Hotels play an important role in travelers’ vacation experiences and certain hotels are fascinating destinations in themselves. But there are so many options across the world. To help globetrotters decide, CNN has shared a fascinating list of the best hotels to visit in 2023.
At Travel Off Path we have already explored the best luxury resorts in Mexico and the best luxury resorts in the world according to Condé Nast. But this time, CNN showcases brand new hotel experiences for different types of travelers and budgets. Here are 5 of the best hotels considered in the list:
Atlantis The Royal, Dubai
Dubai is an international hotspot for travelers and remote workers in 2023! And the hotel offer is impressive, but there’s a new hotel standing out: the Atlantis The Royal. Those looking for ultra-luxury, modern architecture, and an exclusive experience must check it out.
The new resort will open in February and has 795 guest rooms—including 44 suites with infinity pools—, a sky pool on the 22nd floor, the world’s largest jellyfish aquarium, 17 world-class restaurants featuring celebrity chefs, and impressive views of the Palm Island and the Arabian sea. Rates start from $1,443.
Casa Cody, Palm Springs, California
For those interested in nearby and affordable experiences, the list has a great option. Casa Cody is a romantic bed and breakfast hotel located near the San Jacinto Mountains, built in the early 1900’ and remodeled and relaunched in 2022.
The property has 30 cozy and beautiful rooms, a patio, and a beautiful pool surrounded by bougainvilleas. It’s a perfect summer escape and an ideal venue for weddings and other events. Travelers can admire the open skies and enjoy a relaxing experience. Rates start from $199.
The Peninsula Istanbul, Turkey
The Peninsula Istanbul also opens its doors in February 2023. This five-star luxury hotel has 177 rooms, two swimming pools, a rooftop restaurant featuring Turk-Asian cuisine and a beautiful terrace, a spa, a fitness center, and fascinating architecture.
The property is located in the historic district of Karaköy and has four impressive buildings and a Bosphorus waterfront. Guests will get a Turkish experience with all the luxury and comfort. Rates start from $653.
Hôtel Dame des Arts, Paris, France
Paris never goes out of style and it’s always a good idea to have the reference of a good hotel in this fascinating city. In this case, one of the best new boutique hotels travelers will find at a great location and for a reasonable price. The new Hôtel Dame des Arts is located in Paris’ Latin Quarter and has 109 beautifully decorated rooms with original artwork—some rooms have views of the Eiffel Tower— and fascinating interior architecture designed by Raphael Navot.
Guests can enjoy unique Parisian nights at the hotel’s Rooftop bar, its promising French restaurant led by Mexican chef Othoniel Alvarez Castaneda and walk around the charming neighborhood. Rates start from $305.
Naviva, A Four Seasons Resort, Mexico
Mexico is one of the preferred destinations for American travelers. Its wonderful weather, beaches, and rich culture make it an incredible vacation experience. And now the new luxury resorts will make travelers feel in paradise and never want to leave. The new glamorous Naviva, a Four Seasons Resort, promises travelers a life-changing experience near Puerto Vallarta for a high price.
This all-inclusive and adults-only resort is hidden in a private property in Riviera Nayarit. It just opened a few days ago and has only 15 tents, for a maximum. of 30 guests. It’s one of the world’s smallest resorts, but each tent has its own pool, deck, and outdoor shower. Guests get to connect with nature as the property is in the forest and the hotel includes special activities to enjoy the spaces and the traditional indigenous culture such as a shaman-guided temazcal or coastline fishing. Rates start from $3,950.
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