There are literally thousands of hotels all over the world, and sometimes once you have stayed in one, the next one seems to be the same. In Europe, and especially in popular resorts such as Majorca, you can expect to find all kinds of hotel accommodation, much of which is the same as the next. Some of the hotel accommodation in Spain is rated high, with luxury accommodation, and extras such as hair dryers in rooms, complimentary towels, and plush bedding.
On the inside these hotels have a high standard of hygiene, have a large selection of food, and have a comfortable lobby with chandeliers in which people can sit and relax. The lobby area of any hotel is the most important, as it is this entrance that creates the first impression, these entrances often sport accessories such as chandelier, leather sofa’s and marble floors. These are all nice hotels, but they are not the ultimate in luxury. chandeliers in hotel lobbies are a popular and give the impression on grandure.
Of course there are probably more hotels like this one dotted around the world, but it is this one that certainly made itself known.The ultimate in luxury hotels, and one which is thought to be the most expensive hotel ever, is The Palm, Atlantis and this is situated in Dubai. This hotel has nothing cheap about it, everything about this accommodation oozes luxury, and no expense has been spared anywhere in it. There are four restaurants within this magnificent hotel, all with a varied menu. There are facilities for all here, there is a luxury spa, as well as stuff to do for kids and teenagers. This is not a place where you would see bored kids, the swimming pool is great, with slides and rapids. There is a spa for the adults to relax. This is the sort of resort where a crystal chandelier (Kristalllüster) would not look out of place. The opening party is thought to have cost millions, and famous faces such as Kylie Minogue, former Wimbledon ace Boris Becker and Sarah Ferguson all attended the opening ceremony, and it is not one that will be forgotten in a hurry, it was meant to astound and impress, and it certainly did.