Traveling can be all about living out your wildest fantasies. For some, that means journeying far and wide to climb a mountain, while others satisfy their wanderlust by relaxing on an exotic private island. The hotel experience, too, is often about turning your reveries into a temporary reality, whether you opt for a property with a spectacular view, infinity pool, swanky decor, or all of the above. For those who’ve always dreamt about having a lavish closet, many hotels around the world can offer you the object of your desire. From China and Milan to Russia and Morocco, we scoured the globe and pulled together a list of properties with the most luxurious closet spaces. Overpacking is encouraged.
Located on the Macau Peninsula near plenty of other high-end hotels and casinos, the Wynn Macau takes features found in other luxury hotels and then does them bigger and louder. Choreographed fountain displays and lavish, theatrical interiors give the enormous hotel a Las Vegas vibe all around. Suites are equally over-the-top, with red and gold accents. The Grand Salon Suite in particular will appeal to those who love an un-subtle aesthetic. Here, the dramatic decor extends from the spacious living room to the master bath that’s crafted in Italian marble to the walk-in closet that offers soft robes, a lot of mirror real estate, and plenty of room for wardrobe changes.
The Principe Di Savoia has been one of Milan’s top luxury hotels since it opened in the 1920s, and its swanky amenities (an attractive indoor pool, palatially decorated guest rooms) have contributed to its continued grand dame status. The Imperial Suite, a massive multi-room crash pad designed by architect Celeste Dell’Anna, includes elegant touches of sumptuous velvet, voluminous drapery, and two marble bathrooms, one of which features a rain shower, chromotherapy system, and Turkish bath. The roomy walk-in closet is equally dreamy and has enough polished wood shelving for all your inevitable Italian designer purchases.
The upscale Lotte Hotel Moscow has the largest Royal Suite in Russia — it boasts a dining room, separate living areas, study, kitchen, bulletproof glass, and a bathroom with a whirlpool and sauna. It should come as no surprise, then, that its closet is just as impressive. Built for those who value luxury, the large walk-in wardrobe includes a moody color scheme, stone countertops, comfy robes, and space for two (or twelve).
Commissioned by the King of Morocco, this luxury property truly earns its royal title, with an outdoor pool, three restaurants helmed by a three-Michelin star chef, and an exquisite spa and traditional hammam. The massive riad suite has its own plunge pool, but equally striking is its closet, which houses a vanity, where you can sit and beautify, plus several rows of shelves for your fancy threads.
Located near the Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysees, The Peninsula Paris is housed in a palatial 19th-century building that reopened in 2014 following a multi-million dollar renovation. And the interiors — all the way down to the wardrobe areas in rooms — are just as luxurious. The walk-in — nay, walk-around — closets in the Superieure Room and Suite Peninsula are the perfect places to primp. Both are roomy, with enough space to store your duds as well as a mirror, plush seat, and vanity, but the former is covered in dark wood, while the latter features a lighter, more muted color palette.
The villas at Fairmont Royal Palm Marrakech have private heated pools, full kitchens, outdoor living spaces, and hammams, but arguably the most coveted feature in the entire unit is the expansive closet. Dark wood, warm lighting, full-length mirrors, and lots of storage space fill the walk-in enclave, giving the feel that it was pulled straight from a design magazine.
When in Beverly Hills, you might want to pretend like you’re an A-list superstar. Step one to fitting that part: Check into the Rodeo Suite at the historic Beverly Hills Hotel. Here, in addition to an extra-large living room, plush bedding, and a marble bathroom, you’ll have access to a massive celeb-worthy walk-in closet. With enough light, a large full-length mirror, and ample space for your shiny new purchases (and practicing your Oscar speech, of course), it’s fit for a VIP.
Situated just off the coast of Dubai on an independent island, the Burj Al Arab bills itself as the “world’s most luxurious hotel,” so you better believe that everything — closets included — are designed with the luxury traveler in mind. Almost every aspect of the property is meant to evoke decadence, from the butler assigned to each floor to the 24k-gold iPads in the two-story suites. Even the closet in the Two-Bedroom Deluxe Suite has plenty of pizzazz: red, white, and blue carpeting, comfy seating, wood accents, and an attractive vanity are a few of the standout features.
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