The Most Luxurious Bedrooms Around the World

Luxurious Bedrooms

Here are some of the most finest and the most luxurious bedrooms in the world, ones that you would salivate to have for yourself. From the exotic reaches of India to the wilds of Africa, these suites define and elevate luxury to a whole new level.

Most Luxurious Bedrooms You Will Ever See

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Abu Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Abu Camp

On the banks of the Okavango river, this elegant home-away-from-home is worlds apart from another commercial hotel suite. Constructed to resemble a tent, the canvas walls and ceiling give an open, airy feeling while a wraparound porch that beckons guests outdoors to enjoy panoramic views of the African bush and catch a glimpse of the camp’s resident elephant herd.

The Opposite House, Beijing

The Opposite House

Known as one of most luxurious bedrooms in the world, this 5,000-square-foot, two-story penthouse will help you experience a bird’s-eye view of China’s capital. The light-filled rooms flow seamlessly together for the ultimate modern living experience. With its sleek wood and bamboo surfaces used to contribute a streamlined aesthetic, the subtle touches of traditional Chinese decor also adds a sense of history to the place.

Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, India

Taj Lake Palace

Translated as Luster of the Moon, the suite is aptly named as it is the crown jewel of a 250-year-old pleasure palace constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1746. The suite was later used as the court of Maharana Bhopal Singh in the 1930s. Its gilt moldings, carved marble, and intricate ceiling frescoes add to the elaborate design and decoration. Located on an island in Lake Pichola, in India, the hotel was used as Octopussy’s lair in a 1983 James Bond film and has been a destination for European royalty and American celebrities.

W Retreat & Spa, Vieques Island, Puerto Rico

W Retreat & Spa

If you need a little Caribbean R & R that is pet-friendly, this hotel does not only welcome your furry friends, they actually cater to them in this beautiful gardenside oasis. A private cabana within the resort’s tropical surroundings and 1,000-square-foot accommodations are decorated with vibrant tropical colors, original artwork, and contemporary eclectic furnishings for a more sophisticated island vibe.

Little Olarro, Loita Hills, Kenya

Little Olarro

On a Masai game reserve in Southwestern Kenya is a suite that employs traditional African construction techniques like lofty rough-hewn wood-beamed ceilings, mud walls, and even a woven grass roof. A gauzy canopy bed, an animal hide bench, and tribal textiles together exemplify African elegance.

The Nines Hotel, Portland, Oregon

The Nines Hotel

Art deco meets modern amenities in this tasteful LEED-certified hotel suite. With its down pillows, 350-thread-count sheets, and plush duvet, the hotel is a cozy place to check into when you land in Portland’s city center.

Pashan Garh, Panna National Park, India

Pashan Garh

India is filled with luxurious bedrooms and hotels, and this is yet another one. Observe India’s majestic Bengal tigers from the hilltop comfort of a private stone cottage in one of their pristine wildlife sanctuaries. Sleek, contemporary furnishings make a beautiful contrast with the dry-packed stone hut’s construction. Traditional Indian block-print fabrics add beauty and grace to the room and the wide windows offer a sweeping view of the surrounding jungle.

Zungulila Bushcamp, South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

Zungulila Bushcamp

This national park encampment gives a new meaning to the word “roughing it,” with canvas walls and ceilings, reminiscent of a tent but with more than basic amenities. Complete with an en suite bathroom and an outdoor shower, plus a sunken-plunge pool, guests can stay cool after a long day at the savanna on one of the area’s popular walking safaris. Available only from June to January, the lucky guests can spend their nights along the bend of the Kapamba River where natural springs attract huge herds of game.

The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, India

The Taj Mahal Palace

The most popular structure in India overlooks the harbor, the stone monument that serves as a symbol for the city’s openness to tourists and visitors. The suite blends European elegance and contemporary luxury with its detailed wood-paneled walls and intricate plaster ceiling work. The suite’s regal color scheme and traditional furnishings give guests a feel of how it is to live in a completely different, more elegant era.

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