The past two years it has been extremely difficult for the global tourism industry – many tourist accommodation sites have had to close due to the impact of the epidemic. The steady revival of the tourism industry in recent years has made it possible for people to revisit their favorite hotels around the world.
If you are curious about the hotels on this list and the travel experiences here of travelers from all over the world, let’s explore with Trip and Wellness right below:
1. Mahali Mzuri, Kenya
Located in a vast savanna and surrounded by wild nature, Mahali Mzuri is designed as a luxury “hunting camp” with 12 tents. This Mahali Mzuri is located along the edge of a green valley in the Olare Motorogi private estate, in the Maasai Mara Reserve in Kenya. From a distance, you will feel like seeing luxury tents simultaneously emerge from the forest but still extremely harmonious with the surrounding landscape.
The main tent has a spacious panoramic view, including a 12-meter infinity pool, a living room with a fireplace, a game console and many other amenities. In Particular, there are interesting programs for children and a high-class Nasaro spa for visitors to enjoy the most relaxing time possible.
Each room in the tent is designed with large windows, making wild nature always stop in your sight, and at the same time you will feel like you are really living in the middle of a vast forest, surrounded by nature. Immerse yourself in the green plants and make friends with wild animals. All services of the hotel are provided professionally for you to have a perfect experience during your stay.
2. Nayara Tented Camp, Costa Rica
Perched atop a cliff, Nayara Tented Camp is designed with spacious bathrooms with large bathtubs, each with a private courtyard and infinity pool, overlooking the Costa Rican rainforest and the mighty Arenal volcano. Elsewhere on the grounds, you can encounter wildlife such as sloths and Toucans. In addition, there is a covered hot mineral swimming pool and luxurious spa services.
Nayara Tented Camp is considered one of the leading eco-resorts in Central America, this orientation has not changed throughout the development of the resort. Nayara also works to promote this by creating a sanctuary for sloths, by replanting hundreds of native trees alongside native frog, bird and penguin habitats.
3. Capella Bangkok
The lavish Capella Bangkok Hotel is located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River, offering panoramic views of Thailand’s vibrant capital. However, in contrast to a busy and hectic Bangkok, this luxury resort exudes tranquility and serenity thanks to its sophisticated design and soothing, harmonious neutral color palette.
Capella Bangkok has four dining venues, one of which is Cote by Mauro Colagreco restaurant. Chef Mauro Colagrero is the owner of a 3-Michelin-starred restaurant – Mirazur (France), which won first prize at The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards.
4. Capella Ubud, Bali
Nestled deep in a tropical jungle in Bali, Capella Ubud is the creation of architect Bill Bensley, based on a 19th-century fantasy expedition. Capella’s sleeping quarters are scattered across the hillside, most of which are connected by suspension bridges. In each villa, you can easily spot travel chests along with a large classic four-poster bed, making you feel like you’re living in another era.
On the premises of the Keliki organic grove, there are two restaurants and a bar. Here at night, you will hear interesting local stories, watch movies, enjoy live music and enjoy special S’mores cakes and hot cocoa while the campfire is lit.
5. Grace Hotel, Auberge Resorts Collection
Perched on the cliffs along the zigzag steps by the crater in the village of Imerovigli with a direct view of the Aegean Sea, Grace emerges in the midst of this majestic landscape with a pure white, evocative of the feeling. Feeling very bright and peaceful. The exterior of the hotel has a classic Aegean style, the rooms are also designed with minimalism and a bit of art to make the room more vivid, instead of just having a white surroundings.
Visitors can take an outdoor yoga class, a hike along the cliffs or a boat ride, to see the island from various locations. All convenient and thoughtful services here are always ready for guests to have a perfect vacation time.
6. Kamalame Cay Resort
It can be a bit difficult to get to the tranquil Bahamas resort but the effort will definitely be worth it when you meet this sparkling, mysterious coast. You can relax in the bungalows’ sea-facing corridors, enjoy a daily breakfast delivered in a wicker basket and borrow a golf cart or bicycle to explore the nearly 390,000-square-foot area.
7. The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur
Enjoy royal life in a sumptuous palace-like hotel where panoramic views of Udaipur’s sparkling Lake Pichola can be seen in sight. The deluxe rooms have private pools, creating a moat terrain around the hotel. Besides the full services and amenities, the hotel staff is also professionally trained to meet all the needs of the guests.
8. The Oberoi New Delhi
The Oberoi New Delhi is a 220-room luxury hotel with clean-air technology and design by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, which has become the city’s cleanest air provider. One side of The Oberoi New Delhi overlooks the Humayun Tomb – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the other is a peaceful golf course setting on the edge of the forest.
Attention to detail throughout the public space, along with rooms and restaurants that can satisfy any guest, The Oberoi New Delhi is considered the best hotel in Delhi and the choice top for business and leisure activities. Besides, this 5-star hotel is also famous name for customer service.
When you step into The Oberoi New Delhi, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from, from relaxing in the indoor and outdoor swimming pools, to dining at 7 restaurants and bars. – one of them is the restaurant of Alfred Prasad – the youngest Indian chef ever to receive a Michelin star at the age of 29.
9. Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort, Paracas
Located in the stunning Paracas Peninsula, this resort is surrounded by a blue crystal bay on one side and a desert on the other. This unique natural setting provides plenty of opportunities to enjoy activities such as paddle boarding, boating, shell collecting and a range of other recreational activities.
The development of tourism has caused many motels and hotels to spring up throughout the small coastal town of Paracas, and the 5-star Paracas hotel is considered a standard model for other luxury hotels in the same area.
10. Taj Holiday Village Resort and Spa, Goa
At this 113,000 square-meter resort, small coastal cottages spring up with rustic beauty, while exuding charm and overlooking the Arabian Sea. The roof is made from terracotta combined with harmonious color and interior design from the inside out. Many services such as: spa, restaurant and golf course will always be ready to serve you right on the premises of the hotel.
11. Savute Elephant Lodge, A Belmond Safari, Botswana
Along the Savute River and in the heart of Chobe National Park, this 20-room oasis promises an unforgettable experience as you get to see animals like elephants, leopards or antelope up close. his eyesight. In fact, it’s not uncommon to find elephants in almost every national park in Africa but when you visit Chobe National Park, you’ll still be surprised to find them appearing in much greater density. compared to other regions.
The exteriors of the rooms are designed in the style of tents located in high wooden floors, with thatched roofs, in addition to a classic 4-poster bed with mosquito nets. All of them fit perfectly with the characteristic colors of the vast steppe here.
12. The Oberoi Vanyavilas Wildlife Resort, Ranthambore
Along the Savute River and in the heart of Chobe National Park, this 20-room oasis promises an unforgettable experience as you get to see animals like elephants, leopards or antelope up close. his eyesight. In fact, it’s not uncommon to find elephants in almost every national park in Africa, but when you visit Chobe National Park, you’ll still be surprised to find them appearing in much greater density. compared to other regions.
The exteriors of the rooms are designed in the style of tents located in high wooden floors, with thatched roofs in addition to a classic 4-poster bed with mosquito nets. All of them fit perfectly with the characteristic colors of the vast steppe here.