Every year Conde Nast Traveler compiles its results from its Reader's Choice Poll to crate the top 100 hotels in the world. This year, the magazine stated on its website, that for its 25th Annual Readers Choice Awards they had a record number of reader's who participated at 46,476. The list cover the "best places and properties anywhere on earth-including overwater bungalows, wine country retreats, and game reserve hideaways,"
See the top five:
Stunning and secluded, the 20 acres of Hamilton Island off the Great Barrier Reef includes 50 pavilians with private infinity plunge pools overlooking lush natural beauty.
The resort and spa is idyllically located on a secluded, stunning Maldives beach. The luxurious accomodtions includes private standalone villas, with ladders tempting visitors into the pristine waters and private pools.
This beautiful plantation-like house in Kauri Cliffs in Northern New Zealand boasts natural beauty, amazing cuisine, nearby beaches and an expansive golf course.
Known for Limincello and charming streets overlooking the Bay of Naples, Capri is an Italian paradise. Hotel Caesar Augustus includes grand suites, a bi-level infinity pool that seemingly drops off into the ocean and the setting is cliff side with stunning ocean views.
Situated on Italy's Amalfi Coast, Palazzo Sasso in Ravello, Italy opened to striking views of the Italian coastline. Rooms are decorated with antique furniture from the 18th and 19tth century and rooms boast views of the ocean or mountains surrounding.
See the full list of 100 here.
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