The world of luxury travel is constantly evolving, with new additions and decadent refurbishments happening all the time. With so much going on, it can be tough to keep up – so we thought we’d put the most exciting news for the upcoming year all in one place, so you know the hottest new destinations and most inspiring choices for your 2018 travels.
Working in partnership with our sister brands, an enhanced programme of tailor-made tours is launching early summer; for those who wish to not just see the world, but to truly experience it. Bringing an exciting new collection of multi-centre itineraries, small group and bespoke tours from across the globe, augmenting our diverse range of personalised holidays, the Inspiring Travel Company will take you to hidden corners and off-the-beaten-track destinations, underpinned by the exceptional level of service we are renowned for. Led by a team of passionate, knowledgeable and expert Travel Specialists, expect immersive stays in unforgettable places thanks to this carefully curated expansion of our portfolio.
Undoubtedly the most hotly anticipated opening in Cyprus this year, Parklane, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa will begin welcoming guests in summer and promises an exceptional experience for all who stay there. From the 3,000-square-metre Princess and the Pirate Park for kids, to the adult-only pool and wing of Lifestyle Suites, this resort is sure to delight a diverse range of travellers.
Ever the luxury travel innovators, Maldives resort Jumeirah Vittaveli, has outdone itself this year. Alongside the unveiling of seven jaw-dropping overwater Private Ocean Retreats and the addition of new bar, Cyan Lounge, the resort is introducing the Maldives’ first and only ice rink. Built with Glice®, a material on which guests can ice skate in all weather conditions, with no electricity or water required, the rink will be an environmentally-friendly and wholly unique experience for guests on their luxury Maldives holiday.
With lush interior landscapes and a bounty of beautiful beaches, the tiny island of St Kitts is an increasingly popular choice for travellers who want to kick back in the Caribbean. The newly-opened Park Hyatt St. Kitts offers the perfect setting to experience St Kitts’ relatively untouched beauty, positioned as it is along the edge of Banana Bay, a turtle nesting beach, with a pelican colony not far away. Combining a sensitivity for the natural environment with all the services and facilities you’d expect from a luxury resort, Park Hyatt St Kitts is one to watch for Caribbean travel in 2018.
Bali’s first custom-designed riverside cooking school has now opened at Four Seasons Bali at Sayan. Offering daily workshops and exclusive Chef’s Table dinners, the focus is on regional specialties and ingredients from the school’s own gardens.
Opening on the 29th March, the very grown-up Nobu Hotel Marbella’s signature restaurant will be at the heart of the guest experience at the stylish new hotel. This chic restaurant from acclaimed Chef Nobu Matsuhisa will be led by Nobu’s first female Executive Chef, with a dining concept centred on its trademark ‘Nobu Style’ dishes, such as Yellowtail with Jalapeño and Black Cod Miso. Guests can dine on the Nobu terrace, at the sushi bar, in the dining room itself, or in the privacy of their own suite thanks to the exclusive 24-hour in-room menu, straight from the celebrated restaurant.
We put together this news page from the latest issue of Other Shores magazine. For more inspiration, order your own free copy here.