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Private, luxurious, design-conscious and next level service define the new Hippodrome Hotel located in La Condesa, the epicenter of cool in Mexico City. Set on a quiet side street off of Parque Mexico, this intimate 16-room hotel was redesigned incorporating art deco elements reflecting the iconic building, evoking a sense of time and place that is modern yet alludes to the past and classic luxury travel.
Shangri-La Hotel, Nanchang opened on 8 February in Honggutan, the new central business district of Nanchang city. Located on the west bank of the Ganjiang River, the hotel has direct views of the magnificent 1,300-year-old Tengwang Pavilion, one of the four famous towers in China.
Tapis at Kayumanis Jimbaran Hotel, Bali is an intimate restaurant nestled within the walls of a classic Balinese compound surrounded by coconut palms. This elegant dining venue presents Indonesian cuisine at its finest with a special focus on market-fresh ingredients and seasonal delicacies.
Having pioneered the idea of ‘wild luxury’ at Mara Bushtops, then extended it to Serengeti Bushtops, the upcoming and much talked about Roving Bushtops is located in the Central Serengeti, not far from the Moru Kopjes area (often called the jewel in the crown of the Serengeti).
The astonishing architecture of this sleek, curvaceous building, set against the breathtaking drama of the Lofoten islands’ landscape is truly an otherworldly sight. The hotel’s design, by Snøhetta studio, contrasts with wild mountains and expansive sea, making the best use of the panoramic setting.
Located on the Spanish Capital’s grand boulevard, Gran Vía, The Principal Madrid is the latest coup from hotelier and Design Hotels™’ Original Pau Guardans. The palatial building dates back to 1917, housing 76 rooms and suites, a restaurant by acclaimed chef Ramón Freixa, a bar and year-round pergola.
As part of its 15th anniversary celebrations, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the world’s most luxurious hotel, has now added four Bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II to its fleet to further enhance its guest arrival and departure experience.
There’s no doubt about it: Four Seasons is known for its stunning bathrooms. But when it comes to soaking in a tub with a spectacular sightline, there are a few hidden gems. Here’s your insider’s guide to some of the most awe-inspiring, bliss-inducing bathtubs around the world.
Since 1889, Hotel Jerome has been welcoming guests to Aspen, and this winter the hotel celebrates 125 years of luxury service with a special Valentine’s Day package priced at $125,000.