The luxury hotel market continues to grow every year, offering even more innovative and tailor-made experiences. Below is a selection of the 2019 luxury hotel openings:
Six senses, Bhutan:
Nestled in the Himalayas mountains, the Six Senses will offer a confidential experience in an extraordinary setting in Bhutan.
Divided into 5 lodges, each with its own identity and natural specificity, the Six Senses will be home to 82 suites in total. Each lodge will host a spa offering a large choice of therapies along with a pyramidal meditation room. The hotel will be the perfect combination of peace and quiet in an intimate setting for visitors looking to disconnect from today’s fast-paced world.
Opening expected in february 2019 for the Thimphu Lodge, in March 2019 for the Punakha and Paro Lodges, and in May for the Gangtey et Bumthang lodges.
The Lodge at Blue Sky, USA :
The Lodge at Blue Sky, five-star hotel located on a 3,500-ha site in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, will be the perfect getaway for clients in search of luxury and open-spaces.
Composed of 46 rooms & suites, this safe haven will combine refinement and modern design overlooking the American countryside. The lodge will offer numerous activities led by professionals on site: such as hiking, biking, horse-riding, fishing, shooting sports and skiing. For the less adventurous, yoga or guided meditation classes will be held at the lodge.
Whiskey lovers will be able to get a taste of the lodge’s whiskey, made on the property at the “High West Distillery”.
Brand-new establishment at the foot of the Wasatch Range, The Lodge at Blue Sky will be ideal for a stay in communion with nature.
Opening scheduled for Spring 2019.
Belmond Cadogan Hotel, United Kingdom :
In 2019, London will see the reopening of the iconic Belmond Cadogan Hotel. Located on the prestigious Sloane Street, the hotel is steps away from the luxurious Kensington area and the artistic district of Chelsea.
Following a 42 Million € investment and a 3-year renovation, the hotel will unveil its 54 rooms decorated in a modern British style, a true blend of contemporary feel and British legacy. Over 400 art pieces from international and UK artists, will be displayed throughout the hotel. Guests will be able to enjoy a gym, a spa, a library and a tennis court along with a private access to the Cadogan Place Gardens (formally known as the London Botanic Gardens).
The Cadogan will also inaugurate its new restaurant guided by Chef Adam Handling, offering a British cuisine, modern, seasonal and sustainable.
The Belmond Cadogan will welcome customers starting from
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