Check these 5 hotels that guests can’t get enough of

by | Jul 24, 2018 | Design

Some hotels never lose their charm. We take a look at five incredible hotels that have honed their craft and hold the key to success.

The success of some hotels lies in the ability of their location or design to keep customers coming back again, and again, and again. We check out five hotels that guests always return to, and find out why.

Katikies, Santorini, Greece

Santorini is on many travelers’ bucket list. The pristine white buildings dotted along the hillside overlooking the azure blue of the Adriatic has captured the hearts and minds of holidaymakers for years, so it’s no wonder that guests keep coming back to this legendary hotel. Embodying everything that Greek dreams are made of, Katikies offers guest the ultimate in refined, yet exotic, luxury, with minimal guest rooms that echo the serene, white architecture that the island is famous for. Take in the sunrises and sunsets from the infinity pool and forget about the rest of the world.

Cavas Wine Lodge, Mendoza, Argentina

Wine lovers rejoice, this hotel is the one for you. Situated in the inimitable setting of the Andean foothills in Argentina’s premier wine making region of Mendoza, Cavas Wine Lodge is an escape from the ordinary. With its very own private vineyard and breathtaking views of the Andes, this is an 18 room boutique hotel that allows guest to experience the very best that Argentine hospitality has to offer, as well as a luxurious spa and a host of activities, from wine tasting to biking to horseriding, to partake in.

St. Regis Bora Bora Resort, French Polynesia

One of the most iconic water resorts, the St. Regis Bora Bora will make you want to get married just so you can honeymoon there. As romantic as it is idyllic, guests keep returning to this iconic hotel because of its unparalleled setting in one of the most coveted locations in the world. The private villas are the perfect getaway for lovers and families alike, and the sparkling lagoon is the epitome of paradise.

Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, Saratoga, Wyoming

This luxury ranch in Wyoming marries the Wild West with rustic comfort and much, much more. It is the perfect retreat for those looking to live out their cowboy fantasy, but have somewhere cosy and relaxing to return to. Experience the real life of the west by going on a horseback ride across the mountains, fishing in one of the nearby lakes or trying your hand at cattle herding on the working cattle ranch. Spread over three properties, guests can have their pick of which they would like to stay on – the working ranch, the homestead or the sportsmen’s club.

Nayara Resort, Spa & Gardens, Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica

Listed as the second best hotel in the world by Trip Advisor in 2015, this iconic hotel and resort is known for its stunning jungle location in Costa Rica. See the sloths at the reserve, treat yourself in the state of the art spa, or go wild on one of the river rafting adventures organised by the hotel. Whatever you do, you will be immersed in nature, and this is one of the reasons that the Nayara hotel is one of the most popular hotels in the world with guests time and time again.


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