Stepping into the newest hotels of the year sparks in every traveller an indescribable buzzing sensation, where your stay is geared towards being one of the first to arrive and experiencing these sublime properties firsthand. The excitement of the staff is palpable as they strive for service excellence by catering to your every whim while paying close attention to detail. As with all things new, these properties are exceeding expectations when it comes to tailored experiences, improving their gastronomic offerings from the tried and true, and capturing the thrilling momentum of coming onto the scene for the very first time.
Son Net, Mallorca
Hidden in the Tramuntana Mountains just 15 minutes from Palma, you’ll arrive at an enchanting, art-filled 17th-century manor house that has been lovingly restored, complete with vineyard and excellent hiking trails. Each palatial suite has plush interiors reflecting the history of the estate, with lush terrace views of Mediterranean gardens and orchards, and preserved features of archways and rustic beams.
Reopening of Maroma, A Belmond Hotel, Riviera Maya, Mexico
Honouring Mayan heritage along the Caribbean coast, hideaway at sublime waterfront suites boasting a private pool and garden. Sink your toes into a private beach, choose from three swimming pools, and experience their biophilic Wellness Guerlain Spa with healing and sound rituals. The majority of furnishings are locally crafted and culinary offerings celebrate Mexico’s varied regions, providing a wholly immersive stay.
Six Senses Kanuhura, Maldives
Embracing the Six Senses sustainability policies and incorporating their iconic organic herb garden, the sister resort to Laamu is spread across three private islands with two completely deserted for unique sand bank dining experiences. The private overwater villas are designed to integrate you into the magnificent blues of sea and sky. Scuba divers will appreciate over 40 dive sites in the Lhaviyani Atoll, while adrenaline junkies indulge in the newest water-sport equipment.
The OWO, Raffles, London, England
Once serving as Churchill’s Edwardian Old War Office, Raffles has transformed sumptuous staterooms and historic hallways into elegant suites with modern touches to impress the most discerning traveller. With an enviable location in Whitehall just steps away from Westminster museums and Buckingham Palace, this is a perfect base to transport you fully into the bowels of London’s history. Mauro Colagreco’s Chef’s Table is a must, as well as the array of generous dining and bar spaces influenced by the rich heritage of the site.
Kona Village, A Rosewood Resort, Hawaii
The Kohala Coast is blessed with incredible geologic landscapes, black sand beaches, ranching culture and endless valleys. Rosewood Kona Village brings rustic luxury to the forefront on the big island with contemporary interiors, oversized lanai and outdoor showers that will guarantee a return visit. Expect communal farm-to-table dining, sustainable design, restorative Wellness treatments and stunning infinity pools.
& Beyond Punakha River Lodge, Bhutan
Between the Punakha Valley and the banks of the Mo Chu River where the oldest Dzong resides, &Beyond’s first lodge in Asia is set to impress at their intricate refuge. Integrating traditional Bhutanese architectural styles, traipse the suspension bridge or draw out your creative juices within this spiritually harmonious setting. Try your hand at one of the many active adventures such as archery and rafting, or set off on an awe-inspiring trek that crosses verdant paddy fields and dense rolling hills.
Don’t hesitate any longer and work with your 360 Private Travel designer who will share their best opening offers. Being one of the first to step into these properties is a privilege in itself, and you’ll simply love the innovation and design that makes them uniquely stand-out.