The Top 10 Best Hotel Bars in San Francisco

With new hotels opening left and right to accommodate San Francisco’s boom of business and vacation travelers, hotel bars are more popular than ever with excellent bar programs and luxurious spaces drawing in hotel guests and locals alike. Stop into these hotel bars in San Francisco to taste thoughtful, craft concoctions in a well-designed setting.

 

Charmaines – Proper Hotel

A local favorite, the sophisticated feel of Charmaine’s draws in guests searching for a place to enjoy the night surrounding fire pits to keep warm. The indoor-outdoor venue sits at the top of the Proper Hotel overlooking Market Street and providing a quality view. Appetizers and deserts complement the menu of tasty cocktails from the quality bar program, creating lines down the street to enter the elegant, hotel bar venue.

 

Photo: Charmaine’s

Photo: Charmaine’s Proper San Francisco

Benjamin Cooper – Hotel G

This hidden hotel bar behind an inconspicuous door in Hotel G is staffed with talented bartenders who can create customized cocktails to please any palate. The Union Square den boasts a rotating drink menu along with a wine selection and fresh oysters to boot.

 

Photo: Benjamin Cooper – Eater

Photo: Benjamin Cooper

The Bar – Hotel Kabuki

This San Francisco hotel bar offers the best of Japanese cocktail culture with tea cocktails to sip while overlooking the hotel’s courtyard garden. The inviting lounge seating creates the perfect place to try out the variety of Japanese whiskies on the menu along with delicious highballs in the heart of Japantown.

 

Photo: The Bar San Francisco

Photo: The Bar San Francisco

Everdene – Virgin Hotels SF

One of the most recent additions to San Francisco’s hotel scene is Virgin Hotels SF, home to the trendy indoor-outdoor hotel bar Everdene. Views of the skyline attract a stylish crowd to mix and mingle in the garden-esque space. The long wait is worth it with thoughtful cocktails and bites from the hotel’s restaurant served up to guests admiring the unparalleled view.

 

Photo: Everdene Rooftop Bar

Photo: Everdene Rooftop Bar

Ayala – Hotel G

While Ayala is known for its restaurant menu, the bar program from James Beard-award nominee Julian Cox makes this hotel bar a favorite for industry patrons and locals alike. Located at Union Square’s Hotel G, Ayala’s cocktail menu of fresh and colorful drinks complements the seafood dining menu along with catering to hotel guest favorites.

 

Photo: Ayala San Francisco

Photo: Ayala San Francisco

Chambers Eat + Drinks – Phoenix Hotel

The indoor-outdoor hotel bar at Phoenix Hotel is made for partying with a rock-and-roll atmosphere pairing with a poolside locale. Dedicated bar and lounge spaces that filter into the outdoor setting make for plenty of room to relax and enjoy simple, creative cocktails. Summertime draws a pool party crowd to this inviting space in the Tenderloin.

 

Photo: Chambers Eat + Drink at Phoenix Hotel

Photo: Chambers Eat + Drink at Phoenix Hotel

The View – Marriott Marquis

This San Francisco hotel bar is named “The View” for good reason–the breathtaking view from the 39th floor of the Marriott Marquis is an unparalleled experience. Take the elevator all the way up right before sunset to witness a beautiful show with floor-to-ceiling glass. Snag a window seat and watch the sky change at this Instagram-worthy lounge.

 

Photo: The View at Marriott Marquis

Photo: The View at Marriott Marquis

Gibson – Hotel Bijou

If you’re looking to mix and mingle with San Francisco locals, Gibson is a hotel bar known for its elegant atmosphere and sophisticated feel in the bustling Tenderloin neighborhood. A cocktail menu made up of inventive, classic flavors brings guests in to enjoy the art deco furnishings of painted ceilings and mirrored accents. The Gibson drink is of course their speciality, with varieties of the recipe available to satisfy any taste.

 

Photo: Gibson San Francisco

Photo: Gibson San Francisco

Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar – Fairmont Hotel

The Fairmont Hotel in Nob Hill is home to the Tonga Room & Hurricane bar, a San Francisco favorite with a theatrical tiki setting designed by an MGM set designer in 1945. The preserved space takes on a nautical, Polynesian-inspired theme complete with bi-hourly thunderstorms of rain falling into the pool below. Live bands play afloat the water while crowd-pleasing tiki drinks promote a good time on the dance floor.

 

Photo: Tonga Room

Photo: Tonga Room

Top of The Mark – Intercontinental Mark Hopkins

This San Francisco hotel bar is easy to find as the location is in the name, featuring a panoramic view at the top of the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins hotel. Guests drop in for a dance floor and live music in an inviting atmosphere with a classic Martini menu to keep the buzz going strong.

 

Photo: Top of the Mark InterContinental Mark Hopkins

 

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Prepare to Book Your Stay at LA’s Newest Hotel Openings

Los Angeles is a city where new and exciting projects are always just around the corner. A boom of new hotels hitting the scene in recent years has created a number of destinations for visitors looking to have a luxury LA experience. The best is yet to come with even more elegant and trendy hotels preparing to open their doors to the City of Angels.

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West Hollywood EDITION

The new EDITION hotel sits on Sunset Boulevard where West Hollywood and Beverly Hills collide. The luxury rooms, signature restaurant, lounge, spa, nightclub and rooftop pool leave all of their guests’ needs covered for a stay that gives the full LA experience. The 190 guestrooms and 20 luxury residences will be filled with those ready to take on a vacation to remember.

 

Photo: West Hollywood EDITION

Photo: West Hollywood EDITION – Superior Villa Suite

Thompson Hollywood

With its first foray into California hospitality, the Thompson will plant its roots in Hollywood in 2020 with a luxury experience focused on design and amenities. The bustling location will create an energetic environment with a penthouse lounge, rooftop bar and pool deck that will attract LA’s finest to lounge and mingle. With 200 rooms, the property will redefine the boutique hotel experience including sophisticated restaurant and nightlife outlets to match the dazzling Hollywood locale.

 

Photo: Thompson Hollywood – Relevant Group

Photo: Thompson Hollywood – Relevant Group

Soho Warehouse Downtown

The London-based Soho House members club opened their third LA outpost in September 2019, joining the West Hollywood and Malibu locations. The luxury club and hotel took over a 100-year old building in the Downtown LA Arts District, revamping the space to include 48 rooms, three restaurants, six bars and a rooftop pool. Unlike its other Los Angeles properties, Soho Warehouse Downtown allows for booking from members and their guests to enjoy the exclusive, artistic space.

