Kensho, a contemporary boutique hotel overlooking Ornos beach and a short drive from Mykonos Town, offers stylish accommodation, fine dining and a subterranean spa, making it an ideal couple’s retreat.
Central but tranquil, this budget hotel boasts a charming inner patio and, rare for a hotel in this price range, a private garage. Cyclists are especially welcome: it was the first hotel in Toulouse to gain an official Accueil Vélo (Welcome Bikes) certificate.
Smack bang mid-Strip, this vintage casino hotel mixes a sprinkling of glitz with legendary mobster history. On sunny days, laze by outdoor pools next to gardens and a wildlife habitat. Colourful and bright modern rooms are a surprising bargain for such a central location, ideal for first-time visitors.
Stay at this vibrant casino hotel to save money on enormous rooms, not to mention the scintillating shows, fun and unfussy restaurants, a whizzing zip-line in the sky and a white-sand beach with swimming pools and waterfalls. It’s just over a mile from the Strip, with a free shuttle bus service.
Although part of a chain, this contemporary five-star choice has a winning personal touch and exceptionally hard working staff who really aim to please. The high tech gadgetry, cocooning design, good food and good humour combine to make it one of the most popular hotels in Toulouse.
Occupying a historic townhouse in one of Toulouse’s prettiest quarters, this charming little boutique hotel is permeated with the owner’s love of art. Entrance on the ground floor is via a contemporary art gallery and a different art theme fills each room.
Colourful, flashy, pop arty and fun, the family-friendly four-star Hôtel de Brienne is in a peaceful neighbourhood easily accessible by public transport or car. It’s also one of the only city centre hotels with free parking, a garden terrace—and a koi pond.
Docked at Riddarholmen in Stockholm’s harbour with panoramic island views, this boat hotel, built in 1924, offers up a taste of the city’s maritime flair. From modest-sized sailor cabins to a sprawling owner’s cabin, Mälardrottningen is a portal into Stockholm’s past, complete with seafaring novelty.
Barcelona may be better known as a design capital but Girona can easily give it a run for its money. The contemporary, comfortable and smart Ciutat de Girona is brilliantly central and has the added attractions of an indoor pool, fitness centre and spa treatment rooms. Staff are helpful too.
Slap bang in the middle of the energetic district of Miraflores, the epicentre of Lima’s tourist scene, this mid-range hotel delivers high standards across the board. The food is outstanding, the service is friendly and the pisco sours are particularly potent.
A large, sprawling hotel in the heart of Rotorua, New Zealand’s geothermal lakeside resort. There’s a great choice of facilities for all ages – the covered pool especially – and attempts have been made to inject some character into the modern building.
Against a backdrop of the Southern Alps, the Mackenzie is a place for lovers of the great outdoors who still crave creature comforts. It’s very well placed for those touring, being in the middle of nowhere yet close to some of New Zealand’s main attractions.
One of Auckland’s premier addresses, this large, modern hotel is where dignitaries and celebrities stay. It is luxurious without being pretentious, with plush rooms and all the facilities you’ll need. The most memorable aspect is the staff, who take a genuine interest in guests.
You can wake up to close views of tangled rainforest rising to high peaks at the Scenic, set in one of New Zealand’s most dramatic regions. This quiet, understated hotel makes an excellent base from which to explore, with super-comfy beds and a great little bar.
Close to the centre of the 'world’s adventure capital', the modern Millennium is well placed to explore both the town and the huge number of attractions in the area. It’s a comfortable hotel with signature courtyard garden, decent dining and enthusiastic staff.
Expect hip, modern style — courtesy of dark wood and stone materials coupled with vibrant red and blue textiles. The W also makes a distinct nod to Austin and the city's creative scene through its memorabilia, funky artwork and photographs of historic local music legends.
A dazzling white presence on Funchal’s Lido, this contemporary, design-centric hotel offers 220 rooms, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a health spa and a Malo medical and dental clinic. There are three restaurants and two bars, where local specialities come with an ocean view.
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