We understand that cuisine is such an important part of a holiday. As such we have brought together from our entire collection, our foody favourites. From intimate dinners to multi-Michelin stars these properties are an epicurean’s delight. Bon voyage, and bon appetite.
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.
An innovative and authentic experience that is truly unique to the Caribbean, Belle Mont Farm is the first chapter of Kittitian Hill, a “green” development where local community and stylish sustainability are perfectly blended amid the bountiful surroundings of Mount Liamuiga.
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.
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 private estate offers perfect seclusion and wonderful luxury beneath more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in Spain. With all the facilities you could ever want onsite The Ritz-Carlton, Abama is a holiday destination in itself.
Set in beautiful tropical gardens that are rich in flowers and foliage, the luxury rooms and suites are reserved for adults only and have the benefit of a dedicated pool for Tagor‘ Villa residents only, offering you peace, quiet and seclusion for truly relaxing holiday.
The Mark Hotel on the fabled Upper East Side at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue has been transformed by legendary designer Jacques Grange, blending old-world comfort with avant-garde design, chic French style and cool 21st Century technology. The rooms and suites feature the bold style and continental flair of the grand public areas but in a more subtle fashion, with soothing tones that reflect Parisian glamour from the ‘30s.
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi is a luxury hideaway located on Saadiyat Island, 500 metres off the coast of Abu Dhabi, with miles of unspoiled beaches and an eco-friendly environment that is attracting the most discerning international travellers.
Set atop a natural headland, the stunning Cliff Bay hotel in Madeira sits proudly overlooking the glittering bay of Funchal. Home to the only Michelin-starred restaurant on the island this boutique hotel is a true delight for relaxation.
Almost as famous as its illustrious guests, the Hotel Eden has been wowing visitors to Rome for 120 years now. And that’s true from the moment the top-hatted doorman ushers them into the white marble lobby to the moment the smiling maitre d’ leads them to their table on the rooftop restaurant – the Michelin-starred haute cuisine comes with quite breathtaking views towards St. Peter’s Cathedral.
One of Grenada’s best-loved beach hotels, Mount Cinnamon has been transformed into modern haven as colourful as the national bougainvillea flower. It’s now an intimate, boutique hideaway surrounded by tropical gardens, with an eco-luxe enclave of twenty-one bright, airy and spacious villas and suites tucked into the hillside. Sweeping veranda views of the glistening white sands of Grand Anse Bay and fully equipped kitchens with cute Smeg fridges are all part of the experience.
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.
Marbella Club Hotel, the legendary resort which is located on the stylish Southern Spanish Costa del Sol. A "Leading Hotel of the World" this beachfront property boasts elegance and glamour, providing acres of landscaped lush gardens combined with direct beach access. Marbella Club boasts a princely residence feel, it was founded by Prince Alfonso Von Hohenlohe after all.
Surrounded by a coral reef and lagoon with powder white sand fringed by swaying palms, Conrad Maldives is the archetypal tropical paradise in the South Ari Atoll, located on two islands linked by a 500 meter bridge over the Indian Ocean. It’s also a winning combination of chic superlative service, barefoot luxury and the finest cuisine that has brought it renown.
As low-key as Grenada itself, Calabash is hidden away amidst palmdappled lawns on the edge of tranquil Prickley Bay. Privately-owned and full of traditional charm and island warmth, it’s the kind of place where everything has already been thought of, including the need for thought itself, with space and peace to meditate.
One of Mauritius’ premier addresses, The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is a magical destination surrounded by some of the world’s most stunning scenery. Nestled in the southwest of the island, it lies in the shadow of the world heritage site of Le Morne, with pristine beaches of white sand and a sparkling aqua lagoon, just a stone’s throw from The Black River Gorges and Chamarel waterfalls.
Hidden away amidst 60 scenic acres on the Belle Mare peninsula, One&Only Le Saint Géran is the ultimate getaway for the discerning traveller. Bounded on one side by a cove and on the other by a coralsheltered lagoon, it’s practically an island in itself, and a playground for a whole manner of water sports.
This downtown Vancouver hotel fronts one of Vancouver’s most celebrated streetscapes, looking out onto the incredible landscape of the Coal Harbour waterfront, the North Shore Mountains and Stanley Park. Looking in, the scene is cosmopolitan but casual and contemporary.
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.
For many, the name Auberge du Soleil is associated with cuisine, the inn of the same name a delightful afterthought. It was the breathtaking Napa Valley views that inspired French-born restaurateur Claude Rouas to recreate the sun-drenched ambiance of a Provençal restaurant in the California Wine Country.
Vila Vita Parc is one of Portugal’s finest resorts. A lush seaside escape, it nestles in 54 acres of vibrant subtropical gardens with lakes and cascades that blend harmoniously with the waters of the Atlantic coast and with every imaginable service, amenity, activity and pleasure at your disposal.
Perched on the bluff of the Aegean Peninsula in Sithonia, it’s no surprise this hidden gem is part of the Leading Hotels of the World. From the moment you arrive you feel like you have escaped to your own personal retreat. Here, each suite is unique and set amidst verdant gardens leading down to the pristine beach and crystal waters.
Raffles Praslin is ringed by white sands, opal seas and verdant hills, and infused with Seychellois spirit and traditional Raffles service. Stunningly contemporary villas and suites, incorporating balcony and outdoor pavilion, are among the most spacious in the Seychelles.
