Rosewood Luang Prabang, Luang Prabang, Laos (photo credit rosewood.com)
Just a short drive from the historic city of Luang Prabang (UNESCO World Heritage Site), sits an all villa hotel designed with locally sourced materials and artwork. Imagine surrounding yourself with ethereal and untouched nature. Always been a fan of Rosewood properties and Laos is on my bucket list so I will definitely be paying this hotel a visit in the near future.
Perry Lane Hotel, Savannah, Georgia (photo credit perrylanehotel.com)
Savannah is one of my favorite cities: quaint little squares, southern hospitality, mouth-watering cuisine, and beautiful Spanish moss that hangs from giant oak trees. No matter how many times I’ve been (and it’s a lot), I always find myself immersed in the city’s historic treasures every single time, so needless to say I am super excited for a new place to stay. The cherry on top is this is a SPG property, which means helloooo points.
Six Senses Bhutan (photo credit sixsenses.com)
Only a few countries in the world that remains untouched by globalization, which explains the natural beauty of Bhutan, where it only started welcoming visitors in 1974. The Six Senses Bhutan is split into multiple lodges/locations that can be combined for an ultimate experience (Paro, Thimphu, Gangtey, Punakha, and Bumthang).
One&Only Nyungwe House, Gisakura, Rwanda (photo credit oneandonlyresorts.com)
An All-inclusive resort with working tea plantation location and modern sensibility inside. Rwanda has been a long-time bucket list destination. I will make it my mission to make it out there.