New Luxury Hotels Embracing Natural Beauty Worldwide

Exclusive yacht charters, beachside dining, and urban green spaces are some of our top events this year.

Muir Hotel | Nova Scotia

In the Queen’s Marque area located in the heart of HalifaxMuir‘s new harborside hotel, which has 109 rooms, gives its guests the treatment of a queen by offering excursions on a 36-foot boat and access to an exclusive art gallery. The hotel’s BKS bar serves cocktails from the Prohibition era and cocktails on a private terrace. The food menu of Drift is a tribute to the seafood of the region – look at poached Nova Scotia lobster and Prince Edward Island mussels accompanied by spaghetti as well as Newfoundland Tuna Tartare. Virtuoso guests get breakfast each day, as well as 100 hotel credits.

Regent Phu Quoc | Vietnam

One-hour flight is the only way to connect Ho Chi Minh City to the lush, sandy beaches on Phu Quoc island, home to Regent Hotels & Resorts, its initial Vietnamese property that will be open from April 2022. The soothing neutrals and minimalist décor provide a tranquil setting with over 176 suites and 126 villas with terraces with views of The Gulf of Thailand and private swimming pools, either infinity or a plunge. Rooftop Fu Bar serves drinks with gin at the pool, Oku restaurant tries French-Japanese fusion, and Rice Market celebrates traditional Southeast Asian flavors. Virtuoso guests get breakfast every day and a $100 Hotel credit.

You can choose between the pool or beach in the InterContinental Ras Al Khaimah, Mina Al Arab Resort and Spa.

InterContinental Ras Al Khaimah Mina Al Arab Resort & Spa | UAE

Private pools and palm-lined beaches surround Ras Al Khaimah‘s 351 suites, rooms, and villas in secluded locations with leisure and relaxation options along the northwest coast of the UAE. Tennis courts and a kids club keep families entertained as spa treatments and yoga classes for the morning focus on relaxation and self-care. Take advantage of Turkish and Lebanese meals accompanied by stunning Persian Gulf views at Levant & Nar, one of Six dining options at the hotel’s drink places. Virtuoso guests are provided breakfast daily, and the hotel will credit you $100.

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Relaxation meets nature at the newly opened Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok.

Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok | Thailand

The hotel has 274 rooms. This urban wellness resort offers the tranquil gardens of the nearby Lumphini Park – one of Bangkok‘s most expansive green areas. The brand-new Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel is expanding the city’s famous food scene by offering afternoon tea (traditional as well as vegan) with a lush green backdrop in the Lobby Lounge and traditional Thai food served on an outdoor terrace in Flourish. Thai massage, hydrothermal experience salt saunas, and floating therapy are part of the menu of spa services for guests at Sindhorn Wellness by Resense, alongside customized yoga and fitness programs. Virtuoso members are provided with breakfast each day, as well as 100 hotel credits.

The Tampa Edition | Florida

Water Street Tampa – a 56-acre walkable waterfront neighborhood located in Downtown Tampa. The community is set to feature its first 5-star hotel soon. A 2,200 square-foot penthouse is the centerpiece of the Tampa Edition‘s 172 rooms and 37 private residences that will open in the coming year at Hillsborough Bay; amenities currently being planned are a wellness center, rooftop bar, terrace and an agreement with Michelin-starred chef John Fraser. Virtuoso customers get breakfast every day and 100 hotel credits.

Its Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok hotel celebrates Thai culture throughout the hotel with everything from street-food-inspired tapestries to food and martial arts training in the fitness center. It is a great place to get Lumpini Fighting massages – inspired by the movements of martial arts that are practiced by Muay Thai boxers; therapists press knees, elbows, elbows, knuckles, and thumbs onto pressure points to improve circulation and relieve muscle pain. “When we reward ourselves with feeling good, we can be our true self,” Buntongkaew states. “And when we are kind to ourselves, we also share that heartfelt compassion with others.”


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