luxe - New Openings
Written by Oryx
Seek out the newest restaurants, hotels, and spas with our guide.
Mahali Mzuri, Kenya
This luxury tented safari camp is situated within the Motorogi Conservancy in the Maasai Mara ecosystem in Kenya, about 240 km west of Nairobi. Due to its location in the Motorogi Conservancy, guests can enjoy a front-row seat to view the year-round abundant game as well as the Great Migration, usually taking place between July and October. Mahali Mzuri consists of 12 sleeper tents and can cater for a maximum of 24 guests at any one time.
One Leicester Street
Located at the former St. JOHN Hotel site in the heart of Chinatown, One Leicester Street offers guests an intimate 15-room hotel with a bar and restaurant. All guestrooms are different, although they have been grouped into three main categories – Post-Supper Rooms, Superior Rooms, and The Suite. The restaurant kitchen is headed by Tom Harris, who was previously head chef of St. JOHN Chinatown, where he gained a Michelin star in 2012.
Set on the beautiful marina at the foot of the Maremma Park in Tuscany, Italy, Purobeach offers a relaxed hangout by the sea, with inviting loungers and sofas, fresh international menus, and DJs who take guests from sunrise to sunset, as well as seaside spa treatments and daily yoga. The 32 suites, all within walking distance of the beach club, include one and two-bedroom luxury suites with living area, kitchen, and terrace overlooking the picturesque marina.
With its popular take on Southeast Asian flavours, Fatty Crab opens in Hong Kong. After receiving numerous awards and accolades in New York, the restaurant serves up a bold take on Malaysian, Thai, Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Singaporean-inspired cuisine while using Western-style cooking techniques. Chef Zakary Pelaccio’s approach to food is heavily influenced by his travels across Western Europe and Asia, and living in Malaysia, and signature dishes include Chilli Crab and Fatty Duck.
Roca Moo, Hotel Omm
To celebrate its 10th year, Hotel Omm in Barcelona has made over its one-Michelin-star restaurant Roca Moo, and introduced Roca Bar, a chic cafeteria offering a full menu and daily specials, all made using local produce. Roca Moo has combined the kitchen and restaurant to unite chef and diners into one central kitchen-bar, while Roca Bar serves an exciting menu of Spanish ‘street food’ so guests can enjoy anything from tapas for two through to a six-course tasting menu.