new luxury hotels 2024

The best new luxury hotels opening in 2024

28 Dec 2023|By Luxury London

Diaries at the ready, it’s time to start planning your dream holiday

With hospitality projects that were put on hold during the pandemic finally coming to completion, it’s going to be a bumper year for new luxury hotels opening in 2024. Heavy hitters, such as the Waldorf, Rosewood, Conrad and Four Seasons hotel groups, will each see multiple new openings across the globe this year while there will also be plenty of unique, boutique and utterly decadent independent new stays to experience.

So where will everyone be heading? In the Middle East, Dubai’s already legendary hotel scene will see some seriously opulent new additions in 2024, with One&Only and The Lana (from The Dorchester Collection) leading the pack. Across the pond, meanwhile, Costa Rica is having a moment with exciting projects such as the Waldorf Astoria Cacique and Our Habitas Santa Teresa throwing open their doors this year.

Closer to home, Europe will see a staggering number of new luxury hotels opening in 2024 (at time of writing, 30 and counting), with classic destinations such as Barcelona, Rome and Nice remaining popular, alongside upscale new offerings in Manchester, Dublin and Madeira. So where to begin when planning your next high-end holiday? Here’s our guide to the new hotels to know about now.


The Reserve, Funchal, Madeira

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Savoy Signature’s second Madeira-based venture, following the five-star Savoy Palace, The Reserve is actually located on top of Savoy Palace, giving guests access to all the original hotel’s amenities plus a whole lot more. The experience begins the moment you set foot in Madeira, with a private airport terminal and concierge services to greet you from the plain exclusively for guests of The Reserve. Once at the hotel, you’ll be granted access to a private rooftop pool with butler service, guaranteed reservations at Savoy Palace’s Laurea spa and restaurants, private excursion bookings to discover the local culture and incredible suites, all equipped with private terraces, plunge pools and views over Funchal Bay and the Atlantic.

Opening: 1 January 2024
Room rate: From €663 per night

Hôtel des Grands Voyageurs, Paris, France

This new Parisian hotel, situated in the vibrant Left Bank Quartier of Saint-Placide, will open its doors to reveal 138 rooms inspired by the golden age of travel and designed by the internationally-renowned Fabrizio Casiraghi. Adorning every wall, the property is filled with a curated selection of art from all over the world, paying homage to the antique dealers of St-Germain-des-Prés and featuring lithographs from Gustav Klimt and Marc Chagall, bespoke mirrors by artist Osanna Visconti di Modrone, and bas-relief sculptures by François Gilles. Elsewhere, discover a chic brasserie restaurant serving French classics, a clandestine bar and an avant-garde style gym. After all, Paris is always a good idea.

Opening: January 2024
Room rate: From £258 per night

The Leinster, Dublin, Ireland

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Promising to be as much a foodie hotspot as luxe new hotel, The Leinster will open on Dublin’s Merrion Square in January 2024, bringing with it a new restaurant from acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten – also behind the eponymous eatery at London’s The Connaught, along with establishments in New York, Paris, Kyoto and more. Promising a menu fusing classic French, Irish and Asian flavours, Jeans-Georges at The Leinster will be found on the hotel’s rooftop, with the restaurant’s art-led interiors extending throughout the hotel, which will boast a 300-strong collection featuring pieces by Damien Hirst, Stephen Dunne, Colette Riet, Domino Whisker and more. Along with 55 rooms and suites, The Leinster will also be home to the Collins Club bar and supper club and a boutique gym and thermal wellness space.

Opening: 1 February 2024
Room rate: From €300 per night

Romeo Roma, Italy

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One of the last projects from the late Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, Romeo Roma is situated just steps from Piazza del Popolo in the Italian capital. A fine example of Hadid’s trademark blend of history and contemporary design, the historic palazzo – which dates back to the late 16th century – houses 74 rooms and promises to be among the most spacious in the city, boasting magnificent views of Rome’s rooftops. Romeo Roma will also feature a gourmet destination restaurant overseen by the Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse and a Neapolitan-inspired bistro, while wellness amenities include an open-air courtyard with indoor and outdoor pools, a rooftop lounge and bar, and Sisley spa.

