Amanemu will be located on the shores of Ago Bay in the Ise Shima National Park. These things take time: the resort openings get delayed—and this is the case with Zil Pasyon.
High-speed rail link should provide access from Tokyo. We featured it last year as our pick for the most anticipated hotel openings—and here we are, returning to the subject again. This new eco resort will be the first ‘Villas’ type resort from Alila outside Bali.
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Constructed both over-water and on land, the Soneva Jani will be located on Medhufaru Island in Noonu atoll, 35 minutes by seaplane from Male Airport—or an hour’s speedboat trip from its sister resort, Soneva Fushi. Also from the pool of our favourite hotel brands comes Amanemu, the Aman Resorts’ second property in Japan (after the Aman Tokyo opened in late 2014)—and the chain’s first hot spring resort.
Twenty-four suites and four villas will be designed in an elegant style influenced by ryokans, Japan’s traditional bathing retreats.
Maldives as a destination continues to attract the top hotel chains and this year St. Vommuli Resort opens on the private island in the Dhaalu Atoll, a 40-minute seaplane ride southwest from Malé, and will offer all the latest in contemporary design and luxury, including spa, infinity pool, state-of-the-art fitness and diving centre—as well as three speciality restaurants. Ritz-Carlton this year comes to Langkawi, offering a serene escape among manicured gardens and a lush tropical rainforest.
Guests will certainly enjoy their tented domes thanks to wood-burning fireplaces, en suite bathroom and luxurious furnishings—and the immersive views over the ancestral Serengeti landscape. Another truly unique proposition comes from Six Senses Bhutan.
It’s not a single hotel or a lodge: it’s a journey.
This truly unique new camp of only seven guest “rooms” wows with spherical creations as if straight from the sketchbook of Buckminster Fuller.
Built on the edge of Tanzania’s wildlife-rich Ngorongoro Crater, at almost 3000m above sea level, the Highlands is the newest addition to the Asilia Africa portfolio of camps and lodges in Kenya and Tanzania.