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Where you lay your head at the end of the day is often as important as where you spent the day itself.

This week we will explore two distinctive styles of hotels and what they have to offer.

Our goal is to locate the best hotels that your destinations have to offer and pair them with your itinerary for a perfect fit as possible.

What is a Boutique Hotel?

A boutique hotel is a design-led property that distinguishes itself from larger chain/branded hotels by providing guests with ultra-personalized service and accommodations. But more importantly, there’s a unique set of characteristics that define a boutique hotel.

Boutique hotels tend to be intimate, smaller, and have unique decor, sometimes historical. Each room may be decorated individually with locally sourced materials. A boutique hotel will always take time to choose the finest linens, the freshest food ingredients and incorporate custom-made art. Some are independent and come in most price ranges, from mid-range to luxury.

This type of lodging gains its uniqueness through aesthetics, atmosphere, and a level of personalized service that just can’t be found in larger hotel chains. But, of course, the size is another essential feature of a boutique hotel, and bigger is not necessarily better.

Private Island Hotels

For the ultimate in luxury, plan your next vacation by lodging in a private island hotel. Imagine transferring from the airport by private yacht, staying in one of just six villas, and having the services of a private chef and personal spa therapist.

Be the first to leave your footprints in pure, white sands or to dive beneath turquoise waters. On a private island vacation, you’ll experience a life of luxury. These incredible retreats specialize in top-to-bottom indulgence. Think over-water villas and treetop spas, infinity pools that stretch as far as the eye can see, and uninterrupted views of starlit skies. Barbecues mean freshly caught lobster, cocktails are tropical, and sunset is the time to take to the water on a private yacht.

The point of traveling is to spend as little time in your room as possible, but once you’ve settled in, you may find it hard to leave. Enjoy your stay!


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