As much as we love minimalistic hotels with clean designs, we are also suckers for beautifully elegant, classic hotels that have been painstakingly and delicately restored, that are attractions in and of themselves.
The historic Raffles Hotel Singapore has truly evolved from being a symbol of the country’s colonial past, into a modern-day icon of fine hospitality.
Growing demand for adventure tourism has prompted the Australian government to build the country’s first underwater hotel.
The focal point of Hotel Kinsley, housed in 17th century buildings, centres around 301 Wall Street, an old state bank evocative of the artists-explorers who have come through New York over the centuries.
The very private and very exclusive Maldives island resort of Coco Bodu Hithi is the perfect getaway for couples and groups alike.
There are some hotel rooms whose reputation precede them. The Prestige Suite at the Fachon L’Hotel, facing the world-famous L’église de la Madeleine, is fast becoming one of them.