From special birthday holidays and unique anniversary trips to babymoons and multigenerational getaways, we’ve gathered the best places to bring everyone together for a trip like no other. Luxury anniversary holidays deserve to be marked somewhere drenched in romance, perhaps with an island getaway in the Caribbean or some tropical escapism in Seychelles. Want to get away to celebrate your thirtieth, fortieth or fiftieth? Destinations like Jordan, Peru and Brazil are also the perfect setting for luxury milestone holidays. Who wouldn’t want to celebrate their milestone birthday seeing Petra by candlelight, hiking to Machu Picchu or cruising the Amazon jungle? We can’t think of anything more special. The Maldives and Thailand’s beaches make for relaxing luxury babymoon destinations before your little one arrives. Slow down, relax, and enjoy the peaceful ambience of nature’s surroundings.
Or, if you’re looking for a family adventure, a safari in Kenya is a classic destination that will stamp your brain with memories you’ll be retelling at gatherings for years. Whatever special occasion you want to celebrate, our Travel Designers will make sure you mark it with a knockout holiday.PLAN MY MILESTONE HOLIDAY
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Ubud is place that moves to its own rhythm, conjuring up images ripped straight out of Eat Pray Love. It’s a slice of Indonesia you feel you have an inkling about but our exclusive experiences you can’t book anywhere else unwrap its most enthralling secrets so you can peer deep into its spiritual soul.VIEW EXPERIENCE
From coastal city swagger to sweeping countryside and wild African bush, the variety of South Africa’s landscapes is severely underrated. We’ll pay tribute to its rich scenic mix by exploring it in the same thrilling fashion, by the legendary Rovos Rail train, light aircraft and helicopter.VIEW EXPERIENCE
Travel in the footsteps of historical gold rush settlers and fur traders as you pass through the towns of Whistler and Quesnel. With glacial fed lakes, imposing mountain ranges and deep canyons, you will need your camera ready at many opportunities to catch the perfect moment.VIEW EXPERIENCE
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Boasting an impressive diversity of wildlife, Tanzania is the place to go on a dream luxury safari holiday followed by a post-safari sojourn in Zanzibar. In the land where wilderness roams free and lives happily side by side, you’ll be reminded of just how beautiful the world is.VIEW DESTINATION
An eco-paradise, Ecuador’s biodiversity is so abundant it’s easy to see why Charles Darwin was obsessed with this part of the world. The otherworldly Galapagos islands, located 600 miles west of Ecuador remains a draw for those wanting to get close to untouched nature.VIEW DESTINATION
A sleek sanctuary is the last thing you’d expect to find in Utah’s pristine red-rock country but you’ll be awfully glad it’s here. Amangiri is a relaxing oasis in the heat of the desert and its sand-hued canvas-topped pavilions and Navajo-influenced spa treatments take inspiration from their surrounds to deliver unparalleled comfort. Even the swimming pool looks like it’s being fed by the cliff face it’s built into. Perhaps it’s apt Amangiri is in the eye of a Martian landscape, because it feels out of this world.
Rocky Mountaineer is one of the world’s most iconic train journeys, taking you on an unforgettable trip through the stunning beauty of the Canadian Rockies. With luxurious surroundings and a gourmet culinary experience, the Rocky Mountaineer is one of the world's premier train journeys.
There was a buzz about this hotel when it opened and has continued due its great service and warm hospitality. Within an easy stroll of the Artist’s quarter, this contemporary styled hotel is constantly voted as one of the best in the city. It also boasts the city’s only rooftop pool for a relaxing and unwinding swim.
Located along Bwejuu beach, named one of the top 30 island beaches in the world by Condé Nast Traveller magazine. An all villa boutique hotel on the east coast of Zanzibar, Baraza is well known for its excellent service, sophisticated atmosphere, luxurious villas with plunge pool and great facilities including the Frangipani Spa.
Perhaps one of the greatest hotel views on the planet; the Amor Arenal is set in surroundings so close to the Arenal Volcano that you can practically reach out and touch it. Enjoy the spectacular centerpiece within the lush green rainforest from your own very own casita with your own private view of Arenal and a plunge pool.
