wish list - Newest restaurants, hotels, and spas
Written by Oryx
Seek out the newest restaurants, hotels, and spas with our guide.
New Hotel In an exclusive partnership with award-winning Brazilian designers the Campana Brothers, New Hotel is a renovation of the former Olympic Palace Hotel in Plaka. The brothers, known for their adventurous designs, have created a contrast between the use of historical Athenian elements and contemporary touches. Sleek jagged mirrors and bespoke modern furniture fashioned from recycled materials feature throughout the hotel.
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Nolitan The intimate hotel has 55 rooms, meaning every guest can expect personalised attention. Each reservation is followed up by email asking guests to complete a personal profile, enabling the staff to anticipate needs and provide customised service, from the right pillow type, to arranging organic groceries in your room, organising your gym schedule, or even booking a bath for your dog.
45 Park Lane Each of the hotel’s 45 rooms and suites features original art by British artists of today and offers views of Hyde Park. In addition, a 1,830sq ft Penthouse Suite features two en suite bedrooms, a dining room, sitting room, and a wraparound terrace giving panoramic views across London. Wolfgang Puck’s modern American steak restaurant CUT offers outstanding steaks, a superb wine list, and impeccable service.
Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa Situated on beautiful Passekudah beach on Sri Lanka’s east coast, eco resort Maalu Maalu Beach Resort and Spa boasts an Ayurvedic spa, specialising in classic Ayurvedic techniques such as abyanga and pancha karma. Begin the morning with yoga and continue the day with a traditional therapy such as Sharira Abyanga (body massage), or Shirodhara Kati Griva Vimardhana (back, neck, and shoulder massage).
The Leela Palace New Delhi Located in the heart of the prestigious Diplomatic Enclave area, The Leela Palace New Delhi offers unparalleled luxury, with an art collection valued at US$5 million; majestic royal elephants hand-carved using sandstone from Qatar; and miniature paintings by the craftsmen of Rajasthan and bidri work from Uttar Pradesh adorning the walls.