Remote beachfront glamping, Paris apartments and even sustainable pods, whatever you are looking for in your hotel getaway we have found it for you.
Hear nature all around you, birds chirping and the stillness of the trees filling the silence while you disconnect and live off the grid in wonderful comfort at Wander in Queensland's Scenic Rim. The sustainability-driven accommodation boasts five secluded WanderPods overlooking Lake Wyaralong and bushland for as far as the eye could see, and it is from the Moy pod that you are almost guaranteed to spot koalas in their natural habitat. The pods are not furnished with TVs, ovens or microwaves, inviting you instead to bask in the stunning views nature has to offer and to use the barbecue to prepare meals, don't worry though, the pods include wifi and coffee machines, just because you might want to go off-grid does not mean no caffeine and emails for days.
Wake up to a spectacular view of La Sagrada Familia from your room at the recently opened The Hoxton in Barcelona. Boasting 240 rooms, the hotel, located in the El Poblenou neighbourhood, features a rooftop pool from where you can enjoy the sun, a fantastic ambiance and intoxicating tequila cocktails. The hotel is ideally located within walking distance to the beach and is home to Four Corners, a pizzeria serving Detroit-style pizza that you can enjoy on the sun terrace, on the go as you head out to explore the city, or in your room after a late night of bar-hopping.
Le Sereno in St. Barth's is back, bigger and more beautiful after a complete rebuild following the devastating Hurricane Irma. Facing the turquoise waters of the Grand Cul-de-Sac, the hotel now boasts brand new waterfront suites, a beach restaurant, a concept boutique and an upgraded spa. Putting the best of the Caribbean island on display, Le Sereno serves the crystal-clear waters as the backdrop to its sophisticated suites and minimalist design to not takeaway from the natural beauty of its location.
Move into your home away from home in Paris by checking into Le Belgrand. The boutique hotel nestled in the very posh 16th arrondissement of the French capital offers charming rooms designed like Parisian apartments, inviting you to live like Emily in Paris. Minutes from Avenue des Champs-Elysées and Place du Trocadéro, Le Belgrand lets you step out directly into the heart of the city with all its seductive beauty, and after wandering Paris's streets aligned with its recognisable architecture, slip into the hotel's bar and enjoy a glass of champagne.
Laze the day away under the sun in Sicily at Club Med Cefalù Resort. The Exclusive Collection resort features arabesque-style lounge beds, inviting you to soak in the Sicilian sun while enjoying the infinity pool and poolside service. The all-inclusive accommodation includes 3 restaurants, 4 bars, a sprawling spa for well-deserved massages, and even a scuba diving centre. This is where you check-in to check-out from your daily stresses.
Discover Australia's untouched beauty with Banubanu Beach Retreat. Located on Aboriginal land on Bremer Island in the Northern Territory, the Retreat is where you go to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of city-living and reconnect with nature. Offering a wonderful beachfront getaway, Banubanu has shed all unnecessary amenities, leaving guests with simple facilities to really appreciate the destination. The remote tropical glamping accommodation offers guests ensuite bathrooms, outdoor showers, elevated beachfront sundecks, and one of the most stunning views to wake up to every morning.
Ah Monte-Carlo, the playground of the rich and famous, and if you are wanting to check yourself into that life even for just a weekend then make sure you reserve a room at the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo. The plush 5-star hotel, built in the early 1900s, overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and oozes luxury with a royal palace vibe. Bars, spas and charming suites, this is where class meets understated glamour and where sophisticated palates will also be treated like royalty with the culinary talents of Yannick Alléno behind Pavyllon, the hotel's new restaurant where fine dining meets modern cuisine.