 

Photo: Soho Warehouse

Photo: Soho Warehouse

Fairmont Century Plaza

This new 2020 addition to Century City, taking over the former Century Plaza Hotel, aims to create a walkable destination where guests will have everything they need within reach. The 394 rooms and 63 condos in the restored main building, along with 290 luxury residences spread across two new towers, will provide luxury living for locals and travelers alike. With retail spaces, restaurants, art installations and a rooftop swimming pool and bar, the Fairmont Century Plaza has plans to bring forth a whole new habitat to the area as a “city within a city.”

 

Photo: Fairmont Century Plaza

Photo: Fairmont Century Plaza

Downtown LA Proper Hotel

A revitalization of a historical Downtown building constructed in 1924, the new Downtown LA Proper Hotel will boast 148 rooms in its prime location situated just a few blocks from the Staples Center. Two restaurants run by James Beard-award winning chefs and a rooftop pool with a view of the skyline will begin to draw in guests to the 13-story property in early 2020. The expansive meeting spaces, historic banquet room and screening room will satisfy guests as they get the true Downtown LA experience.

 

Photo: Proper DTLA

Photo: Proper DTLA

The Pendry West Hollywood

Centering itself in the heart of West Hollywood, the Pendry aims to provide luxury and innovation to its guests along with an attention to detail. The 149 guest rooms will be joined by 40 residences that will all receive top of the line care with access to the diversity of amenities. A bowling alley, spa and fitness center are just a few of the exciting outlets framing the new space as a go-to in the city.

 

Photo: Pendry West Hollywood

Photo: Pendry West Hollywood

Tommie Hotel Hollywood

This hotel will be the first in the world for the Thompson Hotels brand, bringing the Tommie to the heart of Hollywood. With 212 rooms and a customizable experience, the space plans to cater to LA’s artistic and entrepreneurial community. The rooftop terrace will be sure to draw in guests to catch a view of the city with nightlife outlets keeping up a fun, youthful vibe.

 

Photo: Tommie Hotel Hollywood – Relevant Group

Photo: Tommie Hotel Hollywood – Relevant Group

The Godfrey Hotel Hollywood

Right off the iconic Sunset Strip, The Godfrey Hotel Hollywood is expected to bring old Hollywood glitz and glamour with 220 stylishly-designed rooms throughout its seven stories. The rooftop will boast one of the largest swimming pools in the city along with four bars spread throughout the property, and a casual, steak-focused restaurant About Last Knife. Event spaces and a projection wall in the courtyard are just a few draws to attract contemporary professionals to the luxury, boutique hotel.

 

Photo: Godfrey Hotel Hollywood

Photo: Godfrey Hotel Hollywood

citizenM Los Angeles Downtown & Hollywood

The dutch hotel brand citizenM is projected to open two locations in 2020 bringing their style of approachable luxury to the West Coast. The 11-story Downtown Los Angeles location will have 315 rooms where guests will be within walking distance of the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Right along the iconic Walk of Fame, the Hollywood property will be situated next to the Capitol Records building with 216 rooms throughout 14-stories.

 

Photo: CitizenM Hollywood

Photo: CitizenM Hollywood

The Hoxton Hotel

Downtown Los Angeles has a new, stylish hotel with the October 2019 opening of The Hoxton in a historic, 10-story Broadway building. The classic yet modern design of marble, copper and brass mixes with LA’s trendy culture. The building houses restaurants Sibling Rival and Pilot, along with a rooftop pool—the first for the London-based brand’s collection of properties.

 

Photo: Hoxton Hotel Los Angeles

Photo: Hoxton Hotel Los Angeles

1 Hotel West Hollywood

Sunset Strip gained an attractive destination after the opening of 1 Hotel West Hollywood in 2019, situated at the base of the famed Hollywood Hills. The brand has established nationwide influence in expanding to its first location on the West Coast, featuring eco-friendly and energy-efficient details in a contemporary building. The 285 thoughtfully-designed rooms along with trendy, rooftop lounge Harriets all draw in guests who appreciate a good time and a breathtaking, scenic view of Los Angeles.

 

Photo: 1 Hotel West Hollywood

Photo: 1 Hotel West Hollywood

Palihotel Culver City

Palisociety, the boutique hotel group with locations in Santa Monica, West Hollywood and Westwood Village, added to their collection with the January 2019 opening of Palihotel Culver City. The restored, 1920s building now houses 49 rooms and suites with inviting, art deco furnishings to uniteParisian influences with a contemporary, LA style. Their French restaurant Simonette also acts as a draw with an indoor-outdoor space featuring a private courtyard.

 

Photo: Palihotel Culver City

Photo: Palihotel Culver City

W Los Angeles Downtown

This massive undertaking Downtown is slated to have two towers and 300 rooms overlooking their across-the-street neighbors LA Live and the Staples Center. Being the first hotel in the neighborhood from Starwood Hotels & Resorts, the new property will be sure to draw in trendsetters with its youthful and chic branding.

 

Photo: W Hotel DTLA

Photo: W Hotel DTLA

Park Hyatt Los Angeles at Oceanwide Plaza

Coming to Downtown Los Angeles in 2021, the sophisticated design of this lavish hotel will lure you in to experience an elegant stay near the STAPLES Center and LA Live. With 184 rooms and suites, guests will have plenty of activities to do situated next to the adjoining retail center to be named The Collection at Oceanwide Plaza. The experience-driven accommodations will offer a personalized stay for guests who will enjoy world-class amenities and luxury service under the Park Hyatt name.

 

Photo: Park Hyatt DTLA

Photo: Park Hyatt DTLA

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Things to Do During A Night Out in Hollywood

Hollywood is one of the world’s most recognizable neighborhoods with a history in entertainment reaching back more than 100 years. The iconic Hollywood sign creates an unforgettable view as travelers from around the globe visit to experience the enchanting city during their time in Los Angeles. From delicious fine dining dinners to trendy nightlife venues, spend an exciting, memorable night taking in the world-renowned magic of Tinseltown.

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Book Your Stay

To get the full Hollywood experience, there are a number of luxury hotels in the neighborhood offering elevated service and pristine rooms along with amenities to make you feel right at home. Book a stay in the center of the action at The Dream Hotel. This domain will place you in the lap of luxury in the heart of Hollywood’s lively nightlife scene. You can also relish in a trendy atmosphere at The W Hollywood. With a prime location on Hollywood Boulevard, you’ll be able to experience the city’s excitement along with in-house amenities like a stylish rooftop pool and multiple restaurants. Plan your stay at The Kimpton Everly Hotel to experience a bright and airy setting with each room boasting a stunning view from the Hollywood Hills to the Downtown LA skyline. If you’re looking for a more private experience, consider a luxury rental that can offer a full, luxurious space to call your own while you explore Los Angeles.

