When I think about a holiday to Tenerife, the first thoughts that spring to mind are not – peaceful, luxury, relaxing and boutique. Yet at the Gran Melia Palacio de Isora this does indeed exist, within its rarified, adults only ‘Red Level’.
Corinthia Hotel London is perfectly placed for a luxe London break with top sights nearby, sumptuous rooms, excellent dining and exquisite spa…
With a lovely beachside setting, an excellent range of dinning options, extensive conference facilities, as well as the most attentive and helpful staff you could hope to find, the Ritz Carlton is an excellent choice for a relaxing break, a conference, wedding or honeymoon and is to my mind one of the best hotels in Dubai.
In the sacred forest of Makasutu, you will find the perfect place to escape the world, relax and unwind. With just nine lodges, at many times, it will feel as if you have this magical setting all to yourself.
Having opened just last year, this small boutique hotel is sure to prove popular. With just 5 double bedrooms plus 1 suite and with no children allowed, it is a serene oasis in the colourful country of The Gambia. The Austrian owners left their careers in publishing to build their dream home with a small, family run hotel attached, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and they invite you to share their dream with them.
In one of the most affluent areas of London, the Millennium Gloucester is a stylish hotel in a great location for both business or leisure travellers visiting the city. When I found the entrance to the hotel I was surprised to see what resembled an underground car park but as I walked towards the doors I was transported to a world of comfort and luxury. What struck me most about my stay was how exceptionally charming and polite all the staff were, from the moment I arrived at reception to the housekeeping staff I passed in the corridor, making my stay a much more intimate experience than you would expect from a hotel with over 600 rooms.
In an ideal location by the beach and close to the ferry terminal, this lovely hotel mixes modern comfort with Victorian elegance. It really was wonderful to wake up to a view of the sea, followed by a leisurely breakfast on the terrace, a walk on the beachand. There was even time for a relaxing massage, before I checked out to catch my ferry.
On the vast stretch of sandy beach known as Petite Côte, between Mbour’s fishing port and the seaside resort of Saly, you will find a small hotel that is a real gem. Owned by a French collector of African antiques, the Tama Lodge is the ideal base for an exotic and relaxing break.