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This retired Soviet aircraft carrier “Kiev” was completely transformed into a luxury hotel in China. Now families can relax in this hunk of steel while checking out all of its weaponry and entertaining capture the pirate water show. In 1996 she was sold to a Chinese company, and has been part of Binhai Aircraft Park, a military theme park in Tianjin since 1 May 2004. In August 2011, the ex-Kiev began welcoming guests as its new role as a luxury hotel after a multimillion dollar refit.

Whistler Blackcomb is a popular ski resort among tourists. It was the site for various 2010 Winter Olympic events.Heated floors, hot tub, spa, indoor waterfall, fireplaces, guest house and guest suites, and lakeside are among Whistler Blackcomb’s notable amenities.This place is located about 125 km  north of Vancouver.This incredible property on Crabapple drive is situated on five beautiful acres, offering maximum luxury and privacy. Built in 2004, it has 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms.

If you are in search of Luxury apartments in Barcelona, ​ ​ Spain, then you need to get in touch with Alberto Rovira and Benito Escat, who are renowned home interior designers. They together have designed some the best luxury apartment houses in Barcelona. Their home update ideas are extremely unique and they are capable of turning even a dilapidated shelter or a stable into a magnificent, grand modern apartment. They specialize in designing urban apartments and lofts.

Designed as an exclusive private villa, the Villa Amanzi, perched on a 197-foot-high cliff, is set in the lush, tropical headland, just south of Kamala Beach. The 8,000 sq ft luxury villa stands on a 27,000 sq ft plot. Offering uninterrupted sea views, it’s near to the beaches, town and the Phuket airport. The defining elements are the rock and the view. It seems like the home grows out from the rock.

A villa was originally an ancient Roman upper-class country house. Since its origins in the Roman villa, the idea and function of a villa have evolved considerably. After the fall of the Roman Republic, villas became small farming compounds, which were increasingly fortified in Late Antiquity, sometimes transferred to the Church for reuse as a monastery. Then they gradually re-evolved through the Middle Ages, into elegant upper-class country homes. In modern parlance ‘villa’ can refer to a various types and sizes of residences, ranging from the suburban “semi-detached” double villa to residences in the wildland-urban interface.

Supposedly, these are leaked photographs of “Putin’s Palace” that is built near Novorossiysk, on the Black Sea. This mansion is almost finished, judging by the pictures. Its construction is worth $1 billion, according to Russian businessman Sergei Kolesnikov who announced this number in his letter to President Dmitry Medvedev. Prime Minister’s press office denies that this building belongs to Putin. Inside this post, you can see outside and inside photos of this beautiful, luxurious and huge mansion built in Russia.

Design of the hotel combines traditional colonial style and modern elements that make it unique and extremely beautiful. This new luxury hotel is called boutiqe hotel The Club and is placed in Singapore. Conceptual and extravagant it offer 22 22 distinctly unique rooms, a rooftop skybar with alfresco deck and a tapas bar on the ground floor.  The Club is Ministry of Design’s latest high design boutique hotel offering in the uber chic Club Street conservation area with 22 distinctly unique rooms, a rooftop skybar with alfresco deck and a destination F&B venue with a tapas bar on the ground floor. Conceptualizing The Club’s branding, MOD has orchestrated a unified design vision to all related collateral, signage and spatial environments. Targeted at the design and lifestyle savvy global nomad, The Club’s blend of sophisticated and comfortable design is at once distinctly local as it is cutting edge global.

All rooms combine traditional colonial design inspired elements together with sleek modern detailing, attitude and creature comforts – creating a colonial chic aesthetic. Unique layouts together with tailored artwork in each room make each of the 22 rooms distinct. MOD designed the artwork and famed local artist Wynlyn Tan implemented them in the hotel.Guests have the option of checking in at the ground level lobby or at the panoramic roof top Sky Bar, overlooking the Club Street conservation area and CBD. F&B areas designed by Jane Yeo include Lobby Lounge, Tapas Bar, and 2 private function rooms.

Certainly one of the most radical boat designs I’ve ever seen. The two companies unveiled a real-size model of the 38-metre wide vessel late last month in Ancona, Italy. Unusually the width of the yacht is almost two thirds of its 190ft length. Instead of a traditional tapered stern, the WHY has a sheared off appearance, with a 30metre ‘beach’ running along the back. This gives access to a naturally-lit spa, that includes a traditional Turkish Hammam.   It’s not like the usual stern of a boat, it’s more like the real beach of an island; a beach which is protected from the wind and the waves, where you can really relax.’ The naval architect Mauro Sculii said the strange dimensions gave a great stability to the boat. The boat, which is built on three decks, also features a 25metre swimming pool on the bow that hug the contours of the helipad. Inside ‘adaptable living spaces’ are organised around a salon that contains a cinema, a music room, a library and a dining room that opens on to the sea.

