Looking for inspiration on where to stay on your next luxury vacation? You’re in for a treat, then! In my previous blog, I did a run down of some of the best hotels to stay in. The good news is, that previous blog is actually Part 1 a 2-part series meaning I have more hotels to feature. So, get your passports ready as I am about to give you a glimpse of four more of the world’s best hotels! Here the are:
The Gritti Palace in Venice, Italy. If you are fond of classic structures, then you should make sure to stay in The Gritti Palace in Venice. Built during the 16th Century, everything about this majestic palazzo screams luxury. The hotel also has a great view of the Grand Canal which is a view that will definitely up the romance atmosphere a hundred times for honeymooners. If you’re social media savvy, you will fall in love with the abundance of pastel in the area—just the perfect backdrop for any Instagram photo you’ll take!
Four Seasons Hotel in Moscow, Russia. Visiting Russia soon? Book a stay at the Four Seasons for a luxurious experience you will never forget. The hotel is situated near popular landmarks such as the Red Square, the Kremlin, and the State Duma so it will make sightseeing a lot easier. That is, if you can pry yourself out of Four Season’s beds! The posh interiors, bend over backwards service, excellent amenities and the spacious, comfortable rooms will tempt you not to leave the hotel during your whole stay.
Claridge in London, England. If you could describe the word “elegant” by only using hotels, Claridge will definitely make the cut! Considered as one of the best 5-start luxury hotels in the world, you should definitely include a night or two at Claridge in your London bucketlist. The classically-styled interiors adorned with timeless art pieces will definitely bring out your luxurious side!
Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo, Japan. As one of the busiest cities in the world, it is quite rare to find a spot in Tokyo that provides that quiet solitude you yearn for after being saturated in the hustle and bustle of the city. Good thing, Mandarin Oriental provides just that! Great service, amazing facilities, and rooms that will set the mood for a relaxing couple of nights is what the Mandarin Oriental is known for. And oh—did I mention that the hotel also offers a great view of Tokyo?