There is an indescribable buzzing sensation once you step foot into someplace new, where the entire experience is geared towards building, (and delivering!) on their newfound reputation in the luxury travel industry. The excitement of the staff is palpable as they strive for service excellence by catering to your every whim and attention to detail.
Continually innovating tailored experiences and always improving from what came before, be surprised by unexpected and modern touches throughout your stay. The year ahead looks bright with plenty of new openings to look forward to, so enjoy the first feature of many…
White Desert, Antartica
Discover our newest camp – Wolf’s Fang – where luxury and adventure meets in the mountains of Queen Maud Land.
Offering laidback yet sophisticated interiors that evoke the bygone age of explorers, Wolf’s Fang features six heated bedroom tents that are equipped with en-suite washrooms, replete with shower rooms. The relaxed lounge area is a haven of comfort and warmth, no matter what the conditions outside. The inviting dining area is the ideal space to revisit the day’s exploration with fellow adventurers.
Adrenalin seekers will enjoy a variety of exhilarating activities on this vast continent including abseiling, ice-climbing and rope-walks. Guests looking for peace and serenity will revel in gentle hikes, skidoo rides or simply taking in the dramatic vistas – guests can be as active or as relaxed as they wish during their stay.
Sextantio - Rwanda
Traditional huts in the style of the Ethnographic Museum of Rwanda in Butare, made out of local materials following local traditions and with inhabited huts already found in the northern part of Nkombo island, with views over the various islands and both Rwandan and Congolese territory.
The area where the huts are positioned is located on the northern tip of Nkombo Island on Lake Kivu, and is the part, which is furthest away from the mainland, it has the lowest population density and is inhabited by a Muslim minority, who, despite their poverty, are known for their particularly elegant styles of female dress.
As on the rest of the island, life in our huts will also be one of self-subsistence through the farming of our land and the livestock rearing that characterise the local household economy. Crops and animals are those traditionally found in equatorial villages with a few local peculiarities distinct to the island.
Gleneagles’ first city hotel, all-day restaurant, roof terrace, and members’ club is coming to Edinburgh’s St. Andrew Square. There are 33 guestrooms embrace our noble building’s heritage. Timeless charm blends with all today’s needs in hotel bedrooms and suites. Deeply comfortable, they’re sanctuaries of downtime as the city sleeps.
There are an array of private rooms making the Townhouse Edinburgh’s in-the-know place to gather, meet, celebrate and exchange ideas. Ideal for formal meetings or private celebrations, our beautiful ground-floor space The Counting Room, seats up to ten people. The Telling Rooms provide an office away from the office. A relaxed snug and a sitting room with a lovely terrace and help-yourself pantry, this is the perfect spot for meetings, calls, and working into the evening.
Borgo Santandrea - Italy
Overlooking the enchanting, centuries-old fishing village of Conca dei Marini, Borgo Santandrea is a serene haven situated in the heart of the Amalfi Coast. A 5-star hotel just a few minutes from Amalfi, where you can experience the luxury of a world created for your well-being. Nestled 90 meters above sea level, the resort-style hotel features 29 fully serviced rooms and 16 luxurious suites which offer uninterrupted views in one of the world’s most romantic destinations.
Handmade tiles, bespoke furniture and eclectic antiques are punctuated with burnished brass, local stones and linens to create a spectacular setting that lets you unwind and relax to the sparkling views of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Four Seasons Tamarindo - Mexico
Escape to a secluded natural reserve in Mexico’s Tamarindo, the pristine coastline where verdant jungle meets the Pacific Ocean. With its unique location on a private peninsula, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo invites you to leave the world behind and explore this undiscovered region of Mexico – far from everything, yet remotely close.
This particular topography, and the wildlife that calls it home, make the area a treasure to be protected. Within a natural reserve spanning 1,214 hectares (3,000 acres), nestled on a private peninsula, featuring 10 kilometers of coastline, three swimmable beaches, and several hidden coves to snorkel. Named after the only tamarind tree found in this vast nature sanctuary, the resort features a dramatic 200-meter cliff descending to the beachfront below. Reflecting deep respect for the environment, only 2% of the reserve will be developed, giving a pure experience of this natural utopia.
Aman New York - USA
Opening soon, Aman unveils a new urban sanctuary with the rebirth of an architectural icon at the heart of Manhattan. Since 1921, the Crown Building has presided over the midpoint of Manhattan; the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street, overlooking Central Park. Rising 26 storeys from the boutique-lined street, the building’s windows and terraces look out over the vast sweep of parkland and survey the world’s most recognisable skyline.
The Crown Building – formerly the first home of Museum of Modern Art – has undergone a monumental transformation, which has seen it fully restored to its original splendour and imbued with the spirit of Aman. Designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, the hotel celebrates Aman’s philosophy of creating sanctuaries beyond commonplace notions of luxury, whilst paying homage to the building’s striking architecture and significant history.
