Top Luxury Hotel Rooms Worldwide

Have you ever wished to enjoy life by staying at the top ten hotels? Have you ever planned to find out an ideal destination for your trip in a comfortable room with a huge swimming pool, a Jacuzzi system, nice city view or large living rooms, dining areas and libraries? All you need is reading the list below and choose which meets your demands.

 

The Penthouse Suite – The Martinez Hotel, Cannes (Night Rate: $ 18,000)

The over 2,000 square foot Penthouse Suite of Martinez Hotel has four bedrooms, marble baths, multiple luxury living and dining rooms with streamlined furniture and teak parquet floors, plasma screen TVs with satellite programming and a spa on a terrace which affords nice views of the Lerins Islands as well as entire Bay of Cannes. Specially, you can organize an all night long party without bothering other ones because this suite is covered by the soundproof.

 

The Penthouse Suite – The Martinez Hotel, Cannes

 

Ritz-Carlton Suite, Ritz-Carlton Moscow (Night Rate: $ 18,200)

The 2500 square foot Ritz Carlton Suite, Moscow is fully furnished with 19th-century classical Russian Imperial design and style with large and beautiful living rooms, library, boardroom and heated floor.

 

Ritz-Carlton Suite, Ritz-Carlton Moscow

 

Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai (Night Rate: $ 19,000)

Al Arab Hotel built in 1990, one of the most spectacular and luxurious hotel of the world, becomes a real symbol of Dubai. The 8,400 square foot Suite owns exclusive private elevator between split level and private cinema. The lower level is designed with dining area, Arabic reception style lounge and library while the upper level includes two bedrooms with the marble bathrooms and spa bath.

 

Royal Suite, Burj Al Arab, Dubai

 

Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt, Vendôme, Paris (Night Rate: $ 20,000)

Hotel Park Hyatt Paris is located in the center of Paris on the prestigious Rue de la Paix. The 200-square-meter Suite sitting on the 5th floor can provide full elegant and comfort stay for guest and take stressfulness of the busy day away. The 60 square meter balcony giving a nice view of the Rue de la Paix.

 

The Living Room of Imperial Suite, Park Hyatt, Vendôme, Paris

 

Presidential Suite, Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo (Night Rate: $ 25,000)

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel is located in the heart of Tokyo. The 3,300 square foot Suite with the master bedroom stage and king size bedroom, private living room, dining room, marble bathroom on the 53rd floor above Tokyo city help you see spectacular views including outlet garden and hill sight.

 

The Living Room of Presidential Suite, Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

 

 

 

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ABC News president David Westin steps down

NEW YORK – ABC News President David Westin, the longest-reigning network news division chief, with more than 13 tumultuous years on the job, told his staff Monday that he is resigning and will leave by the end of the year.

Westin has presided over anchor changes at three of ABC’s top news programs over the past year. Under pressure from his corporate bosses to save money during a dispiriting time in the news business, he also oversaw a cut of 25 percent in ABC News’ staff in the past few years.

Westin, who just turned 58, said he wanted to pursue other opportunities but agreed to stay on through a transition to a successor.

“I’ve always admired those few who know when it’s time to move on,” Westin wrote in a staff memo that was given to The Associated Press by a staffer. “This is the right time for me.”

Westin’s successor will be appointed soon, Disney-ABC Media Networks co-chairwoman Anne Sweeney said.

Westin, a corporate lawyer with little background in the news business, was regarded with suspicion by many at ABC when he took over in March 1997 from television legend Roone Arledge. But he stuck it out through some difficult moments, including the sudden cancer death of anchor Peter Jennings and the severe wounding of successor Bob Woodruff in an Iraq bombing.

ABC has remained a solid second in the ratings behind NBC News for its evening and morning newscasts, and “Nightline” made a strong transition from charter anchor Ted Koppel.

Within the past year, Westin has appointed Diane Sawyer to replace Charles Gibson as anchor of the signature “World News” broadcast, moved George Stephanopoulos from Washington to New York to co-host “Good Morning America” with Robin Roberts and hired Christiane Amanpour from CNN to lead the Sunday morning “This Week” political talk show.

His signature achievement may have been convincing Sawyer and Gibson to co-host “Good Morning America” a decade ago, saving the profitable morning show at a time it was in real trouble in the ratings.