 

Photo: Dream Hollywood

Photo: Kimpton Everly

Wine & Dine

After checking into your hotel and preparing for a night out, experience a delectable dinner at one of Hollywood’s many fine dining establishments. A local favorite, Katsuya is known for its fresh sushi and Japanese dishes served in a modern setting of eye-catching design. Beauty & Essex is also a lavish hotspot with a speakeasy-style entrance through a pawn shop and a menu of enticing, American cuisine. Nearby, you can also visit TAO, a monolithic, multi-story space known for its celebrity clientele and signature Asian decor. If modern Mediterranean dining sounds intriguing, look no further than Cleo–the Hollywood & Vine-located restaurant with contemporary small plates perfect for kicking your night off right. You can also head into the Hills to dine at Yamashiro, a restaurant known for its beautiful, Japanese garden landscape and scenic view.

 

Photo: TAO Los Angeles

Photo: Beauty & Essex

Plan Your Entertainment

While walking down the Walk of Fame may be one of Hollywood’s most famous activities, there are a number of ways to enjoy a Hollywood evening with performances of all kinds happening each day. The Pantages Theater is known for hosting phenomenal Broadway plays in a historical setting on Hollywood Boulevard. Shows like Wicked, The Lion King, Hamilton and hundreds more have drawn in audiences for a night of entertainment. Nearby, the Hollywood Palladium is another of the city’s landmarks that brings live music acts to the stage all year round. Elevate your experience with premium seating to upgrade your night with a private table and bottle service along with a perfect view of the action. For a more intimate experience, book a reservation at Black Rabbit Rose–a lounge and theater with magic shows and live jazz in vintage-inspired surroundings.

 

Photo: Hollywood Palladium

Photo: Black Rabbit Rose

Grab a Cocktail

After taking in a show, a night cap at one of the neighborhood’s coolest bars will help keep the energy alive during a bustling Hollywood night. Head to Hollywood Boulevard tiki bar Lono for a festive, tropical drink inside the expansive venue. Get into a musical mood at Sunset & Vinyl, a cozy speakeasy with a vintage feel located above Hollywood & Vine’s 800 Degrees Pizza restaurant. Rise to the rooftop of Mama Shelter to sip drinks in the vibrant space with a stunning view of Hollywood. You can also toast glasses at The Tropicana, located poolside in the illustrious Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. If a bar with a dancefloor is more your style, No Vacancy is the place to be with an unforgettable speakeasy entrance leading to a renovated, prohibition-era house that’s fit for a good time.

 

Photo: Lono Hollywood

Photo: No Vacancy

Elevate Your Night

It won’t be a trip to Hollywood without ending your night partying it up at the city’s most trendy and exclusive nightclubs. You’ll get an extravagant experience at Warwick, a hotspot with lavish decor and a guestlist of lively partygoers. Avenue LA also boasts an exciting crowd of stylish patrons, with a beautiful garden atrium and plush interior furnishings to set the mood. Across from Avenue you’ll find The Highlight Room at the top of the Dream Hotel. This mostly outdoor space has plenty of room for mixing and mingling with bottle service cabanas giving you a dedicated place to party with your group. You can also take in the Los Angeles breeze at Le Jardin, an outdoor spot for live DJ and artist performances among a sleek, French-inspired design.

 

Warwick Hollywood

Photo: Warwick LA

Photo: The Highlight Room

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L’Horizon Hotel & Spa: A Palm Springs Desert Oasis

Palm Springs has classically been known as a desert haven where Los Angeles elite escape for mini vacations filled with fine dining, shopping and most importantly, relaxation. The L’Horizon Hotel and Spa has maintained the city’s prestige through hosting guests for a private, luxury experience with their intimate bungalows and indulgent spa treatments. Guests step into a world of exemplary accommodations at this lavish boutique hotel.

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs – Bikinis and Passports

 

The Horizon

Built as “The Horizon” in 1952 by William F. Cody, an architect that helped shape the iconic mid-century modern architecture of Palm Springs, the hotel quickly became a celebrity hot spot. During the 1950s and ‘60s, it drew Hollywood elite like Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable, producer Jack Wrather and a number of US Presidents to come experience the sprawling, three-acre desert sanctuary.

 

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs – Bikinis and Passports

In the Heart of the Desert

Los Angeles designer Steve Hermann was brought in to revitalize the property in 2015 while still keeping its mid-century character intact. The original style of the hotel is now combined with modern and vintage furniture to create a nostalgic yet contemporary space for a whole new generation of trendsetters. Hermann’s addition of an open-air spa and alfresco restaurant SoPa added even more to the attractive vacation spot. The welcoming interior creates an air of residential luxury leaving guests to feel right at home in the heart of the desert.

 

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs – Bikinis and Passports

The Bungalows

The 25 bungalows throughout the property are designed with handpicked decor and custom finishes to create an intimate space filled with comfort. Entering into their bungalow guests will never have to remember a room number, as each domain is personalized with a gold, etched name plate. Exposed wood, marble accents, and stone walls bring natural touches to the room against its mountainous desert backdrop. The indoor-outdoor feel is enhanced by glass doors that provide plenty of natural light for a tranquil stay. Guests can also lounge on their own private outdoor patio or reach the ultimate relaxation with an outdoor shower using lush Le Labo bath products.

 

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs Bungalows

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs – Bikinis and Passports

The Residence

One of the most impressive aspects of L’Horizon is its signature presidential suite The Residence–a secluded oasis formerly home to Hollywood entrepreneur Jack Wrather. The more than 3000-square-foot habitat comes with a private, full-sized pool and yard. Unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape deliver eye-catching views of the natural, mountain terrain. The Residence can be booked as a one-bedroom accommodation or upgraded to the full two-bedroom home, both options leaving guests to enjoy a wood-burning fireplace, wet bar and luxury amenities.

 

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

Peaceful Ambiance

Outside of lounging in the spacious bungalow rooms, the hotel boasts an inviting indoor-outdoor Spa for pampering guests in a peaceful setting. From massages to facials to aromatherapy, relaxation is guaranteed with services customized to fit each guest’s desires. Other activities like private personal training, yoga classes and guided hikes add an element of fitness perfect for any guest wishing to stay active during their getaway. The onsite restaurant SoPa is also a welcoming draw, with a refined dining experience in an intimate atmosphere. The garden-esque outdoor seating creates an enchanting setting where a flavorful, local menu of European and Californian dishes please the palate thanks to Michelin-star Chef Giacomo Pettinari.

 

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

The Location

Aside from the number of amenities throughout the property, L’Horizon is also located within minutes of Palm Springs’ bustling downtown. Restaurants, nightlife and shopping are some of the main attractions for visitors taking advantage of the city’s offerings. The area is also home to multiple casinos, museums and design studios creating a unique landscape for exploring the classic destination.

