We round up some of the finest luxury hotels and resorts that will be opening by the end of 2016.
The latest hotel from actor Robert De Niro and chef Nobu Matsuhisa has officially started taking online reservations ahead of its September 16 opening.
Named a New York City landmark in 1998, The Temple Court Building and Annex has returned as The Beekman Hotel, bringing back Victorian era designs.
Hong Kong may be one of the busiest cities in the world, but a world away awaits when staying at The Upper House, where luxury and comfort meet.
Book a ticket to the Big Apple for a wide selection of accommodation options in country’s top Pokémon Go hotspots.
Macau will now have another luxury hotel, one valued at $4.1 billion and that features numerous luxury amenities.
Travel worry-free. With Banyan Tree and SilkAir, enjoy package deals in four luxurious hotels, while immersed in rich Asian idyllis.
The luxury hotel now has a few new titles to add to its trophy closet, having walked away with two awards at the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Award.
A stylish address, elegant interior and luxurious spa makes this the prefect place to put your feet up in the city.
With a scenic background and luxurious amenities, the soon to be opened hotel is now on our wish list.
London and Geneva may boast Europe’s highest costs of living but when it comes to luxury hotels, Italian and Greek cities are in a league of their own.
The luxury hotel now joins the list of hotels that offer the largest hotel rooms in the city.
A study by the research firm Consultourisme goes into the prices of ‘Palace’ hotels throughout Paris.
The legendary hotel finally opens its doors again after four years of renovations and a widely reported fire.
These stunningly spacious suites offer privacy and exclusivity in the Mediterranean island of Sardinia.
From stealing small nibbles to large steaks, the seagulls are proving to be a hindrance that only hawks can stop.
The luxury brand from Starwood finally touches down in Malaysia with a cozy 208-room affair.
Brazilian architect and designer Isay Weinfeld brings a touch of tropical modernism to new projects in New York and Miami.
A ranking by J.D. Powers lists the top 10 hotel loyalty and reward programs.
Forget Times Square and Central Park. The Carlyle is where you need to go to truly experience New York culture and history.