Whether you’re traveling alone, on a business trip, or with your family, finding the right hotel for your stay is so important which determines your overall travel experience. Although everyone has their own preferences, budgets, and requirements for the kind of place they want to stay at, luxury hotels offer the kind of comfort, security, and amenities like no other.
Resorts in Caribbean
Eden Roc, St Barths
If you want a place of comfort, luxury, safety, elegance, and impeccable style, with pristine, clear blue waters and glorious sunsets at the beach, then Eden Roc is the place for you to go. Known for its unparalleled hospitality, Eden Roc has the best, 5-star restaurants headed by celebrity chefs, beautifully designed rooms with breathtaking views, and state of the art facilities such as fitness center and spas.
Sanctuary Cap Cana, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Sanctuary Cap Cana is an all-inclusive and romantic beachfront resort. Located on a cliffside overlooking the ocean, this Spanish castle looking resort is the best combination of modern and historical elements. With six swimming pools, swim-up bars, steakhouse restaurants, furnished terraces, and 24-hour room service, this resort has everything you could possibly need to enjoy a wonderfully luxurious holiday.
Beloved Playa Mujeres, Cancun
This is an adults-only boutique style hotel perfect for a relaxing stay with all the comforts that you can possibly require. Services include sea-side golf, fishing at the inland marina, personalized spa, and fine dining. The resort is surrounded with breathtaking coastal vistas in a stunning natural setting.
Banyan Tree Mayakoba, Playa del Carmen
Located in Playa del Carmen, near theme parks and the beach, this Banyan Tree Mayakoba has all the essentials one could expect to get a full luxury hotel experience. Apart from things like free WiFi, spa, 5-star restaurants, gym, pool, bar, and hot tubs, the hotel also offers babysitting services and is pet friendly, making it the perfect destination for your family holiday.
Jade Mountain, St. Lucia
With a 600-acre beach stretching out in the front, the majestic jade Mountain is home to 29 luxury suites with spacious bedrooms, private infinity pools, and private balconies, along with a host of other remarkable features. Among the plethora of amenities provided, couples massage, snorkeling, fitness centers, rooftop bars, and concierge services are just to name a few.
Resorts in Europe
Iberostar Grand Portal Nous, Spain
Photo credit: Iberostar Grand Portals Nous
Mallorca, dotted with over 250 beaches, is home to a wide array of hotels and resorts. If you’re looking for a luxury beachside resort overlooking white and golden beaches and views of the lazy blue sea and yachts, then Iberostar Grand Portal Nous is the place for you to go. This adults-only property has five themes for you to pick from: Naughty, Star Gazer, Games, Heritage, and Spa. Keys to a BMW hybrid, pillow menu, choice of room aromas, CPC 800 catadioptric telescope and laser pointer for star gazing, and a carefully curated playlist by expert musicologists for each theme are just some of the fabulous features of this resort.
The Europe Hotel and Resort, Ireland
This 5-star hotel in Killarney, Ireland, is located in the midst of the world-famous Killarney Lakes and is the perfect place if you want comfort, peace, and adventure. The hotel has 187 bedrooms and suites to choose from, with services ranging from private balconies with panoramic views, 5 dining outlets and 2 bars, a 400-acre farm that produces its own beef and lamb, fishing, kayaking, and boating facilities at the private pier and private spa suites, to name a few.
Hotel Le Royal Monceau, Paris
Located in the middle of the City of Lights, this perfect blend of vibrant and contemporary design is a one-stop leisure travel essential if you’re going to France and looking for utmost luxury and ease. With its optimal location near the city’s popular attractions, such as Les Caves Taillevent and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, one doesn’t need to go too far to enjoy some of the popular sightseeing options that the city has to offer.
The hotel itself has large rooms, an expansive living area with elegant furniture and exquisite artwork, and an executive working desk, along with a flat-screen TV, private bar, and toiletries, including bathrobes. Some of the notable amenities include a specialized art concierge, providing visits to the hotel’s private art galleries, a 28-meter-long indoor pool, French, Japanese, and Italian cuisine, fitness rooms, and spas.