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How to Spend a Night to Remember: Hire a Country

The principality of Liechtenstein, bordered by Switzerland to the west and south and by Austria to the east, is just 160 square metres and has the second highest GDP in the world, has decided to make itself available to private clients from $70,000 a night, complete with customised street signs and temporary currency.

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Bulgari to Open Hotel in London’s Knightsbridge

Bulgari Hotels & Resorts has signed an agreement to open a Bulgari Hotel in London’s Knightsbridge in Spring 2012, which will have design elements harking back to its silversmith origins.

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The World’s Tallest Hotel to be Built in Hong Kong

The Ritz Carlton will build the World’s tallest hotel in Kowloon, Hong Kong. The hotel will occupy the top levels (102 – 118) of the International Commerce Centre and will feature 312 wonderfully plush rooms, with the ultimate destination being the 365 square meter Ritz-Carlton Suite.

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Luxury Hotels: Bushman’s Kloof Reserve & Retreat in South Africa Named Number 1

Marquette Turner recognises luxury when we see it, and it’s hard to dispute why Bushman’s Kloof Wilderness Reserve & Retreat on the Western Cape of South Africa has been named by readers of the distinguished Travel + Leisure magazine as the Number 1 Hotel in the World for 2009.

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Luxury Real Estate: The World’s First Seven-Star Hotel

Five stars is so 20th Century, and Six stars never officially existed (unfortunate for all those who visited Dubai’s Burj Al Arab, just don’t blame the hotel it was a termed coined by journalists and visitors purely as a method of describing the new level of opulence).

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