The Plaza, New York
Built in 1907 as an official landmark in 1969, The Plaza is one of the most famous hotel in New York.
Located on 50 Avenue Building and north central park, high-rise buildings is in the context of the 1950 children’s book and the backdrop for the classic films as “Funny Girl,” “The Great Gatsby “and” Home Alone 2: Lost in New York “.
The hotel offers tours to the public famous as the designer should it be a famous architect.
Hotel Ritz Paris
Renowned as the workplace of Coco Chanel, Ernest Hemingway and Ingrid Bergman, the legendary Ritz Paris hotel built to the standards of luxurious hotels in 1898.
Located in the Tuileries Gardens, Place Vendome view, it was declared as “romantic hotel in the world” by Sophia Loren.
Besides, it is often the guest movie star. This hotel is famous sumptuous dÃ©cor crystals cover light and extremely perfect service.
However this hotel was closed for renovations ADM 2012 and will reopen this year.
Opened in 1989, this place is the best high-rise hotels of England. During World War II, it is the refuge of countless dignitaries and heads of state. It features a stylish serving daily afternoon tea accompanied by a cellist.
Named Stamford Rafles, who first discovered Singapore. Hotel colonial style luxury humble beginnings quite surprised, initially only a small range of 10 rooms.
In addition to hosting the works as of Hemingway, Alfred Hitchcock and Rudyard Kipling, the hotel also is the birthplace of the famous cocktail Singapore Sling.
Taj Mahal Palace, India
Built in 1903, the Taj Mahal Palace is the first milestone build steam elevators.
The Taj is known worldwide for luxury, large, excellent service: It has 560 rooms, 44 suites and 1,500 employees including 35 housekeeper.
Although a location of the deadly terrorist attacks in 2008, the hotel still touristy and many celebrities also stay here as President Obama.
Beverlu Hills Hotel, Los Angeles
Beverlu Hills Hotel was built in 1912 as a customer glamorous locations. It often welcomed famous guests such as Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor.
In 1948, the hotel is painted pink outside specially to coincide with sunset colors.
The hotel is located on Sunset Boulevard, was named the first historic landmark in Baverly Hills.
Peninsula, Hong Kong
Known as the “Grand Dame of the East”, Peninsula Hong Kong is the flagship property of the hotel. In fact, the name of the hotel is inspired by the location of the southern tip of Kowloon peninsula.
Since its construction in 1928, the peninsula has set high standards in Hong Kong, from the Roll Royce Phantom supercar to private jet ready for guests’ use.
It is also the oldest hotel of Hong Kong and is the first place serving Buffet.
Waldorf Astoria, New York
Located on Park Avenue, the Waldorf Astoria hotel used to be the highest in the world. Although it now it was nothing compared to the modern New Yorrk but it has been a remarkable milestone.
It is a regular stop of the American president since Hoover to Obama, even this place has a secret tunnel reserved for VIP guests, ensure high security as current President Roosevelt but not stew longer used anymore.
Hotels have invented the concept of 24-hour room service changed the hotel industry.
Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin
Located on the streets Stephen Green in central Dublin, this luxury hotel in the historical oldest hotel in Ireland, was built in 1824.
In 1916, the British army had used this place as a center of military activity during World War I.
In 1922 the Irish Constitution was drafted at 112 so this room was a room called the Constitution.
Currently this is a great hotel in Dublin’s most beautiful and stylish facade, decorated with crystal chandeliers, marble columns extremely splendid.
The Ritz, London
Ritz was built in 1906 is building steel structure is London’s first and the first hotel bathroom in each room.
During the 109 years of its history, it was welcomed as a regular guest King Edward VII and movie stars like Charlie Chaplin.
Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle and President Eisenhower also used this place as a regular chives point in World War II.