Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Top 10 Hotels to Visit in the World in 2014

HotelsCombined, a leading hotel price comparison search engine, has searched the globe to bring you the most inspiring, serene and amazing hotels from around the world.  Below are the top 10 hotels to visit in 2014 according to HotelsCombined.com.

Conrad Maldives – Rangali, Maldives

Set in the Indian Ocean and spanning across two islands, Conrad Maldives is home to whale sharks, mantra rays, dolphins, turtles and a vibrant coral reef. Accessible by only seaplane, this luxurious resort is also the location of the world’s very first undersea restaurant.

Burj Al Arab – Dubai, UAE

Often referred to as a 7-star hotel, the Burj Al Arab in Dubai has become an icon to the city. Perched on it’s own man-made island, the structure of the hotel is designed to mimic the sail of a ship. For guests looking to arrive in style, there’s a helicopter pad 212 metres from the ground, attached to the upper floors.

Sri Panwa – Phuket Thailand

Located on the South-Eastern tip of Phuket, Sri Panwa sits metres above the sea level and offers panoramic views of the surrounding islands and the Andaman Sea. Amongst its 40 acres of lush, tropical surroundings, the resort has been designed to offer both a chilled out and party ambiance.

Saffire Freycinet – Tasmania, Australia

Over in Australia on Tasmania’s East Coast, Saffire Freycinet overlooks the Hazards Mountains, Freycinet Peninsula and the pristine waters of Great Oyster Bay. Relaxation and rejuvenation were the concepts behind the 20 luxurious suites here, which offer the highest standard of luxury and privacy.

Six Senses Ninh Van Bay – Ninh Hoa, Vietnam

Sitting on a dramatic bay along Vietnam’s south coast, the Six Senses Ninh Van Bay is surrounded by impressive rock formations, a white sand beach and towering mountains. The resort boasts options of beachfront villas, over water villas or villas nested into the island’s rock formations.

Desroches Island Lodge – Desroches Island, Seychelles

Soutwest of Seychelles’ main island, Desroches Island Resort sits on what is considered to be one of the most pristine and untouched island still around today. Blessed with healthy climates and miles of unblemished beaches, this island paradise is a refuge for romance, adventure and relaxation.

Capella Pedregal – Los Cabos, Mexico

Accessed via a private mountain tunnel linked to downtown Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, Capella Pedregal feels like a world apart. The luxury resort comprises of 96 rooms and suites all with private plunge pools and dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean.

Areias do Seixo – Torres Vedras, Portugal

Described as a magical place in a magical setting, the Areias do Seixo in Portugal combines originality, sublime comfort and a unique sense of style that seamlessly blends with its natural surrounds of land, sea and shore.

Oberoi Udaivilas – Udaipur, India

Adorning the banks of Lake Pichola, the Oberoi Udaivilas was designed as a traditional Indian palace, capturing the splendor of a royal era. Rambling courtyards, flowing fountains, lush gardens and terraces that open out to semi-private swimming pools are all part of the backdrop here.

Le Sirenuse Hotel – Positano, Italy

In Positano, the most photographed village in Italy, Le Sirenuse Hotel was once family owned summer home. In 1951, it was converted and now has 58 rooms with all the comforts of a luxury hotel whilst still maintaining the atmosphere of a private home.

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