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Bellagio Hotel - favorite among millionaires

Bellagio Hotel – favorite among millionaires

Located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, the Bellagio hotel is the most popular hotel among the world’s richest, multi-millionaire guests. The notable 8-acre lake between the building and the Strip houses the Fountains of Bellagio, a large dancing water fountain synchronized to music.

The hotel has won the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award. The main tower of Bellagio has 36 floors and a height of 508 ft, while the Spa Tower, which stands to the south of the main tower, has 33 floors and a height of 392 ft. The Bellagio counts 3,993 guest rooms and suites, furnished to meet the highest standards of luxury and comfort. In December 2011, Bellagio completed a $70 million upgrade, remodelling all of the main tower’s rooms.

The Fountains of Bellagio performances take place in front of the Bellagio hotel and are visible from numerous vantage points on the Strip. The magnificent show of light and music takes place every 30 minutes in the afternoons and early evenings. The fountain display is choreographed to various legendary pieces of music.

According to a study by New World Wealth, Bellagio with its world-famous Fountains, luxury shopping, spa, restaurants and nightlife racked up approximately 6,400 visits from multi-millionaires over the past year. So, with the Bellagio on the first place the list of hotels that received the highest number of millionaire visits includes the Plaza hotel in New York, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Waldorf Astoria in New York, Marina Bay Sands in Singapore and The Breakers in Palm Beach.

Patek Philippe unveils $2.6 million watch

Patek Philippe unveils $2.6 million watch

Patek Philippe unveiled the extremely impressive Grandmaster Chime timepiece. The new $2.6 million watch features 18-karat gold and sapphire crystals and it’s the most expensive wristwatch Patek has ever built.

This absolutely stunning watch has two faces. The front dial tells the time, while the second on the back is for the calendar. The Grandmaster Chime is the most complicated wristwatch ever, featuring 20 different complications. On front dial at 12 o’clock is alarm sub dial and located at six o’clock is date and moon phase, while the second dial displays the month, date and leap year cycle and the day of the week. It’s a limited edition watch, meaning that only seven timepieces will be produced, and Patek will hold one that will be kept in the company’s private collection in Geneva.

There is also a special procedure about purchasing the watch. Buyers must apply to purchase one of the watches and then they will have to prove their passion for Patek to the company’s president. “I would like to chat with the client and make sure he’s a watch lover and make sure he’s going to enjoy the watch for many years,” said Thierry Stern, President of Patek Philippe.

The 47.4 mm rose gold case features hand-engraved intricate art on every surface. It is powered by the Caliber 300 movement which is larger than most of the Patek’s watches, measuring 37 mm.
The case turns on a vertical axis to alternate between the two.

Tushek TS 600

Tushek TS 600

The company from Slovenia, Tushek & Speigel, introduced its all new model T600 at the 2014 Top Marques Monaco. Slovenian supercar startup Tushek has been rebranded Tushek & Spigel and is now based in Austria. The previous model was the Renovatio T500, revealed to the world at the 2012 Top Marques Monaco.

The Tushek TS 600 is an update of the previous T500 and it features a lot of different elements which make it completely unique. The car will be built by hand and can be individually tailored to meet the desires of its buyer. T600 will feature its own V-8 engine, producing 620 horsepower and presumably around 400 pound-feet of torque. Given its relatively modest weight, that translates to an incredible 4-to-1 pound:horsepower ratio.

The company also says the car weighs 2,470 pounds. It is made exclusively from lightweight racing and aviation-spec materials, as titanium, carbon and aluminium.

Production of the car will begin later this year limited to 60 units. But not all 60 cars will be the same, half will be road-going models, half track-only “Pista” variants with an additional 50 horses. Alcantara, leather, aluminium and carbon adorn the interior.

Power is not all the T600 offers either, as its chassis allows it to hold a massive 1.8 G on a skid pad.

Landmark Buzzards Bay masterpiece

Landmark Buzzards Bay masterpiece

Who wouldn’t like to have a grandiose property with 270-degree ocean views. This significant waterfront estate designed by Robert A.M. Stern located 187 Mishaum Point Road in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, known as Seapoint, stretches south into Buzzards Bay on nearly 10 acres at the tip of a peninsula. The daily dream property is currently listed for sale with the price tag of US$ 25 million.

