Connect with us


The 7 Best Boutique Hotels Around The World Everyone Needs To Visit



The 7 Best Boutique Hotels Around The World Everyone Needs To Visit

Right then, hands up: who wants a relaxing holiday? And we mean a proper, seriously luxurious holiday: stunning decor, supreme location, world-beating drinks, top cuisine, the kind of place you stay in once – maybe twice – in your lifetime. If you’re lucky.

So without further ado, the winners have just been announced – which means it’s time to put your hands up and pack your bags.

Check out our favorite winners below:

World’s Best Culinary Hotel: Vila Joya, Algarve, Portugal

Not just one of the world’s best boutique hotels, the was also named in the. Its restaurant comes with two Michelin stars (dress code: “casually elegant”), serving up such tasty treats as guinea fowl stuffed with black truffles and artichokes, and roasted goose liver with purée with smoked eel.

World’s Best Culinary Hotel: Vila Joya, Algarve, Portugal

Prices start from AED1,200 for a double room. Book.

World’s Best Beach or Coastal Hotel: El Nido, Pangulasian Island, Philippines

Looking like the kind of place James Bond would apply factor 30, Pangulasian Island is known as the “Island of the Sun” (yes, it’s well sunny there). El Nido is super exclusive, with private villas and a private beach, and has a green ethos. Set beside a tropical rainforest, the resort offers sustainable menus and au naturel activities, with a low carbon footprint.
Prices start from around AED2,650 per villa (sleeps three), per night. Book.

World’s Best Classic Hotel: Hotel Heritage, Bruges Belgium

Exactly what you’d imagine from a plush old-school European hotel, there’s a sense of grandeur and history. There’s a sauna and steam room for relaxing, plus a gym if you’re feeling more sprightly. The regal décor of the Le Mystique restaurant will make you feel like 19th-century royalty, though the modern well-posh grub will bring you to bang up to date. They even offer hot air ballooning provided you don’t spend all your Euros on the minibar.

World’s Best Classic Hotel: Hotel Heritage, Bruges Belgium

Prices start from around AED760 per room (sleeps two) for one night. Book.

World’s Best New Hotel: Hotel Gotham, Manchester, United Kingdom

Quirky Central Manchester Hotel genuinely does have a touch of Batman about it (the logo is decidedly bat-like). There’s a retro art-deco feel, with his brass baths, twin-headed showers, and posh sheets you can melt into. Also boasts an on-site restaurant and speakeasy bar, Club Brass.
Prices from AED890 per night for a double room. Book.

World’s Most Romantic Hotel: Aenaon Villas, Santorini, Greece

Notable for the distinctive whitewashed architecture, there’s something almost dreamlike about this one – actually a complex of connected villas overlooking the Aegean Sea and its beaches. It sits on an ancient path connecting Oia with Imerovigli and Fira. With the villas’ own private pools, it’s the ultimate venue for lounging around and soaking up some rays.

World’s Most Romantic Hotel: Aenaon Villas, Santorini, Greece

Prices start from around AED1,280 per villa (sleeps two), per two nights. Book.

World’s Best City Hotel: 11 Mirrors, Kyiv, Ukraine

Ukraine isn’t necessarily somewhere you’d think of for a luxury break, but the hotel is located by some of Kyiv’s most stunning, must-see attractions – the Ukraine National Opera House and Golden Gate entrance to the medieval city. Also sits next to a spa (with cheap rates for hotel guests) and offers “incognito” rooms for seriously peaceful relaxing.
Prices start from around AED915 for a standard room (sleeps two). Book.

World’s Best Boutique Hotel: Secret Bay Hotel, Dominica

The big winner was the stunning hotel overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Set on a cliff top, it’s surrounded by rainforest-covered mountains and boasts two swimming beaches. Activities there include kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, and beach-side yoga. Yep, it’s pretty much perfect.
Prices start from AED1,750 per night for a one-bedroom bungalow (sleeps two). Book.

Content writer with good vocabulary and experience in writing news articles, and product reviews for healthcare supplements. Decent and qualitative articles are published in various well-known portals.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending Now