The vacation you deserve: All the best luxury hotels in the world
Traveling is limited due to the COVID-19 outbreak and even glancing at these luxury hotels will hurt our hearts. But, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t. Indulge your inner desires and fantasize about all the possibilities outside your four walls.
Plan the vacation you deserve and find out more about the best luxury hotels in the world.
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Chatwal Lodge – Bethel, New York
This luxury lodge provides the perfect getaway after a year stuck indoors. This hotel aims to offer an upscale, countrified getaway to the Catskills in upstate New York. The lodge will be opening in April of this year. Will you be the first visitor?
Cotton House Hotel – Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Renowned designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has worked his magic on this 19th-century building, once home to the cotton-makers’ guild. The Batuar restaurant does not disappoint either, with Catalan-inspired dishes given creative pizzazz and served, in summer, on a colonial-styled terrace shaded by date palms and parasols.
Upstairs, a plunge pool and daybeds offer an oasis from which to admire the spires of the Sagrada Família.
Fogo Island Inn – Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Perched on a rocky island foreshore off Newfoundland, on Canada’s Atlantic seaboard, the Fogo Island Inn draws inspiration from the remote fishing community that surrounds it. All profits are brought back into the local community.
Inkaterra La Casona – Cusco, Peru
La Casona, on a beautiful plaza in the San Blas district, is thought to be the oldest colonial building in the city and was briefly the home of liberator Simón Bolívar. On the doorstep is the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art and most major sights, as well as many of Cuzco’s best restaurants.
Kisawa Sanctuary – Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique
Each of the 12 enormous bungalows here is more than 4,000 square feet in size, on its own one-acre plot complete with private swimming. The gorgeous scenery is just one of the many reasons why this luxury hotel would be the perfect choice for a dream vacation.
Kruger Shalati – Skukuza, South Africa
This gorgeous restored vintage train is a nod to the first warden of what’s now become a park, James Stevenson-Hamilton, who used to bring his guests out via train to see the wildlife and party in the bush. The views are truly breathtaking and this luxury hotel is a must-see.
La Bastide de Gordes – Gordes, Provence, France
Hotel Bastide de Gordes, clamped to the cliff-side of France’s most fashionable perched village provides a picturesque and idyllic setting. It transports you to another world and another time. The perfect way to forget recent dramas and scandals.
Laucala Island – Fiji
This 3,500-acre private island has been owned by two multi-millionaires (Malcolm Forbes and Red Bull’s Dietrich Mateschitz) who have turned a natural paradise into a holiday heaven.
This luxury hotel has a luxury price tag, but Fiji has been known to be a memorable holiday for all who visit.
Patina Maldives – Maldives
Just a 50-minute speedboat ride from the main airport of the Maldives. The 90-room resort aims to please with secluded areas for those on a romantic escape and being social amongst the other residents staying in the hotel. The Maldives honeymoon packages are the perfect selection for those looking to be safe and comfortable. Being social? Life before lockdown.
Pelorus – Queensland, Australia
With room for just eight guests, this lodge sits on a private island only accessible by plane or yacht. A secluded escape sounds like the best solution to our quarantine blues. Would you visit this private island?
Ritz Carlton Reserve Niseko – Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan
This luxury hotel is a ski-focused lodge, close to more than 2,000 acres of skiable terrain, including ample backcountry adventures and seventy runs. It features an onsite spa and onsen, a nod to the hot springs which are commonplace in this region.
Which luxury hotel will you visit first? Let us know your ideal vacation in the comments.