Condé Nast Traveler Gold List 2015: Top Hotels in the World | No matter how many safaris you’ve been on, there is nothing quite as wonderful and unforgettable as having breakfast or tea with giraffes at the Giraffe Manor, in Nairobi. A stunning turn-of-the-century stone mansion with ten rooms, it is also home to half a dozen friendly giraffes that poke their long necks into the large windows as guests are having breakfast and join them in the front garden for late-afternoon tea.
Where You Should Stay in 2015 – Best New Hotels of the Past Year - Condé Nast Traveler | iff Hotel Chelsea, New York, NY Despite its dubious neighborhood (near Penn Station) this 80's-inspired newcomer couldn't be more of a welcome addition to Manhattan lodging options. Reasonable rates, multiple room layouts, and an outer-borough joie de vivre make it a winner.
Where You Should Stay in 2015 – Best New Hotels of the Past Year - Condé Nast Traveler | Apotek Hotel, Reykjavik Iceland is a hot destination and the new luxury boutique Apotek Hotel makes for a more-than-comfortable stay in the vibrant capital city of Reykjavik. Housed in an elegant, historic building designed in 1917, the hotel has 45 well-appointed rooms as well as the exquisite three-story Tower Suite, fit for any VIP.
Yes, please. Treehouse Point in Fall City, Washington Located only 30 minutes outside of Seattle, Treehouse Point offers many different options for your vacation. Each one allows visitors a tranquil private home to enjoy the quiet and listen to the birds.
Maui is known for being one of the scenier islands in Hawaii — which doesn't exactly scream intimate romance. That is, until Hotel Wailea came along. It's secluded, newly revamped, and definitely the most private hotel on the island. Coolest Feature: The hotel offers a complimentary black-car service, which will take you anywhere in Wailea Distance From L.A.: A five-and-a-half-hour flight.