Make like a rock star in this one-of-a-kind seaside crash pad, where the cuisine is local and the cocktails, dirty.
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.
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.
Spectacular panoramas of the Dalmatian coast are just for starters here.
When Santorini’s whitewashed, blue-domed vistas start to feel repetitive (the definition of a first-world problem), Adronis Concept Wellness Resort is the remedy.
This former police station-based London newbie is making headlines for all the right reasons.
Want to feel like a Greek god or goddess? Then this island idyll is for you.
With its old-world elegance, seamless service and on-point cocktail list, The Savoy simply oozes style.
Grand and glamorous, this family-run hotel oozes British sophistication while still remaining modern and relevant. Its tongue-in-cheek interiors, Michelin-starred restaurant and exemplary service put it high on our wish list for a London staycation.
A quintessential English getaway, Crockers is perfect for Pimm’s-fuelled summer days or holing up fireside in a pub come winter.
Decadent with a capital ‘D’, this Loire Valley French fancy dishes up a perfect marriage of old meets new.
Make like the literary greats of yesteryear in this modern art-filled W1 crash pad.
We’ve found the antidote to city stress: a long weekend in one of these eco-friendly log cabins. In remote central Wales, this glampsite levels up back-to-nature charm with luxurious home comforts. Think hilly hikes, barbecues and outdoor hot tubs.
With glowing-green eco credentials and interiors to delight mid-century devotees, this self-catering cabin makes for a cosy weekend break with friends or family. Switch off in the free-standing tub with floor-to-ceiling views over the craggy Welsh mountains.