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A Luxury Traveller enjoys once in a lifetime experiences. Vacation time is precious and while having a pristine product is great, service matters above all. With this being said, this type of traveller is also willing to pay more to attain services such as private tours, fine dining, and unique excursions.

Some of Our Favorite Luxury Hotels

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle – Thailand

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Photo of the hotel’s Superior Tent. Courtesy of the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

The Four Seasons Tented Camp is situated in Northern Thailand within the “Golden Triangle”, sharing its borders with Burma and Laos.  This hotel offers guests the experience to go on daily excursions (minimum of 2 days worth) that include the opportunity to ride elephants, saved from the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation, through the jungles and mountains of Thailand.

Nay Palad Hideaway – Philippines

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Photo of the hotel’s grounds. Courtesy of Nay Palad Hideaway

Nay Palad Hideaway has taken “all inclusive” to the next level. From food, activities, to massages, everything is included in the initial room rate. This allows guests to truly relax whilst on their vacation. The resort is on the smaller side (with a total of 11 villas) in order to provide each guest the personalized service they deserve. Nay Palad creates an environment that makes you feel at home. If wanted, you can pop into the kitchen to see what’s cooking, or go behind the bar and make a drink. It’s your holiday – you have the choice to be as active or inactive as you want.

Mandarin Oriental Marrakech – Morocco

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Photo of the hotel’s Pool Villa. Courtesy of the Mandarin Oriental Marrakech

The Mandarin Oriental Marrakech is a truly spectacular hotel comprised of only suites and villas. To heighten the picturesque setting of this 20 hectare hotel, over a hundred thousand bushels of roses have been planted for guest enjoyment. The grounds also holds its own farm that is used to source the vegetables for their restaurant Mes’Lala. In terms of dining, guests are spoiled for choice! The hotel is also home to Hakkasan’s one-star Michelin rated restaurant “Ling Ling” (we recommend the wasabi prawns), and there is even the option to have a chef come in and cook for you whilst dining to beautiful Moroccan music played by your own private musician.

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