Top 10 luxury hotels in the world

It’s that time of year again when Tripadvisor come up with their Travellers Choice Awards based on ratings given by users of their site.  There are all sorts of categories for the awards, whether they be sorted by region, by budget or by something else.  Naturally, I headed straight for the luxury category to locate their ‘top 10 luxury hotels in the world’. Congratulations go to the Czech Republic – and more specifically Prague – who manage to be represented three times in the list.  In fact, they have a stranglehold on three of the top four!  Without further ado, here’s the list:

1 Golden Well (U Zlate Studne) – Prague, Czech Republic
2 Hotel Prinsenhof Bruges – Bruges, Belgium
3 Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa – Prague, Czech Republic
4 Aria Hotel – Prague, Czech Republic
5 Cocoa Island Resort – South Male Atoll
6 Hotel Villa Ducale – Taormina, Italy
7 Taj Lake Palace Udaipur – Udaipur, India
8 Hotel Palazzo Zichy – Budapest, Hungary
9 Banyan Tree Mayakoba – Playa del Carmen, Mexico
10 Baros Maldives – Male

Comments (3)

  1. irene says:

    can’t believe how many spots prague takes. They have so many fab and grand hotels there too so loads to choose from.

    Love the look of the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur it looks completely fabulous.

  2. Aurora says:

    Quite surprised at that list, wouldn’t have expected Prague to have done so well.

  3. Emily M says:

    Surprised not to see Dubai on that list!

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