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    Default Best hotel you've ever been to?

    What's the best hotel you've ever visited in your life? I think my favorite was a little hotel in Venice called "AD Place" - I stayed in a beautiful suite for a week there and had the best time. They had a great espresso machine and playstation 3 in the suite.

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    For me it is Concorde Hotel Berlin 5*... enormous rooms, really enormous, absolutely clean and beautiful..also very nice breakfast and staff..
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    ramada inn.... they let me bring my dog with me to my room
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    Abu Dhabi: Emirate Palace Hotel

    Dubai: Madinat Jumeirah, Burj Al-Arab is pretty hyped about but again bang for buck which is what my choice is based on goes to Madinat

    Singapore: Marina Bay Sands

    Macau: Grand Lisboa. I do prefer The Venetian there as most of our stays there are on the house.

    Melbourne Australia: Crown Ent Complx

    Gold Coast, Australia: Palazzo Versace

    Monte Carlo, Monaco: Hotel Metropole

    St Moritz, Swiss: Carlton Hotel

    Vail, CO, USA: Ritz Residence

    Hong Kong: Mandarin Oriental

    Venice: The Gritti Palace

    Paris: Hotel Montaigne

    disclaimer: Some of these are not the most opulent you can find in those cities but these are hotels that I have had a good experience in; would gladly give or have given my business again to some of the properties.
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    burj al arab

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    hacienda courts, free continental breakfast bitches
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    Holiday Inn Express in Miami. They had this automatic pancake making machine that in my opinion represents the pinnacle of human engineering. You pressed a button and seconds later a pancake rolled off the conveyor built. It had to be magic.
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    hilton caribe in san juan, some private hotel in munich, and far too many others to remember
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    Conrad Tokyo is by far one of my favorites, Maybachs and Gemballas parked at the valet. The room was beyond technologically advanced compared to anything I have seen stateside it was awesome.
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