A Five-Star hotel represents the ultimate in luxury and
sophistication. Guests can expect first class accommodations,
consistently superlative service and careful attention to detail in all
aspects of their stay. Amenities typically include heated swimming
pools, whirlpool tubs, fitness centers and spas, valet parking, bellhops,
and concierge service. A five-star hotel may feature up to three
gourmet restaurants, and room service is often available 24 hours a
day. The lobby of a five-star hotel is sumptuously appointed and
guest rooms feature designer quality furnishings and fine linens.
Most five-star hotels are large properties, but some of the smaller
properties listed in our "Top 50" offer intimate and romantic settings
which cannot be matched by a larger hotel. Five-star luxury hotels
are often located in downtown areas of major cities, but may also be
found in wealthy suburban areas and resort destinations.
On this page, you will find a list of luxury hotel chains
whose properties are often considered of "five-star" caliber.
You will also find our list of top independent (non-chain) hotels
in the USA, sorted by state, as well as links to other top-ranked
Texas-based hospitality firm features unique hotels
and resorts in leading cities and resort destinations.
The ambience and style of each property is designed to accent
its location's culture, history and geography. www.RosewoodHotels.com
Raffles Hotels & Resorts is a collection of luxury
hotels located in major cities around the globe. Each hotel is
a landmark in its respective city, and most are positioned at the top
of their local markets. Properties include Raffles L'Ermitage
in Beverly Hills as well as hotels in Singapore, the Caribbean,
and Europe. www.Raffles.com
Family of individual hotels and resorts, each with their own
distinct personality. This luxury brand strives to provide service
that is gracious and sincere, with an oriental flavor. www.MandarinOriental.com