What are the best hotels in the world? What’s new in the business always bustling luxury tourism? Each year, the magazine U.S. Travel & Leisure a classification that takes into account the location, architecture, decor and service, among other things that a hotel. In the list, there are hotels for all tastes: hipsters, classic and exotic. What is common to them all? You are guaranteed a memorable stay.
See some of the hotels that the magazine has selected for this year and start to choose the destination of your next trip.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, United States
Opened in late 2010, the Cosmopolitan is located in an ideal location on the main street, famous stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard, where the major hotels and casinos in the city. Modern and cosmopolitan resort with a casino, swimming pools and a spa which cost 3.9 billion dollars and has an elegant design in almost 3000 rooms, which start at $ 200 per day. The opening of the Cosmopolitan made the gourmets of the city were scarce, since it has more than 10 restaurants, including Japanese, Chinese and French, among other specialties.
GoldenEye Hotel and Resort, Jamaica
The new GoldenEye Hotel & Resort is located in the village of Oracabessa Bay on Jamaica’s north coast. The particularity of this luxury resort, and clear waters, is that you can rent the villa where Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, he was to write the adventures of the famous spy in the room which is still in place.
Banyan Tree Al Wadi, United Arab Emirates
Less than an hour from Dubai, Banyan Tree Al Wadi rises like an oasis in the desert. With camel rides and sand dunes, the Banyan Tree has an area of ??over 100 hectares with swimming pools, spa facilities and a spa with the best of luxury UAE.
Kenoa, Alagoas, Brazil
On the coast of Alagoas, in Barra de São Miguel, 30 km from Maceió, this luxury is blended with ecology, a beach resort in northeastern Brazil.’s All done for the client as comfortable as possible and with the best way to enjoy this idyllic place, with a restaurant and lounge winebar, golf course, spa and gym.
Egnazia Borgo, Italy
Magnificent white stone building, the complex where the Borgo Egnazia is in the Italian region of Puglia, known as the “heel of the Italian boot”, and represents the best of the Adriatic Sea with luxury and comfort. A golf course and a spa with Roman baths complement the beauty of this corner of the Italian coast.
Taj Falaknuma, India
Receiving this fantastic Indian palace enchants all guests with a door leading from the hotel to the marble steps leading to the reception. After a ten-year restoration, the Taj Falaknuma was reopened recently in Hyderabad, in central India. The hotel is almost a museum, with all kinds of works of art and 60 luxurious rooms decorated with ivory and gold.
Matakauri Lodge, New Zealand
20 minutes from Queenstown, New Zealand in the south, Matakauri Lodge is ideal for adventurers seeking luxury accommodation to relax after exploring the natural beauty of the region. The eleven rooms have fireplaces, bathrooms and flat screen, but the highlight is the stunning view of the mountains and Lake Wakatipu.
Four Seasons Resort, USA
Vail is one of the most exclusive ski resorts in the United States, could not fail to have a network of prestigious Four Seasons Hotel. Two hours from Denver Airport, Four Seasons Resort Vail has 121 rooms and offers the best of luxury and sophistication with many details for skiers and comfort for those who prefer to stay in the relaxing spa or heated pool hotel.
Capri Tiberio Palace, Italy
Set in the mythical island of Capri in the Bay of Naples, the Tiberio Palace has pastel colors and sophisticated décor in its 60 rooms with sea views. The gourmet restaurant and a spa with Sodashi Terrazza products are some of the options for ‘tired’ guests to relax in the beautiful pool overlooking the bay.
Shangri-la Paris, France
The Paris Shangri-La is located in the 16th district of mansion built in 1896 by Prince Roland Bonaparte, Napoleon’s nephew. Most of its 81 rooms have views of some of the main sights of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. However, the main highlight of the Shangri-la is a great service, making it even more special to stay at this unique hotel.
Le Royal Monceau Raffles, France
Designed by renowned designer Philippe Starck, the Royal Monceau is located a few steps from the Arc de Triomphe and is unlike any other hotel in the City of Light. The 149 rooms have been designed so that customers do not feel in a hotel room, but in a luxury apartment. The dominant culture of the hotel, which features an art library, a screening room and collection of photographs scattered throughout the rooms.
The Redbury, USA
The Redbury, designed by photographer Matthew Rolston is in the heart of Hollywood. The 57 spacious apartments (flats) of at least 70 square meters, have a vintage style and sophisticated with photos honoring stars like Jimmy Hendrix and Marilyn Monroe. Everything from the decor to the paparazzi at the door, remember you are in the world capital of cinema.
Nobis Hotel, Sweden
Norrmalmstorg Nobis Hotel in the main square of Stockholm, mixing baroque architecture of the 19th century with the best of Swedish design. But this hotel in the Swedish capital, the owners are very proud of what Caina delicious Italian restaurant, with a menu of rustic station.
In the 4th century a fortress, in the province of Rajasthan, 10 mansions that belonged to a Maharaja women have been restored to create one of the best hotels in the country. Sandstone buildings with gardens and some 34 suites decorated with colors typical of the region, and, after sunset, hundreds of candles illuminate the scene, giving a touch of magic to this hotel that combines luxury with historical tradition.
Cap Rocat, Spain
With hordes of tourists and trendy nightlife, Majorca is an island to see and be seen. But if you prefer a little peace in the Mediterranean, the place to stay is the Cap Rocat. Located in a former 19th century fortress in the bay of Palma, the hotel has private terraces, a swimming pool and beautiful infinitely long, with a variety of water sports such as sailing and diving.