Luxurious apartments offer fantastic facilities but even reasonably priced pads can surprise you in what they offer. All over the world these apartments have been built to the highest standard to cater for the needs and wants of anyone.
Starting with some of the more luxurious is one of the most expensive apartments in the world, worth $US21.8 million, located in Tokyo. Recently re-designed, this apartment now boats a dining room where dinner guests are able to watch the chef serve food from the kitchen – this in the Japanese “Ryotei” style which is seen as the most elegant and sophisticated Japanese cuisine.
If you fly over to Dubai, when you rent an apartment you can expect ‘normal’ facilities to include a gym and swimming pool, maybe even a squash court or tennis court. Depending on where you apartment is located, you might also have access to your own private beach (that you share with the other apartment residents) as well as the private bar and restaurant.
Down under in New Zealand, some luxurious apartments will offer you amazing facilities such as large spa pool, as well as a pool not to mention internal parking for both your car and your boat plus large private balconies. When the winter arrives, there is the choice of either a gas fire or central heating or you could warm yourself up in the private sauna.
Heading over to Italy, there are a number Rome, these apartments vary in their facilities as does the price tag. For the more luxurious, you’ll find some in the oldest and exclusive neighbourhoods with well furnished interiors including a library, flat TV and well equipped kitchen. You may even be lucky and stay in some with original decoration on the walls created with an original oil painting. Some Rome apartments offer terraces and air conditioning – both of which you’ll be thankful for in the hot summer months.
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London is home to one of the most expensive apartments in the world. Number One Hyde Park. Residents can benefit from a luxurious amount of facilities including a 21 metre stainless steel ozone swimming pool, two saunas, two steam rooms, a top of the art gym not to mention a squash court with digital scoring and a virtual games. For those who want to relax while in the apartment, there is the private cinema as well as spa facilities which have relaxation and treatment rooms. Should you wish to entertain, there is a library with two private meeting rooms as well as another informal area. If you’re wondering about your Grand Cru Burgundys and First Class Bordeaux, you can relax knowing you have the benefit of a temperature controlled wine cellar.
Number One Hyde Park has to be one of the most luxurious London apartments in England’s capital. Next time you are over to London, why not rent your very own London apartment and feel like the king of the castle for your stay.