Relax and be pampered. This collection of spa-tacular hotels know how to look after you. A wealth of treatments and world class products are laid on for you in oases of calm.
From a rejuvenating massage with an ocean soundtrack, all the way through to a medical retreat fit for any red carpet, we have your perfect haven.
Discover this vibrant, all-inclusive resort which sits on the islands prestigious west coast of Barbados. A wonderfully warm and friendly atmosphere awaits at this village-style resort which boasts just 88 rooms. With personalized beach service and beach & pool ambassador service, this award-winning resort is a favourite for many.
Sandy Lane is where Barbados gets ultra glamorous. And just like the superstar guests who flock here, Sandy Lane continues to reinvent itself, constantly making the little nips and tucks necessary to keep it firmly in the spotlight.
Set between Gros and Petit Piton, within a UNESCO listed world heritage site, in 100 acres of tropical rainforest; Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort effortlessly combines its eighteenth century heritage with ultra modern contemporary style.
Tucked into sheltered coves and 17 acres of lushly landscaped gardens on the northeast corner of Antigua, the 104 beautifully appointed hillside and beachfront rooms, suites and villas of Blue Waters combine classic Caribbean style with contemporary comforts. With a large number of versatile room types, Blue Waters has something for everyone.
This historic Art Nouveau palace offers the most beautiful view of Lake Como, facing Bellagio with the rose-tinted Grigne mountains as a backdrop. The hotel is nestled within a beautiful century-old park teeming with ancient magnolias, clouds of azaleas, tulips and geraniums. It’s what William Wordsworth described as a ‘spot of time’ – a sight of heart-stopping beauty that lasts a lifetime.
Mauritius is a favoured holiday destination for celebrities, honeymooners, and families alike who are drawn by its beautiful beaches and perpetual tropical sunshine, and this relaxing resort is sure to make it even more desirable.
Fusion Maia is Asia’s first resort with an all-inclusive spa and it boasts the largest spa of central Vietnam. Located on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, the concept of Fusion Maia is to fuse healthy living with a life of indulgent luxuries.
Madeira is blessed with a magnificent climate as well as rich culture and for more than a century, Belmond Reid’s Palace has been its premier destination, luring travellers to its subtropical gardens on the cliff edge above Funchal Bay.
One of the the most desirable resort spas in Asia offering life-changing experiences, Kata Rocks is an iconic luxury getaway, fabulously located on a private hill overlooking the sparkling waters of Kata Beach and Andaman Sea.
Given that the concept of this luxury boutique hotel is ‘art surrounded by rooms’, based on owner Tonino Cacace's ‘pursuit of beauty’ on an island that artists have termed ‘the place of the soul’ ,you know you’re going to stay somewhere that’s rather special.
Set in a lush 27 acres on the West Coast of Mauritius, the part of the island renowned for stunning sunsets and its warm, dry climate, even during winter, Maradiva has not been called the Best Indian Ocean Escape for no reason.
The mythical forests of Thailand inspire everything from the suites and villas to the healing treatments at the spa at Vana Belle, a resort hidden in a cove close to the famous white sands of Chaweng Beach.
Keemala is perfect for a romantic getaway or wellness escape, an all pool villa resort that embraces Thai cultural philosophy through its spa treatments, design and dining experiences. Its magical location, on a hillside surrounded by rainforest, makes it a relaxing retreat where you can unwind from the stresses of modern living
The exclusive and eclectic vibe of this five star boutique hotel has made it a favoured destination for international jet-setters who are naturally drawn to the ultra glamorous island of Capri. The hotel fuses contemporary design with island myth and benefits from being located in the heart of Capri’s Movida, just a short stroll from the famous Piazzetta and renowned beach clubs, yet it still offers all the privacy and intimacy of a private hideaway.
This all suite hotel offers a choice of divine seafront residences, from Junior Suites to Presidential, with private heated seawater pool and spectacular views of the Aegean
Located on the stunning Mirabello Bay, Elounda Mare combines the traditional charm of a Cretan mansion, adorned with antique furniture and artwork, with the first class care and fine cuisine you’d expect of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux Association. It is also the first hotel in the world to feature water’s edge bungalows with private pools.
