Inside the World's Greatest Hotels
Caesar's Palace has been the heart and soul of Vegas for more than 50 years. Meet the staff who keep make this 4,000-room hotel running 24 hours a day, visit a high roller's secret luxury villa, learn how to cater for 3,000 people per day, hear the secrets of the casino floor, and see a young couple tie the knot Vegas-style.
Raffles Hotel in Singapore has been welcoming travellers for more than 130 years. Once known as the Savoy of the East, its guests range from royalty to rock stars, and from politicians to poets, plus the occasional tiger.
A Hollywood legend sits above Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills, with a red carpet entrance to a house of glamour, secrets and scandal. Staff help viewers walk in the footsteps of Marilyn Monroe and Liz Taylor.
A step inside The Balmoral, a 10-storey gothic pile which holds a dominant position on the Edinburgh skyline. As well as being a cherished landmark, it is regarded as having created the perfect alchemy of comfort and luxury.
A look inside The Dorchester, the 1930s Art Deco monument to luxury that sits proudly on London's Park Lane, and has hosted royal stag parties, Hollywood legends, rock stars and politicians.
A sample of the welcome afforded by The Ritz, which has been synonymous with luxury, a symbol of wealth and a bastion of privilege for over 100 years.
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