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CovetED’s Picks For the Best Hotels Around The WorldSunday 16 September 2018
CovetED’s Picks For the Best Hotels Around The World ⇒ If you love a luxury stay, then you should consider one of these hotels for your next trip! Today, CovetED brings you its picks regarding the best hotels around the world. From New York to Lisbon, this list covers everywhere you might want to spend an exquisite time! Written by Andre Martins
Lower Manhattan has become New York City‘s hottest district and Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is in the heart of it. At the crossroads of Tribeca and the Financial District, just a block from One World Trade Center, Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown adds its classic architectural profile to the world’s most famous skyline.
Designed by architect Robert A. M. Stern, the hotel reflects the luxury of Manhattan’s most talked-about residences. Inside, on floors, seven through 24, global design star Yabu Pushelberg has created chic and richly layered urban retreats in all 28 suites and 189 guest rooms – which begin at a spacious 400 square feet each -, some of them featuring incredible balconies over the Big Apple. The rooms embrace a warm, residential quality with all the comforts and conveniences Four Seasons is known for.
In this incredible hotel, you can claim your spot at CUT by Wolfgang Puck, the celebrity chef’s first restaurant in Manhattan or escape to the peaceful spa and dip into Downtown’s newest lap pool.
Address: 27 Barclay St, New York, NY 10007, USA
Nestled in the heart of Geneva, just a short walk from the Jet d’eau and the old town, and along the legendary Rue de Rhône, this historic five-star superior property offers 127 rooms and luxurious suites. The Hospitality was founded in 1854 and hosted numerous international conferences, including the Big Four in 1995.
The innovative design of the hotel follows an alpine inspiration, with parquet floors and an absolute eye-catcher, the colourful wallpapers, which symbolise the seas of flowers as encountered in the Swiss Alps.
Address: Quai du Général-Guisan 34, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
Marrakech holds many wonderful secrets but one of its best hidden and most exclusive gems, Lodge K, is where you can experience Moroccan culture and, of course, its mouthwatering cuisine. Before it was turned into a beautiful boutique hotel, Lodge K was Sonia’s private house, when she used to commute between Paris and Marrakech. What happened a few years later was that she could no longer deny her love for the Moroccan city and its lifestyle, which ultimately made her pack her bags and move there.
If you are visiting Marrakech in the near future, we would absolutely recommend a stay at Lodge K. You shouldn’t leave the Boutique Hotel without trying their amazing Moroccan inspired restaurant, the breathtaking outdoor pool and, of course, their otherworldly spa treatments at K-Spa Hammam.
Address: Route de Fes, Km5 Dar Tounsi 40 000 Commune Ennakhil _ Marrakech
Located next to the landmark Ibn Battuta Mall, the Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Dubai offers five-star facilities as well an extraordinary setting. Its 396 spacious luxury guestrooms replicate the Arabian heritage through the beautiful decoration. The hotel dedicates three floors to their business travellers with eleven huge meeting rooms to corporate guests.
The Mövenpick Hotel has a partnership with the five-star hotel named Oceana beach club. Located on the Jumeirah Palm, this partnership allows all guests to experience the amazing beaches and pool. All the movements between both hotels are assured by Mövenpick staff that has a bus to make all the rides for the clients.
Address: Sheikh Zayed Rd, Adjacent to Ibn Battuta Shopping Mall – دبي – United Arab Emirates
Portugal is trending in the tourism sector and from year to year, the growth is notorious. Throughout the country you can see the most beautiful tourist investments growing, investments that become more than simple spaces, some of them become works of art, pieces of history, as a matter of fact, inspirations. In one of the most emblematic places of the Portuguese capital was born a Hotel called Governor’s Palace with the insignia of the group NAU Hotels & Resorts. Located in Belém and with a privileged view of the Tower of Belém, we find a 17-century building that was the object of a great recovery and modernization to offer a cosier and contemporary atmosphere.
It is worth mentioning that the Hotel is near the most famous pastry shop in Portugal where you can find the traditional Pasteis de Belém. Lisbon will be the combination of useful and pleasant, enjoy one of the most incredible cities in Europe full of culture and traditions, listening to fado in the neighbourhood of Alfama will be one of the greatest pleasures that you will live in Lisbon and do not miss a tour around the famous downtown Chiado.
Address: R. Bartolomeu Dias 117, 1400-030 Lisboa
Offering sweeping views of Lisbon’s most iconic architectural and historic sites, the Five-star luxury hotel Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon was inaugurated in 1959. It was built with the purpose of giving a modern legacy and international appeal to the city as well as adding prestige to the Portuguese hotel industry. Ritz Lisbon has been managed by the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts since 1997.
Featuring an eclectic mix of sculptures, paintings and tapestries, the hotel is quite representative of national values and the independence of the Portuguese spirit; it almost seems to be an authentic contemporary art museum. The decoration of the rooms, originally entrusted to a series of decorators and designers, favours the largest diversity of tastes as possible.
Address: R. Rodrigo da Fonseca 88, 1099-039 Lisbon
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