This landmark property boasts over 1,500 feet of water frontage while the house is full of masterfully crafted details by leading artisans: a stone-and-driftwood fireplace by Lew French of Martha’s Vineyard, bullseye glass windows by a Kentucky glass artist, dining room floors with an intricate rope motif. The house also includes an unique bar shaped like the bow of a ship.

“To say Seapoint is impressively thought-out and well-built wouldn’t begin to express the true craftsmanship and detail poured into every corner of this estate,” noted Robert Kinlin, co-CEO of Robert Paul Properties. “I have been privileged to have listed some of the finest luxury properties from Cape Cod to Boston, and this property is truly one of the finest.”

An oceanfront infinity-edge pool, deep water dock and spacious guesthouse adorn the property outside while the interior of the house is flawlessly decorated. A masterfully carved mantel piece in the living room is adorned with shells and mermaids.

Ocean Paradise

Ocean Paradise

Benetti is an Italian company founded in 1873. In 2013 they built the magnificent Ocean Paradise yacht which stands as one of the most beautiful pearls of the sea. The exterior design and engineering of the 180.45ft/55m Custom motor yacht are the work of Benetti, while the interior has been designed by Mauro Izzo.

Ocean Paradise is offered to up to 12 guests and she also carries a professional crew of 12. The yacht boasts a spacious master cabin with a private balcony, a VIP cabin, two double cabins, as well as two twin cabins, plus two pullmans.

Luxury Ocean Paradise is powered by twin Caterpillar diesel engines, giving her a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15,5 knots. The yacht is currently available for charter and the Ocean Pradise offers an unforgettable cruise in maximum comfort and style.

For even greater enjoyment on this yacht there are a spa pool, indoor/outdoor gym, beach club, deck Jacuzzi, dance floor, and a stunning exterior TV built into the bar. For a little fun on the water you can choose some of many water toys such as Jet skis, Sea Bobs, wake boards, wake skate, paddle boards, kayaks and towables.

The Grieb & Benzinger Blue Merit

The Grieb & Benzinger Blue Merit

Grieb & Benzinger make their luxury project watches out of historical movements such as a 100 year old Patek Philippe minute repeater of split second chronograph. This year they proudly presents its new masterpiece based on the famous Tourbillon Pour le Mérite by A. Lange & Söhne. It took twelve months to transform the original timepiece into the magnificent Blue Merit.

The Blue Merit boasts extremely high level of breathtaking details, making it very rare piece of art. The watch uses a new platinum case that is 41 mm wide. Every single element was skeletonised by hand, guilloché by hand and coated with rhodium and rose gold. The A. Lange & Söhne Tourbillon Pour le Mérite was only in production from 1994 until 1998 and there are just 200 examples of this famous watch (50 pieces in platinum, 106 pieces in yellow gold, 19 pieces in white gold, 24 pieces in rose gold, and one single stainless steel piece).

“A. Lange & Söhne is a strong symbol of a reunited Germany and remains a brand that leads the way here in our country and in the luxury watch industry at large,” said Georg Bartkowiak, a partner at Grieb & Benzinger. “And within that framework, this watch is representative of its remarkable comeback. It was very important to Hermann [Grieb], Jochen [Benzinger], and I to make sure this amazing homage is absolutely perfect in every single detail.”

The Blue Merit in platinum is matched to a blue alligator strap and is a one off piece with the price tag of US$ 530,000.

Ferrari 458 Speciale A

Ferrari 458 Speciale A

One of the most important shows in the automotive calendar is for sure the Paris Motor Show or Mondial de l’Automobile. This is the event where you can see many world debuts for both production cars and concept vehicles. Some of the best cars presented at this year’s Paris Motor Show were Bentley Mulsanne Speed, Maserati Alfieri, Lamborghini Asterion, Volkswagen XL Sport and Infiniti Q80 Inspiration.

Ferrari also chose to present new supercar at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. Ferrari 458 Speciale A is the most powerful convertible ever produced by the Italian manufacturer. Talking about its name we have to mention the additional A which comes from the Italian word Aperta, meaning “open.” Ferrari 458 Speciale A will be produced in a limited edition of 499 units.
Ferrari Speciale A boasts 597bhp at 9000rpm and 398lb ft of torque at 6000rpm. Powered by a 605hp V8, the car rockets from 0 to 100km/h in just 3 seconds. The retractable hard top retracts and deploys in just 14 seconds.

