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The Best New Luxury Hotels to Visit in 2023
This dataset shows the Best New Luxury Hotels to Visit in 2023.
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The results are in: 2022 has been a banner year for luxury travel. Five-star hotels around the world hit record rates, with Caribbean luxury class properties hitting an average of $507.94 this summer versus $238.65 in 2019, per global hospitality data tracking firm STR. The demand for plush crashpads like these is propelling the pipeline for 2023.
This dataset shows the exciting new hotels, from two contrasting hideaways on the Med’s buzziest island to Africa’s newest buyout-primed lodge. This dataset also shows the few cruise ships that might lure you to ditch a charter in favor of a voyage onboard.
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|Name of the Hotel
|Name of the city where Hotel is located
|Name of the country where Hotel is located
|Expected Date or time of launch of the hotel
|Description with respect to the hotel
|Expected Launch Date
|The Fifth Avenue Hotel
|Doubles from $900
|This ambitious new hotel in New Yorkâs NoMad, originally slated for a debut last spring, is now penciled in to welcome guests in March. When they finally arrive, theyâll see rooms split between two buildings: There are 129 of them in a soaring new 24-story skyscraper, but the real lure is sure to be the 24 suites inside the former Second National Bank Building, a McKim Mead & White original design which the Gilded Ageâs favorite architects completed in 1907. Itâs undergone a painstaking reboot that should see it reborn in typically glamorous but understated style from Martin Brudnizki, who earned his reputation designing exclusive bars and restaurants like the Ivy in London. Operated by FlÃ¢neur Hospitality, the property will be helmed by experts whoâve previously worked at luxury hotels like the Ritz Paris and the Lanesborough in London.
|Atlantis The Royal Dubai
|United Arab Emirates
|Doubles from $850
|Atlantis The Royal finally debuts in Marchâgiven that Atlantis the Palm launched with a high-octane $30 million opening fÃªte in 2008, the celebrations to welcome its neighboring 795-room behemoth will be sure to dazzle even more. The numbers at play here are staggering: 43 stories, 94 swimming pools, 4,000 jellyfish, 17 restaurants and 8 bars, for starters. And itâs those dining destinations that are generating some of the most pre-opening buzzâcelebrity chefs GastÃ³n Acurio, Heston Blumenthal and JosÃ© AndrÃ©s are all opening glitzy new outposts across the resort, while Nobuâs first Nobu by the Beach will preside over the resortâs 1.2 mile stretch of sand.
|The Inn at Mattei's Tavern, Auberge Resorts Collection
|Los Olivos, California
|Doubles from $750
|A holdover from last year, when it was initially expected to open in spring, this 67-room resort is now finally slated for Q1. The property itself has a deliciously only-in-California history: It started out as a stagecoach stop during the Gold Rush, then was owned by a namesake Swiss hotelier before morphing into a Volstead-era speakeasy and finally rebooting as a luxury hotel under the Auberge auspices. Just a two-and-a-half-hour drive from LA in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley, the getaway will emphasize the outdoors, with a coffee bar porch and an open-air restaurant.
|Doubles from $250
|This resort in Indonesiaâs Sumba, Cap Karoso, is much larger than most high-end properties. Donât fret, though: its location quietens any doubts as to its appeal, one of the countryâs most pristine strips of sand. âIf you want to dive or snorkel, Maldives-style, you can do it right off your room at the beach â itâs one of the most beautiful reefs in the world,â adds Embark Beyondâs Jack Ezon. Fabrice and Evguenia Ivara, French globetrotters who founded the property, have equipped it with its own organic farm as well as incorporating impact-minimizing details like solar panels to supply at least 50 percent of its power.
|Evolve by Ecoventura
|Seven nights per person from $9,450, based on two people sharing
|As the line between large charter and small cruise ship continues to blur, enter this 10-cabin vessel from Ecoventura which is primed to sail around the GalÃ¡pagos islands from January. Itâs the third of its so-called megayachts, and very similar to Origin and Theory, two others that operate in this same biosphere. Each of the staterooms has panoramic windows to maximize views, though the best rooms are the 300-square-foot suites, with two staterooms and a his and hers bathroom, plus a king-sized bed. Ecoventura operates two itineraries around the archipelago, which can be combined into one fortnight-long voyage or booked individually.
|Banyan Tree Higashiyama Kyoto
|Doubles from $1,000
|The latest addition to Kyotoâs hospitality landscape is this 52-room urban resort from the Singaporean hotelier. Its points of difference will include the private onsen spring thatâs reserved solely for the hotelâs own use, a feature element for the onsite spa, as well as a restaurant which overlooks a Noh stage, where the classical Japanese dance-drama playlets can be performed. Itâs right in the heart of Kyoto, and close to Gion, the historic district that more resembles a movie set than a neighborhood and where geishas continue to work even today.
|100 Princes Street
|Doubles from $400
|Itâs almost a year late, but hopefully this 30-room hotel, named after its address (and the family-owned Red Carnation Hotel Collectionâs first foray in Scotland) will welcome guests as planned this summer. The site has been meticulously designed to celebrate the destination. Not that youâll forget where you are, since views of the famed Edinburgh Castle can be spied from all of the suites and the Club lounge. Other flourishes include a gorgeous central staircase hand-painted with murals depicting 11 Scottish explorers, custom-made tartan by designer Araminta Campbell and bespoke furnishings inspired by the style of Alexander McQueen. Best of all, the residents-only Explorers Club lounge will feature a wall lined with fine wines and Scottish whiskies, while the nearly two-to-one staff-to-guest ratio will ensure impeccable service.
|Anantara Koh Yao Yai
|Koh Yao Yai
|Doubles from $400
|Skip the crowds in Phuket when you arrive there and instead head to this pristine island in Phang Nga Bay, where the Asian luxury hotel chain will open a new property early next year. It sits right on its own half-mile strip of sand, but also has an indoor-outdoor kids club plus a great water sports center ideal for snorkel and dive trips as you island hop; take a tour of the coconut and rubber farms here, too, which have long been a key economic driver since before the resortâs arrival. Pick of the 148 rooms here: the eight, almost 4,000-square-foot Seaview Pool Penthouses, duplex crashpads ideal for familiesâone even has its own glass-bottomed pool.
|Doubles from $550
|The Algarve is one of Portugalâs prime tourist spots thanks to a killer combo of great beaches (the surfâs good enough for boarding, too), pretty cities and impressive natural features, like the Benagil Cavesâall that, plus world-class golf to boot. Another reason to finally visit in 2023 is the arrival of the 76-room outpost of the LA-based hotel group Viceroy. It doubles down on all of the Algarveâs key appeals, with its own 18-hole golf course and impressive F&B; try some lulas com ferrado, a moreish garlicky mashup of squid and potato thatâs a classic dish from this region.
|Banyan Tree Valle de Guadelupe
|Doubles from $499
|This 31-villa resort features the Banyan treeâs first proprietary winery, with a focus on sustainable winemaking and uplifting the local communityâall on a large site just 90 minutesâ drive from the US border. Every standalone room here is a cottage with its own pool, but the best place to crash is the three-bedroom Winemakerâs Villa, which has its own dining room, fireplace and a terrace that looks out across the vineyard with superb sunset views. All that plus a signature Banyan Tree spa, with several treatments that nod to the medicinal plants found here, like hoja santa and white sage.