It's like a scene from a movie - guests dressed in white bathrobes and slippers, padding silently down a corridor with thousands of shimmering crystals.
If you're getting stupidly drunk or riding around on a moped, you may wish to check the fine print.
It boasts ancient ruins, has a rich history, colourful traditions and is family-friendly. So why do so few travellers know about it?
It's no secret the Taj Mahal is a monument of love of a emperor to his queen - but the story didn't end there.
Until recently, this was an undertaking best left to kind of people who think nothing of swinging across a ravine with daggers between their teeth.
There is a way to have your cake in New York and to have it a lower price, too.
On this New Zealand island; the people are few and the kakas are king.