Aman New York will consist of 83 hotel rooms, as well as restaurants, a Garden Terrace & Bar with 7000 square feet of outdoor dining space, private members club, three-floor Aman Spa, Jazz Club and Wine Room.
andBeyond Grumeti Serengeti - Tanzania
&BEYOND Grumeti Serengeti River Lodge is located in the remote western reaches of the Serengeti. Due to its far-flung location, there are very few lodges in this pristine section of the park, which means that guests can expect the ultimate in exclusivity. The lodge is perfectly situated on the banks of a tributary of the Grumeti River. Using the natural bow shape of the river, and paying homage to the circular forms of a traditional Masai manyatta, the lodge unfolds to reveal an understated sense of luxury.
Touching the earth lightly and seemingly floating across the landscape, 10 nostalgically elegant, and very spacious, guest suites offer natural light, an enormous bed, bath, an indoor shower (with a spectacular view), and a sparkling private plunge pool. A new family suite has been incorporated featuring a small additional bedroom attached.
Twice-daily game drives from the lodge often encounter large lion prides and clans of hyena, big herds of resident plains game as well as the special black-and-white colobus monkeys, found nowhere else in the Serengeti. Rarely seeing other vehicles makes for an exceptional game viewing experience.
Rosewood Vienna - Austria
Rosewood Vienna will open in summer 2022 as the brand’s fifth property in Europe. Housed in an historic 19th century building which was the former headquarters for Erste Group Bank AG, Rosewood Vienna will be ideally situated on Petersplatz, one of the most famous squares in Vienna’s Old Town. Located just steps away from the city’s most luxurious shopping and dining and its most famous historical sites, Rosewood Vienna will serve as an unsurpassed gateway to one of Europe’s most charming destinations.
Rosewood Vienna will combine the best of European architecture and design with a refined yet modern style. The hotel will offer 99 spacious guestrooms and suites, all of which will feature separate spaces for entertainment and relaxation. The contemporary accommodations will merge the past and present through a thoughtful combination of elegant textural and artistic elements and the latest technological features. The project’s design will be overseen by BEHF Corporate Architects in Austria and the London-based Alexander Waterworth Interiors firm.
Santa Teresa - Costa Rica
Conveniently located in the town of Santa Teresa, only two minutes from the beach, and just north of Mal Pais on the Pacific side of the Nicoya Peninsula. It has been described as “The Best Hotel in Mal Pais and Santa Teresa”. The beaches near the hotel are one of its main attractions, known for their white sands, warm waters, jungle landscapes, surfers, and calming energy. Nearby beaches are Mal Pais, Santa Teresa, Playa Carmen, and Playa Hermosa.
Hotel Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, is ideal if you love surfing. No need for a wet suit year-round. The water is warm, and the waves are consistent. Trained instructors are available throughout the area, if you want to practice surfing at any level. The waves are biggest from December to April, our summer, especially if you go to the south end of Playa Carmen.
Six Senses La Sagesse - Grenada
Grenada is located at the southern end of the Grenadines island chain and is widely regarded as one of the kindest and most welcoming of the Caribbean islands, known for laid-back vibes, a smiling local culture and safe environment. Residences are nestled into the dramatic hillside with 2,000 sq.m. of landscaped gardens, three or four bedrooms with 540 sq.m. of living space, floor-to-ceiling windows and horizon-edge pools.
Spread over 28 acres, using the natural topography of the site to create complete privacy while overlooking the bright blue sea, lagoons and tropical beaches. An eclectic collection of restaurants and bars will spill out onto the beach, with the trademark Six Senses Spa providing an oasis of tranquillity overlooking the edge of the lagoon and accessed only by gondola. With no building higher than a palm tree, the resort truly captures the laid back, smiling spirit of Grenada, reminiscent of a picturesque Caribbean Village bursting with variety along the lakefront promenade and beach walk.
Ritz Carlton Paradise Valley - USA
Resting on 20 acres of lush, cooling landscape with the grandeur of Camelback Mountain on the horizon, The Ritz-Carlton, Paradise Valley is an exclusive sanctuary, tucked away yet close enough to touch the vibrant pulse of Scottsdale. The resort evokes a sense of playfulness and escape with delightful discoveries at every turn, including secret gardens, oxygen-enriched guest rooms, on-site citrus groves and a grand 400-foot swimming pool.
With breathtaking beauty, year-round sunny weather, and night skies so dark you are enveloped in a blanket of stars, the resort offers guests a dynamic getaway to remember. The prestigious location at the corner of Lincoln and Scottsdale Roads provides the best in luxury retreat, combining a secluded oasis in Paradise Valley with the vibrant pulse of Scottsdale.
From helicopter rides and hot air balloon expeditions over the beautiful Sonoran Desert to world-class shopping and dining at The Palmeraie, the adventure of all that Scottsdale has to offer is just minutes away.
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