10 Fascinating Hotels Around The World

Written by Ashley Ferraro

Where are the most fascinating hotels across the world? In an age where architectural standards know no limits, the hospitality industry has used this to its advantage. Not to mention, a staff that treats their guests like royalty can totally enhance an experience. Or maybe it’s the hotel with superior cuisine you cherish above all. These 10 fascinating hotels located all over the globe have every aspect of a luxury hotel down to a science. Your next trip to paradise is just waiting to be discovered!

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Courtesy The Opposite House

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

In a bold union of contemporary style and traditional Chinese designs, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has created a spacious structure that lives up to its name. Conveniently centered in Beijing, guests have easy access to chic bars, eccentric restaurants and boutique shops. A stay at The Opposite House includes direct access to all four of its modern, animated restaurants and bars. The guests’ bathrooms are detailed with oak bathtubs and rainshowers to provide the ultimate relaxation getaway, while remaining in the heart of a bustling city.

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Courtesy Chablé Resort & Spa

Chablé Resort & Spa in Yucaton, Mexico

This luxury wellness resort is situated within the original 19th century walls of the working hacienda. Modern touches paired with traditional Mayan architecture makes guests feel as if they’re staying in fine a piece of artwork. Stocked with four stellar restaurants plus a building dedicated to storing tequila, guests can wind down while they enjoy authentic cuisine. The treatment cabins designed to practice traditional Maya healing rituals are arranged on the outside of a mysterious sink hole.

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Courtesy The Oberoi Udaivilas

The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur, India

The majestic city of Udaipur functions as the capital of the Kingdom of Mewar, a land embellished with extraordinary palaces, temples and gardens. Located on the banks of Lake Pichola, this resort stays true to the Udaipur’s nickname, “City of Lakes”. Comprised of an intricate layout of interconnecting domes and corridors, the resort’s fine architecture hardly compares to it’s exceptional accommodations. Daily yoga and personally curated spa treatments are worth noting.

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Courtesy Perivolas

Perivolas in Santorini, Greece

Boasting an inspirational land and seascape, the Perivolas Hotel creates an elegant and calming atmosphere. Exquisite architecture against the breathtaking views make for an unforgettable stay at this dreamlike vacation spot. It’s warm hospitality paired with signature cuisine makes guests feel at home on this little island in the middle of the Aegean Sea. The pictures alone tell why this is one of the most fascinating hotels in the world.

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Courtesy L’Hotel Marrakech

L’Hotel Marrakech in Morocco 
L’Hôtel embodies the charm of a 1930s hotel, while being adorned with authentic Moroccan decor carefully placed during its restoration. Owned by Jasper Conran, this 19th century riad was originally the most central part of a Caidal palace. Guests stay in one of five spacious suites that border a courtyard swimming pool and garden. Perhaps the greatest touch to L’Hôtel is the breathtaking view offered by its roof terrace. Visitors can lounge while they marvel at the Atlas mountains and the astonishing Marrakech skyline.
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Courtesy Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort

Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort in Chiang Rai, Thailand

Overlooking three different countries, Anantara Golden Triangle offers spectacular views and unforgettable experiences. Guests are able to observe, play and connect with the elephants at the Elephant Camp portion of the resort. Each room in this luxury resort features a balcony overlooking the tranquil jungle setting where elephants peacefully graze.

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Courtesy Four Seasons Resort Bali

Four Seasons Resort Bali in Sayan, Indonesia

Get a taste of Bali’s gentle nature at this luxurious resort at Jimbaran Bay. Guests are housed in carefully designed villas to give them the authentic Balinese cultural experience. Each of 147 villas is equipped with vibrant indoor and outdoor living areas, a private pool and a sun terrace. The magical views of the Indian Ocean allow guests to be captivated by the spirit of Bali.

Courtesy Amangiri

Amangiri in Canyon Point, Utah

This remote hotel located in souther Utah is the perfect spot for stargazing and taking in the unmatched beauty of the desert landscape. The surrounding untouched scenery is just waiting to be discovered by eager guests. Amangiri’s suites and common area are designed in a sleek, minimalistic style. Outside, the pool wraps around a giant boulder situated in the heart of the property. Amangiri captures most raw form of the mysterious desert essence.

Courtesy Le Sirenuse

Le Sirenuse in Positano, Italy

Originally the summer home of the Sersale family, they decided to convert it into this fascinating hotel overlooking the sea. Detailed with precious antiques, crisp Frette linens, and a pool terrace featuring an incredible view, this hotel embodies the soul of the Mediterranean. The friendly and attentive staff ensure that the intimacy and family-oriented service is experienced by guests at all times. If the grandstand views from the balconies in each room aren’t enough, guests can utilize the hotel’s boat to sail into the sunsets.

Courtesy Parrot Cay

COMO Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos

Located on it’s very own private island, this luxury resort spans across a mile-long beach. Each room, suite and beach villa is decorated by a soothing interior to make every guest feel completely at peace during their stay. With services focused on wellness, the hotel offers daily yoga sessions, early morning beach meditations and healing massages to encourage guests to disconnect. For guests who wish to remain active, snorkeling and kayaking are among the available excursions.



Written by Ashley Ferraro


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