A look at the background of some of the world's most iconic hotels.
The 50-year-old Caesar's Palace Hotel in Las Vegas makes the heart beat faster. Luxury and fun are certainly promised to the guests, because the Roman-style hotel attracts almost 3000 guests every day with a unique service.
Raffles Hotel in Singapore has been welcoming travellers for over 130 years. Once known as the Savoy of the East.
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The Balmoral, a 10 storey gothic pile, rising up across the Edinburgh skyline is a cherished landmark regard as the perfect alchemy of comfort and luxury.
The Beverly Hills Hotel sits above Sunset Boulevard in glamorous Beverly Hills. It has one of the most famous postcodes in the world 90210, is also known as the Pink Palace and has been greeting guests for 107 years,
The Dorchester, built in the early 30’s, in one of the capitals most fashionable addresses, is a celebration of Art Deco design and regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious and expensive hotels.
The Ritz has been synonymous with luxury, a symbol of wealth and a bastion of privilege for over 100 years.