Around the world there is a generally accepted classification of hotels, which includes five levels. In accordance with this classification, any hotel can get a rating from one to five stars. However, there are hotels – exceptions. In them, the service is raised to such a high level that it is not logical to compare them with many five-star hotels.
In such situations, there are markings of six stars. Behind the high-profile status is the truly highest service (private chefs, butlers, drivers, musicians) and a no less high price per room (on average, one thousand dollars per night). Continue reading