 

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

 

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Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs Residence

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs – Bikinis and Passports

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs – Bikinis and Passports

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs

Photo: L’Horizon Resort & Spa Palm Springs – Bikinis and Passports

The Ultimate Guide to Los Angeles

Los Angeles is known worldwide as a glamorous creative hub filled with unlimited ways to eat, drink and be merry. From Santa Monica to Downtown LA, you’ll find a city full of people indulging in the good life underneath the Southern California sun. Celebrity chefs, top performing artists and unparalleled nightlife locales are all a part of the city’s one-of-a-kind landscape.  If you’re looking to experience the best destinations to see and be seen, embrace the trendy culture of LA with these selections for how to have the ultimate Los Angeles vacation.

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Business Hotels

You’ll find plenty of hotels in Los Angeles that will provide everything you need for a relaxing stay. If the focus of your trip is strictly business, places like the modern, elegant Kimpton La Peer Hotel will meet your needs with its ideal West Hollywood location bordering Beverly Hills. The 1 Hotel West Hollywood sits in a prime location on Sunset Strip, offering a scenic domain to retreat to after a day of meetings. In Downtown LA, consider the Italy-inspired Nomad Hotel, boasting sleek furnishings and sits just minutes from the popular LA Live entertainment complex.

 

Photo: 1 Hotel West Hollywood

Photo: Nomad Los Angeles

Lifestyle Hotels

For the pleasure-seekers of the world traveling to Los Angeles to soak up the city’s lively atmosphere, consider choosing a hotel like The Mondrian that places you right in the center of the action. Relish in the unparalleled views from their Skybar pool deck, or head to one of the many nightlife venues in the area nearby. You’ll also be walking distance to the action when you stay at the chic Dream Hotel, positioned right next door to some of the hottest nightlife spots in Hollywood. The artsy Freehand Hotel in Downtown LA is also in a great area for a night on the town, with their rooftop bar Broken Shaker being the perfect place to start your evening.

 

Photo: Dream Hollywood

Photo: Mondrian Los Angeles – Skybar Pool

Restaurants for Meetings

Food lovers are sure to enjoy their time in Los Angeles with the spectrum of restaurants available for you to taste your way through the city. Those in town for business may be in need of a dining location that can also act as a professional setting. You can’t go wrong with Nobu Los Angeles or Malibu for Japanese cuisine in a trendy setting. Craig’s in West Hollywood is known for its celebrity sightings, but also acts as a refined place for conversation with colleagues. Gracias Madre’s light and airy environment also makes for a great place to meet as you enjoy their delicious menu of plant-based, Mexican fare.

 

Photo: Nobu Los Angeles

Photo: Gracias Madre

Restaurants for Fun

Los Angeles may not be the city that never sleeps, but it sure knows how to party even when it comes to dining. If you’re preparing to head out for a night of fun, you may want to make a reservation for Hollywood’s Beauty & Essex—a stylish fine dining locale with an upscale pawn shop speakeasy entrance. You also can’t go wrong starting your night with bites at Harriet’s Rooftop in West Hollywood, located at the top of 1 Hotel. The view of LA’s skyline acts as the perfect backdrop for toasting glasses to a night on the town. Toca Madera is also a go-to hot spot with Mexican eats and an upbeat lounge vibe that will have you kicking your evening off right.

 

Photo: Beauty & Essex

Photo: Harriet’s Rooftop

Restaurants for Brunch

Locals consider brunch a necessity in Los Angeles, with restaurants just as busy during daylight hours as they are for the dinner rush. Take advantage of the beautiful weather with brunch at EP & LP, a West Hollywood restaurant offering up bottomless mimosas along with a rooftop bar where you can continue your Sunday fun-day with a perfect view of the Hollywood Hills. For a sophisticated hot spot, Republique in Mid City serves up French-inspired dishes to start your day with a bevy of delicious flavors.  Santa Monica’s Elephante is also a quality selection for a weekend brunch, with a simplistic, beachy atmosphere overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Locals are also a fan of brunch at Sqirl in East Hollywood, a daytime-only destination with a variety of appetizing dishes in a cozy atmosphere.

 

Photo: Elephante

Photo: Republique

Best Dining Experiences

Sometimes the best part of your dining experience is the experience itself, with ambiance and style adding elements of creativity to your meal. The Los Angeles outpost of Tao will have you in awe from the grand, layered seating style and larger-than-life Asian-inspired artwork. You’re sure to also have a magical experience at The Bazaar, a West Hollywood classic created by Nobel Prize nominee Chef Jose Andres, where innovative dishes and whimsical cocktails continue to bring guests back for more. See the city from great heights when you book a reservation at 71Above, the Downtown LA restaurant that offers up an unparalleled dinner view from the 71st floor.

 

Photo: TAO Los Angeles

Photo: 71 Above

Best Cocktail Bars

With Los Angeles being the entertainment capital of the world, the city’s bars take hints from the entertainment industry with impressive venues that ushering you into a new world of wines and spirits. If you’re looking for the best cocktails in the city, look no further than Melrose Umbrella Company—a neighborhood drinkery known for its warm hospitality and palate-pleasing mixtures. You’ll also get the best of the best at Everson Royce Bar, a cool venue with an inviting outdoor patio along with a “Big Book of Spirits” filled with an endless selection of booze. You can also head to Koreatown to duck into The Walker Inn, an award-winning hidden bar within The Normandie Club that serves handcrafted cocktails to sip and savor.

 

Photo: Melrose Umbrella Co.

Photo: The Walker Inn

Best Date Night Bars

If you’re visiting the city hand-in-hand with a loved one, certain bars will be better than others in making the most of your intimate night on the town. Start your night at Bibo Ergo Sum in Beverly Hills to clink glasses in the stylish, art deco space. You’ll be able to cozy up for drinks at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood with vintage décor and dim lighting to set the mood. Employees Only is another great option for having a great conversation while enjoying a laid back crowd and late night DJ.

 

Photo: The Nice Guy

Photo: Employees Only LA

Hottest Bars

You may be coming to Los Angeles searching for the hottest bars to mix and mingle with beautiful crowds. If meeting new people and dancing the night away is your goal, Good Times at Davey Wayne’s is a go-to for locals in looking for a lively night. The 1970s-themed bar is a known favorite with an old school playlist and living room feel complete with a backyard-style patio. You can also head to the Eastside for dancing at Tenants of the Trees, a Silver Lake destination with an indoor-outdoor setting and multiple DJs playing something for everyone. One of Hollywood’s most theatrical bars, No Vacancy, will also entertain you from start to finish with its speakeasy entrance and burlesque performances throughout the night.

