Virtuoso has announced nine of its hottest luxury hotels debuting worldwide over the next few months—all of which belong to its Hotel & Resorts program. With new locations opening from last month through next summer, the luxury travel network will welcome new properties from Vietnam, Grenada, United Kingdom, Bhutan, Hong Kong, the United States and Italy.
Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, Vietnam – This 26-villa beachfront property opened November 15. Situated on 18 acres of tropical gardens, the villas here offer infinity pools, wine cellars and personal butler service.
Belmond Cadogan Hotel, United Kingdom – Located between Chelsea and Knightsbridge, the 54-room property will open winter 2019. To relax, guests can visit the hotel’s private garden for a picnic or tennis game.
Six Senses Bhutan, Bhutan – Opening winter 2019, Six Senses Bhutan will spread across five resorts in different locations, with a total of 82 suites overall.
Rosewood Hong Kong, Hong Kong – Located in the new Victoria Dockside arts and culture district, this property’s hotel and residences will occupy 43 floors of a multi-use waterfront tower. The location will open winter 2019.
The Lodge at Blue Sky, United States – Situated on a 3,500-acre ranch near Park City, Utah, this resort will open spring 2019. Activities here will include horseback riding and fly fishing in the summer and skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
Hotel de la Ville, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Italy – At the top of the Spanish Steps and minutes from the Trevi Fountain, this 18th century palace-turned-hotel will begin welcoming guests spring 2019. The property will offer three restaurants, a rooftop bar and a two-floor spa and wellness facility.
Equinox Hotel, Hudson Yards, New York City, United States – This property will mark the first luxury-lifestyle Equinox Hotel. Located in Manhattan’s Hudson Yards neighborhood, the hotel will open summer 2019.
Lefay Resort & SPA Dolomiti, Italy – This ski resort will encompass 23 wellness residences and 88 suites and will open summer 2019.
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