Learn to play golf or improve your game with a PGA professional team at the The Golf Academy at the The Porto Elounda GOLF CLUB. Stay in luxurious accommodation with stunning seaviews, private terraces, balconies and seawater pools
Elounda Bay Palace overlooks the sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, providing the perfect retreat for those wishing to unwind and relax in pampering luxury. where guests can enjoy a five-star standard of luxury in all accommodations. Helios Hotels & Resorts, Elounda have set the standard for the discerning, chicly streamlined Greek hospitality. a truly prestigious hotel, and proud member of The Leading Hotels of the World, the Elounda Bay Palace.
Helios Hotels & Resorts, Elounda have set the standard for the discerning traveller, chicly streamlined Greek hospitality. a truly prestigious hotel, and proud member of The Leading Hotels of the World, the Elounda Beach Hotel.
A unique design boutique hotel Kenshō opened its doors recently in the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos. With an innovative way Kenshō combines the Mykonian tradition with the natural wealth of the island through minimalistic and elegant approach. Our "hidden treasure" bedecked with unique works of art by world-renowned designers, along with the high - quality services, create a unique experience for the visitor.
This family owned and family-friendly resort is the most prestigious in the Canary Islands. The focus at Hotel Botanico is on classic style, sophistication and sublime service, crowned by a la Carte restaurants and the award-winning Oriental Spa Garden.
If you’re considering a lifestyle change, maybe even a new spiritual direction, where better to come than the a of India’s ancient arts of yoga, meditation and Ayurveda? And where better to stay than a Maharaja’s palace estate located in the picturesque foothills of the Himalayas?
Located among fields of olive trees in Savelletri di Fasano close to the Adriatic sea and the ancient Roman City of Egnazia, Borgo Egnazia is an architectural masterpiece. It’s completely built with Tufo, a local type of limestone, and draws its inspiration from the Masserie and Apulian towns of Lecce, Bari, Ostuni, just minutes away.
If you are looking for a Tuscan retreat, you would be hard pushed to find one more perfect than this. The converted 12th Century castle offers its guests historical surroundings, boutique charm and modern luxury facilities. However, the heart of this retreat has to be the spa designed by the exclusive ESPA.
With eight different 4 and 5 star hotels dotted throughout 47 beautiful acres, Forte Village Resort is a Mediterranean beach resort unlike any other. This award winning and world famous Sardinian escape caters to virtually every possible holiday whim. For adults there is the Acquaforte Thalasso Spa with its series of Thalassotherapy pools, an Ayurvedic Park, medical spa and massage treatments, or a personalised wellness programme,including a plan with fitness guru to the stars.
No urban retreat this, but a brand new full-service resort complete with 45-holes of golf, an exciting spa and an infinity-edge swimming pool, as well as 1.8km of private coastline on the rugged south-west coast of Sicily. Olga Polizzi has made her mark on all the 203 rooms and suites, her inspired use of stone, wood, earth tones and dramatic accent colours set off by views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Perched on a spectacular cliff top between Positano and Amalfi and with eagle-like views over the beautiful bay of Salerno, this privately owned former 17th century monastery, which only opened its doors in May last year, offers panoramas like no other. With comprehensive state of the art contemporary comforts where once were nuns, the 20 superbly appointed rooms and suites have vaulted ceilings and original features, beautifully complemented with furniture and furnishings carefully selected from across Italy.
This Grand Dame is a truly iconic hotel found in the very heart of chic Capri life, just steps from the Piazzetta. See and be seen in their sumptuous Rendez- Vous restaurant or at the happening Quisi Bar, both situated on the bustling ‘Via Camerelle’. Or choose to retreat to the sanctuary of QuisiBeauty – one of Europe’s finest spas – or sip a cocktail around the hotel’s pool. Whatever you do here it will be in vogue, as this is the pinnacle of fashionable Capri.
Situated on the shores of Lake Como, CastaDiva Resort & Spa is a haven from the real world. Lavish decoration is blended with luxurious comfort in rooms and suites embellished by silk and velvet to try and distract you from that stunning lake view. A little exploration and you are rewarded by a 1300sqm spa devoted to the four elements for individual and couple experiences, and a relaxation room suspended above a 19th century dock.