 

Photo: Good Times at Davey Wayne’s

Photo: No Vacancy

Best Bar Experience

Aside from dancing and great drinks, sometimes the atmosphere of the bar itself is enough to keep patrons coming back for more. The Bungalow in Santa Monica has proved itself to be a staple in the city with an indoor-outdoor location allowing you to watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Hollywood’s rooftop bar Mama Shelter is also a great sunset destination, with vibrant furnishings complementing the Southern California sunshine. You’ll also have a one-of-a-kind experience at East Hollywood’s La Descarga, a Havana-themed lounge filled with salsa dancing, live music and a smokey cigar room out back.

 

Photo: The Bungalow Santa Monica

Photo: La Descarga

Nightlife Experiences

LA is known for its exclusive nightlife venues that draw in some of the world’s biggest performing artists to take the stage in energetic, glamorous settings. If you’re looking for a club with a great dance floor, head to West Hollywood to visit Nightingale, a venue filled with neon lights and modern décor. The nearby Doheny Room is also a prime location for dancing as their upstairs lounge fills with partygoers and a live DJ in the old-Hollywood inspired hotspot. 1OAK is also an exclusive spot for revelry with space to dance along with impressive performances from hip hop’s finest.

 

Photo: Doheny Room

Photo: Bootsy Bellows

Best For Bottle Service

If you’d rather go out with a group for bottle service, head to Warwick in Hollywood, known for its rotating theme of extravagant furnishings and also its celebrity clientele. Bootsy Bellows also has a reputation for a star-studded guest list with live performances in a chic, Palm Springs-inspired setting. Another worthy venue for bottle service is Poppy, the whimsical garden space with a built in lounge to give you the best of both worlds. Avenue’s Los Angeles outpost mixes a garden lounge with a spacious interior fit for partying in the heart Hollywood.

 

Warwick Hollywood

Photo: Warwick LA

Photo: Poppy

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The Ultimate Guide to Tokyo Travel

Before arriving in Tokyo, it’s nearly impossible to grasp the sheer size and density of the city or the depth of the culture. As one of the largest conurbations on the planet, there is a never-ending list of things to see and do during your time there with the landscape of attractions constantly changing and evolving. Whether you are interested in seeing the historical and deeply traditional side of the city, or the ultra-modern and opulent, you will never run out of things to do in the bustling Japanese capital. Explore a city of excitement with hotels, restaurants and nightlife that will make your stay worthwhile.

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HOTELS

Shangri-La Hotel – Tokyo

Named after the legendary land from James Hilton’s novel, Lost Horizon, the Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo captures the serenity and harmony for which the brand is known for around the world. The hotel is located on the top 11 floors of the 37-floor Marunouchi Trust Tower, and is just minutes away from Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace. The Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo has been presented with a number of prestigious awards and is truly one of the best hotels in the country.

 

Shangri-La Tokyo

Photo: Shangri-La Tokyo

Shangri-La Tokyo

Photo: Shangri-La Tokyo

Aman Tokyo

Located on the top floors of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo serves as a sanctuary for guests but also as a grand monument to the modern Japanese capital of Tokyo and all that the city stands for, such as a strong affinity towards ancestral traditions. Guests can expect ultra-modern and sleek ryokan-style rooms that seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living. Along with a multitude of high-end amenities, guests can take advantage of the Aman’s spa, which is one of the largest and highest-rated in the city.

 

Aman Tokyo

Photo: Aman Tokyo

Aman Tokyo

Photo: Aman Tokyo

The Prince Park Tower – Tokyo

As the flagship location for the prestigious Prince hotel chain, The Prince Park Tower, Tokyo has been outfitted with all the modern luxuries that one could ask for when staying at such a lavish location. Sitting 33 stories above Tokyo, the Prince Park Tower is a sophisticated tower that overlooks one of the city’s largest green spaces, Shiba Koen. Along with breathtaking views of the cityscape, the interior design blends ultra-modern elements with traditional Japanese elegance which creates an unbelievable stay. Everything from bowling alleys to a boulangerie is available to guests along with world-class client services.

 

Prince Park Tower

Photo: The Prince Park Tower

Prince Park Tower

Photo: The Prince Park Tower

DINING

Ginza Kojyu

Regarded as one of the 50 best restaurants in the world, Ginza Kojyu is led by head chef Toro Okuda and focuses on a multi-course kaiseki menu inside a Zen-like dining area. Okuda and his team do a magnificent job of showcasing modern Japanese haute cuisine through their use of ultra-fresh seasonal ingredients and expression of enhanced natural flavors.

 

Ginza Kojyu

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Ginza Kojyu

Photo: Ginza Kojyu

Narisawa

Narisawa is a Tokyo staple and is world-renowned for its unique style of innovative “Satoyama cuisine,” a term coined by head chef Yoshihiro Narisawa. Chef Narisawa takes inspiration from his Japanese ancestors’ intimate relationship with the forest and sea that surrounded them, an inspiration that can be seen in his dishes.

 

Narisawa

Photo: Narisawa

Narisawa

Photo: Narisawa

Sukiyabashi Jiro

Acclaimed chef Jiro Ono brings Tokyo ultra-fresh sushi at his Chuo City restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro. The menu changes constantly and is based upon which fish may be in season or what could be found that morning at the fish market. Sukiyabashi Jiro has a strict reservation list, as the intimate dining area only seats 10. If you’re looking forward to trying some authentic sushi during your time in Tokyo, Sukiyabashi Jiro should be number one on your list.

 

Sukiyabashi Jiro

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Sukiyabashi Jiro

Photo: Sukiyabashi Jiro

NIGHTLIFE

1OAK Tokyo

Just like its counterparts in some of the best cities in the US, 1OAK Tokyo is an exclusive destination for hosting top acts from around the world to perform in an energetic nightlife environment. The exclusive club sees long lines of partygoers hoping to get into the stylishly-designed hot spot. 1OAK’s signature sultry decor and sleek furnishings create a mood of luxury in the heart of Tokyo.

 

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1OAK Tokyo

Photo: 1OAK Tokyo

Oath

Oath is known around the city as being one of the most energetic and fun night clubs in all of Tokyo. A mix of local and international DJs frequent the club which creates a constantly changing dynamic. With a regular closing time of 8am on weekends, you’ll need all the stamina you can muster to enjoy the night until they shut it down.

 

Oath Tokyo

Photo: Oath Tokyo

Oath Tokyo

Photo: Oath Tokyo

PLUSTOKYO

PLUSTOKYO perfectly combines elements of art, food, drinks, entertainment, and music. The venue itself is located on the top floor and roof of the Kirarito shopping complex and includes a nightclub, three bars, a cafe and an art gallery. It really is a one-stop shop for everything you could ask for in a night out in Tokyo.

