With a rooftop infinity pool overlooking one of Naxos’s prettiest beaches, this is a good-value spot for families or couples. Simple and spacious rooms offer a comfortable escape from the sun, and a selection of simple tavernas serving hearty portions are just out the front door.
The definition of barefoot luxury. This peaceful hilltop collection of chic, minimalist villas houses a friendly and elegant hotel with a simple but top-notch restaurant. Glorious views over Naxos Town give an excellent sense of place – and the beach is just a walk away.
Reportedly Naomi Campbell’s favourite hotel — and after staying here, it may just be yours too. This is all-inclusive but not as you know it; a tiny, luxurious, exclusive resort of just 12 cabins, set atop and aside the cliffs of Negril. You’ll never want to leave.
This sophisticated hotel, set in a former monastery in an 11th-century walled hamlet, is immersed in the rolling Tuscan countryside. Facilities include three outdoor swimming pools, a state-of-the-art spa and two restaurants with menus overseen by Gordon Ramsay.
A striking flourish of contemporary architecture, with a calming interior that takes you away from airport bustle. Artworks, features and fittings are by top Dutch designers. Bedrooms make a peaceful retreat, there’s a soothing spa, and the restaurant serves excellent (non-airport) cuisine.
With lots of character but few frills, the three-star Convento de San Francisco is an historic hotel in the heart of Vejer de la Frontera, a hilltop town on the Costa de la Luz. With charming if basic rooms, a popular café terrace and a friendly vibe, this is an attractive, inexpensive option.
This relaxed and friendly hostel, set above a Kemp Town pub, is ideal for stag or hen party groups and backpackers seeking a convenient crash pad close to the city’s club scene. It's just five minutes from the pier and also within easy walking distance of the town centre and all attractions.
The first of the Paris-based 9Hotel chain to open in Brussels. 9Hotel Central demonstrates clearly what sets the brand apart: distinctive, unfussy design and polished, professional service combined with small-hotel intimacy, and subtle decorative touches.
9Hotel Sablon is a member of a small chain of 'lifestyle hotels' based in Paris and trades on its intimate scale and refreshingly vibrant yet coolly understated design panache. “A place of inspiration and creation”, suggests the hotel, and it’s a fair claim.
Built on the site of a Dominican Abbey in the centre of historic Brussels, The Dominican has style and swagger – a tone set by the flaming torches at the entrance, and the suite of stately, stone-flagged public rooms set around a courtyard. Yet there's also an emphasis on modern comfort and ease.
The Asteri is a slightly old-fashioned family-run hotel that makes a reliable choice for an extended stay, but not really for a quick overnight between ferries. It is currently the only disabled-accessible hotel on Pátmos, and can occasionally get booked out by special-interest groups (yoga or painting courses).
Malabar House is an 18th-century building in the heart of Fort Kochi’s heritage zone that once served as the town’s British headquarters. It is now a sumptuous heritage boutique hotel, decorated with contemporary art as well as antiques from around India.
The Old Harbour is a sprawling 300-year-old property in a beautiful garden in the historical heart of Fort Kochi, owned at various times by the Dutch, Portuguese and British. More recently, Kerala’s oldest hotel has been lovingly restored and was shortlisted for a Unesco world heritage award.
Remote, serene and as close to nature as luxury resorts get. Purity exudes sophisticated elegance and prioritises wellbeing, on the shores of stunning Vembanad Lake. For those wanting to recharge their batteries, this intimate complex offers yoga, ayurveda and great excursions.
On the beautiful, pine-laced bay of Llafranc, this is a small but good-value, family-run hotel, attached to an acclaimed, Michelin-starred restaurant. The airy rooms are simple and compact but feel much more stylish and contemporary than you’d expect for the price.
This relaxed and welcoming revamped village pub has a scenic setting in North Staffordshire’s Churnet Valley (just down the road from Alton Towers) and delivers a neat little package of attractive rooms, decent pub grub and a family-friendly attitude.
Austria is famous for its traditional inns, all cosy and carved wood. But it also offers strikingly modern hotels — such as the 94-room Penz, right in the heart of the old city. The building may be made of steel and glass but it blends in nicely with its surroundings. Comfortable and convenient.
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