CN Traveler lists best new hotels


CN Traveler lists best new hotels

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Conde Nast Traveler's annual Hot List rounding up the best new hotels of 2013 hit newsstands on Tuesday. With 745 rooms, Bali's new Mulia Resort is one of the largest properties on the list.

This stunning clifftop hotel on Italy's Amalfi coast was originally a 17th-century monastery.

The 189-room Hyatt property occupies floors 18 through 33 of the Capital Gate skyscraper in Abu Dhabi. The building leans at an angle of 18 degrees.

The 2013 take on a hotel pool. This Moorish-inspired Makarrech hotel has 41 villas and suites.

Located half a mile from the Vienna State Opera, the Ritz-Carlton, Vienna occupies four converted 19th-century palaces that have been connected.

The 11 rooms in the Uma Punakha hotel are just off a central courtyard with views over rice fields toward the Himalayas.

A hundred new rooms and 14 suites have been added to financier Laurance Rockefeller's Dorado Beach Hotel.

The decor in London's newest fashion-branded hotel is inspired by Bulgari's silversmith roots.

Located in a game reserve, the Madikwe Safari Lodge offers stunning views of passing wildlife amid rustic luxury.

South Korea's newest luxury hotel has 434 rooms featuring Apple-based in-room technology and killer views from a tower high above Seoul.

The decor in this new Miami hotel is a throwback to the 1960s.

Nothing says Brooklyn like a converted factory with a rooftop bar looking over the Williamsburg waterfront.













Magazine picks 154 best new hotels around the world
List includes 62 hotels under $300
Initial list was a thousand names strong, before being whittled to 154

(CNN) -- It's a tough life, being one of 36 anonymous reporters for Conde Nast Traveler magazine's annual Hot List.
Evaluating hundreds of new hotels around the world, testing rooftop pools, drinking signature cocktails and flickering a judgmental eye over superlative properties.
World's best coastal resorts, by continent
Yet again this year, that indefatigable crew managed to get through the job. The magazine's 17th annual Hot List Issue rounding up the best new hotels of 2013 hit newsstands on Tuesday.
Galleries are also available on the Conde Nast Traveler website.
The magazine says its initial list was a thousand names strong, before being whittled down to the final 154.
Hotels that made the cut ranged from the one-suite Howie's HomeStay in Thailand to the massive and elegant 745-room Mulia Resort in Bali, and included a converted 17th-century monastery on a cliff as well as a safari camp next to Masai land.
Whimsical lists include a roundup of best perks, extras and amenities, including "Best Use of Body Parts" and "Best Way to Warm Your Toes."

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