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This kicks off my last list for 2018, and this time it’s all about hotels. I am a sucker for a great hotel, and these 18 new hotels I have my eye on for 2018 are no exception. With great design and incredible style, each of these are special in their on way. They are the kind of hotels you buy a plane ticket for — just to go stay there.

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

So here it is…

18 new hotels I have my eye on for 2018


#1 Amanyangyun in Shanghai, China

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#2 Waldhotel Burgenstock in Switzerland 18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#3 Six Senses in Bhutan

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#4 Sanders in Copenhagen, Denmark

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#5 Zuri in Zanzibar 18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#6 Hawkstone Hall in England

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#7 The Siren Hotel in Detroit, Michigan

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#8 Bulgari in Beijing, China

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#9 Raffles in Singapore 18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#10 Six Sense in Krabey Island

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#11 Under Canvas in Grand Canyon

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#12 Rosewood Luang Prabang in Laos

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#13 The Murray in Hong Kong

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#14 Ayana Komodo Resort in Indonesia

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#15 Royal Hideaway Corales Resort in Tenerife

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#16 Alila Villas Koh Russey in Cambodia

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#17 Vintry and Mercer in London 18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

#18 Hotel Amapa in Mexico

18 New Hotels I Have My Eye on For 2018

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