Luxury Vacations For 2021 And Beyond

As our wanderlust awakens and our thoughts turn to future travel, we’ve picked out some luxury vacations for 2021 and beyond...
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The coronavirus pandemic has put a pause on many of our travel plans, so for us at Luxe HQ it’s dream now, travel later. Check out our luxe list of dreamy destinations to bookmark for future adventures…

FAR FLUNG >>

Six Senses, Fiji

Six Senses Fiji is located on the tropical volcanic island of Malolo – part of the stunning Mamanuca Islands archipelago.

The island is set amidst crystal waters, pale ivory sands and thick tropical forest. Situated on one of the most dramatically beautiful islands with a dreamy tropical climate, it’s perfect for year-round travel.

Experiences on offer include hiking the hilltop trail and enjoying a private sunrise breakfast prepared by expert chefs.

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sixsenses.com/en/resorts/fiji

Goatfell Teardrop Hotels, Sri Lanka

Escape to Goatfell, perched amongst tea bushes amidst the Concordia Estate, and on an astonishing edge-of-the-world elevation above Nuwara Eliya.

Part of Teardrop Hotels’ portfolio of small yet stylish boutique hotels, Goatfell is a former superintendent’s residence turned boutique hotel and home to just four ensuite bedrooms.

This intimate experience follows through at every point of guests’ stay – from butler service to the restaurant’s menu, which draws on seasonal vegetables grown on site and by the hotel’s neighbour.

The interiors resonate with the warmth and country charm of a bygone era, offering log-fired sitting rooms and panoramic tea field views 2,000 metres above sea level – all of which can be enjoyed from an infinity swimming pool.

This contemporary take on a traditional planter’s bungalow offers the ultimate immersion into Sri Lankan culture – without compromising on indulgence and relaxation.

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teardrop-hotels.com/goatfell

Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi

There’s no amount of beachfront bliss that can beat that of a Maldives island.

Fairmont Maldives enjoys breathtaking, uninterrupted views over the Indian Ocean – with plenty of opportunity for travellers to check in for a bit of R&R, or set off on an island adventure.

Experience a true sense of tranquillity with the sound of lapping waves on loop and a private terrace complete with plunge pool and direct access to the deep blue.

Set within the largest resort lagoon in the Maldives, guests can rub shoulders with the 250 species of tropical fish, manta rays and turtles that patrol the coral house reef.

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fairmont.com/maldives

THE AMERICAS >>

Islas Secas, Gulf of Panama

Located off the Pacific Coast of Panama, Islas Secas truly is one of Central America’s best kept treasures and affords adventurous travellers endless opportunities for escapism.

The privately-owned archipelago of 14 beautiful islands in the Gulf of Chiriquí, is home to four Casita sites. Go here and enjoy myriad activities both on land and at sea.

Guests can dive into the aquatic wonders of the Gulf on one of the hotel’s thrilling marine safaris, fly along the coastline on an e-foil surfboard, swim with the Pacific’s fish-stored waters, or witness the natural beauty of a migrating humpback whale.

Islas Secas is an inspired eco-destination befitting the most intrepid traveller, combining the wonders of Panama’s incredible natural land and seascape with sustainable hospitality and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for adventure.

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islassecas.com

Lone Mountain Ranch, Montana

Tucked between the Montana Rockies, rivers and grasslands, Lone Mountain Ranch is where you’ll find and enjoy the good things in life.

Go here for horseback riding, year-round fly fishing and all-access tours of Yellowstone Park with lodge naturalists. Ski over 80 miles of world class Nordic trails or take a chance on the downhill slopes next door.

Stay in a historic private cabin with all the elevated comforts of home in the West. The perfect place for a thrilling adventure getaway.

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lonemountainranch.com

Tutka Bay Lodge, Alaska

Tutka Bay Lodge sits at the entrance to a seven-mile fjord at the southern end of Kachemak Bay, Alaska.

Go here for rugged coastlines, deep fjords, dramatic mountains, quiet beaches, old growth Sitka spruce forests, and amazing tidal fluctuations.

Situated on an eleven-acre property, Tutka Bay Lodge offers a main lodge, six private guest accommodations, a sauna, hot tub and boat house – all connected by a beautiful boardwalk.

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withinthewild.com/lodges/tutka-bay-lodge

CLOSER TO HOME >>

Amàre Ibiza

A sleek and chic White Isle paradise. The adults only Amàre Hotel epitomises distinctive design, stylish sophistication and plenty of fun thrown in for good measure.

Located on the beachfront at the beautiful Bou Cove, there’s no better spot to watch the sun sink into the horizon and sip on a couple of sundowners.

By day, soak up the sunshine by the pool and as night falls, Amàre’s rooftop becomes one of the best spots on the island to catch the famous Ibizan sunset.

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amarehotels.com/amare-ibiza

Chenot Palace Weggis, Switzerland

Bask in the tranquil views of Lake Lucerne, Switzerland from the comfort of a super luxe Chenot Palace Weggis suite.

Located at the foot of the Swiss Alps, this brand new hotel boasts a state-of-the-art spa and fitness centre along with 97 luxury lakeview rooms and bespoke programmes for each guest.

The palace is also home to a series of sleep rooms with special acoustics and lighting to optimise sleeping hours, as well as ceramic fibre bed linen which converts body heat into energy, making this heavenly setting the perfect place to rest and rejuvenate.

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chenotpalaceweggis.com

Argos in Cappadocia, Turkey

Famed for its picturesque sunrise hot air balloon journeys, an alternative way to experience panoramic views of Turkey’s magical Cappadocia is at heritage hotel argos in Cappadocia’s SEKI Restaurant.

Offering undisturbed views of the honeycombed hills and magical fairy chimneys on the hilltop village of Uçhisar, SEKI Restaurant is dressed in rustic chic style decor, furnished with age-old artefacts.

Enjoy traditional Turkish cuisine made from seasonal produce sourced from the hotel garden, before retreating to a cosy cave room, emerging from a 2000-year-old network of ancient ruins, caves and underground tunnels.

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argosincappadocia.com


 

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