Get lost to reconnect. We invite you to discover the best destinations that will open their doors in 2021, seeking to offer a renewed meaning to the luxury of travel.
Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo in Jalisco, Mexico
Image courtesy of the Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo.
Submerged in the tropical jungle , the opening of this exclusive complex will take place at the end of 2021 . Located in the well-known region of Costa Alegre , between the cities of Barra de Navidad and La Manzanilla , this large project will have 155 rooms, among which a large number of them will have privileged panoramic views of the Pacific coast and an ecological reserve .
This project came to life thanks to the architectural design vision of LEGORRETA and the Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo Workshop , who achieved an organic work, modern in character, with three main enclaves: a family beach, a spectacular view of the cliff and a magical hideaway among all the vegetation. In addition, the hotel will have an 18-hole golf course, designed by David Fleming (PGA Professional), as well as different restaurants, a spa, a water sports center, among other amenities, characteristics of the renowned hotel chain.
Etéreo, Auberge Resorts Collection in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
Image courtesy of Etéreo, Auberge Resorts Collection.
Located between mangroves and a white sand beach, Etéreo will offer a luxurious experience , connecting nature and comfort in the same space , later this year . The complex will have 75 villas of contemporary design, spectacular views of the characteristic turquoise sea of the Caribbean, as well as private pools and large terraces.
Among the main amenities is the Auberge Spa , where they will offer treatments inspired by the Mayan culture and healing traditions of the region. It should be noted that the hotel will have world-class gastronomic proposals, reinterpreting handmade Mexican dishes, under a modern look.
Montage Big Sky in Montana, USA.
Image courtesy of Montage Big Sky Montana.
Built between mountains and snow this spring we will visit this spectacular ski resort located in the famous Spanish Peaks Big Sky. With an aesthetic inspired by the local environment and a timeless palette of materials such as stone and wood, the 150 rooms and suites, along with the 39 residences, will feature Alpine views. Managing to evoke the cozy feeling of a refuge in the middle of the mountain .
The resort will have direct access to the Big Sky Ski Center (the second largest in the United States) and will offer ski storage and services for skiers . For those fans of golf, an 18-hole club, designed by Tom Weiskopf , will be just steps away. On the other hand, in the gastronomic area, the complex will house restaurants, a bar / lounge and a gastropub, as well as an outdoor market where you can buy everything you need for an outdoor barbecue.
Cheval Blanc in Paris, France.
Photograph by Julien Alma. Courtesy of Cheval Blanc.
After 15 years of renovations by the renowned French luxury group LVMH , the iconic La Samaritaine building located a few steps from the Louvre Museum and next to the famous River Seine, will open its doors to become a majestic hotel by the end of the year. . With a style that blends Art Noveau and Art Déco , the design of the prestigious architect Peter Marino will come to life within the 72 rooms and suites ; where you can enjoy a typical Parisian breakfast and why not, a delicious croissant in front of a spectacular view.
The chef Arnaud Donckele (three Michelin stars) and the pastry chef Maxime Fréderic will be in charge of directing the four restaurants and bars of this magnificent place, their passion for flavors and their philosophy for nature make them stand out in the capital of the arts culinary.
Xigera Safari Lodge in Botswana, Africa.
Image of the Xigera Safari Lodge. Courtesy of the Hotel.
Immersed in a landscape full of vegetation, rivers and wild animals, the Tollman family wrote a love letter to the African continent , building the magnificent Safari Lodge in Botswana , which will be ready at the end of January . In honor of the typical bird of the region named Xigera ('kee-jera'), this sustainable complex has 12 elegant suites, which reflect the local culture through their furniture made with materials from the region, created by 76 African designers.
Among the activities offered by the accommodation is its exclusive spa, nights around a bonfire and of course safaris and jet skis. Likewise, just a kilometer away awaits the Baobab Treehouse , where you can enjoy a spectacular night of stars . Regarding the culinary experience, the menu of your restaurant will be composed of different ingredients obtained locally, surprising guests with different dishes, every day.