8 Luxury Hotels for Your Next Travel Destination

8 Luxury Hotels for Your Next Travel Destination

8 Luxury Hotels for Your Next Travel Destination Around the World

As the world slowly heals and countries reopened their borders, so is the hospitality industry. A handful of hotels around the world have resumed their business and welcome travellers. The hospitality industry is aware of the current climate and most of them have heightened their hygiene measure and safety protocol. Here are 8 luxury hotels for your next travel destination around the world for your inspiration whenever you are ready to travel again.

1. The Legian Seminyak - Bali, Indonesia

The Legian Seminyak Hotel is one of the island’s most iconic and best loved luxury hotels. Thanks to its unparalleled elevated location on one of Bali’s best beaches, the hotel offers uninterrupted views across Seminyak beach and of Bali’s renowned sunsets. The hotel is part of the Leading Hotels of the World. Its 14 private pool villas and 67 sea-facing suites offer guests the chance to enjoy these spectacular views from the privacy of their own rooms, as well as from the hotel’s three-tiered beach-facing infinity pool leading down onto its private section of beach.

At the moment, the hotel has reopened. There are some new protocols upon reopening. All guests, employees and vendors will have their temperature checked when entering the property. Anyone who records a higher-than-normal temperature will not be permitted to enter, and will be checked by a medical professional. In addition to thorough cleaning and disinfection protocols in place throughout, the hotel is also home to an in-house clinic open daily from 8am to 8pm. Rates start from $498 (£405) per night.

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2, Baros Maldives - Maldives

Formally a coconut plantation, Baros Maldives was one of the first luxury hotels and resorts in Maldives opened in 1973 and remains one of the very best for couples, having taken home the award for “Most Romantic Resort 2019” at the World Travel Awards for the seventh time. Baros Maldives is situated in the central southern part of North Male’ Atoll. Surrounded by tropical greenery and an exquisite house reef just 15 metres from the shore, Baros is the ultimate choice for a secluded island escape. The short 25 minutes speedboat ride from the airport reduces travel time and Baros can arrange for transfers to be private should guests wish. The hotel will reopen on October 1st 2020. Guests will also be offered hand sanitizers on arrival to any public area at the hotel, and fixtures and furniture in the villas will be disinfected daily. Rates start from $675 (£464) per night in a Deluxe Villa, excluding taxes. 

3. Six Senses Duoro Valley - Lamego, Portugal

Six Senses Douro Valley has been awarded the ‘Clean and Safe’ seal by the Portuguese Tourism Board, which ensures that the resort has been compliant with strict guidelines recommended by the W.H.O. Located in the beautiful Portuguese UNESCO World Heritage area of the Douro Valley, the resort offers spectacular views of the Douro River and surrounding vineyards and endless space to spread out. At the moment, the hotel has reopened. In accordance with these guidelines, touchless hand sanitisers have been installed throughout the common areas of the hotel. When it comes to dining, guests are advised to book their meals in advance. All restaurants and bars are open and have been arranged to ensure social distancing is possible. Menus will be available through QR codes which will be sent to personal devices. To make the most of the warm weather, additional seating has been provided on the outdoor terraces and private picnics can also be arranged in the grounds of the beautiful gardens. Guests are welcome to use the gym, indoor pool and sauna on a complimentary basis, however they will be available by reservation only so that the hotel is able to monitor how many people use the facilities at any one time. Rates start from €325 (£290) per night.

4. Villa Marie - St.Tropez, France

Villa Marie, Saint Tropez is a boutique hideaway located in the heart of a three-hectare pine forest, just outside the village of Ramatuelle, with breathtaking views over the Bay of Pampelonne. Totally secluded and resembling more of a private house than a hotel, the 45-room hotel reinvents the charm of the Riviera with laid-back Italian glamour, offering delicious Mediterranean cuisine, immaculate Italian-influenced interiors, a swimming pool carved from into the hillside and an indulgent Pure Altitude spa. Currently, the hotel reopens on June 25th 2020 and rates at Villa Marie, St Tropez start from €330 (£294) per night 

5. Finca Cortesin - Andalusia, Spain

Located in one of the most sought-after enclaves of the Andalusian coast, the privately-owned Finca Cortesin is one of the finest luxury hotels in Europe, set on an extensive 532-acre estate. Its first striking feature is its impressive size. While it is extremely well connected and easily accessible from nearby international hubs, the resort is surrounded by undisturbed nature and flanked by the Casares Mountains with sweeping views of the Mediterranean coastline, and has over 23,000m2 of gardens.

