Most Luxurious Hotels In The World

Four Seasons Hotel (Prague)
Situated on the banks of the Vitava River, the Four Seasons Hotel has centuries of highly crafted architecture and history to offer. This is truly one of the most elegant hotels and cities you will find in Europe. The interior decoration is inspired by various historical periods such as the Baroque, Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Classicist periods.

The Four Seasons includes 161 guest rooms, with all of them having their own unique feel and experience. The bathrooms are all made of marble with luxurious bathtubs and a separate glass shower.  There is a 24 hour guest club which has saunas, massage rooms and a gym.

Hotel du Palais (France)
This is one of eight hotels to be awarded the “Palace” label. This hotel overlooks the beach and Atlantic Ocean. Every single room has been exquisitely designed with satellite TV, air conditioner and a free Wi-Fi connection. The luxuries feel and character combined with its amazing sports facilities make it a world class conference venue for any big business. The Hotel du Palais consists of 120 rooms and 30 suites all overlooking their spectacular gardens.

Andaz Liver Pool Street (United Kingdom)
This has become one of the big talking points of London with their wide range of launches and parties. You all almost guaranteed to run into a celebrity every time you walk into the hotel. This unique vibrant atmosphere makes it a great conference venue for all kinds of businesses. What sets this hotel apart from other luxury hotels is their consumer centric approach which they implement with subtlety and class.

Hotel Arts Barcelona (Spain)
Overlooking the seemingly endless beachfront of Barcelona, this hotel has world class facilities, luxurious accommodation and service that is personalized to the finest detail.  There are over 500 rooms, all with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea. There are also 100 pieces of Spanish contemporary art that are displayed across the whole hotel.

Mandarin Oriental Geneva (Switzerland)
The Mandarin Oriental Geneva overlooks the Rhone River, and was the first hotel to be built in Europe after World War 2. This hotel has a very contempory, fresh look after it went through a drastic refurbishment in 2008. Every single item of furniture you see is Swiss-made. Business men will be very pleased, as this hotel caters specifically for their needs providing telephone handsets, free Wi-Fi, desks, fax machines and printers. Their large halls make this an ideal conference venue.

Justin wrote this article after doing research for various conference venues around the world