Small Luxury Hotels of the World, a collection of over 500 hotels, has added six new members: Hotel Three Sixty in Costa Rica, Puertas del Bosque in Mexico, D-Resort Göcek in Turkey, Saint Ten Hotel in Serbia, Babuino 181 in Rome and HGU New York in Manhattan.
The 12-room Hotel Three Sixty, located in Ojochal De Osa, Costa Rica, sits 300 meters above the Pacific Ocean in a private rainforest reserve. Near the picturesque town Ojochal, the property is made up of 12 private villas and includes access to a luxury spa and infinity pool. All villas come with wide views of the ocean or jungle.
Puertas del Bosque, built right next to Tlalpan Forest National Park, offers 18 rooms in southern Mexico City. Guests can visit local restaurants, hike in the neighboring forest or explore the wide variety of nearby museums.
Beach resort D-Resort Göcek offers 103 rooms in the Turkish town of Göcek. Previously a fishing village, the town is now a frequent yachting stop. Guests can relax at the private beach, visit archaeological sites or charter the hotel’s yacht for a day trip.
Currently a cultural heritage monument, Saint Ten Hotel was once the home of Serbia’s Minister of Justice. The 54-room luxury boutique hotel offers a refined stay in Belgrade. The property also welcomes families, offering children’s cooking classes and a special family package featuring a 2-hour boat ride.
Babuino 181 presents a classy option for travelers visiting Rome’s center. Locating near designer boutiques, antiques shops and art galleries, the hotel offers plenty of opportunities for shopping. Tourists can also walk to the Piazza del Popolo, Trevi Fountain, Via Margutta, Villa Borghese and the Spanish Steps.
A four-minute walk from the Empire State Building, the wellness-focused HGU New York offers a relaxing stay in the middle of Manhattan. The hotel offers a wide range of treatments including in-room meditation sessions, Vitality NYC cryotherapy, REVIV IV treatments and more.