From Hawaii to are the most luxurious hotels in the world

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – More than two years after imposing preventative restrictions, we are ready to organize a big festive trip as the trip has become smoother.

Although we are not done with the Covid-19 pandemic yet, what is certain is that people have started to move and plan their trips in the near future because it has become more feasible.

These trips can range from escaping to the tropical islands in the Maldives and Hawaii, and recreation centers to charming cities like Sydney, Hollywood and Singapore … Once you have saved money, the realization of the dream is far away. Why not go to these luxury hotels?

Brando Hotels, French Polynesia

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And if you are looking for the most luxurious variety of luxury hotels, you can not resist the ultra luxury resort Marlon Brando on the private island of Techaroa, 30 miles north of Tahiti.

This remote resort is the favorite of celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio, Bradley Cooper and Ellen DeGeneres. It was also a haven for former US President Barack Obama, where he was resting to write his memoirs after his term expired in 2017. Kim Kardashian hosted her lavish 40th birthday party on the island in October 2020.

The hotel consists of 35 thatched villas, each with its own pool on the edge of infinity, the outdoor dining area and all the amenities you expect to enjoy in a five star hotel in London or New York City.

But the ultimate luxury is the soft white sandy beach and turquoise ocean, a few steps away from your bedroom.

Prices start at $ 3,200.

Matakuri Lodge, New Zealand

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Only the footage here deserves this extravagance. With a view of the mountains rising behind the tranquil Wakatipu Lake, Matakauri Lodge boasts a stunning location on the southern island of New Zealand.

The 12-bedside lodge is located just outside Queenstown, overlooking the Cecil and Walter peaks and the Remarkables mountain range.

Excursions include bungee jumping, paragliding, kayaking, boating and summer tours, but with a scene like this, pandemic-exhausted travelers may want to book treatments at the full-service spa, which boasts uninterrupted views. of the lake and the high peak of Mount Cecil 1, 978 meters (6,490 feet).

Off-season prices start at $ 1,130.

Sensei Lanai Four Seasons Resort, Lanai, Hawaii

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This adult-only bath is the epitome of luxury after the pandemic. Built on the island of Hawaii in Lanai, the hotel is so quiet and secluded that you feel like you are on your own island.

And then there are the palace suites, tucked away among wooded and foggy mountains, and you will hardly notice other guests.

You will also get a personalized well-being itinerary, with wellness therapies and healthy activities to help relieve any stress or anxiety.

Prices start at $ 1320.

Hotel Château de Grand-Louis, France

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Located in the French rural Loire Valley, this quiet 18th-century villa makes you feel disconnected from the world, even though it is only 55 minutes from Paris by train.

Decorated with hand-painted frescoes, crystal chandeliers and Louis XV antique furniture, 17 separate suites, each adorned with hand-painted frescoes and Louis XV antique furniture, make you feel like you’re back in time.

Prices start at $ 828.

Jack Camp, Botswana

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And if you are looking for solitude, Jack’s Camp is a luxury safari camp housed inside a private wildlife sanctuary of millions of acres, in the Kalahari Desert.

The legendary camp, which opened its doors in 1993, closed for renovation in 2019 and reopened in early 2021. It includes 9 large luxury guest tents, equipped with four-poster plush beds, magnificent safari decor and private pools overlooking McGadickgadi Salt Lakes.

There is also a library, billiards room, bar and a luxury tea tent filled with Persian rugs and plush pillows – the perfect place to relax with a cold cup of tea after a long, hot day on safari.

Prices start at $ 1,450 per person, per night.

1 Hotel West Hollywood, Los Angeles

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And if escaping the city is your thing, then this stylish urban oasis on Sunset Boulevard is your best bet.

Opened in 2019, a few months before the start of the pandemic, the rooms of 1 Hotel West Hollywood are among the largest and most luxurious in Los Angeles, with simple and elegant earthen décor, deluxe marble bathrooms and views of the Hollywood Hills neighborhood . American.

Sustainability is the motto of this hotel practically without paper and plastic.

The average price of a hotel per night is $ 500.

Hotel Grand Tremezzo, Italy

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With Europe so open to international travelers, your first stop should be the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, an Art Nouveau design hotel on the shores of Lake Como.

All 90 of its rooms are specially decorated, equipped with comfortable details such as picturesque balconies and whirlpool tubs. Although lake-view rooms are worth every euro spent, rooms with garden views and beautiful scenic terrain also offer a peaceful oasis.

Outside, you will find three swimming pools, one of which swims directly over the lake.

The average price is around $ 760.

Hotel Soneva Jani, Maldives

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And if you want to pamper your family during the holidays after seclusion and amaze them, Hotel “Soneva Jani” is your destination. The waterfront villas are equipped with private pools at the ends of the infinity and water slides that will transport you to the glistening turquoise ocean below.

Inside you will also find an on-water cinema, a star observatory and an ice cream and chocolate room. Each cottage has a retractable roof so children can sleep under the stars.

Prices start at $ 3,352.

Hotel Raffles, Singapore

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The Raffles Hotel in Singapore is very popular. It is considered one of the most luxurious hotels in the world.

Its construction dates back to 135 years ago. Each guest is assigned a private attendant.

Prices start at $ 960.

The Crown Hotel, Sydney, Australia

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Crown Sydney opened in late 2020.

A glittering petal-shaped skyscraper, this six-star hotel includes 14 restaurants and bars, an infinity pool overlooking Sydney Harbor and 349 guest rooms with bathrooms and marble floors, as well as large windows overlooking the city.

Prices start at $ 850.

Hotel Silversands Grenada, Caribbean

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With the longest swimming pool in the Caribbean, Silversands Grenada is 100 meters (328 feet). The stylish resort is located on the unspoilt “Spice Island” of Grenada, which has recently removed travel restrictions for the “Covid-19”. .

Situated on Grand Anse Beach, the resort features 43 rooms and suites with large floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as seaside and hillside villas.

Prices start at $ 900 off-season.

Grumeti Serengeti River House, Tanzania

The luxury lodge will reopen in June after undergoing a repair after the April 2020 flood.

Reconstructed from the ground up, the new Grumeti Serengeti River Lodge will be more luxurious and contemporary, with a design that highlights the landscape and makes the most of its location on a tributary of the Grumeti River.

Prices start at $ 1080 per person, per night.

Hotels in Melbourne, Australia

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The five-star Melbourne opened early last year and is a newly opened luxury accommodation for travelers to Australia.

The hotel is built within the glittering Collins Arch, home of luxury residences, retail offerings and fine dining. The ultra-modern hotel features five restaurants and bars, as well as an indoor pool lined with gold.

Its 294 rooms are luxurious. Prices start at $ 285.

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