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Best New Hotels for 2018 [Summer]

 

With Summer vibes here and plans to make, we set out a little help list to get you going. See some of our top new openings of 2018, from locations here on our shores to the far east.

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  1. White City House, London

Apart of the Soho House Franchise, White City house was unveiled earlier this year and has opened inside the former BBC Television Centre, whilst you might need a membership to make use of the great facilities here, you won’t be disappointed as the building comes fully equipt with rooftop pools, gym, and even a cinema spanning over three floors of club space.

This is the perfect location for those who just can’t get away in the summer months.

  1. AMANYANGYUN – Shanghai, China

Just outside downtown Shanghai, a cherished camphor forest sets the scene for Aman’s fourth destination in China: Amanyangyun. Meaning ‘nourishing cloud’, yangyun is a reference to expanding the ‘cloud’ of the mind with knowledge – a philosophy borne by the story of the trees and dwellings at Amanyangyun’s heart. This introspective retreat belies a remarkable tale of a forest transported, and a history preserved.

  1. Nobu – Marbella

Designed for grown-ups. Curated for the playful. The New Nobu Hotel Marbella, a destination for entertainment, food and indulgence.  Located on the swish ‘Golden Mile’ in Southern Spain, you are just steps from the sandy beaches and turquoise waters of the Mediterranean.

  1. Baglioni ResortMaldives

Dreamily resplendent on the island of Maagau in Dhaalu atoll, a 40-minute hop by seaplane from the capital, Malé, this remarkable resort is awash with tropical natural beauty. Its comprehensive comforts offer an unforgettable stay with a blend of sport, relaxation and prestigious gourmet dining to suit its exclusive international clientele. It is a piece of paradise in true Baglioni Hotels style.

  1. Rosewood Baha MarBahamas

Rosewood Baha Mar epitomizes Bahamian refinement and sophistication. Fusing the timeless charm of British colonial architecture with modern amenities and a contemporary beach cottage interior, the resort offers 237 rooms, suites and beachfront villas, exceptional dining experiences, private beach access and an indulgent spa.

 

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