keep their feet planted firmly on the ground.

3. La Residence Franschhoek, South Africa-


An 11-suite extravagance on the slope of Franschhoek. No expense has been spared. Each of the suites has its own decor theme, from Buddhist retreat to French decadent, while the public areas are a riotous collection of Louis XIV furniture.

2. Alpenrose, Wengen, Switzerland-

Alpenrose, Wengen, Switzerland
It has a welcoming lounge with log fire, books, games and Wi‑Fi, friendly owners and staff, and a loyal band of regulars who return year after year to ski or walk in the mountains. This is the best sort of traditional, family-run hotel.

1. Key Largo, Florida-


This resort is as close as most travellers will come to going 20,000 leagues under the sea. It's actually 21 feet below the surface of the water, and guests scuba in through a mangrove habitat. There's a common room equipped with telephone, TV with DVD player and stereo, as well as a dining area.
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