Four Seasons Resort, Punta Mita, Mexico: There are 139 guestrooms and 38 suites here. There are also 10 private residences and 25 residence clubs. For recreation, it has 10 tennis courts and offers tennis lessons.
Inn Above Tide Sausalito, Sausalito, California: It has 31 rooms and suites. The hotel is sitting on SF Bay, so you can relax and have a 180 degree view of the city skyline and the bay from your room.
Belmont Hotel Caruso, Ravello, Italy: It was a former 11th century palace that is nestled on the cliffs just beside the coast of Amalfi. When here, you feel as if you’re on a balcony above the Mediterranean Sea.
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, Munich, Germany: Some features include 297 rooms, high speed internet, free iPad use in all the rooms, 12 multi-functional meeting rooms, and bars and restaurants.
Lake Placid Lodge, Lake Placid New York: The hotel is standing on the emerald shores of the famous Lake Placid, giving you an amazing view of the leafy islands and clear waters. There are 13 rooms and 17 cabins to choose from and feel as if you’re home.
Calistoga Ranch, Calistoga, California:
The hotel is an upscale resort that stretches 6 miles. It offers free parking, free Wi-Fi, outdoor pool and laundry service. Guests can also dine in the restaurant and enjoy the peaceful ambiance.
The Goring London, London, England: The hotel is a nine-minute walk from Buckingham Palace. There are many suites and rooms which are decorated using English country house style. Each room and suite is furnished with antiques and English fabrics. The rooms also have en-suite bathrooms, safes and TVs.
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China: The hotel towers above Hong Kong at 25 stories. It was the tallest skyscraper and remains a local and international legend. It is chosen for its finest dimsums and elegant accommodation.
Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club, Sea Island, Georgia: Some attractions of the hotel include private butlers and access to three different golf courses. The living rooms and suites are 1000 sq ft.
Hotel Lungarno, Firenze, Italy: The hotel is known for its lush interiors. It is also famous for its rooms, which are designed and themed with cream and blue. If you want a river-facing terrace, maybe you can consider a Junior Suite.
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai, Thailand: The hotel is known for its complete tranquility. It has pavilions and poolside villas. There are elegant suites that come with a private steam room and soaking tubs. You can also try joining cooking classes to learn how to make noodle soup with chicken.
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, Paris, France: This hotel is one of the best in the world. It has lavish interiors with mahogany and limestone. It also has a worthy art collection to enjoy. Consider booking this hotel for a luxurious vacation in Paris.
Egerton House Hotel, London, England: It has been operating as a private guesthouse since the late 1800s. It is also considered one of the best historic hotels for its blend of Old World charm and modern features.
Cavallo Point Lodge, Sausalito, California: The hotel is located in the Marin Headlands. It offers guests access to adventures including the Golden Gate Bridge and sprawling lawns. You can select from its wide range of rooms which include historic rooms complete with porches and pressed-tin ceilings.
Wentworth Mansion, Charleston, South Carolina: The estate was a private home that exudes the grandness of Victorian art. Everything you can find in this hotel will take you to the Second Empire period. Book your accommodation in this hotel if you’re traveling to the South Carolina area anytime soon.
The Peninsula Tokyo: It is a part of the Peninsula Hotels group, one of the most successful among world hotels. The hotel located in the heart of the city is embellished with contemporary and modern design. it also has five unique restaurants, two ballrooms and a modern lounge bar.
The Peninsula Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China: Here, you can schedule a helicopter tour of the Geopark from the helipad of the hotel, the only one in the city. This is one of the most grand properties and also Hong Kong’s oldest hotel.
Cape Grace, Cape Town, South Africa: Do you love stunning views? Then, this hotel may be for you! It offers you stunning views of Table Mountain and the beautiful harbor. You will be amazed at the thoughtful details such as hand-painted fabrics.
Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Resort, Seville, Spain: The luxury hotel can meet any royal’s expectations. It has an awesome design and decoration, including silk-draped walls and Andalusian tiles. There are private boutiques and guest rooms with contemporary furniture.
Cloister at Sea Island, Sea Island, Georgia: The hotel has Beach Club Suites with fireplaces, kitchens and balconies. It is set on a private barrier island which is south of Savannah. At night, you can relax and enjoy a movie at the on-site theater.
Hotel Terra Jackson Hole, Teton Village, Wyoming: What makes this hotel unique is its 100% organic mattresses in the guest rooms. You will find the lobby totally amazing for its art that is made from reclaimed barn wood.
Inn at Little Washington, Washington, Virginia: It is an 18-room inn that must be included in our list of the best hotels in the world. It has cashmere bed throws and the legendary restaurant of Chef Patrick O’Connell. If you want a private balcony, you can book room number 5 for a beautiful view of the courtyard garden.
Le Bristol, Paris, France: Floor-to-ceiling windows is one of the attractions of this hotel that gives you a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower.
Banyan Tree Mayakoba, Playa del Carmen, Mexico: It is a relaxing escape from the spring break beaches of Mexico. You can enjoy ultimate privacy in one of the 107 stand-alone villas. For the best experience, try the The Rainforest Indulgence’s hydrotherapy treatments.
The Little Nell, Aspen, Colorado: This is one of the most famous resorts in the US where celebs like Beyonce and Heidi Klum warm up after a busy day on the slopes with a glass of red wine from its huge cellar or with the in-room gas fireplaces.
Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park, New York: Located on the southern edge of Central Park. One of the newest additions to this property is the Auden Bistro and Bar.
Saxon Hotel, Villas and Spa, Johannesburg, South Africa: One of the most famous attractions of the hotel is its huge African art collection. There are also South African wines to find in the mini bars.
Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice, Italy: The Starwood’s Luxury Collection invested $55M to renovate this property in 2013. Here, you can indulge in the Canal Grande’s floating terrace or have breakfast at the Club del Doge.
Primland, Meadows of Dan, Virginia: Whether you selected a private home, a luxury cottage, or a cedar tree house, you can enjoy it here at the Primland Meadows. The secluded estate offers you an unprecedented sky view.
The Peninsula Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand: This is a 37-story property, with 370 rooms to choose from. The hotel spa has been expanded to 21,000 square feet
Rosewood Mayakobá, Playa del Carmen, Mexico: It is a gorgeous property located in Riviera Maya. The hotel has 130 rooms of which many will give you an uninterrupted view of the freshwater lagoon.
Allison Inn & Spa, Newberg, Oregon: The hotel is surrounded by 35 acres of gardens, wineries and lawns. The rooms have soaking tubs, gas fireplaces and bath salts. For the most memorable experience, try the helicopter tour or balloon ride.
Ocean House, Watch Hill, Rhode Island: This oceanfront hotel was rebuilt for $146 million, and became as luxurious as you can expect from that kind of investment. In its Grand Deluxe Room 301, you can have an ocean view and enjoy a soaking tub.
Chanler at Cliff Walk, Newport, Rhode Island: It was once a private mansion, but it has turned into a very fine New England resort. Attractions include The Spiced Pear restaurant and its recreational trail that will let you trace the Breakers.
One&Only Palmilla, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico: Enjoy a personalized service in this hotel in which you can choose from 173 rooms. It feels like a boutique hotel rather than a big resort for many visitors.