ⓘ Category:Luxury

Anubhuti coach

Anubhuti coach is a luxury LHB coach belonging to the Indian Railways. These coaches will progressively be introduced on the Shatabdi and Rajdhani Express trains.

Bal Harbour Shops

Bal Harbour Shops is an open-air shopping mall in Bal Harbour, a suburb of Miami, Florida, known internationally for its retail. Bal Harbour Shops is owned by the Whitman family and is one of the few remaining family-owned malls in the nation. There is a waiting list at the shopping center which has operated at 100% occupancy for several decades. Demand for additional space by many existing retailers continues to grow.

Black Astrum

Black Astrum is an English business card manufacturer based in London and the Royal County of Berkshire. The company specialises in made to order diamond encrusted business and members cards, supplying them across Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The company offers its signature cards on a strict invitation-only basis with each card custom designed according to customers specifications. The product has been included in Tatler magazines Object of Desire and Millionaire Asias Must have item for men.

Infinity pool

An infinity pool is a reflecting or swimming pool, where the water flows over one or more edges, producing a visual effect of water with no boundary. Such pools are often designed so that the edge appears to merge with a larger body of water such as the ocean, or with the sky. They are often seen at resorts, estates, and in other luxurious places.

Luisa Via Roma

In 1930, Frenchwoman Luisa Jaquin opened a small hat boutique on via Roma in Florence. Her husband slowly expanded the store by adding clothes and built his own factory to produce them. While still in college Andrea Panconesi their grandson, became the visual merchandiser and flew to Paris on his first buying trip. In 1968 while in Paris, Andrea met Japanese designer Kenzō Takada and became the first store in Europe to carry his label Kenzo. From that point onwards, Andrea Panconesi has led Luisaviaroma. The original store in Via Roma 19/21r in Florence was renovated in 2008 using eco-cons ...

Luxury box

The luxury box and club seating constitute the most exclusive class of seating in arenas and stadiums, and generate much higher revenues than regular seating. Club ticketholders often receive exclusive access to an indoor part of the venue through private club entrances, to areas containing special restaurants, bars, merchandise stands, and lounge areas of the venue that are not otherwise available to regular ticketholders.

Luxury goods of China

The market for luxury goods in China composes a significant proportion of all luxury goods sales worldwide. In 2012, China surpassed Japan as the worlds largest luxury market. According to a blue paper on commercial development in China, released in 2010 by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences CASS, Chinas luxury goods market had increased to US$9.4 billion by the end of 2009. This accounted for 27.5% of the worlds luxury goods market, an increase from 25% in 2008. On current growth rates, the luxury goods market in China is expected to grow to US$14.6 billion by 2014.

Millennium Luxury Coaches

Millennium Luxury Coaches is a Central Florida based manufacturer of custom luxury motor coaches, built at their 100.000 square foot facility in Sanford. All coaches are built using the Prevost commercial bus chassis. Millennium has designed custom coaches for business owners, celebrities and pro athletes which have retailed for over.000.000.

Royal Albatross (ship)

The Royal Albatross is a four-masted Barquentine privately owned, built as a luxury vessel. She operates from her home berth at Resorts World Sentosa on the island of Sentosa in Singapore. The Royal Albatross is a unique luxury tall ship with four masts, 22-sails, more than 200 ropes, three decks and is comparable with a luxury yacht; but unlike the typical super-yacht, it looks and operates like an old-world galleon or pirate ship. After a 5.5 year reconstruction inside out, the Royal Albatross is one of Singapore’s premier hospitality venues with a passenger capacity of 200 alongside and ...

Superyacht

There are no official or agreed upon definitions for superyacht or megayacht, but these terms are regularly used to describe large, luxurious, professionally crewed motor or sailing yachts, ranging from 40 metres to more than 180 metres in length and sometimes include yachts as small as 24 metres. Superyachts are often available for charter with a staff that caters to guests at a high standard of comfort. They may be designed to emphasize comfort, speed, or expedition capability. Depending on the season, superyachts may be most frequently found in the Mediterranean or the Caribbean. Many a ...