Are you in need of inspiration for your next vacation? Who better to ask than a luxury travel blogger? Surely there is no-one who travels more or who is more qualified to pick the very best destinations in the world.
In this article I share my favourite hotels in the world and also some hotels that our roving reporters have stayed at and have fallen in love with. I have placed these featured hotels in order of preference.
Our recent trip to the Grand-Hotel Du Cap-Ferrat A Four Seasons Hotel takes the top spot as both our favourite overall hotel and also the hotel with the longest name (the view from our room here is pictured above).
The Belmond Cipriani and the Aman Grand Canale in Venice are also truly memorable hotels and come in a close second and third along with the Hermitage Monte Carlo in position four, which is probably the best city hotel in the world.
For skiing, our ultimate hotel has to be the Aurelio in Lech – everything about it is simply amazing.
In Asia, we fell in love with the Intercontinental Danang and in America we are big fans of all the Four Seasons on the magical islands of Hawaii, our favourite being the Four Seasons Lanai which we intend to return to very soon.
Read on to find out why we love these hotels so much, then add them to your bucket list or you are missing out!
The best hotel on the French Riviera is the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel. Set in Belle Epoque splendour, in a building that dates back to the 1800’s, this ultra luxury hotel offers everything you would expect of… Read More.
Ahhh the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo. Pronounced Hermitaaaaage by the French, this Belle Époque dream was built in the early 1900s and is one of the two best luxury hotels in Monte Carlo. Its competition the Hotel De Paris is undergoing… Read More.
In January 2017, I had the opportunity to review the Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in Danang, Vietnam. The Intercontinental Danang is located near the back of the Son Tra Peninsula, which is also known as Monkey Mountain. It is… Read More.
Overlooking Hulopoe Bay, this relaxing retreat offers the emptiest hotel beach on the Hawaiian islands. The hotel design is all about views. The main lounge, bar, fitness area, eateries and pool, all overlook this beautiful swathe of picture perfect bay. Read More.