Amidst the most dramatic mountains in Canada, the Fairmont Lake Louise sits within sight of a pristine glacial lakes. One of the most recognisable hotels in the world, experience 5-star luxury accommodation coupled with impeccable service and fine dining. Flanked by the towering Rocky Mountains and with the picturesque Lake Louise, a stay at this hotel will create many memories.
You’ll be staying in a little slice of history at Hospes Palacio del Bailío, as this urban retreat is set within a sixteenth-century former mansion on top of the ruins of a Roman villa. This creates a mish-mash of influences, from the expertly carved Moorish gates to the frescoes inspired by Tuscan artists. But the fact it was once home to royalty means you can be certain that historic grandeur and class will ooze from every inch of its courtyards, geranium-dressed balconies and marble corridors.
Sitting high up on a natural balcony in Cerro Alarkén Natural Reserve, Arakur Ushuaia is designed according to the standards of sustainable architecture meaning the property is beautifully integrated in its surroundings. Boasting stunning panoramic views of the native forest, Ushuaia, and the Beagle Channel ensure that your stay is unforgettable.
Since opening its doors in 1887, Raffles has become synonymous with luxury - offering an oasis of calm in the heart of Singapore. Here, old world charm is perfectly complemented by refined modern features to exude an unrivalled air of elegance and better yet, you are perfectly located to explore some of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
As the only hotel within the Brazilian side of Iguazu National Park, you simply can’t get any closer to the raw thunder of the Iguazu Falls than at Belmond Hotel das Cataratas. Private out-of-hours access offers an even greater exclusive glimpse of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, while tapirs and armadillos playfully abound in the soggy rainforest. Dressed in colonial style, the Belmond is a plush place to relax but nature’s raw power is always there; you might even find Iguazu mist sprinkling in your Devil’s Throat signature cocktail.
Awarded Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Award in 2020, this tropical paradise is nestled deep in Belize’s rugged Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, boasting exceptional views of Five Sisters waterfalls.
Within a stone’s throw from the waters of Lake Wakatipu, the Eichardt’s Private Hotel is a Queenstown icon and a Category 2 historical site. Offering the finest in service and luxurious guest rooms, this is the place to stay in the city.
At the heart of Gurgaon's shopping districts you will find a tranquil atmosphere as you enter through a small forest to arrive at this entirely solar powered four-story glass and chrome Jewel Box. Complemented by landscaped gardens, beautifully designed Olympic pool, and windows highlighting its unique surroundings. Dine at its open-kitchen restaurants, sample its award-winning patisserie treats and relax in piano bar or cigar lounge.
Escape to this remote Patagonian retreat amidst 10,000 acres of majestic mountains and plains; EOLO offers a truly memorable escape on the land where the first Creole and European immigrants initially set foot within the region. Appreciate scenic glacier views from the comfort of your room, or enjoy a range of activities including horseback riding, bird watching and mountain biking.
Dating back to the 1930’s, Giraffe Manor is an exquisite manor hotel with a boutique feel. With twelve rooms characterful rooms, a serene wellness centre enjoy the hot tub, sauna, steam room and gym or simply relax in the gardens overlooking the giraffe sanctuary. The most fascinating thing, is its resident herd of Rothschild's giraffes, who offer great entertainment as they stop by at breakfast time to say hello.
Considered to be one of the most iconic retreats, the Huka Lodge is set in 17 acres of magnificent, manicured gardens. Built in the 1920’s, it has been welcoming guests looking for a peaceful and tranquil getaway due its unrivalled location on the banks of Waikato River.
Located in the city known as “the door to the desert”, this distinctively Moroccan kasbah is furnished with traditional Moroccan designs even down to the ornate brickwork. An oasis before entering the nearby Saharan desert, relax at its two swimming pools and impressive spa with a hammam.
Imagine being nestled in the jungle canopy and sleeping in your own treehouse. This is what awaits you at TreeHouse Villas. Koh Yao Noi is considered to be one of the last unspoilt islands with its pristine beaches and tropical jungle.
