You Should Travel Before You Die, 7 Most Attractive Hotels In The World

1.Joali on Muravandhoo Island, Maldives

Many people have the Maldives on their travel wish lists, and Jolie is the region’s first and only immersive retreat with an emphasis on art. With a focus on layered textures and fusing indoor and outdoor living areas, the 73 villa property’s architecture and interior design meld with the island’s natural features. The on-site Joali Art Studio & Gallery showcases creations by international and regional artists.

2.St. Regis Bora Bora in French Polynesia

You won’t want to leave your overwater villa at the St. Regis Bora Bora, which is one of the biggest of its kind in the South Pacific and is furnished with an Italian marble bathtub, a sizable open-air living area, and glass panels that display the lagoon below. Admire architectural elements found throughout the resort, such as sculpted columns and Venetian stucco wall treatments, as you watch the sunset against the majestic background of Mount Otemanu.

3.Amanyara in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

At Amanyara, a spectacular seaside resort with 36 timber-shingled pavilions, each with a private terrace and sundeck, and 20 villas, each on 1.5 acres and with its own private cooks and hosts, the ocean really is this blue. Amanyara is located next to North West Point Marine National Park. At the four-bedroom Tranquility Villa, experience the height of luxury floating in your own infinity pool.

4.Silky Oaks Lodge in Queensland, Australia

The opulent Silky Oaks Lodge, which is a part of Bailie Lodges, is tucked between Australia’s Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef and offers a singular experience to those seeking tranquility. Tucked up inside modern treehouses inspired by nature beneath the rainforest canopy, you’ll experience a sense of being a part of the jungle itself. Each of the treehouse apartments features freestanding outdoor stone bathtubs, which is a unique feature.

5.The Oberoi Udaivilas Udaipur in Rajasthan, India

The magnificent Oberoi Udaivilas Udaipur offers views of City Palace, a 17th-century monument of opulence and an iconic symbol of the city. Its majestic attributes are carried over to the resort, which was designed to resemble an old-style Indian palace. Richly decorated suites with individual terraces (and some with swimming pools) are the ideal starting points for exploring the surroundings of the oldest living dynasty in the world. Fountains and reflecting pools dot the property, paying homage to its setting on the banks of Lake Pichola.


In Canada’s oldest national park, this 133-year-old Fairmont Banff Springs hotel has 757 rooms. The hotel’s rooms are decorated in the style of a Scottish baronial castle and offer panoramic views of the nearby Rockies. If you’re searching for a winter snow vacation that doesn’t entail skiing or snowboarding, the opulent hotel is outfitted with a bowling alley, tennis courts, and a 27-hole championship golf course.


This 600-acre beachfront resort on St. Lucia’s southwest Caribbean coast makes the most of its breathtaking tropical setting and encourages visitors to disconnect while there. Visitors may awe at the expansive vistas of the twin Pitons and the Caribbean Sea because none of the 29 guest sanctuaries have the fourth wall. From the coziness of your four-poster canopy bed, observe the stars as the sun sets.


Ellerman House, located in Bantry Bay’s charming Edwardian-era home, has a view of the Atlantic Ocean. 13 bedrooms and two three-bedroom villas with expansive views of the ocean and the estate’s well-kept gardens make up this award-winning luxury boutique hotel. Art enthusiasts will enjoy the on-site contemporary art gallery and won’t want to miss a look through one of the most esteemed private collections in the nation.

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