Joanna Gärdin
Joanna Gärdin

1. The world’s best hotel
There are various kinds of lists that state what the world’s best hotel is but when it comes to the sheer impressiveness of the hotel, nothing comes close to the Mardan Palace in Lara, Antalya, Turkey. It has all the top ratings as well as the luxuriousness or any other top hotel in the world. It has been called Europe’s and the Mediterranean’s most expensive luxury resort.

2. The largest hotel in World
The First World Hotel & Resort has been listed as the world’s largest hotel and resort on plenty accounts throughout the years. It’s first tower was built in 2001 and the following two were built in 2006 and then later on in 2014. It currently has 7,351 rooms and can hold up to 800 people in their conference venues. Not only is the First World a hotel and resort, the entire establishment holds a shopping and entertainment complex located at Resorts World Genting in Genting Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia which also consists of a 3-star hotel and a plaza. The buildings have in total 36 floors including 8 basements for parking.

3. The largest resort of the world
Since The First World is not only a hotel but a resort as well, it should be noted as the world’s largest resort as well as hotel but considering the various lists online, The Venetian and Palazzo in Las Vegas, USA comes in close second with 7117 rooms, The resorts are inspired by the architecture and vibe of Venice in Italy, including canals with operating gondolas. Other than boat rides, guests can revel in 150 shops, an on-site casino, and a tremendous pool area. Perhaps most important, the two towers and their surroundings incorporate over 40 international restaurants.

4. The most expensive suite in the world
The Empathy Suite found at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is considered to be the most expensive suite in the world. One night in the Empathy could cost up to US$100,000. Reservations need to be requested before official bookings can be confirmed, with a minimum of two nights required––or exclusively available for free only for guests with over US$1 million in credit at the casino resort. The suite offers two master bedrooms and a cantilevered outdoor pool overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. The living spaces can fit over 50 people, with the suite also featuring massage rooms, a salt relaxation room, a gym, two bathrooms and a powder room.
Upon check-in to the Empathy Suite, guests can expect to receive 24-hour butler service, chauffeured car service and a private art tour of the hotel property––not to mention a $10,000 credit to use at the hotel.

5. Your Country’s Best Hotel
The Reverie Hotel, Saigon, Vietnam; The Reverie Saigon has debuted as the most spectacularly extravagant hotel in Vietnam and as the one and only member property of The Leading Hotels of the World in all of Vietnam. The hotel is a high-rise building within the first district of Ho Chi Minh City. It is a 40-story tower with 12 categories of guest rooms offering the largest accommodation in the city, with 224 rooms ranging in size from an ample 43-53 square metres, and 62 suites ranging from a spacious 63 square metres to a palatial 313 square metres.

6. The most expensive hotel in your country
Claiming a beautiful stretch of Vietnam’s coastline within the verdant embrace of Núi Chúa National Park, Amanoi is a remote natural paradise overlooking Vinh Hy Bay. Amanoi is a five star franchise hotel belonging to the international group of Aman Resorts, located in Ninh Thuận Province, Vietnam. It opened in September 2013, and was Aman’s 26th property to open around the world and the first in Vietnam. The 100-acre luxury hotel facility was built by Jean-Michel Gathy of Kuala Lumpur-based Denniston Architects. It includes a Central Pavilion, taking inspiration from a traditional Vietnamese communal hall. There are two swimming pools, one Cliff Pool next to the Central Pavilion and one at the Beach Club.
Amanoi includes 31 individual villas. It also includes five villas that have live-in chefs and butlers and are free-standing structures made to look like traditional Vietnamese village houses. The Aman Spa, which is part of the resort, is surrounded by the National Park’s hills. It is listed as Vietnam’s most expensive luxury hotel with prices ranging from 25 to 27, 000,000 VND (1 SEK = 2,657.16 VND — 1 VND = 0.000376342 SEK)