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The travel industry has gone from strength to strength over the past few years.
We have seen major hotel companies like Hilton open new hotels in France or RIU expand its portfolio in Canada and several amazing new resorts in the Caribbean.
From all-inclusive resorts to incredible boutique hotels, this year’s exciting new properties have opened their doors and are ready to deliver unforgettable experiences for travelers.
Experts from Travel + Leisure magazine have been taking notes since 2022 and recently shared some exciting insights.
THURSDAY, Travel + Leisure announcement a new list of the best hotels in 2023. The 18th annual list includes the top 100 hotels in 37 countries and 6 continents.
From affordable luxury hotels to wellness experiences to stunning resorts; editors and writers visited the new properties and created a comprehensive list recognizing the best accommodations.
Travelers will find low-key hotels and well-known brands. To simplify the search, the magazine has created different categories for readers to choose from their favorite experiences, as well as a complete list.
Here are the 7 best hotels recognized in the complete ranking:
7) Lolebezi – Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia
Safari resorts are the ultimate luxury experience: travelers stay in spectacular private estates with all the best amenities and experience nature and see incredible animals in their natural habitat.
This new hotel is no exception. The Lolebezi is located in the Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia. You will find modern accommodations and plunge pool rooms at this lodge.
Prices start at $1,490 per person, all inclusive.
6) Gleneagles Townhouse — Edinburgh
In the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland, a new property of one of the most popular local hotels, Gleneagles – soon to celebrate its 100th anniversary – has opened its doors.
The 5-star hotel has 33 specially designed rooms and is hosted by friendly staff.
The new Gleneagles Townhouse also has an on-site restaurant, Spence, ready to serve travelers delicious cuisine. Rates start at $674.
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5) InterContinental Khao Yai — Thailand
This beautiful resort is located right next to the UNESCO-listed Khao Yai National Park in Thailand. Its creative style will charm visitors, and it was created by hotel designer Bill Bensley.
The rooms have unique furniture and decorations that create a special atmosphere for visitors.
Rates start at $154.
4) The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon
Those looking for a unique stay in Bangkok will find it at the Standard. This luxury hotel is located in one of the city’s most important skyscrapers.
The Standard has 155 rooms with different amenities, five bars and restaurants — including a rooftop Mexican restaurant, Ojo — and an outdoor pool.
Rates start from $237.
3) The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad
New York has accommodations for all types of travelers, but the new Ritz-Carlton adds a special touch with luxury and exclusive experiences.
The new property is located at the corner of 28th and Broadway. The new Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad offers 250 rooms with 250 different angles and views.
Rates start from $1,073.
2) Hotel Dame des Arts — Paris
Already considered one of the best hotels in the world by CNN, this beautiful boutique hotel in Paris is accumulating good reviews and building an excellent reputation.
The establishment is located in the Latin Quarter and has 109 rooms – Some rooms have a view of the Eiffel Tower – and a Mexican restaurant. As soon as they enter, visitors will be seduced by its perfume and its French decoration.
Rates start from $386.
1) Istanbul Peninsula
And first place goes to the magnificent Hotel Peninsula Istanbul in Türkiye. The four-building resort has 177 rooms and offers travelers distinguished and luxurious experiences.
From rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces or direct pool access to a rooftop Turkish Asian restaurant with impressive views to a marble-covered spa with high-quality treatments, this hotel has the best amenities, design and experiences. .
Rates start from $959.
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