Opening: Early 2024
Rate: TBC

Borgo Tre, Lake Garda, Italy

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Image: Georg Roske

Set among the rolling hills of Torri del Benaco, overlooking Lake Garda, Borgo Tre is housed in a renovated 18th-century farmhouse, promising an elegant blend of modern luxury and rustic simplicity. The views are the star of the show here and each of Borgo Tre’s suites, built and designed by local craftspeople and artisans, boasts panoramic vistas of the lake and the mountains beyond.

Luing somewhere between a hotel and rental accommodation, Borgo Tre offers just six elegant suites sleeping between two and five people and equipped with private amenities, including kitchens, dining rooms, open fireplaces, jacuzzis and gardens. Elsewhere, you’ll find a yoga terrace, outdoor swimming pool with cabanas, Finnish sauna and spa. And, while there’s no restaurant on-site, close proximity to Torri Del Benaco’s Old Town means you’ll never be left wanting for fine Italian fare.

Opening: March 2024
Room rate: From €600 per night

One&Only Kéa Island, Greece

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A hop, skip and high-powered speedboat ride from Athens, the new One&Only Kéa Island promises to be one of the country’s most luxurious new hotel openings in 2024. Boasting all-villa accommodation across 25 bungalows, 18 residences and two stand-out villas, as well as 14 One&Only Private Homes for those looking to make their holiday a more permanent affair, hole up here for a truly off-the-beaten-track stay.

Villas are designed to offer seamless indoor-outdoor living in keeping with the natural landscape of Kéa Island, one of the few self-sustaining islands in the Cyclades, with organic seasonal produce, including vegetables, fruit, meat and honey, for the hotel sourced on the island. Spend your days hiking, swimming, sailing or sunbathing at the on-site beach club before retiring to the hotel’s Greek taverna, speakeasy bar, Providore restaurant or lobby lounge for general merriment in the evening.

Opening: April 2024
Room rate: From €1,750 per night

Treehouse Manchester, UK

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Manchester is having a bit of a moment, don’t you know? Chanel recently held its 2023 Metiers d’Art collection runway show in the Northern Quarter and, in 2024, one of London’s best-loved sustainable hotels will take root in the city. Treehouse Manchester will open in the Deansgate neighbourhood in April, bringing with it 224 rooms of foliage-decked, environmentally-friendly rooms promising to level up the hospitality offering of the UK’s second city.

As with the London outpost, which is famed for its gorgeous rooftop bar and restaurant, the food and beverage offering here will be extensive. On the ground floor, Mary-Ellen McTague will helm a restaurant with a menu led by locally-sourced produce while a 14th-floor Southeast Asian restaurant comes from hospitality duo Luke Cowdrey and Justin Crawford, with head chef Sam Grainger behind the pots and pans.

Opening: April 2024
Room rate: From £199 per night

Santo Mine Oia Suites, Santorini, Greece

This sanctuary-like Santorini resort will open its doors in April. Initial images show spaces infused with Cycladic design, with minimalist compositions and soothing, earthy tones. Suites are perched above the Ammoudi Bay in Oia, on the site of a former stone mine – many will boast their own pools and/or jacuzzis, and all have views of Santorini’s singularly beautiful, rugged landscape. 

Guests will enjoy a premium wellness offering courtesy of the Santo Mine Spa, which uses products derived from the island’s volcanic topography; there is also a wet area with a hammam and sauna, and an outdoor gym with panoramic views. Gastronomy options will include The Sunset Restaurant, the hotel’s à la carte, al fresco eatery, where guests can enjoy fresh seafood with views over the main pool and Aegean Sea beyond. Alternatively, staff can organise a romantic sunset dinner, poolside cocktails which incorporate produce from Santo Mine’s herb garden, or tours of the hotel’s wine cellar, which is full of indigenous vintages.

