7 hotels to visit in 2021
After such a stressful year as 2020, we all deserve a few luxury vacations to kick back and relax. Maybe you even spent the last year researching the best hotels and the best luxury travel ideas after the pandemic.
We’re here to provide you with more inspiration for your Luxury Travel Wish List. From the Caribbean to the Mediterranean to Asia, here are some of the best hotels in the world to consider for your next vacation.
1. OKU Ibiza (Sant Antoni de Portmany, Spain)
Spain remains a major vacation spot for British tourists. OKU Ibiza is a luxury Balearic retreat in its simplest form. Located in the west of the island, just minutes from the stunning Cala GraciÃ³bay, OKU Ibiza is both vibrant and tranquil, reflecting the spirit of the White Island itself.
The bohemian setting brings the outdoors in, with the island’s largest pool, as well as a second pool providing space and seclusion for guests to relax.
Showcasing the best of local culture, OKU Ibiza invites its guests to savor delicious fusion cuisine with the OKU Destination Restaurant, sip a freshly shaken cocktail by the pool or restore mind and body in the spa areas. and well-being. Our moving Ibiza hideaway invites you to discover your inner space, whatever that means to you.
2. Lopud 1483 (island of Lopud, Croatia)
Does your luxury travel idea include sleeping in a 15th century seaside monastery in Croatia? If so, take a flight to Lopud Island in Croatia and book a stay at Lopud 1483.
This historic building located at the northern tip of Lopud Island has been restored over the past 20 years to embrace the tranquility and sacredness of the land on which it was built.
The old cells of the monastery have been transformed into exquisite suites, with a thoughtful interplay between Renaissance wood and modern elements giving this haven of peace a vibrant, yet timeless feel. With UNESCO World Heritage Sites, wellness experiences, and the coast just steps away, there are plenty of activities waiting for you to rejuvenate and satisfy your urge to travel.
3. Kalesma Mykonos (Mykonos, Greece)
No list of the best hotels in the world would be complete with a visit to the Greek Islands. Kalesma Mykonos is one of the newest luxury hotels ready to welcome visitors in 2021.
The resort has 25 suites and two villas nestled on a hill above the Aegean Sea. Book a massage, yoga session or other luxury treatment at the resort’s wellness center. At the end of the day, take a seat at the pool bar to watch an iconic Mykonos sunset.
When you’re ready to explore the island, the concierge will be happy to arrange scuba diving lessons, a private boat rental, or a tour of the famous windmills.
4. NIHI Sumba (Indonesia)
For the ultimate ‘Bali’ experience, look no further than the luxurious NIHI Sumba Resort. The property features 28 private villas (each with a private pool), surrounded by over 500 acres of unspoiled Balinese rainforest.
Among the resort’s offerings you will find a yoga pavilion, chocolate factory, organic gardens and nature trails. Book a visit to the resort’s stables and live your dream of horseback riding on a tropical beach.
Sign up for an Indonesian cooking class or a chocolate-making class. Then, enjoy a massage or facial in your private cliff-side ‘Bale’ cabin as the sound of the ocean lulls you to sleep.
5. Silversands Grenada (Saint-Georges, Grenada)
One of the newest luxury resorts on the Caribbean island of Grenada is the aptly named Silversands. This oasis of relaxation includes 43 rooms and suites as well as eight private villas.
Relax around the longest infinity pool in the Caribbean – over 100 meters! Visit the spa for their signature hot sand therapy or ice cave experience. Savor a delicious meal at the Asian, the resort’s stylish Asian restaurant.
Then, when you’re ready to spend the night, make yourself comfortable in the lounge-style bar to sample fine small-batch rums and world-sourced cigars.
6. Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa (Champillon, France)
Wine lovers should book their next luxury vacation at the Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa, just a two-hour drive from Paris. Each of the hotel’s 47 rooms overlooks the green vineyards of the Montagne de Reims.
Expect understated elegance in your luxurious bedroom, decorated with handcrafted natural oak and soft shades of blue and yellow. Spend the day relaxing by the hotel’s swimming pool or exploring the fragrant herb garden.
In the evening, discover the more than 200 bottles of champagne in the hotel bar from the head sommelier. Then, savor an unforgettable meal at Le Royal’s Michelin-starred restaurant.
7. Bethlen Estates (Transylvania, Romania)
Located in the remote northern part of the region of Transylvania, still relatively unknown to Romania, Bethlen Estates is a family heritage project strongly rooted in the preservation of local heritage. A collection of beautifully restored Saxon village houses, this remarkable business presents a unique and authentic way to explore Europe’s last wilderness in utmost style and comfort.
With two beautiful homes to choose from housing luxury suites with nothing to be desired, spend the day with activities such as learning to horseback riding, wine tasting or exploring UNESCO World Heritage sites at proximity.