Tap into some of the upcoming luxury travel trends with these five luxury winter 2020 getaways, inspired by Small Luxury Hotels of the World’s top travel trends insights for 2020.
More luxury travelers are demanding hotels consciously address sustainability. While many properties are removing plastic from guestrooms and hotel operations, some take efforts to protect the planet a step further. At Harbour Village Beach Club in Bonaire, this winter you can dive below the Caribbean waters to learn how to maintain the world’s coral reefs and receive your PADI certification in coral restoration.
Dispersed luxury hotels spread out the hotel experience over multiple buildings or a destination for a unique experience and a community vibe. Enzo Ango Fuya II is Japan’s first dispersed hotel. Situated in Kyoto, it’s a winter getaway set across five buildings on one street, with each building serving a different function.
Luxury travelers want to learn something new on vacation. You can channel your songwriting skills thanks to private songwriter sessions now being offered at the new 121 Hotel in Nashville, with sessions led by hit songwriters. If music isn’t your strong suit, but you still want to appreciate art, check out Nashville’s new 21c Museum Hotel.
If what you really need in 2020 is just a good nap, you can get that at Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa in California. The hotel offers the world’s first sleep fitness program, as the importance of sleep begins playing a larger role in hotel and spa wellness offerings.
Tel Aviv is one of 2020’s up-and-coming destinations and with new air service and the luxury boutique hotel opening of The Norman Tel Aviv, now is the perfect time to go, as globetrotters scramble to be the first of their friends in the next big destination.
Have you ever visited a destination and imagined yourself living there? Maybe you’ve even made the jump, packing up all your belongings and embarking on a new life in a new country. Maybe you’re just considering doing so and are looking for the perfect new place to call home. If so, you might want to consider one of the top countries residents don’t want to leave.
United Airlines is in the midst of a major initiative to modernize its fleet over the next several years. After first announcing the plan in 2021, planes fitted with United’s signature interior are finally beginning to appear across the airline’s narrowbody fleet of Boeing and Airbus planes. United flyers are sure to notice these enhancements from the moment they step on board: Each new or updated plane sports remodeled seats, seatback entertainment screens for everyone, Bluetooth connectivity and more, all adding up to a better experience on every journey.
Moxy Hotels and Sanctuary, a digital astrology platform, recently announced a year-long partnership with new Cosmic Curations. Using astrocartography, the Sanctuary app features free personalized travel date, location and companion recommendations tailored to Moxy destinations. Additionally, Sanctuary social channels and Moxy.com also boast astrology-based insights, travel-inspired horoscopes and interactive content.
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Hotel Bardo Savannah opens this month, bringing an urban resort and private club to Savannah and its Forsyth Park. New York City-based LEFT LANE transformed a 19th-century Southern Gothic structure into the 2-acre resort with 149 guestrooms and suites, Saint Bibiana restaurant, a spa, Camp Bardo for kids and a social club.