Continuing with the idea that you've won the lottery and could afford to take a vacation anywhere in the world, here are the other eleven possible luxury resorts.
12. Fogo Island Inn located in Newfoundland, Canada. It is quite remote and easily gotten to by helicopter otherwise its by boat. As part of the experience, guests provide sponsorship and are matched with local people to learn more about the culture there.
If they'd rather, they can enjoy the hot tubs located on the roof. Its most expensive suite requires you to ask the price but its said to be somewhere around $3,100 per night.
13. Try the Chalet Zermatt Peak found in Zermatt, Switzerland which offers great services for you and 13 friends after a day of skiing. One advantage is a Michelin - starred chef who will cook for you while another allows you two in house massages each day. If you go off season, the cost is only 57,000 per week while the price can rise to $191,000 during peak.
14. Rent an Omani Dhow at Six Senses Zighy Bay in Oman so you can sail around the area visiting small fishing villages and private bays. This luxurious boat is a reminder of the days of yore with Jason the Argonaut. Its possible to book a spa expert, cooking classes with the chef, or dives all for $22,000 for a three day, two night adventure.
15. There is always the fourth floor apartment referred to as the Maharahjah's Pavillion in Raj Palace located in Jaipur India. It has its own private entrance and private elevator which can take you all the way to the roof with a jacuzzi and panoramic view of the town. If desired, it is possible to pop down to the second floor to visit the museum. All this for $15,000 per night.
16. Or try the Royal Penthouse Suite found at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva, Switzerland. $80,000 per night will give you access to 12 rooms covering over 5,500 feet. The best feature is the wrap around terrace which gives a phenomenal view of the Alps.
17. For something a bit less expensive, head over to the Presidential Suite at the Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan, Italy. The $20,000 suite has chandeliers, velvet covered furniture, and its own swimming pool.
18. Don't have time to head to Bali, then check out the Alang, Alang Chateau in Cannes, France with its Balinese retreat designed for up to 16 people at once. It has a swimming pool and staff but the most notable thing about this chateau is the dinosaur skull in the living room. This place can be rented for $41,000 per night.
19. On the other hand, check out the Royal Suite at the Burj al Arab found in Dubai. This royal suite is located on the 25th floor. It has two master bedrooms, each with its own jacuzzi, marble entryway, and a grand staircase leading to the second floor. All this and more for $9,000 per night.
20. Don't want to stay in one place, try the Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express. The suites on this train rival those found in a hotel. There are heated floors in the bathrooms, laundry services, plush bar complete with pianist, and other wonderful additions. The best suite costs at least $31,000 for the 15 day journey.
21. The Suite 5000 is not found on the Mandarin Oriental website in New York City. Its reputation, is strictly by word of mouth. The suite is found on the 50th floor and its like staying at a museum. New York inspired art work lines all the walls in the suite and records of music all the way back to the 1930's is available for your listening pleasure. Its rumored the price for this suite goes for $36,000 per night.
22. An for those who do not want to go far, check out the two story Sky Villa found at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. This wonderful villa has a cantilevered pool extending over the balcony of the Palms Casino Resort. The 9,000 square foot place includes a round bed with mirror on the ceiling for only $20,000 per night.
All of these places sound wonderful and I'd love to have the money to enjoy them but I don't. That won't stop me from checking these places out on the internet and it won't stop my dreaming. Maybe someday I'll win the lottery so I could go. You never know.
Let me know what you think, I'd love to hear. Have a great day.