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10 Best Luxury Resorts Around The World

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Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como

Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como

With over 100 years of history, the iconic Grand Hotel Tremezzo is located in the heart of Lake Como, with unparalleled views of Bellagio and the stunning Grigne mountains. This art nouveau landmark, which sits adjacent to Villa Carlotta’s famed gardens, is an authentic Art Nouveau palace that offers a warm inviting welcome and the delights of a true 5-star vacation.

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Mirihi Island, Maldives

Mirihi Island, Maldives

If you’re looking for boutique island luxury in the Maldives, this place is for you. Mirihi Island has just 37 rooms, including 30 stunning overwater villas with private decks and expansive views of the Indian Ocean. The bedrooms are simply stunning; rooms are designed to emphasise the island’s natural environment, serving as havens of peace and tranquillity.

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Fowl Cay Resort, Bahamas

Fowl Cay Resort, Bahamas

Crowded beaches are unheard of at Fowl Cay Resort, a private island retreat where a maximum of 28 guests have free range of 50 acres and three beaches. Each spacious villa comes with free use of its own personal boat and golf cart, fully stocked kitchens and wet bars, and jaw dropping island views. All-inclusive rates are just that--everything from top shelf liquor to water sports equipment is included in the price of a villa rental.

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Four Seasons Langkawi, Malaysia

Four Seasons Langkawi, Malaysia

Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is a tranquil retreat set on one of the island’s best beaches on the north-eastern cape of Tanjung Rhu on the Andaman Sea, where UNESCO-protected mangroves showcase labyrinthine adventures between land and sea. It has 91 villas and pavilions flanked by cliffs and rainforest, which combined with the pristine beaches makes this destination a nature-lover’s dream.

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Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada

Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada

Just 12 degrees north of the equator, bathed in the cooling Trade Winds, Grenada lies sleepily shrouded in a canopy of greenery. Here you will discover a place where the scent of spices, fruit and flowers intermingle to awaken your senses even before you raise your head from your pillow each morning. This sprawling eight acre property is located just 10 minutes from the airport on world-famous Grand Anse Beach.

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Butterfly House Bahia, Brazil

Butterfly House Bahia, Brazil

Butterfly House is a luxury eco-resort in Bahia, Brazil, 250km south of Salvador. Located on the Maraú Peninsula, Butterfly House benefits from pristine white-sand beaches, multi-coloured coral reefs and a gentle ever-present ocean breeze. Freshwater lakes, World Heritage-listed rainforests and local indigenous tribes are just a few of the other local attractions. The whole area is part of a protected conservation area, which means zero development, no high-rise buildings – just mile upon mile of untouched natural beauty.

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Jumby Bay Island, Antigua

Jumby Bay Island, Antigua

Reopened in October 2017 as an Oetker Collection member (formally a Rosewood resort), Jumby Bay Island is accessible only by boat, with not a car in sight. With 40 villas off the coast of Antigua, there’s no need to worry about getting off the all-inclusive island. You’ll be plenty busy on one of the resort’s three tennis courts, two pools, more than four miles of beach, and kids’ club, for when you want to be anything but busy.

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andBeyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp, Botswana

andBeyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp, Botswana

This ultra luxurious safari lodge in the middle of Botswana’s Okavango Delta is a place where guests can get up close and personal with all kinds exotic wildlife. Here, just about everything, and we mean everything (excellent Pan-African food, guided excursions, game drives, river cruises, bush walks, etc.) is included in the price of your stay.

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Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius

Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius

After an extensive six-month renovation, Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius, has reopened on 1 November 2015. Drawing inspiration from Le Touessrok’s rich history and the chic style found throughout Mauritius, the hotel welcomes guests with Shangri-La’s renowned Asian hospitality. Nestled along the untouched eastern coast of the verdant island nation, Trou d’Eau Douce Bay’s tranquil, uncrowded world-class beaches are found.

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Shambala Private Game Reserve, Vaalwater, South Africa

Shambala Private Game Reserve, Vaalwater, South Africa

Many first-time safari-goers will make a beeline for South Africa's Kruger National Park, but at Shambala Private Game Reserve, you can get the Big Five–viewing experience without the crowds. A river runs through the camp, with traditional Zulu style permeating—though those thatched roofs cover air-conditioned rooms in the bush.