Are you planning on traveling this year and do you like staying in a good hotel and be spoiled with what each country has to offer? Then take a look at the list below and maybe you will find the perfect luxury hotel to spend your next vacation in.
A Luxury Collection hotel, Kyoto’s Suiran offers ryokan-style accommodation in Japan’s cultural capital. The 39-bedroom property stands by Tenryuji Temple, a World Heritage site, and includes a spa.
Opened on March 2, New York’s Baccarat Hotel stands by MoMA in midtown Manhattan and features bespoke furniture, an underground pool that resembles a sunken ballroom and America’s first La Mer spa
In Barcelona and part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, the 83-bedroom Cotton House Hotel features a rooftop pool, various lounges and an expansive terrace.
The 237-bedroom Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach accommodates 10 restaurants and lounges, a lavish spa, three pools and various family amenities.
Previously available only for exclusive hire, the intimate, eight-bedroom Foxhill Manor opens as an eight-bedroom hotel on March 10. On the same 400-acre Cotswolds estate as sister property Dormy House, the property can still be hired out in its entirety; its most romantic room, the Oak Suite, is pictured here.
The latest luxury resort in the Maldives is Amilla Fushi. Found within Baa Atoll, the retreat includes more houses of two or more bedrooms than any other Maldives hotels so should prove particularly popular with families and groups of friends.
This winter marks the 25th year of Sweden’s Icehotel, which is made anew from ice and snow each season and melts away each spring.
More jovial than is typically the case for hotels in this city,Kameha Grand Zurich is designed by Marcel Wanders and features 11 themed suites, the Japanese restaurant Yu Nijyo and a small spa.
Another unusual Chinese hotel, the Sunrise Kempinski Hotelis situated an hour from Beijing. Facing a lake, the 306-bedroom property features extensive leisure facilities, including an 18-hole golf course and nine restaurants and bars.
In Myanmar, the 96-bedroom Sanctum Inle Resort is a tasteful and peaceful property abundant with design flourishes intended to evoke monastic traditions. The Inle Lake entrance, shown here, provides a gateway to surrounding markets, pagodas and stupas.
Following a AUD$30 million refurbishment, the Observatory hotel has opened as The Langham Sydney. The updated property now features understated and calming rooms with Parisian-style shutters and Kent Street Kitchen, a signature restaurant that serves modern Australian cuisine.
In the Maldives, Loama Resort stands in the secluded, northern Raa Atoll and features a small modern art gallery alongside the expected dining and spa facilities.
On Hainan Island in China, Park Hyatt Sanya Sunny Bay Resort is designed to resemble a private mansion by the sea and features its own beach, five swimming pools and artificial lake.
An extravagant new addition to Ho Chi Minh City, the Reverie Saigon is the city’s highest hotel, occupying floors 27 to 39 of the Times Square building. It features European and Indochina dining options and an impressive spa.
Found in a building that “served as a pleasure house during the Belle Époque”, the boutique Montmarte, Paris hotelMaison Souquet contains just 20 rooms and features interiors by Jacques Garcia.
In Sawangan, Nusa Dua, the Ritz-Carlton Bali includes 34 clifftop and ocean-view villas. There are six restaurants and lounges; the kids’ club stands in a dedicated building; and there’s an oceanfront wedding chapel available for couples taken with the location’s romance.
Relaunched this March after an extensive redesign by Didier Gomez, Sofitel Le Foubourg features a new Yannick Alleno restaurant Stay, alongside a pastry and is found in the Faubourg St Honoré district.
Opened on March 1, the St. Regis Istanbul is located in the Nisantasi district – an upscale area but one that’s badly served by public transport – and features a rooftop restaurant, butler service and a spacious spa.
The brand’s first Middle East hotel, Taj Dubai will feature a signature Peruvian restaurant, members-only business club and a 680sq metre presidential suite that occupies the entire 35th floor.