Burj Al Arab is to offer couples the opportunity to get married on its helipad 212 metres above the Arabian Gulf – at a minimum price of $55,000.
Editors of the US edition of Condé Nast Traveler have released their picks for the best new hotels of 2014.
Hilton has announced it will open Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem in 2015 on the site of the former Palace Hotel, which last checked in guests in 1935.
Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts’ new 289-room urban retreat in Lhasa awaits guests eager to explore one of the world’s most storied destinations.
Paris’s landmark art déco hotel, Le Lutetia, closed on Monday for renovations that will take three years and cost nearly 100 million euros.
Can “gentle persuasion” be used to cut waste? Psychology researchers at the University of Luxembourg say yes.
Starwood will debut its W Hotels brand in the Netherlands with the new W Amsterdam, scheduled to open in Autumn 2015.
Four Seasons will launch a new private jet tour, “Backstage with the Arts,” from April 20 – May 5, 2015.
Karl Lagerfeld and a Macau casino operator announced plans on Friday for the Chanel designer to create his first hotel.
Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts has introduced the first fully customizable hotel bed in partnership with leading bed manufacturer Simmons.
Six Senses Hotels, Resorts & Spas announced that it will open an exclusive resort on Félicité Island in the Republic of Seychelles.
Hotel Indigo has launched a new guest service, “Neighborhood Guide,” an interactive touch screen that is installed in hotel lobbies across the system.
The new Shangri-La at the Shard will open on May 6, with the luxury hotel boasting unmatched views of London from the city’s most striking skyscraper.
An opulent sandcastle built in the Indian desert has been named the most extraordinary place to stay on the planet by editors of Lonely Planet.
A luxury submarine is offering a new romantic subaquatic escape, providing couples with a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Skate with a Sochi Speedskater at the Waldorf Astoria Park City.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is planning to open a new hotel and resort complex on the Indonesian island in 2016.
Here’s a novel concept coming out of the affluent hotel world: luxury meets charity.
The Mandarin Oriental in Paris has developed a €1,000 hotel package that includes a private shopping experience at upscale department store Printemps.
Hurlingham Travel have organised a three-week holiday incorporating 10 of the globe’s most expensive suites, and it cost £359,000.