Opening: April 2024
Room rate: From £380 per night

Viceroy at Ombria Algarve, Portugal

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Offering a resort-style stay tucked among the rolling hills and valleys of Portugal’s Algarve region, the 76-room Viceroy has been designed to emulate a traditional Portuguese village, complete with whitewashed buildings and terracotta roofs. Across the resort, an array of amenities give guests little reason to leave, with an 18-hole GEO-certified golf course designed by Jorge Santana da Silva, a spa with indoor vitality pool, gym, library, kids’ club, and numerous pools, including an adults-only escape. There will also be eight restaurants and bars, including a sports bar, pool bar, all-day dining restaurant, organic cafe and rooftop terrace.

Opening: Spring 2024
Room rate: From €535 per night

Romazzino, Costa Smeralda, Italy

An old hotel with a new lease of life, Romazzino on Sardinia’s glitzy Costa Smeralda will reopen in 2024 following a major refurbishment after being bought by the Belmond hotel group. First founded by the Aga Khan IV (the man responsible for pretty much all of Costa Smeralda as we know it today) in 1964, today Romazzino takes its lead from the Italian idea of villeggiatura – a country retreat away from the bustle of the city.

At Romazzino that translates to soothing rooms and suites, stretches of white sand beachfront and emerald waters, on-site tennis courts and swimming pools, lush landscaped gardens and an epicurean offering spanning everything from classic aperitivo to seasonal Mediterranean cuisine. Dolce vita indeed.

Opening: 30 May 2024
Room rate: From £670 per night

Gundari, Folegandros, Greece

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Set over 100 acres of breathtaking open land on Folegandros, one of the lesser-known Cycladic islands around 45 minutes via boat from Santorini, Gundari is a privately owned and run hotel founded by Ricardo Larriera and a friend, whose family go back several centuries in Folegandros. Promising an authentically Greek experience, and with sustainability at its heart, each of Gundari’s 25 neutrally-toned suites and two villas work with the local climate to improve energy efficiency and harness solar power to heat their private infinity pools.

Elsewhere, guests will find a stunning cliff-edge pool with swim-up bar, gym, organic farm with wine bar and a farm-to-table restaurant designed by Michelin-starred chef Lefteris Lazarou with incredible views over the Aegean. A subterranean spa also draws on Ancient Greek healing traditions, using native herbs and remedies for a truly unique relaxation experience.

Opening: May 2024
Room rate: From £520 per night

Borneta, Barcelona, Spain

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One of the debut properties from new India-based hotel group Miiro, which will also see new openings in Paris in 2024 and London in 2025, Borneta will begin welcoming guests to its chic, serene space in Barcelona’s El Born neighbourhood in summer 2024. Promising 92 rooms decked out in organic materials and an elegant palette of safe green and dusty pink, Borneta will also boast a restaurant with open-plan kitchen cocktail bar and rooftop terrace with views across downtown Barcelona.

Opening: Summer 2024
Room rate: From £260 per night

Rosewood Schloss Fuschl, Salzburg, Austria

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Opening: TBC
Room rate: TBC

Another famed hotel being given a major upgrade courtesy of a big hotel group, the Hotel Schloss Fuschl will reopen as the Rosewood Schloss Fuschl in 2024. While details are currently scant, the reimagined hotel will make use of the original 15th-century castle – a fairytale location set on the banks of Lake Fuschl. Accommodation will include 98 rooms, 46 suites and six standalone chalets while the hotel will also be home to Rosewood’s signature wellbeing concept, Asaya, with indoor and outdoor pools, a spa and gym, among other wellness offerings.


Conrad Orlando, USA

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Opening in early 2024, this hotel will be the place to stay for those whose kids want to go to Walt Disney World, but who don’t want to compromise on luxury. Buffered by a nature preserve and offering attractions including an eight-acre lagoon and the Conrad Spa, the new 1,100-acre resort couldn't be further from the high-octane excitement of the theme park just three miles away. Conceptually, that is – getting to Disney from Conrad Orlando is made simple thanks to the hotel offering a dedicated coach.