Peeking out from the cypress trees that flank the Fiesole hillside, Il Salviatino is an ‘urban resort’ with a bit of a past. This aristocratic palazzo dates back to the 15th century and still has the handpainted frescoes and centuries-old mosaics as evidence. These vintage gems are now carefully matched with exquisite antiques, whilst the 45 rooms are all individual works of art, yet the comfortable lounges, cordial ambience and friendly ‘service ambassadors’ contribute more than enough warmth.
This historic 20th century residence is all about privacy and discretion, the mood definitely more ‘country estate’ than ‘urban retreat’. Central in its location just a 5-minute walk from the Trevi Fountain, you’ll be protected from the masses by the kind of walled Italian garden that comes with gazebos, fountains and manicured lawns.
This is a fresh and modern urban resort in this most historic of cities. On the banks of the Tiber and a stone’s throw from the Vatican, the location is fit for an Empress – originally Nero’s mother to be precise. The building itself dates back many centuries but has been completely transformed and restored into a cool, modern resort.
Peter Island is 1,800 acres of British Virgin Island tranquility, complete with romantic rooms and seductive spa surrounded by white sand beaches, secluded coves and miles of panoramic hiking trails.
Parrot Cay is a luxurious escapist paradise with the accent on chilling out. It sits on a 1,000-acre island off Providenciales and it’s this seclusion, as well as its zen-like tranquillity that makes it one of the world’s most sought-after private islands.
This family-founded resort has built its enviable reputation on an ethos that is based on relaxation, therapeutic cares, exercise and good food. It’s a philosophy that has earned it accolades aplenty and it remains a perennial favourite with those in the know.
Round Hill is arguably the most well-connected resort in the Caribbean. When a hotel can list among its historical highlights that it was where John and Jackie Kennedy honeymooned, where Oscar Hammerstein met Maria von Trapp and conceived the idea of the ‘The Sound of Music’ and where Ralph Lauren guided the remodelling, design and decoration, you just know that it has to be something special.
The very name of the Spice Island Beach Resort is a reminder of the time when Grenada was the civilized world’s most treasured source of exotic spices like cinnamon, mace and clove. It’s also a guarantee of the hint of spice a stay at this boutique resort adds to the lives of every guest.
Sophisticated and contemporary, Carlisle Bay is one of Antigua’s best-loved resorts, combining classic luxury with West Indian convivality and is ideal for couples and families alike. White sand beaches, turquoise waters and emerald rainforest make a stunning backdrop, while the 82 suites have stylish, spacious interiors and breathtaking ocean views.
The Coral Reef Club is a grand dame of Barbados, oozing West Indian elegance and charm. Secluded within acres of landscaped gardens on the tranquil west coast of Barbados, it is owned and run by a family who make personal service and fine dining their mantra.
This stunning resort has been conceived with its dramatic setting on the granite island of Mahé very much in mind. Hand-split granite stone has been used throughout its construction and the villas are cleverly positioned to make the most of their elevated settings on a lush hillside overlooking the island’s southwest shores.
A Maldivian utopia on a sizeable pear-shaped island in the Baa Atoll. Anantara Kihavah is a carefully-conceived haven of ultra-private pool villas, set along the beach and perched over the water.
Just as fashionable with the cognoscenti as its sister hotel Parrot Cay in the Turks & Caicos, Cocoa Island is an exclusive private island retreat that takes about 10-minutes to circumnavigate. Perfect snorkelling conditions await on the house reef, whilst some of the world’s best dive sites lie nearby.
The essence of ‘castaway bliss’, this Four Seasons Resort occupies the entire 44-acres of Landaa Giraavaru in the remote Baa Atoll, an UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Manta rays and turtles frequent the pristine two-kilometre lagoon fringed by powderwhite beaches and a kaleidoscopic house reef.
An award-winning retreat of Per AQUUM Retreats • Resorts • Residences, Huvafen Fushi is where the Maldives gets a little bit funky. It’s where you come for cutting-edge design and the world’s first underwater spa, yet it’s also delightfully chilled-out with plenty of thatch and timber balancing out the modern furnishings and fibre-optic lighting effects.
Phuket The Banyan Tree Phuket is one of Asia’s most renowned resorts. Encircling a sparkling saltwater lagoon, it’s hidden away beside the silvery sands and bright waters of Bang Toa Bay on the north-western coast of the island.
