A disapointment: 10 Best Hotels in the World, according to Expedia

The top spot goes to the Slovakian boutique hotel, followed by Al Codega in Venice, Italy, and the Central American Hotel Royal Corin in Fortuna, Costa Rica, which holds the highest spot of any hotel outside of the US or Europe.

More I was looking at this list more I was disappointed. There’s so much better in the hotel world!  It seems like they were searching for the most common hotels worldwide instead of searching for the outstanding, the best. Check on your own!

The  list of 10 best hotels in the world, according to Expedia’s 2012 Insiders’ Select list:

1. Marrol’s Boutique Hotel – Bratislava (Slovakia)

2. Hotel Al Codega – Venice (Italy)

3. Hotel Royal Corin – Fortuna (Costa Rica)

4. Hilton Garden Inn Aberdeen – Aberdeen (Scotland)

5. Four Seasons Miami – Miami, Florida (USA)

6. Madison Hotel Hamburg – Hamburg (Germany)

7. Element Omaha Midtown Crossing – Omaha, Nebraska (USA)

8. Sonnenalp Resort of Vail – Vail, Colorado (USA)

9. Taj Lands End – Mumbai (India)

10. Mr. C Beverly Hills – Los Angeles, California (USA)

More: http://www.expedia.com/p/hotel-promo/insiders-select.htm and http://press.expediainc.com/index.php?s=43&item=216

Comments
4 Responses to “A disapointment: 10 Best Hotels in the World, according to Expedia”
  1. Mike Tommasi says:

    Never been to any, so cannot judge. But it looks laughable😉 Almost as good as the 50 best restaurants in the world.

  2. Agreed Andreja… I dont think they worked hard enough to compile the list or may be they “worked” too hard to compile the list🙂

  3. Mike, I would not compare this and World’s 50 best restaurants. Taste is always a subjective thing, but on the World’s 50 best restaurants we can anyway find also some of the world’s best chefs (some instead are missing), on this hotels list instead there is really only mediocrity.

  4. Perhaps the most laughable: The “Hilton Garden Inn Aberdeen”……absurd and appalling!

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