Play golf at the Links Course, choose between five restaurants and lounges with cuisines ranging from southern Italian to contemporary Mexican, and enjoy views of the lagoon from your room (of which Conrad Orlando will have 433, including 51 suites and 10 spacious family suites), each of which offers contemporary decor and extensive amenities. Because the holiday isn’t just for the kids – you deserve a good time, too.

Opening: 10 January 2023
Room rate: From £757 per night

Fontainebleau Las Vegas, USA

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Fontainebleau Las Vegas has been in the making for 10 years and is finally ready to open its doors to the public. This is the latest and biggest (literally – this is the tallest hotel in Las Vegas at 67 storeys) chapter in the Fontainebleau brand’s history. Its new outpost on the LV Strip houses a 150,000-square-foot casino, numerous dining options (including elevated Cantonese at Chyna Club and Mediterranean cuisine at La Côte Unwind), and more than 3,600 rooms and suites, each promising floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip or surrounding mountains. Guests are also privy to the Lapis Spa & Wellness, a nail salon, and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. From the breathtakingly modern architecture to a huge fine art collection and, of course, world-class entertainment (it is Vegas, after all), this project looks set to exceed expectations.

Opening: January 2024
Room rate: From $152 per night

Four Seasons Resort Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

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The latest Four Seasons outpost springs up on the unspoiled southern cape of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The Baja California Peninsula is a place where adventure and relaxation converge, keeping both the fly-and-floppers and the active vacationers happy. Of course, the beaches here are unrivalled – think miles of pristine shoreline from which guests can learn to freedive, snorkel and whale spot right from the beach.

Should you tire of life beneath the sea, there’s plenty in Mexico’s Golden Corridor to keep you occupied. The Four Seasons promises exclusive access to the Cabo Del Sol golf course designed by Fry Straka as well as proximity to the town of Todos Santos, which has been granted ‘Pueblo Mágico’ status by the Mexican government for its unrivalled culture and architecture. Choose between guest rooms, small or large suites for extra space and comfort, or make your stay more permanent with one of 61 hotel residences complete with private terraces and pools.

Opening: 28 March 2024
Room rate: TBC

Our Habitas Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

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Costa Rica, with its rainforested topography, rugged volcanoes, and massive biodiversity (a quarter of its landmass is made up of protected jungle), is synonymous with adventure holidays, and this is where the new Our Habitas hotel comes into its own. Nestled in the jungle, right in front of one of the region’s best surf breaks on Playa Santa Teresa, Our Habitas Santa Teresa offers guests bucket list activities like exploring waterfalls while trekking through the Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve, as well as relaxation options including treatments that blend science and spirituality. The menu at the hotel restaurant, Suawe (which means ‘exquisite’ in the indigenous language Bribi), showcases the region’s flavours and combines them with age-old Costa Rican techniques of wood-fired cooking.

Opening: April 2024
Room rate: From £560 per night

Nobu Hotel Restaurant & Residences, Toronto, Canada

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The Nobu brand, founded by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper, commands a certain authority, with its distinctive blend of modern luxury and Japanese tradition. Thus, the opening of this 36-suite resort was always going to make waves in the world of travel. The launch of Nobu Hotel Restaurant & Residences in Toronto marks the brand’s Canadian debut. Rising 45-storeys above the city’s Entertainment District, it comprises two residential towers housing 660 apartments, with the hotel located atop the west tower, above the historic Pilkington Glass Factory. Rooms offer panoramic views of Lake Ontario, while guests enjoy access to a private hotel lounge, a wellness facility with fitness equipment, and a highly-anticipated 15,000 square foot, two-level Nobu restaurant with separate bar and lounge, two private dining rooms, a sushi bar (of course) and an outdoor terrace.

