Magazine Travel and Leisure’s just announced its annual list of the tourist hotels are voted to bring the most special experience.
1. Mombo Camp, Moremi moor, Botswana
Nine of the campsite tents Mombo mingle perfectly in view of the Okavango Delta and still make guests feel luxurious. Each tent has mosquito nets, bed four frames, bathroom indoors and outdoors.
2. Castello di Casole hotels, resorts Timbers, Casole d’Elsa, Italy
A path with green cypress trees either side will lead you to the ancient castle of the tenth century. The hotel consists of 41 suites rustic combined with oil paintings and antique models made of terracotta and essere Spa with massage and relaxation room.
3. Hotel Singita Kruger National Park, South America
Hotel Singita include two types of luxury rooms are suites in the tall trees and the rooms are located near the river. The glass walls of the suites overlooking the Lebombo vast lands and mountains Lelombo, while suites Sweni built on treetops along the Sweni River.
4. Nayara Hotel and gardens, La Fortuna, Costa Rica
Visitors to the region to participate in activities wildlife sightseeing, rafting and kayaking on Lake Arenal. Among the many hotels in the area, tourists often choose hotels Nayara bias. The owner of the hotel dynamic, Mr. Leo Ghitis, was equipped with 50 villas with spacious rooms (some villas have hot water bath) and green interior design.
5. Four Seasons Bora resort-bora, French Polynesia
The wooden hut on the water is the most attractive option at this resort, and they account for 107 rooms scattered along the coast of the island and private lagoon. Wall of the thatched huts were made of volcanic rock and all possible views of the turquoise sea, and Mount Pahia Otemanu mountain.
6. Hotel The Lodge at Kauri slope, Matauri Bay, New Zealand
22 suites of the hotel The Lodge stretches over the countryside of the North Island. Not only the sport of golf is the most attractive, the hotel also has two tennis courts, a swimming pool and three separate grounds.
7. Ritz-Carton Hotel, Berlin
The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin is one of the skyscrapers is inspired by Art Deco style. The hotel was designed by Peter Silling, comprising 303 guest rooms, including 40 suites, are decorated by the watercolors of Markus Luepertz and yellow silk cloth, green and red.