It is also paired with an island spa, which you arrive at by one of the hotel’s private yachts

Once you’ve taken a look at these glamorous hideaways you won’t want to stay anywhere else


The One With Luxury Tents

Rosewood Luang Prabang, Laos

If you are looking for a glamorous adventure take your luggage to the new Rosewood Luang Prabang that is set to open in 2017. The team has created a luxury tent and villa encampment just 10-minutes’ drive away from the historic city of Luang Prabang. Spend the day meandering along the river and the evening enjoying a treatment in the spa or relaxing on the deck of your luxury tent looking up at the stars.


The One With The Six Stars

Viceroy Cartagena, Colombia

All eyes are on Cartagena, ready for the launch of its latest hotel – the Viceroy Cartegena. The team has spent USD$15 million turning one of city’s heritage buildings in the exclusive Old City into a glamorous hotel that features a rooftop VIP day club, which offers 360-degree views of the city. And if this is not enough, it is also paired with an island spa, which you arrive at by one of the hotel’s private yachts.

rooftop-pool viceroy


The One With Mountain Gorillas

Bisate Lodge, Rwanda

A new boutique retreat is about to open on the mountain next to the Volcanoes National Park, home to the famed mountain gorillas. Featuring just six rooms, the lodge is the last word in luxury. When you’re not visiting the country’s most famous inhabitants you can relax in front of the fire in the glamorous lounge, sample a tipple from the resort’s wine cellar or kick back in your site that overlooks the volcanoes.

The One On A Private Island

Cempedak Island, Indonesia

The team behind Nikoi Island is about to launch its latest hideaway on Cempedak Island in Indonesia. Relax on one of the island’s secluded beaches before cooling off in your private plunge pool outside your bamboo villa. Just a hop, skip and a jump away from Singapore. It’s the perfect place to unwind.



The One With A UN Meeting Room

Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square, London

The Four Seasons has taken a forgotten Grade II listed building near the Tower of London and turned into a showstopping resort. Tucked away behind the Corinthian columns you’ll find the French restaurant La Dame de Pic run by three-Michelin-starred chef Anne Sophie Pic, a Roman-inspired spa and the UN Ballroom, which was the setting for the United Nations General Assembly in 1946.

four seasons ten at trinity

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