Wednesday, 3 January 2018

20 Amazing Hotels In Striking Locations You Must Visit

The St. Regis Bali Resort – Nusa Dua, Indonesia

The St. Regis Bali Resort is an award-winning beachfront hotel covering nine hectares of lush tropical landscape and featuring a 3,668-square-metre turquoise swimmable Lagoon.

137 Pillars House – Chiang Mai, Thailand

137 Pillars is a carefully restored historic building in the inland region of northern Thailand, Chiang Mai.

The Nam Hai – Hoi An, Vietnam

The Four Seasons resort, The Nam Hai, is a luxurious five-star resort on a private kilometre-long stretch of one of Forbes’ “best beaches in the world.”

Nayara Hotel, Spa & Gardens – Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica

Katikies Hotel – Santorini, Greece

Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa – Gateway, Colorado

Hotel Castello di Casole—A Timbers Resort – Casole d’Elsa, Italy

Lion Sands Game Reserve, Sabi Sand Game Reserve – South Africa

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle – Chiang Rai, Thailand

The Lodge at Glendorn – Bradford, Pennsylvania

Montage Kapalua Bay, Lahaina – Maui, Hawaii

Alpina Gstaad – Gstaad, Switzerland

The Peninsula Shanghai, China

 Singita Sabi Sand, Sabi Sand Game Reserve – South Africa

Singita Sabi Sand is arguably the best private luxury game reserve in Africa positioned adjacent to Kruger National Park. Spanning more than 45,000 acres, Singita Sabi Sand is renowned for high concentrations of big game and frequent leopard sightings.

London Marriott Hotel County Hall – London, England

Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont

Southern Ocean Lodge – Kangaroo Island, Australia

Le M̩ridien РBora Bora, French Polynesia

Nihiwatu – Sumba, Indonesia

 Serengeti House – Singita Grumeti, Tanzania

Serengeti House is an exclusive-use family retreat with indoor & outdoor lounging and uninterrupted views across the Serengeti savannah.

1 comment:

  1. What if I told you that in Chiang Mai making umbrellas is an art form, and that each and every one has been crafted with loving care so that no two of them are quite alike?In places like Baan Bor Saang in the San Kam Paeng area in Chiang Mai, there is a vast cottage industry built around mulberry paper products, one of which is the belle of the ball: parasols made of bamboo wood and mulberry paper Moreover, travellers can head to workshops where they'll be educated about the manufacturing of silver or Thai silk, and buy memorable, handmade souvenirs and gifts