With vacation on hold for more than a year now, many people itching for some much-needed rest and relaxation are planning to go all out. Why not taking the occasion to discover one of the brand new luxury hotels in the market?
For many, splurging is necessary as travel restrictions start to ease in some countries, particularly those who were able to combat the spread of COVID-19. While 2020 has been a quiet year for the hotel and tourism industry, it seems that this year will see tons of luxury hotel debuts. If you plan to have a high-end getaway, here are some of the hotels that are planned to open this year.
Aman New York
If you plan to visit New York City, the concrete jungle is set to welcome Aman New York in the first quarter of 2021. The luxury hotel is a transformation of the Crown Building that gives a new life with the spirit of Aman living through its hallways and corridors.
Featuring the work of Jean-Michel Gathy, Aman New York will have 83 rooms and 22 residences where homeowners and guests can share access to the Aman Members Club. The building overlooks 57th Street and 5th Avenue of Central Park, making it a luxurious sanctuary.
Airelles Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle
Nothing is more regal than getting to spend your time inside palace grounds. At Airelles Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle, guests can have a lavish stay with private access to the palace, its indoor pool, and the onsite Alain Ducasse restaurant.
This place is a perfect destination for those looking for a secluded vacation spot to enjoy utmost luxury.
Those who are craving the ultimate luxurious getaway will surely look forward to the opening of the Casa Formentera. This quaint hotel only has 14 rooms that are nestled on the beautiful white sands of Playa Migjorn.
Located in the Balearic Islands, Spain, Casa Formentera is a jet-set destination you should plan to visit once it opens this spring.
If you follow luxury news, you would know that André Kretschmann is no longer with LVMH as he now serves as the general manager of Chedi Kudavillingi, which is set to open in the Maldives.
This coastal property will have 99 villas along its coral island. It will also feature a 490-foot pool, spa, and top-notch service that only you will experience in this islet.
Kālesma Mykonos may be among the hotels that were affected by the ongoing pandemic. The 27-room hotel in Greece was supposed to open come summer, but restrictions delayed its opening. However, many jet setters will find this place worthy of the wait.
Located at the hills overlooking Ornos Bay, the hotel gives its guests one of the most spectacular views of the sea. Plus, it also serves some of the best menus that you could ever find in Athens.
Rosewood Sao Paolo
Rosewood has been known for its luxurious hotel chains globally, and the latest addition is the repurposed 20th century Cidade Matarazzo. In addition to having a new tower, the hotel also features a futuristic vertical garden.
This Brazil hotel is a fusion of artistic minds as some renowned artists, including Jean Nouvel, Philippe Starck, and Vik Muniz, worked together to create this masterpiece.
Bulgari has been partnering with Marriot to create some of the best accommodations. The seventh site they are working on is the Bulgari Paris, located at the heart of Triangle d’Or.
Not only will guests enjoy luxurious rooms, but they can also satisfy their cravings at their restaurant headed by Michelin-star superchef Niko Romito. Imagine getting private car service Denver and jetting off to a luxury hotel in Paris.
If you want to get the best of your vacation this year, you have to wait for these hotels to open, but they’re guaranteed to help travelers enjoy themselves, both in 2021 and the years to come.