With boundless options and space to spread out, upon reopening on July 1st 2020, Finca Cortesin will welcome its well-heeled guests to redesigned touchpoints. These include the arrival experience, with advance paperless and contact-free check-in, and 24-hour virtual FaceTime or WhatsApp Concierge. A minimum of two metres distancing between pool loungers at all pools and the Beach Club will also be introduced; socially distanced sittings in the restaurants; increased pop-up dining experiences elsewhere on the hotel grounds; enhanced villa rental offerings with private chefs to minimize traffic flow in restaurants; regularly taking the temperature of all staff; and enhancing the already strict cleanliness protocols, with daily certified ozone machine cleaning services, and using UV surface and room disinfection technologies. Rates start from €620 (£552) per night,

6. Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel and Spa - Amalfi Coast, Italy

Monastero Santa Rosa is a former monastery turned into one of the most breathtaking luxury hotels. It offers one of the most dramatic locations and views in the world. Today, it is home to a Michelin star restaurant, award-winning spa, outdoor gym, infinity pool, 12th Century chapel and stunning landscaped gardens. Each of the hotel’s 20 suites face the sea and are named after herbs grown in the hotel’s historic herb garden. Upon reopening, check-in will be streamlined with as much information taken before arrival as possible, involving minimum contact and conducted in private. Pool loungers and tables at the restaurant will also be spaced to create ample distance between guests. They will reopen their door to guests on July 10th 2020. Rates start from €400 £350) per night.


7.Hotel Esencia - Riviera Maya, Mexico

Set on the ivory sands of the Riviera Maya, Hotel Esencia was originally built as the private holiday home of an Italian duchess. The design-minded hotel is both right on the powder-soft sands of paradisiac Xpu-Ha beach and enveloped by beautiful verdant Mexican jungle on a self-contained estate, with boundless space to spread out. The hotel will also unveil its most private suite, taking exclusivity to the next level: The Presidential Bungalow, a Caribbean-style beachfront suite set on its own 30,000ft2 independent property. With the highest ceilings in all the hotel, it sits under a traditional palapa roof and inside, there is a spacious central living area that opens up onto a private beach. It also includes 120 feet of private beachfront, with sunbeds and a separate beach palapa ideal for socially distant lounging or beachfront private dining, as well as butler service.

Upon reopening, the hotel will be going totally paperless. Instead, guests will come across different QR codes in various different parts of the hotel to scan with their smartphones. Any information they need – menus, guides and the like – will pop up on their own device totally personalised. Check-ins will also be paperless, with guests signing any ‘paperwork’ on their own phone with their finger, so there is no need to touch one of Hotel Esencia’s pens or iPad. The hotel has reopened its premise as per today. Rates start from $600. 

8. White Elephant Palm Beach - Florida, United States of America

From an icon of Nantucket hospitality, will come a fully renovated destination resort in Palm Beach. The new White Elephant Palm Beach Hotel, opening in September 2020, is being completely reimagined by Boston-based New England Development, and represents the total renovation of the Bradley Park Hotel which dates back to the 1920s and was one of the first hotels in the area. Located on Sunset Avenue, White Elephant Palm Beach will be home to 13 rooms and 19 suites spread across four storeys. The hotel will maintain the welcoming feel of a private residence, with each accommodation offering a private outdoor space draped in a neutral colour palate and bringing timeless seaside New England charm to South Florida. Contrary to the bright pinks and greens that dominate the Palm Beach aesthetic, the new White Elephant Palm Beach will showcase the subtlety of Nantucket Island’s luxury and elegance to the South Florida social scene, with a brand-new Palm Beach sensibility. 

Which one is your favourite? What's your dream destination for your next travel?


  1. Bali is definitely on my bucket list.
    Bookmarking this for my future trip.


  2. THE LEGIAN SEMINYAK has a clinic?! Wow, that's uping their service, I find that pretty cool. I've always wanted to go to the Maldives, I mean who wouldn't want to spend vacay in a bungalow over turquoise waters. All of these locations look stunning and a vacay to any one of them would be exciting. Thanks for doing the research and sharing doll!

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  3. I am saying YES to all of them! Reading this was such a beautiful distraction, kind of makes me miss traveling but at the same time, we all can use this time to properly research and discover new destinations. Thanks a lot for putting this list together xx


  4. Now I hope I can visit at least one of these hotels very soon. Thanks for sharing.
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  5. I would like to visit these places!! *_*

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  6. I hope to be able to travel soon :)
    In germany we are only allwed to travel to a few places :)
    But these hotels sound amazing.

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  7. Woooow, I would like to visit these places :)

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  8. All hotels are so luxury! Your selection is perfect!!
    I would love to stay Baros Maldives :)
    Thank you for sharing the newest informations!


  9. All these options sounds like the best place for my retirement haha!

    I definitely want to spend some days at the beach or in a town, feel like i need a rest from the busy days in the cities :)

    I would love to stay in the option of Andalusia and St. Tropez, they look like an oasis in the middle of these places *_*



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