The lucky owner has their own 200-square-metre suite that covers the entire third floor and has sweeping views of the sea from its private terrace. Up to 12 guests can stay in the five sumptuous suites on the second floor and their every wish would be carried out by a 20-strong crew. The yacht will cruise at 12knots with a maximum speed of 14knots. Impressively the makers claim it could make four Atlantic crossings without any major maintenance. Any eco-conscious buyer can be reassured that the ship has been designed with three large sky lights and 300 square metres of windows to give a maximum amount of natural light. It will also be fitted with an ultra-low consumption LED lighting system. Solar panels covering the roof and sides of the vessel will help save at least 200 tons of diesel fuel a year. The yacht also comes equipped with waste management systems made to handle both organic and inorganic waste. It will be the first yacht for Hermes who have previously helped design a luxury helicopter and a collection of smart cars

Lufthansa has unveiled the “world’s quietest first class” cabin, but it’s the bathrooms on the A380 that has reviewers gushing. The luxurious First-Class bathroom features wide vertical mirrors and a five-star hotel-style vanity area. The bathroom is fitted with separate wash, changing and toilet areas. In a bid to provide a peaceful journey the A380 cabin includes sound-absorbing curtains   which partition off the cabin  and sound-absorbing carpet to block footstep noise. The A380 has 526 seats in total, 8 First-Class cabins, 98 in business and 420 in economy, and replaces overhead luggage bins with a lockable floor-level cabinet. First-Class seats are 2.07m long and 80cm wide, while Economy seats have 79cm of leg room.The A380 has 526 seats in total eight First-Class cabins, 98 in business and 420 in economy   and replaces overhead luggage bins with a lockable floor-level cabinet. The Lufthansa A380′s maiden flight will take the German soccer team to South Africa for the World Cup. The first commercial flight from Frankfurt to Tokyo is expected to take place on June 11. First-Class travellers will be expected to fork out around $12,200 for the pleasure.

The Hotel Silken Puerta América Madrid is an idea of freedom come true, a gathering space merging different cultures and ways of interpreting architecture and design. A masterpiece that awakens guests’ senses, that breaks the mould by using different colours, materials and shapes. A 5 Star Luxury Hotel that ushers guests into innovative spaces, a bold departure from the usual. A compilation of designs from 19 different architects, this eclectic luxury hotel features two contemporary restaurants, a bar, a nightclub, a fitness center, and a heated indoor swimming pool. The 12 guestroom floors were each created in the vision of a unique international architect giving the rooms individualized design and décor. All rooms include complimentary wireless Internet access.

The Hotel Silken Puerta América Madrid is a space that invites people to dream – a neverbeen- attempted-before project that has brought together nineteen of the top architecture and design studios in the world from thirteen different countries. Originality, luxury, innovation and formal freedom define a hotel that awakens its guests’ senses. Each of the floors showcases a different concept in hotel rooms. All play with different materials, colours and shapes to create spaces that bring together the best in avant-garde design and architecture, where creativity and the freedom to develop each of the spaces has been the hallmark.

The Hotel Silken Puerta América Madrid is an eclectic, daring space that does not sell comfort short. Rooms with luxury in their finest detail that entice guests to search for new forms, to interact with them, to touch, to see, and even to breathe and smell… In short, to utterly enjoy a unique space that stands out especially for its quality and wide range of services. 12 different floors, 12 ways of understanding the architecture and the design. A hotel that is unique in the world.

Artistic Luxury Villas Colani designed in luxury areas inspired by the legendary designer Luigi Colani. Designed using circular structure, which connects the terrace, water features and wrapped in a package with a bright orange exterior. Eclectic mix statues, marble columns blue with gilded plinths, native gold mosaics in the bathrooms, and swimming pool directly adjacent to the outdoors makes this villa the more artistic. More than 1230 square feet of 24-karat gold, gold weighed 60 pounds and at a cost of more than $ 1 million, which is used in swimming pools and homes. Artistic luxury Villas Colani also found in the draft five entrance villas designed exclusively with genuine Swarovski crystals artistically inset into the panel so that they shine from both outside and inside the house. A very beautiful view in the vicinity of Villa Colani an additional point Artistic luxury Villas Colani. There’s about 10,700-square-feet of living space that includes a spherical kitchen for which the appliances, were designed by Sheer and flown in from Italy. The exclusive Colani door, as well as the doors to the five other entrances, are all adorned with genuine Swarovski crystals artistically inset into the panel so that they sparkle from both the outside and inside the house. Artistic luxury Villas Colani sold for $ 28,000,000, which is worth the price of luxury villas are spectacular.

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