The Royal Residence at Jumeirah Vittaveli in the Maldives offers guests five bedrooms, a private beach, two private pools, a private spa, private gym, full private restaurant, wrap-around deck and private overwater bar. A seating lounge sinks into a lily pond with views of the ocean. The price tag? $35,000 per night.
A bit closer to home, this New York City suite recently debuted with a new look. The Presidential Suite gives guests up to four bedrooms, bespoke furniture and expansive living space with views of Central Park. Host up to 11 of your favorite friends in the dining room, surrounded by the specially commissioned photography from highly regarded artists. The room rate starts at $35,000 per night.
For ultra-luxury in Hawai’i, look no further than the Alii Suite at Four Seasons Resort Lanai. The two-bedroom suite offers amazing views of the ocean, with its formal living room, dining room for six and media room. The spa-inspired bathroom includes a Japanese double soaking tub, double walk-in steam shower and an in-vanity television. Other amenities include a walk-in closet, drop-down television and binocular tripods for even better views of Hulopoe Bay. The suite starts at $21,000 per night.
In Bali, the Mulia Mansion offers guests two stories all to themselves, along with six bedrooms, 24-hour security detail, 24-hour butler service, a full swimming pool and more. Guests additionally receive roundt-rip luxury airport transfers, dedicated buggy service, daily afternoon tea and private cabanas. It’s all yours for $19,800 per night.
In Dubai, luxury abounds, but one suite offers more than the rest. The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah’s Royal Suites take over the entire length of the 25th floor, with views of the Arabian Gulf. Guests enjoy 24-hour butler service, a private elevator, cinema, rotating canopy bed, 12-person dining room, a 24-karat gold iPad and Hermès amenities. The suites start at just less than $11,000 per night.
North America offers many scenic and historic train rides. These train rides delight and inspire travelers because it gives them a new way to experience the world. Thousands of people take these trains every year and this type of travel is only gaining more followers. The North American train system is still years behind European and Asian countries, but they get the job done. Taking a train is also a great way to add an extra adventure to a trip or destination. It’s not just going from one place to another but getting to view everything in between as well.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Planning a road trip often involves time dedicated to researching routes, planning stops and figuring out how to pass the time for endless hours on the highway. Thankfully, technology comes to the rescue with a handful of mobile apps that can help in the road trip planning process.