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Unveiling the Top 15 New Luxury Hotels of 2023 Worldwide

In a year marked by remarkable achievements in the hospitality industry, Luxury Travel Intelligence (LTI) has unveiled its much-anticipated list of the top 15 new luxury hotels of 2023 worldwide. This year’s selections not only reflect the pinnacle of luxury but also signal a new era in the industry, with renowned brands like Bulgari and Chopard making significant entries.

A Global Celebration of Luxury

From the bustling streets of Tokyo to the historic heart of Rome, these new luxury hotels offer an array of exceptional experiences, redefining the standards of high-end travel. The UK leads the destinations with three entries, followed closely by Rome with two, showcasing a diverse geographical spread.

The World’s Best New Luxury Hotels 2023

  1. Bulgari, Rome: Topping the list, Bulgari’s foray into hotel development has set a new benchmark. With its extraordinary investment in both time and money, the Bulgari Hotel in Rome has been crowned the World’s Best New Luxury Hotel of 2023.
  2. 1 Place Vendôme, Paris: Chopard’s discreet yet exquisite boutique hotel in Paris boasts just 15 suites and rooms, embodying the essence of quiet luxury.
  3. Bulgari, Tokyo: Already a contender for Japan’s most luxurious hotel, Bulgari Tokyo combines lavish spa amenities and dining options with stunning city views.
  4. Mandarin Oriental, Costa Navarino: Named the World’s Best Luxury Hotel Brand of 2023, this new resort in Costa Navarino exemplifies elegance with its breathtaking suites and villas.
  5. The Peninsula, Istanbul: A lavish resort-style property with an impressive spa and both indoor and outdoor pools, setting a new standard in luxury.
  6. Estelle Manor, UK: This country club and hotel in Oxfordshire blends new school club values with old school charm, soon to feature a Roman-inspired bathhouse and spa.
  7. Six Senses, Rome: A triumph in urban wellness, this resort is a serene oasis amidst Rome’s historic center, offering terraced guest rooms and a dramatic Roman Spa.
  8. Raffles at The OWO, London: Fashioned from the historic Old War Office, this property features 120 opulent rooms and suites, alongside nine restaurants and a Guerlain spa.
  9. Four Seasons The Pearl, Qatar: Offering residential-style apartments, this property brings a unique, home-from-home feel to the Four Seasons experience.
  10. The Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York City: A rich, romantic property with an old-school vibe, offering 153 individually appointed rooms and suites.
  11. COMO Metropolitan, Singapore: Marking its debut in Singapore, COMO Metropolitan integrates luxury hospitality, fashion, wellness, and cuisine.
  12. Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea: A tribute to Nabataean architectural heritage, this resort sets new standards in sustainability and desert hospitality.
  13. Capella, Sydney: A luxurious, mid-sized property in a landmark heritage building, boasting an expansive spa among other amenities.
  14. The Dolli, Athens: A chic yet informal hit with Athenians, offering a comprehensive choice of rooms, suites, and apartments.
  15. The Peninsula, London: Standing out in a year of exceptional luxury hotel openings in London, the Peninsula perfects every detail for an outstanding experience.

About LTI – Luxury Travel Intelligence

LTI is a global, members-only organization providing detailed, honest digital reporting for affluent travelers. With no advertising or booking engines, LTI’s sole focus is delivering unbiased, high-quality travel intelligence to its members.

Conclusion

The unveiling of the top 15 new luxury hotels of 2023 marks a significant moment in the travel industry, highlighting destinations that are not just places to stay, but experiences to be cherished. With brands like Bulgari and Chopard leading the way, these hotels are more than just accommodations; they are bastions of luxury, offering unique experiences that cater to the discerning traveler.

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