A luxury lodge in the Amazon rainforest, located on the Rio Negro in the Anavilhanas archipelago gives you exclusive access to the Amazon jungle. Countless excursions are offered for a genuine taste of Amazonian culture.
Colonial luxury living at its peak, Kandy House is a boutique hotel situated within a former nineteenth-century mansion built by the last chief minister of the Kandyan kingdom. The palatial features of his former villa have been retained and its rooms boast vivid fabrics, black woods and whitewashed walls. Dinner is a personalised affair with tailored chef recommendations, while the twice-weekly ten-course curry feasts are taste sensation.
Among the trickling waterfalls and lush flora surrounding Machu Picchu is this collection of casitas, stone pathways, and wooden bridges tucked away in the cloud forest. Welcoming guests to its intimate Andean Villa, the hotel is renowned for its service and warm Peruvian hospitality. A must stay when you’re visiting Machu Picchu.
The only hotel located within Iguazú National Park, you couldn’t be better located to witness the park’s wondrous waterfalls than at the Gran Meliá. Rooms are either angled towards the falls themselves or the thick jungle, where toucans gather in the trees at daybreak and sundown. Its large infinity pool is handy for cooling off in after a day’s hiking in the park, while the dulce de leche dessert at the Merkado restaurant is a sweet way to dine on the crashing cascades in the distance.
Harking back to the grandeur of the Edwardian era, the Wharekauhau Country Estate is located on a 5,000-acre working farm and offers to its guests a unique experience in “Farm to Table” dining as everything is sourced from its own gardens and the surrounding area.
Highly regarded as the original Francis Ford Coppola property in Belize, this luxury hideaway is complete with authentic Guatemalan décor, designer touches, and indulgent amenities, alongside a tropical restaurant specializing in Italian cuisine, made from fresh ingredients from their own organic garden.
Very close to the Tanzania border, Sala’s Camp combines the feel of a traditional safari tented camp with modern touches such as a glass front to the tents to connect with the bush. There’s also bathtubs for a well-deserved soak after a hot and dusty day in the Mara and a plunge pool – all these elevate the experience to such an extent that Sala’s is known to be one of the most luxurious camps in the Mara.
Prepare to feel indulged like a sun-kissed goddess at Macakizi. Away from the buzz of Bodrum and hugging a prime slice of the Turquoise Coast, Macakizi really lets you live your best life in this dreamy Turkish corner, from its oleander-perfumed stone gardens to the expansive wooden sundeck loitering over the Aegean, where you can laze languidly with the celebrity elite. Macakizi knows it has a five-star location so chooses to embrace it, with its restaurant and breakfast pavilion both open-air. Dining with a view has never looked so good.
Making the most of its wonderful location on Copacabana beach, this majestic hotel is renowned for its royal pedigree spanning decades and classical style. Experience Belmond’s warm service and savour the show-stopping outdoor pool after a day of sightseeing, or sip a Caipirinha poolside.
A traditional Ryokan style-hotel which is rurally located yet close to Takayama’s attractions. Each guest room balances tradition with modernity. Its architecture showcases native timbers including Japanese zelkova, thought to have a relaxing effect. Sample Onsen culture at the public bath facilities and several open-air baths (available to book) and indulge in a kaiseki, a multicourse meal, including fresh seafood and quality Hida beef.
A legend amongst Indian Hotel’s, this Grand Dame has an enviable position in the foothills of the Himalayas Mountain range. Each guest room has been opulently appointed with soft pastel colours and locally sourced furniture.
If you want a luxury snapshot of how a monk lives, Amankora Thimphu comes pretty close. Serenely situated on the outskirts of Bhutan’s capital amid sweet-smelling pines, the hotel is built in the image of a traditional dzong. Even the simple designed rooms and bukhari wood-burning stoves, resemble monks’ quarters. Tap into Bhutanese life here, from half-day hikes to a nearby monastery to archery classes and downtime in its cedar-scented spa.
With a peaceful and tranquil riverside location, this colonial style hotel harks back to a forgotten era. Guest rooms have been styled with a mix of antique reproduction furniture and local art works.
