A dazzling luxury boutique spot in Córdoba’s historic core. Balcón de Córdoba is a splendid revamp of a 17th-century monastery, with calming flower-fringed patios, subtly sumptuous rooms and unbelievably beautiful rooftop-terrace views, all a stone’s throw from the majestic Mezquita.
An artfully decorated hotel in London’s former literary quarter, just around the corner from the British Museum. The bedrooms have lots of character, while the buzzing atmosphere is enhanced at night by the purposely niche Steak & Lobster restaurant.
The restaurant is the draw at this rural Exmoor hotel, offering guests cuisine from double Michelin-starred chef Michael Caines at affordable prices. The hotel itself is friendly and comfortable, but its grounds are spoilt by ugly self-catering units.
A Renaissance villa in the grand style; its original features still intact. The Torre di Bellosguardo offers authentic atmosphere rather than luxury, a superb location away from the crowds and good value.
El Lodge is a boutique winter-only hotel with a relaxed modern vibe on the slopes of the Sierra Nevada ski resort, rebuilt for winter 2015/16 after a fire destroyed its first incarnation in 2013. It’s owned by the Marbella Club and is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
One of only two lodgings in a 16,000-ha private concession connecting Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks. This vintage-style tented camp is a stylish oasis in a vital migration corridor, the land and its abundant wildlife protected in part by every guest who stays here.
This is probably Capri’s most impressively located hotel, perched above the Faraglioni rockstacks at the end of panoramic Via Tragara. Punta Tragara was designed in the 1920s by French architect Le Corbusier. A refurb has given it a stylish classic-contemporary look to match its romantic setting.
Perhaps Capri’s most exclusive small luxury hotel – and also one of the most expensive – this pretty, plant-fringed caprese attracts a well-heeled repeat clientele that prizes its discretion and uncluttered, old-school elegance. The sweeping views over town, mountain and sea are quite something.
Set in a medieval watchtower jutting out into the sea, this Tuscan hotel features original 16th-century details and contemporary furnishings. The restaurant serves excellent fish dishes, and there are plenty of activities in the area including golf and vineyard tours.
This welcoming lakefront hotel on Maggiore’s northern shore is spread out over three buildings, each decorated in a distinctive style. The property has excellent facilities, including three swimming pools, two saunas and four restaurants. Service is exceptional.
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