Let’s explore some of the most anticipated luxury hotels opening in 2024
The world of luxury hospitality continues to expand with stunning new openings set to grace various corners of the globe in the near future. Here’s a glimpse into some of the most anticipated luxury hotels, promising unparalleled experiences for the discerning traveler.
Janu Tokyo, Japan: Melding traditional Japanese elements with contemporary flair, this hotel is set to redefine luxury in Tokyo’s vibrant heart.
Rosewood Miyakojima, Japan: This island paradise offers villa accommodations with private pools and unobstructed sea views, encapsulating the essence of luxury island living.
Six Senses Kyoto, Japan: Located near historic temples and shrines, this hotel blends elegant design with earthy tones, offering a serene sanctuary in the midst of Kyoto’s energy.
Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore: This all-villa resort, the second Raffles in Singapore, is nestled in tropical gardens, offering an intimate retreat with private pools and terrace areas.
The Standard, Singapore: Situated near Orchard Road, this hotel is poised to become a new social hub, featuring signature restaurants, vibrant nightlife, and a botanical courtyard.
Conrad Singapore Orchard: Offering a unique blend of luxury and nature, this hotel is just steps from Singapore’s bustling shopping district and lush botanical gardens.
St. Regis Longboat Key Resort, Sarasota, Florida: Set on a barrier island, this resort features guest rooms and private residences with stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico.
Corinthia Rome: Occupying a historic building in Italy’s capital, this hotel will feature themed luxury suites, a rooftop with city views, and cuisine by Chef Carlo Cracco.
The Emory London: Part of the Maybourne Hotel Group, this all-suite hotel in Knightsbridge will offer unique designs by top-tier interior designers and a spectacular rooftop exclusive to guests.
The Hoxton Edinburgh: Set in the heart of Edinburgh, this hotel will combine Georgian townhouses with modern luxury, including long-stay apartments.
Rosewood Amsterdam: Housed in the former Palace of Justice, this hotel overlooks one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful waterways, offering a blend of historical significance and modern luxury.
One&Only Aesthesis, Athens, Greece: This resort on the Athens Riviera combines mid-century modern design with the enchanting beauty of the Aegean Sea.
Desert Rock, Red Sea, Saudi Arabia: This innovative eco-tourism project in Saudi Arabia’s granite mountains promises an ultra-luxury experience with 48 villas and 12 suites, designed to blend seamlessly into the natural landscape. The resort offers private infinity pools, luxury spa, and unique dining experiences, capturing the spirit of the desert.
The St. Regis Red Sea Resort, Saudi Arabia: As the first St. Regis property in Saudi Arabia, this resort is set on a private island, featuring 90 villas with avant-garde style and technology. Its design is inspired by the surrounding landscape, offering an exclusive experience with signature restaurants and a full spectrum of facilities.
St. Regis Longboat Key Resort, Sarasota, Florida: This resort, located on a barrier island outside of Sarasota, will feature 166 guest rooms and 69 private residences. It offers stunning Gulf of Mexico views and participates in the Marriott STARS Program, ensuring extra perks for guests.
Four Seasons Cartagena, Colombia: Set in Cartagena’s historic Getsemaní neighbourhood, this hotel is reviving a series of landmark buildings dating back to the 16th century. It will offer 131 accommodations, including 27 suites, and connect guests to the vibrant social scene of Cartagena.
The Emory London: Part of the Maybourne Hotel Group, this all-suite hotel in London’s Knightsbridge will feature 60 suites, each designed by a different top-tier interior designer. The hotel will offer a private entrance and a rooftop with 360-degree views of the capital.
The Hoxton Edinburgh: Opening in Edinburgh’s Haymarket, this hotel will be set in 11 Georgian townhouses and offer 211 guest bedrooms, as well as three ‘Houses’ for long-stay accommodation. It will also participate in the Accor STEP program, offering extra benefits to guests.
Rosewood Amsterdam: Opening in 2024, this hotel is set in the former Palace of Justice, offering 134 guestrooms and suites with views over Amsterdam’s canals. It will feature three restaurants and bars, a spa, a fitness center, and an indoor swimming pool.
Each of these luxury hotels, with their unique features and locations, promises to offer unforgettable experiences, redefining what luxury means in their respective regions. These new openings are a testament to the ever-evolving and exquisite world of luxury travel (Sources: The Luxury Travel Expert, TravelPlusStyle, Live Luxe Travel Co.).