The World's Best New Hotels & Resorts
Top-tier brands remain on our travel experts' radar, but boutique properties and South American and Vietnamese destinations are also garnering rave reviews
From the Print Edition:
Tom Selleck, Nov/Dec 2007
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St. Regis Temenos, Anguilla
With its spectacular Greg Norman—designed golf course and its stunning views of tranquil azure seas and St. Maarten, the ultra-exclusive St. Regis Temenos in idyllic Anguilla is a vacationer's and golf aficionado's dream. Guests can stay in one of three decadent, four- and five-suite whitewashed private villas (a 120-room hotel and additional villas will open in 2008), relax on the pristine private white-sand beach or hit the challenging 18-hole course (the 10th hole is particularly tough), where one can enjoy cigars.
Ulusaba Private Game Reserve, South Africa
Safari-goers who don't want to rough it often venture to Sir Richard Branson's vast African game reserve in South Africa. Located in the heart of the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, the 10,000-acre Ulusaba provides luxury amid a rugged terrain of unsurpassed beauty. On a given day you could spy wild game in the bush and get a world-class massage. No stone is unturned for guests, even cigar aficionados. Many Cuban marques are for sale and with much of the property being open air, cigar lovers can find many a spot to reflect as they enjoy their smokes.
—Shandana A. Durrani
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