Draped along a kilometre of Nusa Dua beachfront, this five star Bali resort is world-class in every way.
From hatted dining to a saltwater lagoon brimming with tropical fish, this is much more than your average hotel.
This inner-city hotel is 29 floors of pure class, from its basement speakeasy to the palace-view Executive Lounge.
From a Guy Grossi restaurant to the rooftop pool and 24 hour gym, this inner-city hotel is five stars all the way.
From offices to a radio station and bank, this heritage-listed address has housed it all, but its latest resident is the best yet.
If the walls of this five star hotel could talk, they’d speak of over 130 years of growth and change in the city.
With a striking rooftop bar and freshly-opened Regency Club, Australia’s largest hotel is certainly worth checking into.
This grand dame of the New York hotel scene still draws a well-heeled crowd after nearly 100 years.
We check into Byron’s only beachfront resort: home to an adults-only retreat, solar train, day spa and more.
This box-fresh five-star entrant brings a splash of New York style to downtown Tokyo.
Evoking the style and scale of southeast Asia’s grandest hotels, this inner-city escape is five star class.
One of Tokyo’s oldest and grandest hotels hides in plain sight.
Fresh from a top-to-bottom refurbishment, this upscale aparthotel has everything plus the kitchen sink.
Regularly named among the country’s best, this Perth hotel is a masterclass in the beauty of simplicity.
Inspired by the vibrance and culture of its SoMA location, this newly-updated hangout is as good as it gets.
Barely an hour from Melbourne lies an uncorked gem for oenophiles and sybarites, near and far.
Designed ‘by travellers for travellers’, this tech-savvy hotel is proof good things come in small packages.
Whatever floats your (jet)boat, Hilton Queenstown is a comfortable lakeside base with stunning views at every turn.