 

Plustokyo

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Photo: Plustokyo

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10 of the Best NYC Rooftop Bars

There’s no better way to spend the breezy days of summer than by enjoying a cocktail with a rooftop view. Head to New York City to take in the sights and sounds atop one of the city’s many sky-high buildings. Toast to the sunny days of summer as you grab a drink at these go-to NYC rooftop destinations.

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Gallow Green at The McKittrick Hotel

This stylish garden escape lets you get lost in the lush greenery as you sip your drink in the midst of an abandoned train car. The surrealism of the space lends a magical element that will have you cozying up to enjoy the whimsical rooftop garden party.

 

Photo: Gallow Green

Photo: Gallow Green at the McKittrick Hotel

Mr. Purple at The Hotel Indigo

Head to the 15th floor to take in the scene at this Lower East Side spot with a 360-degree view. You’ll come for the drinks but stay for the fish tacos at this eclectic hangout spot perfect for watching the sunset.

 

Photo: Mr. Purple at The Hotel Indigo

Photo: Mr. Purple at The Hotel Indigo

Fleur Room at Moxy Chelsea

Take the elevator up to the 35th floor to experience Fleur Room in the Moxy Chelsea, a garden escape modeled after the nearby Flower District. You’ll get panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline in this space filled with lush glamour, breathtaking sunsets and guests dancing the night away.

 

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Photo: Fleur Room

Magic Hour at Moxy Times Square

The Moxy Times Square is home to Magic Hour, New York City’s largest indoor-outdoor year round rooftop bar that’s filled with whimsical decor and even a putt-putt golf course. The amusement park-inspired hotspot brings in DJs for dancing and serves up flavorful drinks all year long.

 

Photo: Magic Hour

Photo: Magic Hour

Le Bain at The Standard High Line

This playful rooftop spot is a prime destination for taking in an unparalleled view of the skyline along with lounging on their playful astroturf terrace. The interior is the perfect place for a dance party with DJs spinning on busy nights and an indoor jacuzzi adding to the fun. Cocktails can be ordered by the pitcher to share with friends in one of the Meatpacking District’s best bars.

 

Photo: Le Bain, Standard High Line

Photo: Le Bain, Standard High Line

Westlight at The William Vale Hotel

With an atrium-style glass enclosure on the panoramic rooftop, Westlight is a quality destination perched at the top of the 22-story, tallest building in Greenpoint. Unobstructed views of Manhattan’s skyline make the elegant, industrial space worth a visit.

 

Photo: Westlight at The William Vale Hotel

Photo: Westlight at The William Vale Hotel

Harriets Rooftop & Lounge at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

In the heart of DUMBO you’ll find Harriet’s, an exclusive venue with an up-close-and-personal view of the Brooklyn Bridge. Lounge amongst the greenery of the industrial chic rooftop while admiring the Manhattan skyline with refined, craft cocktails and appetizing bites.

 

Photo: Harriet’s Rooftop 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

Photo: Harriet’s Rooftop 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

Lemons at Wythe Hotel

Sunny day crowds love this bright and airy hotspot that boasts one-of-a-kind rooftop views of the East River and Manhattan. Their fruity, signature cocktails will complement the sunset as you mix and mingle with the stylish crowd in a colorful, Mediterranean-inspired habitat.

 

Photo: Lemon’s Wythe Hotel

Photo: Lemon’s Wythe Hotel

Ophelia

The Roaring Twenties are back in action with Ophelia’s speakeasy atmosphere transporting you to a modern version of a vintage feel. Atop the 26th floor, the decadent space puts you inside a jewelry box capping the Midtown East’s historical Beekman Tower.

 

Photo: Ophelia Bar NYC

Photo: Ophelia Bar NYC

The Crown at Hotel 50 Bowery

Head to Chinatown to enjoy this modern rooftop bar that offers up unrivaled views of Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. With a cocktail menu inspired by Asian influences, this intimate hot spot gives you a sip of something tasty at either of their two 21st floor patios.

 

Photo: The Crown at Hotel 50 Bowery

Photo: The Crown at Hotel 50 Bowery

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Hotel Bar Hot Spots in Los Angeles

When traveling to the City of Angels, you’ll find that some of the best bars and lounges can be found in hotels throughout the city. Hotel bars can serve as the perfect destination to gather with friends for a casual drink or join a colleague for a business meeting. No matter your need, hotel bars serve as a great place to unwind after exploring the city. From luxurious rooftop lounges to bohemian chic cocktail bars, there’s a spot for every taste at these Los Angeles hotel hot spots.

Photo: JG Rooftop at Waldorf Astoria

 

The Highlight Room

One of the city’s most favored places for a rooftop day party, The Highlight Room at the top of The Dream Hotel in Hollywood brings together dining, poolside lounging, and dancing to make for a quality hotel bar. Enjoy an al fresco meal with beautiful views of the city during the day, or take a dip in the pool to cool off from the LA heat. By night, the venue brings in a clubgoing crowd with live DJs and bottle service both poolside and in the interior lounge.

 

Photo: The Highlight Room

Photo: The Highlight Room

The Rooftop by JG

Rise to the top of the Waldorf Beverly Hills to experience The Rooftop by JG, a garden escape on the 12th floor offering up sunny views of Beverly Hills. One of the largest rooftop bars in the area, you’ll have plenty of space to relax with a dining and cocktail menu to keep you enjoying the breezy setting. From brunch to dinner, The Rooftop by JG is a great destination to spend some time soaking up the sunshine during your stay at The Waldorf Astoria.

 

JG Rooftop at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Photo: JG Rooftop at Waldorf Astoria

JG Rooftop at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Photo: JG Rooftop at Waldorf Astoria

Harriets Rooftop

Lounge at this West Hollywood hot spot for a taste of old Hollywood built into a bustling rooftop bar. The laid back environment during the day makes for a perfect place to catch up with friends over bites, while the trendy nighttime feel makes Harriets the place to see and be seen. Situated atop the new 1 Hotel, Harriets unites cocktails and panoramic views to create a garden-like destination.

 

Photo: Harriet’s Rooftop

Harriets Rooftop 1 Hotel

Photo: Harriet’s Rooftop

Spire 73

The InterContinental Hotel plays host to the tallest open-air bar in the Western Hemisphere–Spire 73. The impressive 73rd-floor height leaves nothing but impeccable views of Downtown Los Angeles while you toast drinks among the stars. Their cocktail menu and bar bites will keep you satisfied along with the blazing fire pit and glass enclosure creating a backdrop of sophistication.

