Our edit of the best hotels around the world, from design-forward city stays to beachfront getaways and wilderness lodges. If we don’t love it, we won’t cover it.
Beachside, bohemian and unapologetically bewitching, this wildly beautiful boutique stay might just be the most romantic bolthole in Portugal.
With its fragrant gardens, luxurious amenities and elegant interiors, Villa Tenuta MarVi makes an idyllic Italian base for a getaway with friends or family this summer.
Bed down like royalty at this renovated 18th-century palace in bohemian Bairro Alto, one of Lisbon’s liveliest neighbourhoods.
With a slew of hip hangouts cropping up amid its honey-hued buildings and riverside gardens, Cambridge has fast become the ultimate weekend destination. But where to stay? The city’s best crash pad, of course.
Nestled in the art-filled heart of Cheltenham, this Georgian and gorgeously chic boutique guesthouse makes for the ultimate British staycation – and a fantastic base for those looking to explore the wider Cotswolds landscape.
Sea air and golden beaches await beyond the doors of this low-key Cornish hotel and spa, just a five-minute drive from Newquay Airport. Book now for a relaxed summer camp-style escape on the county’s surf coast.
This hotel-private-home hybrid caters to multigenerational getaways, groups of friends and special occasion celebrations with two sprawling beachside villas on Sri Lanka’s unspoilt southern coast.
The only thing missing at this central Roman palace is a dedicated member of staff to pop peeled grapes into one’s open mouth – though you get the feeling that it could be arranged.
Discover the best of all worlds at this vast-but-manages-to-feel-intimate hotel overlooking the dazzling Aegean.
Get away from it all to savour ouzo-soaked days at this design-savvy island hideout – minus the party crowds of neighbouring isles
This design-led Dalston aparthotel ticks all our boxes for stress-free east London overnighters.
Make like a rock star in this one-of-a-kind seaside crash pad, where the cuisine is local and the cocktails, dirty.
A stylish, self-catering bolthole in a Victorian mews house nestled in the heart of Mayfair, on a tree-lined boulevard that’s ideal for a city staycation or workation? We’re sold.
It turns out there are some places in Santorini that are not teeming with fedora-wearing influencers taking “unposed” pictures on vertiginous steps against whitewashed backdrops.
When news broke that the Ibizan superclub icon was opening a 14-bedroom hotel on Formentera’s most enviable stretch of sandy coastline, the excitement was palpable. Wild and windswept, this intimate beach bolthole is attracting those seeking a slower-paced brand of hedonism.