Luxury Hotels Reports
 NEW LUXURY HOTELS: The 25, Torquay

We don’t usually feature B&Bs on The Luxury Travel Bible but this one intrigued us. So, we bring you –The Best B&B in the World - as voted for by commentators on  Take a bow The 25.   Continue

 NEW LUXURY HOTELS: The Mark, New York

By now we all know that Meghan Markle’s New York baby shower was held at the Mark Hotel. So let’s take a look at what has been described as the world’s most expensive Suite.   Continue

LUXURY HOTELS: Hotel Narutis, Vilnius

We are in love with Lithuania. There is a relaxed pace about the country that makes it easy to fall for. At the heart of the country is its capital Vilnius. This is our Valentine to Vilnius and one hotel in particular –the charming boutique Hotel Narutis.  Continue

LUXURY HOTELS: Villa Maia, Lyon, France

The view from my room is incredible. This new hotel is the flagship project of the Maïa group, and no expense has been spared to make it very special indeed.  It has only been open just over a year and already it is bringing a whole different class of  travellers to Lyon.  Continue

 LUXURY HOTELS: The Ritz, London

The Ritz London has been entertaining royalty and the aristocracy for generations. The Ritz has created an elusive selection of luxurious accommodation programmes to help one to enjoy the 2018 social season in style.   Continue

LUXURY HOTELS: The Silo, Cape Town, S. Africa

This one gets our vote for the most exciting luxury hotel opening in years. We predict that its innovative architecture will make it an icon on the Cape Town waterfront, while its  stylish interiors will make it that rare thing; hotel-as-destination. Continue

  LUXURY HOTELS: Sage Hotel, Brisbane, Aus.

Established a stroll away from the busier 'green' end of James Street, you'll find the new Sage Hotel, an upscale four-storey boutique property snuggling up to the historic Queens Arms Hotel. Continue

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