 

Spire 73 Intercontinental

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Intercontinental DTLA

Photo: Intercontinental DTLA

The Bungalow Santa Monica

If you want a true beachfront experience, The Bungalow in Santa Monica is a must. Located at the Fairmont Hotel, the outdoor terrace includes design features like rustic tables, a fire pit, plenty of foliage, and a laid back game room to make you feel like you’re right at home. With signature cocktails, housemade sangria and a beer list, there’s a drink for everyone as you enjoy the view of the oceanside sunset.

 

Photo: The Bungalow Santa Monica

The Bungalow Santa Monica

Photo: The Bungalow Santa Monica

Spare Room

This old-timey cocktail bar and game lounge inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel serves some of the best cocktails around the city. Two polished wood bowling lanes serve as the main attraction at the Spare Room, where visitors can lace up their cult couture bowling shoes and hit the pins while enjoying a tasty drink. If bowling isn’t quite your style, head into the game room and enjoy a relaxing game of mahjong or mancala.

 

Photo: The Spare Room

Photo: The Spare Room Hollywood

Ricks

Rick’s at the Hotel Figueroa is the slice of paradise that you’ve been waiting for. Taking design hints from buildings in the Spanish Riviera, you would never guess that you’re sitting just blocks away from the Staples Center. The newly renovated poolside sippery is known for their Cuban-style beers, frozen cocktails, and marvelous micheladas.

 

Photo: Rick’s at Hotel Figueroa

Photo: Rick’s at Hotel Figueroa

The Rooftop at the Standard DTLA

Take in the fresh night air on the Rooftop at the Standard DTLA. Breathtaking views of the city, tasty cocktails, and a great swimming pool make The Rooftop a must-see for locals and visitors alike. Their cocktails can be served in any form desired including frozen, muddled, spritz, or tiki. DJs come in on weekends to keep the party going all night long with guests surrounded by a larger-than-life view of the Downtown LA skyline.

 

Photo: The Standard DTLA

Photo: The Standard Hotel DTLA

Giannini Bar

When the NoMad Los Angeles branched out from their New York big brother, they had to make sure they kept up the stellar reputation the brand had gained in their home state. Set in the NoMad Los Angeles at the historic Giannini Place, the Giannini Bar boasts a highly trained team of mixologists who expertly craft every drink on their 40-drink menu. Along with an award-winning bar program, the Giannini Bar houses one of the moodiest and most tantalizing interiors in the city.

 

Photo: Giannini Bar NoMad Los Angeles

The Nomad Hotel Los Angeles

Photo: The Nomad Hotel Los Angeles

Broken Shaker

Broken Shaker is a little slice of Miami that flew over to the Freehand in Los Angeles. The rooftop hotel bar is a casual taste of South Beach with plush lounge chairs, large plants, and unique decor. The cocktails served at Broken Shaker are unique and inventive, and they also serve punch bowls along with a whole menu of snacks for you to enjoy.

 

Photo: Broken Shaker

Broken Shaker Los Angeles

Photo: Broken Shaker Los Angeles

Teddys Bar

This bar off the lobby of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is the definition of comfortable. Dim mood lighting, plush leather seating, and a lingering wood smell really does make the bar feel like a chic library or modern lodge that serves a seasonal menu of exceptional cocktails. You’ll have a great time sinking into the leather and enjoying live jazz performances each weekend.

 

Teddys Hollywood Roosevelt

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Hollywood Roosevelt

Photo: Hollywood Roosevelt

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A Tropical Island Getaway at Bali’s Most Luxurious Hotels and Resorts

The Indonesian island paradise of Bali has long been a traveler’s bucket list destination with pristine beaches, unparalleled hiking, and an overall sense of slow-paced relaxation and luxury. An air of reverence and serenity surround the Hindu island that has attracted visitors from all around the world for decades. Along with breathtaking landscapes, Bali also holds a rich culture that’s just waiting to be explored by guests. With no shortage of luxury villas and suites to enhance your stay, these lavish island hideaways will give an added touch to your next Bali vacation.

Luxury Hotels Resorts Bali

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Amandari Bali

Located in the hills of the northern highlands of Bali is the breathtaking and serene Amandari Bali. Guests travel from all over the world to experience the unrivaled beauty and tranquility of the resort and stay at Amandari’s 31 individual villas and suites, designed in a traditional Balinese style. The wide variety of amenities includes a completely organic and local restaurant menu, a Balinese purification spa ritual, a historic Hindu shrine with a guarding stone tiger, and a 105-foot infinity pool.

 

Amandari Bali

Photo: Amandari Bali

Amandari Bali

Photo: Amandari Bali

Viceroy Bali

Experience the best that Bali has to offer when you stay at Viceroy Bali Luxury Resort. The resort serves as the island’s premier provider of romance and luxury, with a uniquely crafted array of experiences that brings the timeless traditions and cultures of Bali right to guests. Set out on an adventure-filled tour of the Balinese countryside, or sit poolside and catch a tan. The options are truly endless at Viceroy Bali.

 

VIceroy Bali

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VIceroy Bali

Photo: Viceroy Bali

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan

The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan dots along the verdant hills that surround the arts capital of Ubud. Connected by suspended walkways, the guest villas create the illusion of being suspended above the trees of the forest below and allow for some of the best views of the Balinese countryside that one will be able to find when visiting the island paradise. When visiting the Four Seasons at Sayan, enjoy complimentary yoga classes and a 106-foot Skytop pool that allows for ultimate relaxation and leisure.

 

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan

Photo: Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan

Photo: Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan

Bulgari Resort Bali

Traditional Balinese design and Italian high style blend together perfectly at the Bulgari Resort Bali. Set 500 feet atop a cliff overlooking the Indian ocean, the resort pays homage to Bali’s tranquil respect of nature while at the same time maintaining an ultra-exclusive but welcoming and warm atmosphere. Many of the 59 rooms are one-bedroom of 1,000 square feet with a private, walled garden and plunge pool.

 

Bulgari Resort Bali

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Bulgari Resort Bali

Photo: Bulgari Resort Bali

COMO Shambhala Estate

This serene wellness center focuses on a slow and holistic pace for guests to ensure ultimate relaxation. Guests from all around come to strengthen their bodies and minds and absorb the tranquility that Balinese culture and nature have to offer. Located near Ubud in the mystic jungle near the sacred Ayung River, the 36 rooms, including villas and suites, are the height of luxury and relaxation.

 

COMO Shambhala

Photo: COMO Shambhala Estate

COMO Shambhala

Photo: COMO Shambhala Estate

The St. Regis Bali Resort

Along the panoramic beach of Nusa Dua lies The St. Regis Bali Resort that embodies the essence of ‘barefoot elegance’. Both high-class sophistication and relaxation can be found within the resort’s traditionally styled Balinese villas and suites, which include amenities such as an award-winning spa, expertly led beach yoga, and pool and lagoon complex.