World-class dining and views to die for on this beachside hotel, this hotel is located on the edges of the hustle and bustle of the edge of Natai Beach. The interior designs have been created by over 10 separate international designers, to give its guest rooms and public area’s their own unique identity.
Tucked away in the historic quarter of the UNESCO World Heritage listed city of Salvador, this one-of-a-kind hotel boasts two magnificent mansions with authentic colonial features. Each room has been meticulously renovated to reflect Bahia’s rich history, offering guests a unique stay filled with character.
Blending in seamlessly with the raw beauty of the Atacama Desert, this luxury oasis is surrounded by a divine chocolate box of natural wonders, including salt flats, volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and sand dunes. Its adobe-style desert retreats pay homage to the indigenous architecture that’s befitting of the area, while Explora Atacama is far enough away from San Pedro de Atacama to benefit from the dark skies that make this wilderness one of the world’s premier stargazing spots.
A pair of zero-emission ships operated by Relais & Chateaux, there isn’t a more luxurious way to explore the Galápagos Islands than aboard either Origin or Theory. Holding just twenty passengers, you’re guaranteed intimate guided excursions to the islands’ most otherworldly treasures. The diverse activities Origin and Theory provide is staggering, from glass-bottom kayaking to nature walks in search of marine iguanas. Onboard, you’re treated to engaging expert-led talks, gourmet dinners and caipirinhas on deck at sundown, so you’re recharged for the next day.
Gaze out from Living Heritage Koslanda’s hill-perched infinity pool over the paddy fields and forest tumbling down a gently sloping valley, you’ll probably think this scenery could only be fashioned by divine hands. No wonder it’s called God’s Forest, then, and Living Heritage Koslanda has the finest view of it all – Sri Lanka’s hill country has never looked good. The resort’s name also nods to the traditional architecture used throughout, from the Kandyan-style roofs to the colonnaded courtyards. A piece of heaven? Absolutely.
Teetering on a clifftop 150m above the Indian Ocean, The Bulgari Resort boasts one of Bali’s finest views. Fashioned by Italian architects, this is chic Milan meets Balinese jungle, with tropical woods and hand-hewn volcanic stone used to create its glamorous interiors and Balinese antiques and handicrafts ensuring an ever-present sense of place. Frangipani-scented pathways lead you to your thatched villa but that view is best appreciated from the dazzling infinity pool or the resort’s private beach, accessed via a sleek inclinator.
If you were in any doubt about whether the Maldives you’ve seen on social media was Photoshopped, then visit Anantara Kihavah. Its whiter-than-white beaches, beryl-blue lagoons and lime-green interior don’t need an Instagram filter – this is an island paradise already in 4K. The sunsets here are at their most fiery, the stars so big it’s as if you can reach out and grab them and the coral-encrusted reefs so luminous they’ll bedazzle your eyes through your snorkel mask. We can hear you packing your bags already…
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to stay in the heart of the raw Australian bush, then the Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is a luxury way to find out the answer. Dramatically pitched in the Blue Mountains, this is a resort that marries luxurious tranquillity with an unbreakable connection to nature. Treat the seven thousand acres of unblemished wilderness as your playground and the resort’s impressive guides are your key to unlock the Blue Mountains’ wildlife, ecology and Aboriginal history.
Existing in complete harmony with its unique surroundings, stay in an award-winning luxury tented suite, located in the dry rainforest of Guanacaste overlooking two untouched beaches. The perfect place to unwind and rediscover the true value of time, we love the Laughing Whale suite, which sits atop a cliff with private outdoor bath and its own cliff path.
Rules? What rules? Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas on the island of Mahé effectively gives its guests the keys to its tropical hideaway and allows them to write their own, unique script. Against a backdrop of buttermilk sands, tropical gardens and gin-clear waters, its Beyond All-Inclusive Luxury concept ensures a ‘whatever, whenever, wherever’ getaway in the most idyllic surroundings. Late night snack on the beach? You got it. Exclusive private dinner on the resort’s helipad? No problem. Diving among kaleidoscopic marine life? All included. Anantara Maia is where you're in charge.
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