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A look at the latest hotel and resort news from fresh renovations to brand new properties and noteworthy packages.
Clients can back their bags and head to Nosara’s newest and beach-front hotel, the Sendero – a sustainable, boutique hotel that blends traditional Costa Rican architecture with modern design.
The Sendero was built with sustainability top of mind and focuses on wellness, art, relaxation and adventure. Set between the jungle and lush coast, visitors can immerse themselves in everything the property has to offer like a yoga studio, surf school, art gallery and onsite Talise restaurant featuring fresh local ingredients.
Guests looking to work remotely can also get discounted access to Outpost – the members-only coworking space equipped with private offices, meeting rooms, a library, cafe and rooftop common space at just $35 per day (compared to its annual membership fee of $4,500).
Unique to the area, the hotel is beachfront against five miles of undeveloped beaches and is perfectly positioned for guests to enjoy Nosara’s unique characteristics like the local culture and emphasis on wellness.
Luxury lifestyle hotel brand 1 Hotels has opened its flagship nature-and-wellness-focused island oasis overlooking Kauai’s North Shore. 1 Hotel Hanalei Bay features 252 airy and nature-inspired rooms, including 51 suites, with views of the dramatic peaks of the Namolokama and Mamalahoa mountains. Three saline pools, an 18-hole Championship Mauka Disc Golf Course, an 18,000-square-foot Bamford Wellness Spa and a 10,000 square-foot Anatomy fitness centre are just some of the features awaiting clients.
The lobby, reception, and open-air entranceway were designed to lead guests on a journey deep into Hawaiian history and mythology. Much of the original building was removed and replaced with streams and gardens. Reclaimed teak joists, puka lava stone walls and ceilings hand-woven from abacá, a natural leaf fiber harvested from a cousin of the banana tree, are locally sourced.
Three spectacular spacious signature suites – the two-story Puu Poa Ocean Loft Suite, Napali House Suite and Makana Penthouse — offer stunning ocean and majestic mountain views from private terraces.
Royal Caribbean International is moving ahead with the development of the first Royal Beach Club after receiving approval from the government of The Bahamas. The 17-acre destination experience coming to the western end of Paradise Island in Nassau, The Bahamas, will combine the island’s striking beaches with the cruise line’s signature experiences to create the ultimate beach day – The Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island.
Alongside private cabanas, stunning pools and more, the vibrant Bahamian spirit and culture will come to life throughout the world-class destination experience. Vacationers will be welcomed by local architecture that complements the exceptional views of The Bahamas’ turquoise-blue waters and white sand beaches, along with experiences that feature Bahamian fare, island-style barbecues, live music and local artisans.
The beach club will be made up of 13 acres of land owned by the cruise line and 4 acres of Crown Land. The Crown Land will be contributed as equity in the new venture to ensure a share of the profits return to the goverment and the people in a first-of-its-kind agreement in The Bahamas.
More details about The Royal Beach Club at Paradise Island, set to open in 2025, will be revealed in the coming months.
NOMAD Hotels Group, the first Peruvian “home-boutique” hotel network, has opened its first hotel in Arequipa.
The 18-room NOMAD Urban AQP aims to be a hub for digital nomads with coworking spaces, event spaces and leisure spaces like a music corner with instruments. The hotel offers a mix of suites and single, double and triple rooms.
The hotel features an onsite restaurant and rooftop bar and is committed to sustainability. All the organic waste generated in the kitchen and restaurant is processed as compost through a local partner who returns it as fertilizer for all the plants that are in the hotel.
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