 

St Regis Bali Resort

Photo: The St. Regis Bali Resort

St Regis Bali Resort

Photo: The St. Regis Bali Resort

AYANA Resort and Spa

With locations all around Bali, AYANA Resort and Spa caters to guests no matter where they prefer to vacation on the island. Every location is expertly crafted and designed to make sure guests receive only the very best treatment when visiting the island paradise, and include amenities such as luxury restaurants, infinity pools that overlook Bali’s lush green forests, and even daily boat tours and leisure cruises.

 

AYANA Resort and Spa Bali

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AYANA Resort and Spa Bali

AYANA Resort and Spa

Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali

A stone-lined lagoon built around a historic Hindu shrine serves as the centerpiece for the immaculate Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali resort that brings the true essence of Balinese living to all that visit. Guest villas are decorated with breathtaking Balinese teakwood and silk brocade, with bathrooms that closely resemble personal spas. Multiple restaurants, a beach with wifi, and a dazzling 164-foot pool can all be enjoyed by guests staying at the Fairmont Sanur.

 

Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali

Photo: Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali

Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali

Photo: Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali

The Oberoi Beach Resort Bali

This tranquil surfside escape lies within close proximity to Seminyak Beach, a world-renowned surf spot. Along with surfing, guests also enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving. The resort, designed after a traditional Balinese village, includes 14 luxury villas set among tropical gardens and stone walkways. With the beautiful scenery also comes a full-time wait staff that can deliver a menu of second-to-none pan-Asian cuisine right to your room.

 

Oberoi Beach Resort Bali

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The Oberoi Beach Resort Bali

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Most Extravagant Luxury Suites in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a world-renowned travel destination known for its incredible array of nightlife and attractions. You will never run out of things to do when visiting Sin City. Vegas oozes a lavish lifestyle starting with the multitude of luxury hotel suites and private villas available. Some of the world’s most extravagant rooms can be found in Las Vegas, giving visitors a wide-ranging choice of where they would like to stay. Whether you’re searching for a penthouse overlooking the Strip, or a quiet and tucked-away villa, Las Vegas has something just for you.

Luxury Hotel Suites Vegas

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The Mansion at the MGM Grand

Larger than most, the Mansion at the MGM Grand consists of 29 villas and a climate controlled atrium and garden pool, all adding up to a whopping 290,000 square feet. The Mansion features a hidden driveway up to the collection of private villas, and each villa comes equipped with a unique collection of art, antiquities, and other luxurious decors. If you’re searching for a place to host your next Las Vegas weekend, the Mansion is an impressive destination.

 

The Mansion MGM Grand

Photo: The Mansion Atrium at MGM Grand at Night

Two Bedroom Villa

Photo: The Mansion at MGM Grand Two Bedroom Villa

Sky Villa at The Palms

The previously named “Hefner Suite” at the Palms features two floors and 9,000 total square feet of prime Las Vegas reality. Amenities include a full workout center, a massage parlor, and a 24-hour butler service, among many others. Also included in the room is a full glass elevator and an infinity pool overlooking the Strip.

 

Sky Villa Palms Hotel

Photo: Sky Villa Palms Hotel

Sky Villa Palms Hotel

Photo: Sky Villa Palms Hotel

Palazzo Suites at Rio Las Vegas

Tucked on the backend of The Rio’s campus, the Palazzo Suites are one of Vegas’ best kept secrets, as in the suites are mostly on a need-to-know basis to maintain their enchanting qualities. When staying at the Palazzo Suites, you can choose from a number of rooms that include anywhere from one to six bedrooms and range from 3,900 to 13,950 square feet. Along with Bulgari bath products and 24-hour butler service, guests can also expect a complimentary limousine airport shuttle service and a whirlpool tub on each balcony that overlooks the Strip.

 

Palazzo Suites at Rio Las Vegas

Photo: The Palazzo Suites at Rio

Palazzo Suites at Rio

Photo: The Palazzo Suites at Rio

Marcus Aurelius Villa at Caesars Palace

This 9,500 square foot masterpiece may have been built for the likes of Caesar himself. A private elevator brings you to a Roman design-inspired mega-suite that features an aquarium filled with exotic fish, a double-sided fireplace, and even a grand piano. After a day walking around the Strip, kick back in the Villa’s personal movie theater or take a dip in the jacuzzi on the private balcony.

 

Caesars Palace Marcus Aurelius Villa

Photo: Caesars Palace Marcus Aurelius Villa

Caesars Palace Marcus Aurelius Villa

Photo: Caesars Palace Marcus Aurelius Villa

Presidential Suite at the Bellagio

If ultimate relaxation is what you’re searching for, then the Presidential Suite at the Bellagio is exactly what you need. The headlining features of the suite are the in-room solarium, private garden and custom fountain which keeps to the style of the famous Bellagio fountain. Among the other 4,000 some square-feet, you can find a large fireplace, a six-seat bar, and a whirlpool tub that overlooks the whole of Las Vegas.

 

Presidential Suite at the Bellagio

Photo: Presidential Suite at the Bellagio

Presidential Suite at the Bellagio

Photo: Presidential Suite at the Bellagio

Chairman Suite at the Venetian

The Chairman Suite at the Venetian takes heavy design influence from Asian cultures, featuring a collection of art by Asian creators and multiple fountains to bring the zen of the suite together. Along with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, the suite includes a private massage parlor, sauna, salon, and a private workout center.

 

Chairman Suite at the Venetian

Photo: Chairman Suite at the Venetian

Chairman Suite at the Venetian

Photo: Chairman Suite at the Venetian

Encore Three Bedroom Duplex

While staying at the 5,829 square feet of the Three Bedroom Duplex at the Wynn Las Vegas, guests can expect a full wet bar and buffet, 24-hour room service, expedited entry into multiple nightclubs, a dedicated billiards room, and a wall of two-story windows to give visitors a dazzling view of the city. The modern contemporary room includes a small collection of art from around the world, gilded moldings and railings, and marble countertops and sinks. The only true way to describe the Encore Three Bedroom Duplex is luxurious.

 

Encore Three Bedroom Duplex

Photo: Encore Three Bedroom Duplex

Encore Three Bedroom Duplex

Photo: Encore Three Bedroom Duplex

Three Bedroom Villa at Mirage

Proceeding past the gated driveway, guests staying at the Three Bedroom Villa at the Mirage are treated to a wide array of amenities including a 24-hour on-call staff of maids and butlers, a fully stocked wet bar, and a private backyard with a pool and lounging section. You will experience a level of tailor-made luxury and comfort that cannot be found anywhere else in the city.

 

Three Bedroom Villa at Mirage

Photo: The Villas at The Mirage Entrance Hallway

Three Bedroom Villa at Mirage

Photo: Three Bedroom Villa at Mirage

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