Sometimes you simply want to do the most, and that’s okay. You work hard, so you definitely deserve to treat yourself to luxury experiences whenever you want.

If this sounds like your definition of self-care, here are six new luxe hotels around the world for you to explore.

ME Dubai


Centrally located in the Burj Khalifa district, Me Dubai is a luxury hotel with a stunning view of the world’s tallest tower, Burj Khalifa. Designed by Zaha Hadid, you have the option to choose between a midnight or desert color scheme. Each theme is reflective of Dubai’s landscape.

Ace Hotel Kyoto


Ace Hotel Kyoto is officially open. Most rooms come with lush garden views and window seats for added relaxation. Tatami mattresses and double vanities are also included in the room for comfort and efficiency.

Park Hyatt Auckland


Park Hyatt Auckland is located on the water’s edge, which gives every visitor views from the Wynyard Quarter’s Lighter Basin to the Waitematā Harbor. The hotel has 195 guestrooms, four restaurants and bars, a day spa, 25-meter infinity pool and fitness center.

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The Ritz-Carlton Mexico City


The Ritz- Carlton New Mexico is located in the heart of Mexico City. The 58-story hotel offers views of the entire city skyline, including Chapultepec Park. Amenities include a club lounge, Mediterranean-inspired bar and restaurant, spa, pool, fitness center and more.

Banyan Tree Krabi


Banyan Tree Krabi is a new waterfront resort located in Thailand. The property has a world-class spa, beach bar, and views of the Andaman Sea. There are 72 luxurious suites and villas that have their own private pool.

121 Hotel


121 Hotel is a newly built luxury hotel in the West End area of Nashville. It’s the only Tennessee hotel to qualify as a member of “Small Luxury Hotels of the World.” All rooms include California King beds, luxury linens, and automated shades. Pro Tip: Rooms on the second and third floors come with a full-size kitchen with an island, modern gas fireplace, 65″ HDTV, and 42-foot balconies with incredible views.

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