Westin was praised for his guidance during the difficult period surrounding Jennings’ death. He tried to experiment with the anchor team of Woodruff and Elizabeth Vargas, but that lasted less than a month before Woodruff was seriously hurt. Gibson eventually took over the broadcast.

Westin’s most embarrassing moment came in 2000, when the network sent actor Leonardo DiCaprio, instead of a journalist, to interview President Bill Clinton about global warming. He was occasionally criticized for a deliberate decision-making style that left some of his broadcasts going through lengthy periods with substitute hosts.

He is a particular champion of Stephanopoulos, who has grown comfortable as a journalist when some questioned whether he could make the switch from politics. He also has promoted the investigative work of Brian Ross.

While Arledge built up a stable of stars at ABC News during a period of growth in the news industry, Westin had the opposite job, guiding a division at a time of retrenchment in the news business as the three big broadcast networks saw their roles change with the growth of cable news. NBC had a financial advantage with the affiliation of cable news networks CNBC and MSNBC, while ABC did not have a regular cable outlet.

“We went through a very difficult transformation made necessary by changes in our business and its economics,” Westin wrote.

Sweeney, in an ABC staff memo that also was given to the AP by an employee, said Westin was a “tireless advocate” for ABC News through “some of the most seismic industry, and divisional, changes imaginable.”

“While it will be sad to see David leave,” she wrote, “his desire to pursue other professional endeavors is understandable, and commendable.”

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London – For The Connoisseur

London – the grand resonance of its very name suggests history and might. Its opportunities for entertainment by day and night go on and on and on. It’s a city that exhilarates and intimidates, stimulates and irritates in equal measure, a grubby Monopoly board studded with stellar sights.

It is a cosmopolitan mix of Third and First Worlds, chauffeurs and beggars, the stubbornly traditional and the proudly ultramodern. But somehow – between Her Majesty and Boy George, Bow Bells and Big Ben, the Millennium Dome and the 2012 Olympics – it all goes together.

Eating out in London lets you deliver your personal verdicts with fresh updates every day. London is overflowing with exciting places to drink, eat and dance the night away. Eating out in the capital is no longer just about food, it is an art form of the highest order.

To appreciate London’s culinary rise, it helps to recall that at one time it was understood that the British ate to live while the French lived to eat. Change was slow in coming after the Second World War, when steamed pudding and boiled sprouts were still eaten daily by tweed-and-flannel-clothed Britons. When people thought of British cuisine, fish-and-chips came to mind, a dish that tasted best wrapped in newspaper. Then there was always shepherd’ pie, ubiquitously available in pubs.

Culinary London has transformed itself while the capital has been become a key world finance center and benefited from globalization. New menus evolve constantly as chefs outdo each other, creating hot spots that are all about the buzz of being there. Master chefs from continental Europe such as Anton Mosimann, Nico Ladenis, and the Roux brothers showed the way, but it was Sir Terence Conran who brought mega-restaurants to the masses. He starting the revolution with Quaglino’s, in 1993, his 480-seat Mezzo restaurant was the biggest in Europe when it opened, and he topped that again with Bluebird in 1997, which came complete with grocery store, fishmonger, florist, and food market.

Another driving ambition belongs to super chef-turned-mogul Marco Pierre White. His restaurant empire is everywhere: the Criterion, Mirabelle, and L’Escargot are all under his wing. The gifted Gordon Ramsay, his onetime proteg`, is making up ground.

The rest of the top-end haute cuisine scene is in skilled hands. Michel Roux commands at Le Gavroche, White has led that London legend, L’Escargot, back toward the top, and Tom Aikens is steaming up the charts at his eponymous place in Chelsea. There are, of course, many more stars of the celebrity variety like Jamie Oliver, who are everywhere.

London has emerged as one of the great food capitals of the world. Both its veteran and upstart chefs have fanned out around the globe for culinary inspiration and returned with innovative dishes, flavors, and ideas that London diners have never seen before. These chefs are pioneering a style called “Modern British,” which is forever changing and innovative, yet familiar in many ways.

Traditional British cooking has made a comeback, too. The dishes that British mums have been forever feeding their families are fashionable again. The British soul food like bangers and mash, Norfolk dumplings, nursery puddings, cottage pie all has made a comeback.