This luxury resort is secreted away on a steep wooded hillside overlooking the mystical Gulf of Thailand. Oversized villas are defined by their hedonistic bathrooms and contemporary Thai décor – turquoise or seafoam colour schemes and teak or rosewood furnishings
Koh Yao Noi, off Phuket Located on a small island in Phang Nha Bay, Six Senses Yao Noi offers privacy and adventure. Modern architecture, natural materials, glorious views over the bay and the surrounding hillside and tropical landscapes make this a very special place
This luxurious Four Seasons is secreted away amidst mountains and rice paddies in the Mae Rim Valley. Architecturally it’s undeniably Thai, its interiors embracing rich silks and polished teak; the water buffalos that wander around outside contributing to the authentic experience.
This captivating Four Seasons Resort meanders along a mile-long beach in the Langkawi UNESCO Geopark. Offering an intriguing blend of natural beauty and adrenalin-fuelled adventure, its plush Malay-inspired accommodation is about as good as it gets in Asia.
Famous tenor Luciano Pavarotti loved Pangkor Laut Resort so much that a luxury suite here is named after him. He described the resort, set on a private 300 acre island off the West Coast of Malaysia, as ‘paradise’.
One of the excellent Kempinski group of hotels The Emirates Palace, as its name suggests, is a truly breathtaking landmark destination and certainly fit for any passing Emir or Scheherazade. Located on 1.3 km of private white sandy beach and surrounded by 85 hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens, it is regarded as one of the most impressive hotels ever built and offers a variety of luxury services to suit every holiday.
Located on the exclusive Palm Jumeirah, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray offers unforgettable experiences matched with unparalleled five star luxuries. The resort is home to a collection of 405 luxury rooms and suites, 38 Royal Residences, private beach, 59-metre infinity pool, Sinbads Kids Club & Splash Park and a whole lot more.
Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara is a luxury oasis in the dramatic, mystic Liwa Desert of Abu Dhabi’s Empty Quarter, the largest uninterrupted sand deserts in the world, where mountain-high sand dunes reach as far as the horizon.
Cradled between the Hajjar mountains and the beachfront of Boushar, just ten kilometres outside ‘old’ Muscat, The Chedi Muscat has to be seen to be believed. This ‘Leading Hotel of the World’ is understated and sleek, with original Omani structures endowing a strong sense of place.
Anassa means ‘queen’ in ancient Greek and this majestic resort on the Mediterranean shores is one of Cyprus’ crowning glories. Anassa’s location on a long sandy beach and its family friendly luxury surroundings, has earned it a reputation as one of the world’s most beautiful family spa hotels.
An exciting and unusual destination set in landscaped grounds beside a lovely beach. Decorated in pastel shades set around the 5 main pools and exotic gardens it creates a village atmosphere, this resort is superbly designed to offer everything for perfect family holiday or couples getaway.
A truly luxurious home-from-home getaway destination, Porto Sani, located just minutes from the gem-like Aegean, offers you sumptuous living and a family friendly destination designed to ensure that everyone gets a relaxing holiday. Each suite has either a terrace or a balcony, is decorated with the finest of fabrics and luxury woods and includes a Nespresso machine, sumptuous bathroom with rainshower (some with Jacuzzi), and Anne Semonin toiletries.
Cupolas, chandeliers and the calming scent of orange blossom welcome you to The Residence Tunis, an ivorycoloured m‘kasbah’ that leads down towards a private beach overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Its membership of ‘The Leading Hotels of the World’ underlines its status as the best pied-à-terre in Tunisia, and whilst its wide-ranging mfacilities make it suitable for anything from a quick golf or spa fix to a leisurely family break, its romantic vibe means itm also attracts couples like moths to a flame.
The three Villas categories at Bahia del Duque opened their elegant, contemporary doors just a few years ago. Built using dramatic volcanic stone indigenous to the island, and they bring added benefits of space and privacy, while having the freedom to enjoy the wealth of resort facilities on your doorstep.
With a backdrop of soaring volcanos and shore lapped by the blue of the Bali Sea, this adult-only spa resort is an oasis of peace, where the therapeutic benefits of beautiful surroundings are enhanced by treatments that embrace the ancient remedies and gentle spirituality of this island paradise.