Gratifying Hotels you Must Definitely Check out in 2018

Are you the adventurous type that is into luxury hotels, then I’ve put together a list for you…Check them out

  1. Four Seasons Surf Club, Miami

 

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Iconic venue The Surf Club has been brought back to live in the form of the Four Seasons Surf Club.

The new Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club is a reimagined portrayal of the historic Miami social club’s heyday back in the 1930s.

2. The Whitby, New York

 

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The Whitby is Firmdale Hotels’ second New York property.
Simon Brown/From The Whitby

It has 86 individually designed bedrooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as a 130 seat state-of-the-art cinema and an Orangery.

3. The Shore Club, Turks & Caicos

 

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The Shore Club is ideally positioned on the picturesque Long Bay Beach of Providenciales.
The Shore Club

Opened in January 2017.It boasts six luxury villas and 106 sun-drenched suites, each outfitted with roomy terraces overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Property highlights include four pools, an all-natural spa and a complimentary kids’ club outfitted with its own treehouse. Who said a secluded island getaway can’t also be family-friendly?

4. InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown

 

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LA’s newest luxury offering offers angel’s-eye views.
Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown

The newest luxury hotel in Los Angeles wows from the outset with its soaring 70th-floor sky lobby, which serves up jaw-dropping views of the city from the moment you check in.

5.Four Seasons Seychelles at Desroches Island

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The new Four Seasons on Desroches Island will offer secluded luxury for wannabe Robinson Crusoes.
Four Seasons

The new resort, which opens in early 2018, will feature just 71 lavish lodgings — a mix of bungalows, villas, suites and sprawling, multi-bedroom residences.

6. Nobu Ryokan, Malibu

 

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A 1950s motel has been converted into the first hotel of the Nobu Ryokan brand.
Barbara Kraft

Once a 1950s vintage beach motel, the property now consists of 16 rooms, 11 of which include ocean views and terraces.

7. AYANA Komodo Resort, Flores

 

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AYANA Komodo Resort will boast its own cruise ship, which will take guests around the island.
AYANA

Each of the resort’s 201 rooms will overlook the pristine sands of Waecicu Beach and the resort’s own private pier, which boasts a scenic bar and floating deck.
Other hotel highlights include three swimming pools, a rooftop bar, four restaurants and most impressively its own cruise ship for exploring the island in the utmost luxury.

8.Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour, Australia

 

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The Sofitel Darling Harbour puts you among the action but away from the crowds.
Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

With a rooftop club lounge, three bars and an outdoor infinity pool overlooking Darling Harbor, the Sofitel is a welcome, if not much-needed, addition to the Sydney hotel scene.

Each room features sharp, modern design and is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city of Sydney.

Source : bbctravels.com

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