deluxe

Something that's extra fancy or of very high quality is deluxe. If you upgrade to a deluxe hotel room, it will be bigger, more luxurious, and probably have a great view.

You're most likely to find deluxe describing a spa, hotel, car, or house. When any of these things is deluxe, it goes beyond the ordinary to provide a superior, luxurious experience. A deluxe home might have thousands of square feet and an in-ground pool, and a deluxe cruise probably includes a large berth and gourmet food. Deluxe comes from the French de luxe, "of luxury," from the Latin luxe, "excess or abundance."

Definitions of deluxe
1

adj rich and superior in quality

Synonyms:
gilded, grand, luxurious, opulent, princely, sumptuous
rich
suggestive of or characterized by great expense

adj elegant and sumptuous

“a deluxe car”
Synonyms:
de luxe, luxe
elegant
refined and tasteful in appearance or behavior or style

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