Burj Al Arab is less a hotel and more an experience. On the outside this iconic resort is truly spectacular, rising up 321-metres from a man-made island connected to the Jumeirah Beach Road by a 280-metre causeway. And on the inside it’s a jaw-dropping tribute to both intricate craftsmanship and attention-to-detail, only the finest materials used, the textures lavish and the colours exuberant.
Imagine waking to gaze on your own private Tuscan estate, surrounded by vineyard-cloaked hills dotted with ancient farmhouses? Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco, a 5,000-acre country estate founded by Massimo and Chiara Ferragamo, in the UNESCO Val d’Orcia National Park and in the the Brunello di Montalcino wine-producing region, offers just that: a skilful blend of authentically restored 17th- and 18th-century villas and suites, and 21st-century refinements.
Situated at Porto Ercole this elegant property clings to the rugged hillside above the blue waters that lap its beach club – think more Amalfi coastline than Sardinian beach – with its classic Tuscan styled rooms reflecting the style and beauty of the region of Tuscany.
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.
Since it opened in 1997 in the quaint hilltop village of Ravello, Palazzo Avino has won almost every award going. Not only is this 12th century Italian villa overflowing with refinement and romance, but its attentive staff can’t do enough for you, its fine dining restaurant boasts a Michelin star and its leisure amenities include a sublime spa, a stunning swimming pool and a beautiful new beach club just 15 minute’s drive away.
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.
In a world where cruise ships seem to be super-sizing, the smaller ships of Silversea Cruises retain a charming intimacy that allows stops at smaller harbours and a wider range of destinations than the floating behemoths.
This chic boutique hotel has its roots fixed firmly in the Caribbean and Mexico yet pays homage to all the 21st century comforts. Perched atop an oceanside bluff, its heart-stopping views incorporating the Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean and distant island of Martinique are only matched by its array of sumptuous cuisine.
Montpelier Plantation and Beach is an ultra cool hideaway 750 feet above the Caribbean Sea, in the foothills of the towering Nevis Peak volcano. It’s built around one of the island’s original 18th century sugar plantations yet is modern and stylish. Its ethos is a holistic approach to wellness and good living through excellent cuisine, fine wine, exercise and relaxation.
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.
Eden Rock, now part of Oetker Collection, was constructed around 1950 by famous aviator and adventurer, Rémy de Haenen and became the bolthole for his Hollywood friends including Greta Garbo and Howard Hughes.
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.
This ‘Leading Hotel of the World’ basks in the same kind of critical acclaim in the luxury hotel industry as its parent company enjoys in the upmarket culinary field. Not only is its laid-back mood just as good a fit for families as it is for couples, but its two-mile beach ranks amongst the Caribbean’s finest.
This luxury boutique resort combines Caribbean style and beauty with gracious English country living. Located on the stunning west coast of Barbados and set among beautifully landscaped tropical gardens with breathtaking coastal views, Cobblers Cove offers a haven of grace and tranquillity.
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.
This inspired Relais & Châteaux auberge boasts a central location in the French Huguenot village of Franschhoek, not to mention a restaurant ranked amongst the very best in the world.
No trip to Singapore is complete without a stay at Raffles. International hotel icon, and creator of the world-famous Singapore Sling, Raffles Singapore is arguably one of the world’s greatest hotels.
Impressively large villas and vast private residences await you at this luxurious and intimate resort; all coming with a private pool, expansive terraces, and the services of private butlers. The food here is as exquisite and varied as the possible dining locations; be it poolside, on the beach, a rocky outcrop, or even up in the trees.
This resort of traditional luxury on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia reflects the grandeur of 17th century Malay Palaces. Shaded by gently swaying palms, Tanjong Jara Resort is steeped in Malay tradition of hospitality and the concept of Sucimurni, which emphasises purity of spirit, health and well-being.
Designed to revive the gracious lifestyles of India’s Rajput princes, the Oberoi Rajvilas stands amidst 32-acres of gardens just outside the city centre. Its rooms, luxury tents and pool villas are all clustered around courtyards in a richly embellished fort setting.
An awe-inspiring resort of proportions only conceivable in Dubai, the majestic Madinat Jumeriahis set along 2km of private beach and over 40 hectares and connected by 3 km of waterways, its architectural style has been conceived to reflect authentic Arabia. Within the resort are three distinct hotels and a plethora of eateries and entertainment ensuring that you need never leave this world within a world.
The name belies the fact that there are three distinct hotels here, yet they all share the Arabian architectural style of courtyards and minarets, over a kilometre of private beach, 65 acres of lush gardens, many of the resorts incredible facilities and the One&Only passion for service.
Six Senses Zighy Bay takes the concept of ‘Innovative Style’ a few steps further. Not only does this village-style resort introduce you to a refreshingly different corner of the world, but it also offers an uncompromising standard of luxury alongside a genuine commitment to the environment.
Royal Mansour redefines the gold standard of luxury hotels around the world. Hidden away amidst 3.5 hectares of manicured gardens behind Marrakech’s ancient walls, it also boasts spectacular architecture that is more in keeping with a 16th century palace than a brand an urban getaway.
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.
This fully-integrated all-villa resort is perched upon an elevated plateau along Bali’s southern coastline, its modern Balinese-inspired architecture doing full justice to its breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean. Yet this is somewhere that really pulls out all the stops when it comes to impressing its guests, its personalised services including no less than three levels of butler service, its oversized one, two and three-bedroom villas all blessed with private swimming pools and ocean vistas – their contemporary designs are set off by lots of Balinese accents and indeed all the materials have been sourced locally.