Exclusive terraces around the world

There are luxury terraces atop five-star hotels around the world that would make anyone dreaming to relax or entertain informal guests outdoors pretty envious. I dare you to have a look!

1. Six Senses Hotel, Thailand: The vantage point this terrace provides allows you to enjoy Phang Nga Bay, one of Thailand’s most delightful terraces.

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Charming terraces worldwide

The following hotels’ gardens, restaurants and outdoor terraces provide a miraculous backdrop to all sorts of events.
1. Mayfair Hotel, Miami: Perched on the rooftop, the terrace, which hosts the most popular DJs every Sunday, boasts pool, bar, fireplace and cabanas looking out on Biscane Bay and the city’s skyline.

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Steve Martin’s stunning colonial-style $10.5m villa

Comedian Steve Martin’s St Barthélemy villa, dubbed Villa Au Soleil, is nestled high in the hills above the Caribbean. The luxury colonial-style spread features four bedrooms, open-plan living space plus a dining-room. Outdoors it boasts lush verdant tropical gardens, a two-tiered infinity pool, and several sundecks and  terraces. The villa provides 180-degree views of St Jean Baie, which are second to none, according to the actor. The Martins purchased the fully-furnished retreat in 2008 and not long ago renovated it in a Caribbean-American style mixture. In between making his films, he and his family used this genuine haven to relax away from the hectic life of Tinseltown and to entertain guests. While the family were away, the villa was rented out.


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World’s most eye-popping hotel suites (2)

  1. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

Highlights of the well-appointed suites include suggestive artwork, a spa bath which looks over the Strip, a high-end indoor pool, a poker table and a revolving circular bed. The Palms is a much sought-after spot for celebrities. Other facilities luring the wealthy are the sky-high club, with a retractable roof and the poolside paradise.

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World’s most eye-popping hotel suites (1)

If you are a millionaire, then you must have tried at least one of these top-notch suites in any of their locations. If you are not, then you may want to see what millionaires can afford while being away on business or vacation.


  1. Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens

This royal villa provides its guests with every amenity required by the high price of the stay – around $35,000 per night: gourmet restaurants, lush grounds, private beach, indoor and outdoor pool, steam bath and massage room bed along with first-rate private service: butler, chef and pianist.

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People who have built their houses, Inspiring from movies

How would you like to live aboard the Starship Enterprise?  Inside the Batcave? The interior of a TARDIS? It can be fun for a while . Then you can change your mind when you think of practical applications effectively these iconic decorative elements in your home, where you should look at them and clean them every day. However, some people do not mind these problems and have chosen to build rooms and sometimes entire houses, based on designs found in popular movies and TV shows.

On a similar note, the hotels offer themed rooms for people who want to experience, but you might not want to live. We have completed some of the craziest we’ve found.


Flintstones House

This Malibu home was once the summer residence of Dick Clark and his wife. The single story home has a cave-like interior, 22 acres of land, and great views of the ocean. Bottomless car not included.


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The Big Apple’s swankiest penthouse listed at $95M

The most exclusive penthouse in New York, sprawled over the three floors atop The Pierre Hotel is up for sale with a considerable price cut of $30, the original price being $125 million. The luxury abode, whose previous owner was Martin Zweig, contains 16 grand rooms, of which 5 bedrooms and 6 full and 3 half baths. Zweig’s impressive art collection and furniture is not included in the listing, though.


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