luxe - New Openings
Written by Oryx
Seek out the newest restaurants, hotels, and spas with our guide.
Mövenpick Hotel & Spa Bangalore
Guests staying in executive club rooms or suites at the 5-star Mövenpick Hotel & Spa Bangalore benefit from a 24-hour rate starting from the moment they arrive, which will help the majority of international travellers on early morning or late evening flights. The Sohum Spa features an extensive selection of therapies inspired by Ayurveda, in addition to Oriental and European healing techniques.
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Hyatt Regency Dar Es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro
A modern oasis in the heart of the vibrant city, Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro has a superb waterfront location, and spectacular views of the harbour and Indian Ocean. Guests can dine in the hotel’s two renowned restaurants, The Palm and The Oriental, from European specialties to classic Swahili dishes, or fresh sushi and sashimi and other Asian classics.
Bread Street Kitchen, London
From the team at Gordon Ramsay Holdings, Bread Street Kitchen is set in a large warehouse-style room that draws inspiration from the East London aesthetic surrounding it. The restaurant offers an informal approach to dining where guests can meet, eat, and drink from early morning until late at night, from a menu that includes dishes from a raw bar, a wood-burning oven, and the lively open kitchen.
Grace Beijing lies in the heart of Beijing’s famous 798 Art District, a thriving cultural centre that is one of the city’s leading tourist attractions as well as a focal point for the world’s fashion and art community. The hotel’s 30 luxury rooms each have their own unique contemporary style – all complemented by a modern take on Ming Dynasty décor and an abundance of beautiful contemporary art.
With its own 25-berth guest harbour and sweeping views of the Royal Djurgården, Hotel J’s location on the water’s edge gives guests the opportunity to swim in the clear waters directly in front of the property. The interior takes inspiration from the nautical design of historic America’s Cup J-class boats, and is decked out in red, white, and blue from the American ‘Stars and Stripes’ flag.