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  • As a gesture to Dubai's maritime heritage, this iconic sail-shaped silhouette of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah sits on a foundation of sand while the tide tugs waves around its exquisite facade. Known for its extraordinary service, private beach, and divine dining options, Burj Al Arab Jumeirah welcomes guests to enjoy the most lavish of treatment during their stay. Travel tip: If you're looking for a place to relax, the hotel's terrace, resting just above the turquoise Gulf waters, offers unparalleled views for those lounging poolside or enjoying a meal at Bab Al Yam, one of the ten restaurants on site. ( 📍: Burj Al Arab Jumeirah)
  • Nuzzled in the heart of the Haut-Marais, the Hotel Marais Paris Boutik La Librairie is any bibliophile's dream. Here, you can sleep beside the works of Voltaire, Molière, Simone de Beauvoir, and other classic French literature authors. With a collection of over 4,500 books, the stories and history to get carried away with here are endless. Tag your favorite book-lover. (📍: Paris Boutik @parisboutikhotel)
  • Imagine lounging in the sun alongside the largest pool in Jamaica while the tropical drink from your private server waits patiently for your next sip. At Sandals South Coast, there's no need to imagine. This all beachfront resort also has three additional pools, nine restaurants, and multiple private bungalows that extend over the water. (📷: @theworldupcloser 📍: Sandals South Coast)
  • Think about your perfect holiday, what does that look like to you? What about taking a relaxing bath in a vintage clawfoot tub that overlooks the rolling hills and vineyards of Southern France? Camellas-Lloret Maison d'Hôtes, a boutique hotel located in Malepère (a remote area of Montréal, France), offers that dreamy scene. The hotel houses four rooms in its main abode, a conservatory with a communal table to enjoy a glass of wine in or eat dinner at, a salon filled with art and travel books, and a garden apartment overlooking the countryside. Travel tip: The hotel's location is prime — bordering the quaint, medieval towns of Limoux, Mirepoix, and Carcassonne. Head to one of them in the early hours to explore the abundant farmers' markets and peruse the local wine selections.
(📷: @bontraveler 📍: Camellas-lloret maison d'hôte)
  • Looking to reconnect with your significant other? Book a couple of nights at The Balé — a luxurious couples’ retreat in Bali where romantic touches can be found throughout your stay, with everything from couples spa treatments to joint Balinese cooking classes offered at your request. The hotel’s no children policy is meant to ensure that no matter how long you stay, your focus is only on one specific set of eyes. (📷: @asiyami_gold📍: The Balé - Bali, Indonesia)
  • The crystalline waters in North Huvadhoo provide an inviting backdrop for this Maldives resort where fifty private villas sit perched above the ocean's surface creating a unique haven. @thetravelnova remarks of her stay, "Hadahaa was a lovely, intimate resort. The beaches were amazing — white, powdery sand — it was utter bliss! I loved having a private pool with my villa and enjoyed the snorkeling at the house reef. " Travel tip: To get to know some of your ocean neighbors, take a snorkeling trip to the untouched coral reefs nearby — blacktip reef sharks, spotted eagle rays, clown fish, and many more make their home there. (📷: @thetravelnova 📍: Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa)