15 bright new hotels from around the world
Located on a remote island or in a secluded corner of the country, the hotels of the world do everything so that tourists can spend an unforgettable vacation. Since exclusive resorts are doing everything possible to stand out, we have compiled a selection of the most luxurious new hotels that you just need to see and where you can stay in 2017.
1. Water Villas – Soneva Jani (Maldives)
Soneva Jani Hotel Complex with 24 water-built villas is located in a private lagoon in the Maldives. Each villa has its own pool, as well as a panoramic roof, which you can clean and sleep under the stars.
If you bought a tour to the Maldives and plan to stay at this hotel, choose a room with a water slide. With it, you can move down from the top floor directly into the water. Among the other services of the hotel complex are SPA, an open-air cinema and an observatory with the largest telescope in the Indian Ocean.
2. Wine Paradise in Las Alcobas (USA, California)
This hotel is a dream of connoisseurs of good wine. It is located near the Beringer winery and residential buildings on St. Helena. The cozy boutique hotel is the perfect place to escape to the Napu Valley vineyards. In total there are 68 rooms with fireplaces, semi-open terraces and stunning views of the vineyards.
On the territory of the complex there is a center for SPA-procedures and a chic California restaurant where the famous chef Chris Cosentino prepares for guests.
3. Private in-room pool – Four Seasons Resort (Vietnam, Hoi An)
The hotel is located in Hoi An Resort, half a mile from a private beach area. Next to it are several historical sites that are included in the heritage of UNESCO. The residential area consists of 40 villas, each of which has its own private pool. To relax in a large company, the hotel has three communal pools, two restaurants and a beach bar, tennis courts, as well as a SPA center.
4. “Industrial” loft The Silo (South Africa, Cape Town)
Gorgeous rooms with huge panoramic windows are nothing more than a converted grain elevator. The quaint building is divided between a luxury hotel (upper 6 floors) and the Museum of Contemporary African Art (lower part of the building).
The industrial-style hotel has 28 rooms, each with a unique interior and views of the promenade. The doors of the SPA-salon are open for guests, there is a rooftop pool and a lounge area. You can enjoy the beautiful panorama of Table Mountain from the windows of the local restaurant.
5. Eco-friendly Six Senses Zil Pasyon (Africa, Seychelles)
Located on a secluded island of granite, the hotel complex includes 28 villas, each of which is equipped with a private pool and a wine cellar. To help guests, personal butlers are assigned to the houses, who carry out orders 24/7. With this service, your holiday in the Seychelles will be absolutely carefree.
Despite all the surrounding luxury, the resort cares about the environment. On its territory there is a purification plant for drinking water, a poultry farm and an organic garden.
6. Tropical Rosewood Luang Prabang (Laos, Luang Prabang)
Lost in a remote corner of the forest, Rosewood does not look like other Lao hotels, most of which are built in the highlands. The complex with 22 rooms is located on the ground and is surrounded on all sides by tropical forests, rivers and waterfalls. And a 10-minute drive from it is the famous Luang Prabang, which is protected by UNESCO. Each of the rooms is a luxurious wooden house on 2 floors. The spacious balcony with a dining area offers a magical view of the sea of greenery and the mountain range.
7. Ultramodern W Shanghai (China, Shanghai)
Built on the banks of the Huangpu River, this fashionable hotel will become the third Starwood Hotels W-branded hotel in China after its “cousins” from Beijing and Guangzhou. It includes 374 standard rooms and 35 suites. Spacious, state-of-the-art rooms feature eclectic aesthetics and traditional Shanghai-style décor. W Shanghai has an outdoor pool, lounge area and WAY’s signature SPA center.
8. Stylish SLS Brickell (USA, Miami)
SLS Brickell is an unusual hotel for Miami. It was designed by the famous French designer Philippe Starck as a vibrant modern complex. SLS Brickell is located in the Brickell area, where the entertainment segment of the city is concentrated: bars, museums, restaurants, galleries.
Unlike other hotels, most of which are located in Miami Beach, SLS is more restrained and stylish than catchy and artsy. There are 124 rooms with a muted color palette and minimalism in design.