Top 10, Travel

Top 10: Hotels for their location

1. Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California. For the lovers of the great outdoors and Henry Miller.

2. Wickaninnish Inn, Vancouver Island, Canada. ‘Rustic Elegance on nature’s edge, set between the rainforest and the blue waters of the Pacific.’  (courtesy of Wickaninnish Inn)

3. Ice hotel, Sweden. Sleep in an ice cube and see the Northern lights at this art and design ice hotel and.

4. Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, India. Feel like a James Bond Girl in Octopussy in Udaipur, known as the Venice of East, with its ‘fairytale palaces, placid lakes, exotic temples and resplendent gardens’.

5. Parador de Granada, Alhambra, Spain. ‘Spend the night in the Alhambra complex, among gardens and fountains that evoke a past in which the Arab and the Christian intermingled’.

6. Belmond Santuary Lodge, Macchu Piccu, Peru. ‘Located within the sanctuary of Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and voted one of the New Wonders of the World’.

7. Chateau Chevre D’Or, Eze, France. At the heart of Eze Village, a medieval perched village on the Cote D’azur, le Chateau Chevre D’or is a perfect base to explore the coast from Monaco to Nice.

8. Uma by COMO, Paro, Bhutan. ‘Explore the unexplored Bhutan in ‘an intimate, 29-room resort featuring the most exclusive private villas in Bhutan with an enviable location in the Paro Valley’.

9. Governor’s Camp, Masai Mara, Kenya, Africa. ‘In the heart of the best wildlife viewing areas of Kenya and Rwanda, set in some of East Africa’s most spectacular scenery.’

10. Four Seasons Explorer, Maldives. ‘Embark on the ultimate marine odyssey aboard our floating resort, Four Seasons Explorer…most intimate resort experience, Four Seasons Explorer, a 39-metre (129-foot) three-deck catamaran, takes a maximum of 22 guests on a marine and cultural adventure into the undiscovered Maldives.’


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