Travel 2 minutes 20 September 2023

This Week’s New Hotels

MICHELIN Guide hotel experts share their most exciting discoveries for the week of September 18th.

New Additions Hotels Travel

MICHELIN Guide hotel experts are a hard-working crew. They spend their days scouring the earth to find the most extraordinary hotels for all budgets — places that stand out for their style, service, and personality. As a result, the MICHELIN Guide hotel selection features over 6,000 amazing accommodations in more than 130 countries, including the recent discoveries below.

Hotel Montevideo
Montevideo, Uruguay

It takes quite a bit of confidence to name your hotel after the city it calls home. But it turns out the Hotel Montevideo has plenty to be confident about. This 80-room boutique-style luxury hotel aims to be nothing less than the finest hotel in the Uruguayan capital, and there’s no question it lands in the top tier.

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Autocamp Yosemite
Midpines, California

Yosemite National Park has never been served by accommodations you would describe as stylish. AutoCamp changes all that, with its fleet of custom-designed Airstream trailers and a modernist-inspired Clubhouse that’ll have you wondering if it might not be time for the Park Service to update its architectural style.

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Birch Cheshunt
Cheshunt, England

It seems impossible that this should exist a mere half-hour from London’s city center, but here it is — a beautifully preserved Grade II-listed Georgian house on a 55-acre estate is the venue for Birch, which is part country-house hotel, part members’ club, part retreat center, and part whatever it sets its mind to next.

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Mondrian Ibiza
Ibiza, Spain

The Mondrian brand was always destined to turn up in Ibiza, a destination that’s equally dedicated to glamorous nightlife and idyllic beach life. This gleaming white structure stands proudly over the bay at Cala Llonga. Inside, Mondrian’s signature minimalist-chic is given a warmer and more organic makeover.

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Auberge La Fenière
Cadenet, France

Third-generation chef/owner Nadia Sammut is, after her mother, the second chef to have overseen La Fenière’s kitchen in its Michelin-starred era. Ms. Sammut regards La Fenière as no mere restaurant or lodging but a Place of Life, pursuing health, the environment, education, and all manner of human flourishing.

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The Collective at Woolsery
Bideford, England

The Collective at Woolsery is no ordinary hotel, but something more like a southern Italian “albergo diffuso” — it encompasses the Farmers Arms pub, the neighboring chip shop, the J. Andrew Shop & Post Office, and the nearby Birch Farm.

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Bluebird Lake Placid
Lake Placid, New York

Lake Placid has twice hosted the Winter Olympics, and is also a fine summertime destination. So it’s no surprise that Bluebird Lake Placid is oriented towards outdoor recreation. Its stylish Scandinavian-meets-Japanese minimalist aesthetic is a welcome departure from the region’s more familiar Adirondack lodges.

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Hôtel Royal Madeleine
Paris, France

Sometimes a grand palace hotel is too much, and an edgy little boutique hotel is not enough. There’s a third way — something like the Royal Madeleine. It's fantastically well-located, close to the Palais Garnier and the Saint-Lazare station. And while it dates only to 1976, its aesthetic spans multiple eras.

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Pendry Newport Beach
Newport Beach, California

The Pendry Newport Beach fits in between its Los Angeles and San Diego siblings, in a tower that stands over the Fashion Island shopping center. Once you’re inside, though, it’s hard not to feel transported to somewhere rather more far-flung, thanks to the Pendry’s talent for cultivating a resort-like atmosphere.

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Mykonos Blanc Hotel
Mykonos, Greece

Think of a Mykonos luxury boutique hotel and what you’re imagining likely bears a strong resemblance to Mykonos Blanc. Set at one end of the picturesque south-facing Ornos Beach, it’s a picture-perfect slice of Cycladic hospitality, a terraced village of whitewashed villas containing 42 minimalist-chic rooms and suites.

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