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1)Santa Fe, New Mexico
Although Santa Fe is not on everyones list, this is what makes Santa Fe a top destination. The scenery is gorgeous and offers its own artwork with beautiful red rocks and European-style city sprawl. There are numerous luxury resorts, award-winning restaurants, great shopping and unique activities like the International Folk Art Market and the Spanish Market. There are tons of galleries and museums with a southern feel.
Hawaii is a no-brainer with incredible scenery ranging from sandy beaches to mountains and jungle. The island is filled with tourism, so there are countless resorts for all kinds of luxurious desires.
Although its a newcomer to the booming tourist market, South Africa is becoming a hot spot for luxurious travel. South Africa boasts the number one hotel in the world, Singita Private Game Reserve, rated by Travel + Leisure in 2006.
4)San Fransisco, California
It has the looks of a European city and offers extensive activities for luxuirious travel.
As if the Four Seasons is not reason enough, this city offers tons of excitement for a luxurious break.
Just say private vila and private beach and youll understand Bali is for everyone. Luxurious privacy is the best way to describe Bali.
A sure-bet for pretty much anyone, Tuscany is a great place for a luxurious break. With some of the best food, wineries and food, Tuscany is perfect for a luxurious vacation.
Catch it before the 2008 Olympics when prices will soar.
Modernized, but with an old-style feel, Tallinn will certainly surprise the luxurious traveler.
Numerous beach resorts line Phuket and suits those seeking luxurious relaxation on their next trip.