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About this article: The Top Hotels in The World

For those who love to travel and want the best during their stay, the top hotels in the world offer chains of their hotels in almost every major city in the world. Guests can enjoy the same kind of service and expect similar standards in these top hotels.

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The top hotels in the world
Just as great hotel chains are making a huge impression on guests from all over the world, some of these great hotel chains attribute their success specially to some hotels in their chain that propagate a fabulous and unforgettable experience to their guests in terms of service, facilities, location, rooms, food and design.

It's important to mention that these hotels have become great and have come to be regarded as great by their guests due to the fact that their product offerings rank second to none and are unique in their own way. This uniqueness has mesmerized guests from all over world giving each and every one of them with different but excellent experience.

Shangri La Hotel, Sydney
Belonging to a one of the best hotel chains in the world, this hotel is a slick property offering over 560 rooms in one of the best locations to die for: between the Opera House and Harbor Bridge in The Rocks in Sydney. Designed and packaged specially for the business travelers, this hotel offers 111 so called Horizon Club rooms with a club lounge along with complimentary evening drinks and free suit-press. When it comes to cuisine, this hotel prides itself with their signature Altitude restaurant which consists of dramatic floor to ceiling windows. When it comes to food, they serve modern Australian cuisine in this restaurant and at the Café Mix they offer pasta, noodles and Tandoori dishes and their Rocks Teppanyaki offers Japanese food. This great hotel tops their product off with, efficient and discreet service with facilities like indoor pool, fitness centre, spa and business centre.

The Peninsula, Hong Kong
Famed as a landmark of the city having been opened in 1928, this hotel is among the best in the world. With an amazing view of the Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island from the pool and sun terrace of the hotel, this great hotel offers, richly decorated 300 spacious rooms, and the rooms in the tower are famed for their view of the city skyline. Further, they offer their guests with six restaurants which include the famed Starck-designed Felix (Pacific Rim cuisine) on the 28th floor. Facilities include a Roman-style pool, fleet of Rolls-Royces and helicopter transfers.

Park Hyatt, Tokyo
Located in the top 14 floors of the 52 storey Shinjuku Park Tower, this hotel offers 177 rooms which have breathtaking views of the city and Yoyogi Park and along with it; this hotel is famed for its cutting edge and high tech style. One of the well known factors of this hotel are their 'Entertainment Concierges' who work as personal assistants, taking care of all aspects of a group or individual's visit. With respect to the food, its popular seafood-orientated New York Grill & Bar has just been revamped and there is also a modern Japanese restaurant, Kozue, as well as the European-influenced Girandole. Afternoon tea is served in the bamboo garden on the 41st floor. (www.cntraveller.com)

Wynn, Las Vegas
At the famed northern end of the Strip, built on the site of the old Desert Inn, Wynn Las Vegas is the most ambitious hotel yet from Steve Wynn, the man behind the famous Mirage and the Bellagio. Nearly $2.7 billion was spent on this lavish 50-storey behemoth with 2,716 rooms and it also houses a sensational art collection, including Picasso's Le Rêve. Popular around the world for its facilities, the sheer scale and range of options cannot fail to impress: 22 restaurants, a 35,000sq ft spa, stores such as Chanel and Manolo Blahnik in the shopping mall, clubs, bars, pools, theatres, an 18-hole golf course and, of course, the 111,000sq ft casino. (www.cntraveller.com)
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