Travel 2 minutes 22 February 2024

This Week’s New Hotels

MICHELIN Guide hotel experts share their most exciting discoveries for the week of February 19.

New Additions Travel Hotels

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 5,000 amazing accommodations in more than 130 countries, including the recent discoveries below.

Mandraki Beach Resort
Hydra, Greece

The mythical hydra has many heads, but the island of the same name has only one sandy beach — and it’s where you’ll find Mandraki, a modern resort built on the site of a 19th-century naval fortification. This helps explain the aesthetic; one part weathered stone and one part crisp, contemporary minimalism.

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Asbury Ocean Club Hotel
Asbury Park, NJ, USA

Places like Asbury Park, in the heart of the Jersey Shore, are experiencing a renaissance. A hotel like the Ocean Club would have been unthinkable a decade or two ago, but today it’s a breath of fresh air, a light and stylish luxury hotel that’s set right on Ocean Avenue, steps from the boardwalk and the beach.

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JANU Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan

Janu is Aman’s slightly more attainable, more youth-oriented sister brand. The first installment is within Tokyo’s mixed-use Azabudai Hills skyscraper complex. Luxurious though it is, Janu is less a self-contained, Aman-style urban resort and more the sort of sociable boutique hotel that engages directly with its setting.

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Post Hotel - Tradition & Lifestyle
South Tyrol, Italy

Just a few miles from the Austrian border, the Post Hotel is a 1926-vintage inn that was extensively renovated in 2014 and now stands as a fine example of Italy’s modern generation of Alpine luxury boutique hotels. It’s an adults-only hotel, which certainly aids in its efforts to provide a tranquil atmosphere.

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Our Habitas Tulum
Tulum, Mexico

Habitas Tulum is largely an open-air experience: tented rooms with canvas walls, palapa roofs, and hardwood floors, as well as, in many cases, terraces that face directly out to sea. Outdoor showers reinforce that back-to-nature feeling, and some of the units come with private plunge pools right outside the bedrooms.

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The Retreat at Blue Lagoon
Grindavík, Iceland

The incredibly stylish and unmistakably high-end Retreat has its own guests-only lagoon, which wraps around the hotel so that you can skip the busy public pool and bathe in semi-privacy in front of your terrace or balcony. It’s also got a lavish day spa that makes the most of Iceland’s unique volcanic resources.

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Toile Blanche
Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France

Toile Blanche is family-owned and -operated by the Leroy Brothers, a trio of “Post-Internet” artists. This isn’t just a farmhouse-style luxury boutique hotel displaying a vast selection of their work, though it’s certainly that — it’s also a carefully curated experience in its own right, every detail chosen with the utmost care.

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Hotel Genevieve
Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Hotel Genevieve, from the Texas-based Bunkhouse group, adapts the mini-chain’s signature variety of unpretentious boutique charm to this uniquely French-influenced riverside city. It’s a new build, but one designed to fit in among downtown Louisville’s finest examples of French-inspired architecture.

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Cap Karoso
Ate Dalo, Indonesia

The modernist architecture at Cap Karoso sets a stylish tone, harmoniously contrasted with indigenous Sumbanese design and construction. The whole operation seamlessly (and respectfully) blends an international sensibility and a strong contemporary design sense with local crafts, culture, and excursions.

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Six Senses La Sagesse
St. David's, Grenada

For their first foray into the Caribbean, Six Senses chose Grenada, an island that’s rapidly ascending the luxury destination rankings. The 38-acre property occupies a quiet headland, and its low-profile structures are nestled into the rises and falls of the land in a way that affords an extraordinary sense of privacy and seclusion.

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