Opening: TBC
Room rate: TBC

Waldorf Astoria Guanacaste, Costa Rica

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The arrival of Waldorf Astoria, along with other hotels, in Costa Rica, signals the burgeoning nature of the country’s luxury offering. This new hotel and residences resort in Guanacaste – a northwestern province bordering the Pacific – comprises chic rooms and suites alongside oceanfront estate homes and condo residences perched on the dramatic peninsula of Punta Cacique. They will combine all of the sophistication synonymous with the Waldorf Astoria name with the barefoot, relaxed vibes of Costa Rica – the Guanacaste outpost overlooks a secluded beach and offers a wellness spa with 11 treatment rooms, as well as a multi-level pool bar. But you won’t be short on activities, either: within an hour’s drive from the Waldorf Astoria lies eco-adventure parks and wildlife tours or travel for two hours to reach the Miravalles Volcano.

Opening: November 2024
Room rate: TBC


The Residence Douz, Tunisia

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This 50-villa hotel perched on 14 hectares of dunes on the edge of the Sahara Desert promises something truly different from your usual fly-and-flop holiday. Surrounded by UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the village of Matmata (made famous in Star Wars), former Berber fortress Ksar Beni Alssa, the abandoned town of Tamerza, and Jebil Park, home to protected species of Saharan wildlife, you’ll never be short of things to see and do.

If, of course, that’s if you actually want to leave the hotel itself. An oasis-like resort set within a palm grove and decked out in works by local Tunisian artists and craftspeople, vast villas with private terraces, an expansive outdoor pool and two gourmet restaurants offering Arabic and Mediterranean delicacies and using the best of the hotel’s on-site permaculture garden make for a hugely inviting proposition. Add to that a Clarins spa with a large hammam, eight treatment rooms, two scrub rooms, an indoor pool, Moorish baths and a relaxation lounge – and a kids’ club to allow you to enjoy it in peace – and you’ve got a little slice of paradise.

Open: Now
Room rate: From €357 per night

Waldorf Astoria Seychelles Platte Island

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Set on the idyllic Platte Island, found in a pristine atoll in the Indian Ocean 20 minutes south of Mahé, the new Waldorf Astoria Seychelles is heaven for nature lovers. Protected by its own lagoon and coral reef, the island is a natural stop for migratory seabirds, turtles and humpback whales – best spotted from your own personal seafront villa (which comes with a private pool and dedicated concierge, naturally).

The island is also home to six restaurants and bars, including a poolside sushi restaurant and Afro-Latin fusion eatery, as well as a serene spa, tennis courts, private beach, gym and kids’ club. If you’re getting married in 2024, bookmark this as the ultimate honeymoon destination.

Opening: 15 February 2024
Room rate: From €1,800 per night

The Homestead, South Africa

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The last safari lodge that will ever be built in the Nambiti Private Game Reserve for conservation reasons, The Homestead is a 12-suite eco-conscious ultra-luxury lodge located in the heart of the South African wilderness. Two and a half hours from Durban, the Nambiti reserve is regarded as one of the country's most ambitious conservation initiatives and one of the few still home to the Big Five. Alongside luxurious suites boasting unrivalled panoramas across the reserve, private butler service as standard, and two eateries celebrating South Africa’s native cuisine, The Homestead also offers a range of adventurous experiences, from animal photography classes to camping in the mountains.

Opening: Spring 2024
Rate: From £2,550 per person per night, including safaris and transfers

Middle East

One&Only One Za’abeel, Dubai, UAE

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Take to the starry skies in Dubai at One&Only Resorts’ first skyscraper hotel, designed by world-renowned architect Nikken Sekkei to incorporate The Link – the world's longest cantilever. Here, you can dine with Michelin-rated chefs, sip cocktails at the destination bar, or dip your toes into the rooftop infinity pool, enveloped by 360-degree views of Dubai's shimmering skyline. There’s a grand total of 12 culinary concepts dotted around the 229-room hotel, spanning French to Andalusian cuisines, as well as a gourmet food hall showcasing the vibrant flavours of Turkey, the Middle East and the Arabian Peninsula. Come March 2024, the hotel will open the first Longevity Hub by Clinique La Prairie in the UAE, combining cutting-edge medicine, pioneering aesthetic and wellness solutions to address the daily stressors of urban living.

