A tour of the world's new 5-star hotels← Back
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As holiday fevour kicks in, we take a peak at some of the newest luxury hotels across the world.
There’s been a lot of hype around New York’s latest luxury hotel, which is due to open this August. The Park Hyatt will be the first new 5-star hotel Manhattan will have seen in a decade, part of the luxury condominium One57. Guests will be able to indulge in food at The Back Room restaurant as well as relax at Spa Nalai.
The Molitor originally made a name for itself as an Art Deco swimming pool dating back to the 30s. After having been closed for 25 years, it reopened this May as a five-star hotel. In keeping with the nautical theme the hotel features port-hole windows, includes a pool as well as a Clarins Spa.
Situated by the super-yacht marina of the Bay of Kotor, the Regent Porto Montenegro is synonymous with luxury. 88 rooms and residences are housed in a Renaissance building which is set to open on the 1st August. As well as a private dining island, the hotel boasts two exclusive pools for VIP guests.
Bodrum welcomed guests to its brand new five-star Mandarin Oriental earlier this month. The luxury resort offers a selection of rooms, suites and villas. Aside from a whole range of leisure activities, guests can head to one of the hotel’s private beaches or choose to take a dip in the infinity pool under Turkey's sun-drenched skies.