Very luxurious: "an ultraluxe, mixed-used shopping, residential and office scheme designed to imitate the sinuous curves of a river gorge" (John Ryan).
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The ultraluxe unit boasts a super stylish Eggersmann kitchen.
NOON Lounging by the pool in one of the Ultraluxe Villas at Domes of Elounda in Crete, with views over the coast.
In 2014 at least two more international premium hotels will open: the Andaz, another Hyatt brand that aims at a younger demographic, and the Amman, the first Japan outpost of that ultraluxe resort chain.
Sonia Dakar Skin Care has bulked up its Ultraluxe line with an Anti-Aging Hand Treatment as well.
On your next road trip, to avoid at least the appearance of following in Uncle Horace and Aunt Mildred's tire treads a generation (or two) earlier--or to put your own ultraluxe twist on Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (sans the lonely desert breakdowns and ping-pong balls)--upgrade that RV rental from the typical Winnebago to something your antique relatives would never drive: a rock star bus.
True, some cruise lines and itineraries tend to attract older crowds--a struggling young couple would be hard-pressed to afford an ultraluxe line, and a family usually can't take 54 days off for a world tour, so long trips and upscale lines may not be best for those people.