The car was presented in a yellow body with a Blue Nart and Bianco Avus stripe running from nose to tail, an homage to Luigi Chinetti’s legendary American racing team which won many endurance classics in the 1960s in Ferraris. The cockpit has a matching yellow color for the seats along with Alcantara, and the door panels, center tunnel and tread plates will be covered in blue carbon fiber.

Cessna Citation CJ3+

Cessna Citation CJ3+

A latest offering from Cessna is an upgrade to the CJ3 with a new avionics system and increased range capabilities. The new CJ3+ will be equipped with Garmin’s most advanced flight deck, the G3000 touch-screen avionics suite. The model was announced in March and had its fist light in July. Now the CJ3+ is ready for deliveries.

The new light-jet model seats up to nine passengers (it includes two pilot seats, six main cabin seats, and one belted potty). Cessna installed the new M2-style seats in the CJ3+, giving the cabin a more modern look. It flies up to 2,070 miles nonstop and it’s driven by two Williams International Fj44-3A turbofan engines. The CJ3+ travels at cruise speed of up to 416 mph and will carry up to a half ton of baggage. The G3000 avionics suite includes turbulence detecting weather radar, TCAS II, advanced Terrain Awareness Warning Systems (TAWS), and automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) capabilities.

“The CJ3+ incorporates the latest in technology for the cockpit and for the passenger cabin which is exactly what the customer has asked us to do, and that has always been a hallmark of Cessna’s new product innovations,” said Chris Hearne , vice president, Jets.

With new interior, a redesigned cabin and a G3000 cockpit, the CJ3+ sells for about $8.44 million.

The Waldorf Astoria sold for $1.95 billion

The Waldorf Astoria sold for $1.95 billion

Hilton Worldwide is selling its famously called “the greatest of them all”, the Waldorf Astoria hotel, to Chinese insurance company Anbang Insurance Group Co. for $1.95 billion. This definitely put the Waldorf Astoria on a list of most expensive hotel ever sold in the U.S.

The Waldorf Astoria New York, on Park Avenue in Manhattan opened in 1931. At the time it was the tallest and largest hotel in the world. As part of the deal, Hilton will continue to operate the property for 100 years and the hotel will undergo a major renovation. The iconic hotel was featured in a 1945 film staring Ginger Rogers called “Week-end at the Waldorf,” and it features the most elite New York’s restaurants such as Peacock Alley, Bull and Bear Prime Steakhouse and Oscar’s. Its $1,000-per-week Suite 2728 was home to Marilyn Monroe in 1955 after she left behind her troubled life in Hollywood.

“This relationship represents a unique opportunity for our organizations to work together to finally maximize the full value of this iconic asset on a full city block in Midtown Manhattan,” said Christopher J. Nassetta, president and chief executive of Hilton Worldwide.

Designed by Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, the first 13-story Waldorf Hotel was opened on March 1893 at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 33rd Street, on the site where millionaire developer William Waldorf Astor had his mansion.

Maserati MC12

Maserati MC12

James Edition added a stunning Maserati MC12 for sale. Finished in the distinctive two-tone white and blue, this powerful two-seater costs €1.3 million. Worldwide has been only 50 cars ever build. The car entered production in 2004 with 25 cars produced. This unique 2007 Maserati MC12 has run only 560 miles.

The MC12 exceeded 205 mph at full throttle, sprinting from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.8 seconds. The car is powered by a Ferrari Enzo derived 6.0 litre V12 coupled to a 6 speed paddle-shift transmission. Maserati designed and built the car on the chassis of the Enzo Ferrari. Compared with the Enzo Ferrari which can reach the top speed of 350 kilometers per hour (217.5 mph), the MC12 is slightly different with a top speed of 330 kilometers per hour (205 mph). The MC12 competed in the FIA GT toward the end of the 2004 season, winning the race held at the Zhuhai International Circuit.

The interior of the car is also very unique and it features a mix of gel-coated carbon fiber, blue leather and silver “Brightex”. The body of the car is made of carbon fibre. It has 480 millimetre (19 in) wheels with a width of 230 millimetres (9 in) at the front and 330 millimetres (13 in) at the rear. This a great opportunity to become the owner of this celestial car, which looks fantastic and represents one of the most remarkable Maserati’s achievements.