Luxury travel redefined

por The Winners
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If the global pandemic tought us any lessons, it taught us to value the true luxury of travel. It’s taught us the importance of taking a break from our daily routines and how travel enriches our mental health and wellness. We’ve traveled the world to bring you five exclusive destinations to visit post-pandemic.

 

Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas

If there is one word that sumarizes the Maldives it’s exclusivity. Situated within the UNESCO Biosphere of the Baa Atoll, the super exclusive Anantara Kihavah has just 80 spacious villas. All accommodations feature a large infinity pool, large wooden deck and spacious living areas complete with sofa bed, hammock and lounge chairs. Inside the villas, guests can enjoy walk-in closets, outdoor showers and oversized bathtubs, large enough for two, with a glass bottom offering a mesmerizing view of the ocean. The luxury resort is known for the unique experiences it offers like the most powerful telescope in the Indian Ocean and the only observatory over water in the Maldives, underwater restaurant SEA, which has been voted the most Instagramable restaurant in the world several times and one of the best house reefs to go snorkeling in the Maldives. Information: www.anantara.com

Palmaïa – The House of AïA

Sustainability is booming in luxury travel and Mexico is a leading destination in sustainable travel. Palmaïa – The House of AïA, a recently[1]opened sustainable luxury resort with 234 suites in Playa del Carmen has quickly earned a reputation as one of the nation’s leading green resorts, with an innovative apporach to wellness. Part of the luxury resort’s recent growth among Brazilian travelers is a direct result of consumer trends that have been accelerated by the pandemic, including a greater focus on sustainability and well-being. The resort does not use plastic bottles, uses energy from solar panels and other renewable sources, and has a unique program called Architects of Life, that includes a series of more than 20 ancient practices and rituals, included in the daily rate, for guests to explore deeper meanings and delve into the mysteries of life. Information: www.TheHouseofAia.com

Regent Seven Seas – Barcelona to Venice

With ships in port for more than a year, the cruise industry was one of the most heavily impacted by the COVID pandemic. As travelers around the globe are increasingly able to obtain the vaccine, the luxury cruise industry is set to restart later this year. Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the leading luxury cruise line with known for the world’s most luxurious fleet of ships announced return to sailing with Seven Seas Splendor cruising in fall 2021. The voyage will mark the Seven Seas Splendor’s inaugural season with itineraries in October like a 12-night cruise from starting from Barcelona on to Monte Carlo and passing through Italy’s most beautiful regions like Tuscany, Rome, the Amalfi Coast, Sicily and ending in Venice. The only truly all[1]inclusive luxury cruise line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers unlimited complimentary shore excursions are available in every port, gourmet cuisine in a range of specialty restaurants and al fresco dining venues, fine wines and spirits. Information: https://pt.rssc.com/

EAST Miami

Miami will always play a special part in travel from Brazil. With deep business and social connections between Brazil and Miami, as more Brazilians are vaccinated Miami is set to trend once again as Brazilians rediscover destinations that are familiar. With a plethora of new museums, restaurants and neighborhoods to explore, Miami is an ever changing bridge between Latin America and the US. Located in the heart of Brickell, the financial and business center of Miami EAST, Miami is a design and innovation hotel that brings influences from Asia to Miami. EAST, Miami offers 352 guest rooms and suites with contemporarty and modern design, balconies with views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay, floor-to-ceiling windows, walk-in rain shower, cutting edge technology, and quality amenities. The hotel’s restaurant and bar are a hit amongst locals with Uruguayan restaurant, Quinto La Huella, on the hotel’s fifth floor as well as Sugar, the 40th floor Asian inspired rooftop bar and garden, serving tapas, cocktails & Miami sunsets. Information: www.EastHotels.com

Royal Mansour Marrakech

Marrakech has enchanted global travelers for centuries. With a unique blend of Berber culture fused with French influences, Marrakech embodies all that is exotic. From the bustling noise in the Medina, to the fragrante aromas of dried fruits and spices, to the ornate architecture. In 2020, Morocco took home the prize as the ‘Best Spa Destination in Africa” at the World Spa Awards and much of that can be attributed to the iconic Royal Mansour Hotel in Marrakech. Constructed at the behest of the King of Morocco, the luxury hotel is masterclass in Moroccan artisanship at every turn. Comprised of just 53 exclusive individual riads with private terraces and pools, a beautifully manicured and expansive garden filled with citrus trees and the iconic Royal Mansour Spa. The three-story, 2.500 m2 spa is instanty recognizable by the intricate and elegant White lattice-work and world-renowned for it’s wellness therapies. The spa’s newly-launched Immunity Boost Program offers three or five day programs focused on physical activities, nutrition plans, and holistic treatments that purify the body from accumulated toxins, relieve physical tension and emotional blockages and strengthen the body’s immune system. Information: www.RoyalMansour.com

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