PHOTO: Amazing view during a Bora Bora hike. (photo by John Roberts)
One of the few ways to feel like a celebrity (without actually achieving fame and fortune) is to set aside some money, put in that vacation request and experience one of the world's most luxurious travel destinations.
Not sure where to start? Well, travAlliancemedia president and CEO Mark Murphy knows a few places.
Murphy recently sat down with ABC News to break down some of the most star-studded destinations on the planet and the hotels and resorts there that are redefining luxury.
The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort in the South Pacific is an excellent place to start.
"You have room service coming in the morning and bringing you breakfast as you sit outside on your deck," says Murphy, pointing out that the resort's "overwater bungalows could set you back $4,000 a night."
Meanwhile, at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, Murphy says guests will "literally have five-star service at their beck and call." And one state over in Aspen, Colorado travelers can vacation like a famous actress at the Hotel Jerome.
"You have three amazing restaurants, you have that chill vibe that's like old-school Aspen and that's what people fall in love with," says Murphy.
Luxury travelers can't go wrong in London or Cape Town, South Africa either, according to Murphy.
"One of my favorites is the Baglioni [in London]. Great location, and it has this really cool, hip bar. There have been many sightings at this bar. We're talking Will Smith, Halle Berry and Al Pacino."
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At the Twelve Apostles Hotel & Spa in South Africa's capital, guests can arrange a helicopter charter or enjoy a romantic dinner while the staff entertains the kids.
You can view Murphy's segment on ABC News in its entirety below:
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