Shanghai, Bali, St.Petersburg… Here are the new hotels that we will want to check into during 2013. Because there is always need for a good place to stay while you are on the road.
From Shanghai to Bali: New Hotels 2013
Regent Bali (June 2013)
Situated in the Sanur District, in the ‘Island of the Gods’ or the ‘Dawn of the World’ as Bali’s called, the hotel will feature 53 suites of 90sqm overlooking lush green garden and water features and 25 units of large 90sqm suite overlooking the island of Nusa Lembongan and the Indian Ocean.
Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai (July 2013)
The new Mandarin Oriental Opening is set to open on July 2013, and the skyscraper will stand out in the financial district on the banks of Shanghai’s Huangpu River. With 7 dining options that range from exquisite Jiang Nan cuisine to contemporary French grill from Michelin-starred chef Richard Ekkebus at Fifty 8° Grill, it will feature an amazing Spa of 2,415 square metres with a 25-metre indoor swimming pool.
Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg (Spring 2013)
Only two blocks from the Hermitage Museum and close to Nevsky Prospekt and the Mariinsky Theatre, the new Four Seasons that will open in spring 2013 is hosted in a restored 19th-century Russian royal palace in the historic Admiralteysky district. It features 177 guest rooms, including 26 suites, and a glass-topped spa.
The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal (March 2013)
Renaissance-designed luxury hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal and enter a world of supreme comfort and lavish accommodation. Opening in the first quarter of 2013, this crescent-shaped 5-star hotel features a 2,000-square-metre (21,500-square-foot) rejuvenating spa, nine on-site restaurants, sophisticated lounges and pool-side bars, and spacious meeting facilities.447 guest rooms and suites and 85 private villas, pick one among the 9 dining options or head to the exclusive spa.
Salamander Resort & Spa, Middleburg, Va. (August 2013)
A pet-friendly destination, Salamander Resort in Virginia will open its gates in August. The structure will include an equestrian centre and 22-stall stable, a 23,000-square-foot spa with “treehouse” treatment rooms overlooking nature, and a 100-year-old restored barn. The restaurant, with its unique octagonal-shaped 42-foot-high ceiling, combines extraordinary views with exceptional cuisine from the Virginia Piedmont region by acclaimed Chef Todd Gray.
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