Five Best Hotels in the World From The World`s 50 Best List
The World's 50 Best has announced the list of the fifty best hotels in the world. The best locations were selected in 35 directions on six continents.
The list was published on The World's 50 website.
The rating of the best hotels in the world was based on an analysis of impressions from travels collected from 580 ordinary people and experts. Among those surveyed were hotel owners, travel journalists, professionals in the hotel and restaurant business, and travelers.
Today we will tell you about the top five leaders - hotels that topped the world ranking.
The Italian hotel Passalacqua, located in an 18th-century villa, took first place. The building formerly belonged to the composer Vincenzo Bellini. The hotel itself is hidden among cozy terraced gardens right on the shore of the world-famous Lake Como. Passalacqua's territory covers seven acres of gardens with olive groves, mimosa, roses, and magnolias. The hotel offers visitors 24 rooms distributed among three separate buildings.
Rosewood Hong Kong
Rosewood Hong Kong is a 65-story tower that has become an integral part of Hong Kong's cityscape. The hotel offers its guests 413 rooms to suit all tastes with views of Victoria Harbor.
A special emphasis at Rosewood Hong Kong is placed on the interior. The hotel's design was developed and implemented by Taiwanese designer Tony Chi. The artist managed to achieve a successful balance between modern trends and refined style, creating a truly unique atmosphere.
Four Seasons Bangkok at Chao Phraya River
Located in the bustling city of Bangkok, the Four Seasons Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is the new flagship of the world-famous chain. The location in Thailand is a real gem that promises to "welcome you with the best service and guarantee an unforgettable stay."
The hotel is situated on the banks of the River of Kings and has 299 luxury rooms and suites, all spread over a few floors. In addition, guests are offered relaxation by the pool and rejuvenation at the wellness center with a spa area inspired by authentic Thai rituals and traditions.
The Upper House
Boasting panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the city, The Upper House is located in the centre of Hong Kong Island, directly above the city's main shopping centre, Pacific Place. The 117-room complex will greet you with its striking and brutal façade, which was designed by British designer Thomas Heatherwick. Inside, you will discover a concept created by Asian designer Andre Fu, based on the idea of "upward travel".
Another highlight of the hotel is a unique collection of more than 400 works of art, which are permanently exhibited on the territory of the complex.
Located right in the centre of bustling Tokyo, Aman Tokyo occupies the top six floors of a glittering 38-storey skyscraper in the financial district of Otemachi. This hotel offers 84 unrivalled rooms, with breathtaking views of the Japanese metropolis that never sleeps, even at night.
For true gourmets, there is a wide range of different restaurants: from the cosy Arva, which will help you reimagine Italian cuisine using high-quality Japanese products, to Musashi, a discreet and impeccable restaurant with authentic Japanese sushi.