Opening: January 2024
Room rate: From £625 per night

St Regis Red Sea Resort, Saudi Arabia

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Situated on the pristine Ummahat Island in the Al Wajh Lagoon, the St Regis Red Sea Resort will be the first hotel-led private island opening in the famed Indian Ocean inlet. With the Red Sea fast becoming Saudi Arabia’s leading luxury regenerative tourism destination, the St Regis resort features 90 spacious beachfront and overwater villas, ranging from one to four-bedroom residences, complete with a private pool, sundeck and signature butler service.

The resort provides a gateway to the world's fourth-largest barrier reef system, where guests can discover the abundant wildlife, marine ecosystems and natural marvels of the Red Sea via snorkelling and guided scuba diving expeditions. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, dine at one of the five restaurants serving locally-sourced produce, before making the most of the two outdoor pools, high-tech fitness centre, signature spa and children’s club. Eco-conscious travellers will love that the island resort is powered by 100 per cent renewable energy, generated by solar power and one of the world's largest battery storage facilities situated on the mainland.

Opening: January 2024
Room rate: From £1,060 per night

Siro, Dubai, UAE

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Those looking for a wellness-led hotel while holidaying in the Middle East next year should look no further than Siro – the fitness-focused sibling that sits next to the aforementioned One&Only One Za'abeel. Recognising a gap in the market, Siro will deliver a new immersive hospitality experience with tailored programs and treatments that focus on five wellness pillars: fitness, nutrition, sleep, recovery and mindfulness. Think boxing programmes by Olympic British-Somalian boxer Ramla Ali and football sessions with AC Milan Football Club’s dieticians and personal trainers. Inside the 120-square metre suites, find a private workout area, plush beds, floor-to-ceiling windows and a stocked recovery cabinet for all your in-room training needs. Plus, every suite booking also includes two 30-minute in-room treatments, including assisted stretching and dry needling.

Opening: February 2024
Room rate: From £406 per night

The Lana, Dubai

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The Dorchester Collection’s first address in the Middle East, The Lana is one of the most highly-anticipated Dubai openings in 2024. Located in the heart of Downtown Dubai, overlooking the vibrant Business Bay area, The Lana is home to 225 guestrooms and suites alongside opulent residences, all designed by architects Foster and Partners and interior designers Gilles and Boissier. The Lana will also host a unique culinary collaboration between three famed chefs – Martín Berasategui, Jean Imbert and pastry chef Angelo Musa – to create four new dining concepts, alongside another four restaurants operated by the hotel team. Get away from the hustle and bustle by heading to the immaculate rooftop pool and bar, offering unparalleled vistas across the city and the desert beyond.

Opening: February 2024
Room rate: From £735 per night

Four Seasons Rabat at Kasr al Bahr, Morocco

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Having been renovated by the Four Seasons Group, the historic Kasr Al Bahr in Rabat will rise from the ashes in early 2024 to become one of Morocco’s most opulent five-star hotels. Translating as ‘castle of the sea’, this 19th-century property was originally built as a summer palace and sits on a 12-acre clifftop overlooking the Atlantic. The renovation was overseen by Moroccan architect Karin Chakor, who has maintained the property’s original character while bringing it up to the standards expected from discerning modern travellers. Featuring 204 rooms, seven restaurants, a spa and several outdoor pools, go beyond the hotel’s walls to discover the UNESCO city of Rabat which boasts more than 500 acres of green spaces, the 12th-century Hassan Tower, and the Grand Theatre, designed by acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid.

Opening: March 2024
Room rate: From £465 per night

Rosewood Doha, Qatar

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Housed in two towers inspired by the coral reefs that surround Qatar, Rosewood Doha will feature 155 meticulously-designed rooms and sumptuous suites, alongside 162 serviced apartments and 276 residences available for rent. Boasting eight culinary establishments – including a bistro, lobby lounge, coffee shop and deli, cigar lounge and three different restaurants – this new hotel promises to be the go-to foodie destination for both Qataris and tourists. Downstairs, Asaya – Rosewood’s signature urban wellness spa – is on hand for a guaranteed dose of relaxation and rejuvenation (that may be very much needed after the six-hour flight…).

