15 of The World’s  Best New Luxury  Hotels

Travel has resumed across much of the world and hotels are doing all they can to attract these travelers. The luxury hotel sector is no exception.

LTI recently released its 2021 list of the world’s best and worst luxury hotels. The following are the properties that received LTI’s highest seal of approval.

Raffles Udaipur, India

Raffles’ first Indian outpost  is exquisite. It occupies a 21-acre private island on Udai Sagar Lake and comes framed by ornamental gardens.

The untrodden Negev Desert is not an obvious place to open a luxury hotel, which makes it particularly memorable. Set between rocks and dunes, this indulgent wellness retreat combines typical Six Senses amenities.

Six Senses  Shaharut, Israel

One&Only Portonovi, Montenegro

5 out of 5

Set beachside by a new marina-resort on glittering Kotor Bay, its perks range from barrel-aged cocktails and food by Giorgio Locatelli to a Chenot Espace spa.

Airelles Chateau de Versaille

it has an astonishing position in the Château de Versailles’ grounds and its out-of-hours palace access. All 14 airy bedrooms delight, their limited number creating an intimate feel.

Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid

Mandarin Oriental’s fun reprise of Madrid’s Ritz accentuates the building’s heritage via Quique Dacosta’s contemporary cooking and Jorge Vázquez uniforms for the staff.

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