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La Dolce Vita: Five Luxury Hotels to Put on Your Post-Covid Bucket List

As the world begins to open up, those dream holiday destinations are a little closer to becoming a reality. Whether you have your heart set on galavanting through Europe or relaxing in Asia, it’s never too early to start researching that trip. We’ve put together a guide to some of the best luxury hotels that we’re dying to visit once the borders open, and until then at least we can dream.

Amangiri Resort

Location: Canyon Point, Colorado U.S.

With over 40 resorts in 22 countries, luxury resort chain Aman is known for creating exquisite hotel experiences in awe-inspiring locations. One of our favourite Aman properties is Amangiri Resort in America’s specular Colorado Plateau. Set amongst the dramatic red-rock desert gorges, ridges and canyons, Amangiri Resort seamlessly blends into its natural surroundings. With secluded safari tents, luxurious suites and sparkling oasis-like pools, the resort is a spectacularly romantic place. While you’re there, make sure you try out the restaurant’s take on the culinary heritage of the Navajo and the American Southwest.

Soneva Jani

Location: Medhufaru Island, Manadhoo, Maldives

Soneva is a highly renowned hotel chain with a number of luxurious properties in the tropical islands of the Maldives and Thailand. Focusing on bespoke experiences where luxury is defined as having peace, time and space, the properties are removed from busy urban environments. Located in a secluded bay of the Maldives, Soneva Jani offers guests luxurious floating suites with private pools and waterslides. With private observatories, outdoor ocean cinemas and specialised kids areas, you won’t ever want to leave.

Capella Singapore

Location: Sentosa Island, Singapore

Capella Singapore is a secluded luxury resort nestled into the luscious Sentosa Island. Designed by world-renowned architects, the sprawling resort uniquely captures Singapore’s colonial heritage and contemporary multicultural society. With elegant rooms, suites and villas, guests also have access to a magical infinity pool with views to the ocean and surrounding forest, private jacuzzis, expansive balconies and restaurants reinventing the region’s favourite dishes. If you want to retreat from the world for a little while then Capella Singapore is the place to go.

Le Sirenuse Positano

Location: Positano, Italy

This dreamy resort sits amongst Positano’s lemon trees, bougainvillea and the Mediterranean sea. Having opened in 1951, the resort has been run by three generations of the same family, who enrich the property with their love, style and passion for the region. Rooms are furnished with a blend of antique objects, contemporary art and luxurious touches. With romantic garden restaurants, views to the sea and plenty of places to catch that sultry Mediterranean sun, you are fall in love with Le Sirenuse Positano.

The Oberoi Udaivilas

Location: Udaipur, India

With over 32 hotels under its name, The Oberoi is an unrivalled luxury hotel chain. Out of all the properties, the Oberoi Udaivilas is arguably the most spectacular. Sitting on the banks of the city of lakes, the palatial hotel looks over Udaipur and its mountains, temples and romantic waters. With only 87 rooms, the hotel offers a boutique experience with private pools, garden terraces and holistic day spas. We guarantee that there’s no better place to experience a morning yoga practice.

If you’re looking for more post-covid international travel inspiration then make sure you read our guides to the most luxurious resorts in Abu Dhabi and Paris.

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