Opening: TBC
Room rate: TBC


Hilton Yala Resort, Sri Lanka

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Immerse yourself in the lush natural beauty of Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park at the new Hilton Yala Resort. Overlooking the Indian Ocean, the resort’s nature-first design translates into 42 stylish rooms, suites, and villas influenced by the surrounding landscape and wildlife. Balance adventure and relaxation with safari drives promising elephant, leopard and sloth bear sightings and amenities such as an outdoor pool, gym, and state-of-the-art spa. Experience gourmet Sri Lankan cuisine at the hotel’s two restaurants or enjoy a bespoke outdoor dining experience under the stars.

Opening: January 2024
Room rate: From £546 per night

Conrad Chongqing, China

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Explore China’s bustling Nan’an District from the Conrad’s newest luxury outpost in Chongqing. Nestled amid the central business district’s shopping centres, nightlife, restaurants, and tourist attractions, the hotel is housed in a soaring skyscraper offering panoramic views of the city. 275 lavishly decorated rooms overlook the majestic Changjiang River while the hotel’s tranquil indoor pool offers the chance to unwind after a long day of work or play. Dining choices span three restaurants, including the Chinese specialty restaurant Yu which serves local flavours and regional classics.

Opening: May 2024
Room rate: TBC

Ta'aktana, Labuan Bajo, Indonesia

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Dive into the heart of Labuan Bajo on Indonesia’s Flores Island at the Ta’aktana resort. Inspired by the spider web-shaped rice terraces of the nearby Lingko fields, the luxury resort draws inspiration from the traditions and culture of Flores. Offering 70 suites and an exquisite collection of overwater villas, guests can enjoy the private beach or discover the beautiful surroundings onboard the hotel’s private yacht, with day trips to Western Flores, the nearby islands, and manta ray diving spots at Komodo National Park. Elsewhere, sip on cocktails at the overwater bar or relax by the Olympic-sized swimming pool. Plus, with five dining venues nestled amid the breathtaking scenery, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Opening: June 2024
Room rate: From £492 per night

Ritz-Carlton Bangkok, Thailand

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Bangkok’s exciting shopping, dining, nightlife, and tourist attractions have found a focal point in One Bangkok, a new urban development which will also house the forthcoming Ritz-Carlton Bangkok. The 259-room hotel will infuse local touches in its contemporary design and offer breathtaking views of the neighbouring Lumphini Park. Indulge in R&R amid the urban chaos at the hotel’s spa, complete with six treatment rooms, wet lounges, whirlpools, saunas, and steam rooms. Elsewhere, plan a dazzling event or family gathering in Thailand’s largest luxury hotel ballroom.

Opening: Autumn 2024
Room rate: TBC

Umana Bali

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Marking the brand’s first resort in Southeast Asia, LXR Hotels and Resorts’ Umana Bali is perched on the island’s southernmost tip. The luxury resort offers stunning ocean views and villas built along cascading terraces on limestone cliffs. Primed for romantic getaways, the elegantly designed villas are equipped with private pools and hot tubs. Partake in Southeast Asian delicacies at the on-site restaurant or enjoy alfresco dining on a terrace overlooking the pristine blue waters.

Opening: November 2023
Room rate: From £625 per night

Four Seasons Hotel Osaka, Japan

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Adding to the Four Seasons’Japanese portfolio, Four Seasons Hotel Osaka will be part of the One Dojima Project. Located by several waterways running through the ‘water capital’ of Osaka, the ambitious project will also feature residences and workspaces, creating a new hub in the city’s Kinki region. The sophisticated rooms will be designed by award-winning interior designers Gwenael Nicolas, Shinichiro Ogata and Yasuhiro Koichi, with the 175-key hotel taking its inspiration from the thriving nearby art district of Nakanoshima.

Opening: TBC 2024
Room rate: TBC

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