These 5 Hotels Are Too Spectacular To Miss This Summer Travel Season
By Travel Noire
Sometimes only the best will do during your summertime getaway, and your hotel is no exception. Where you stay during your visit to a new destination is as important as the destination itself, and some properties are so spectacular that they make it hard to leave when it’s time to check out. From a historic hotel in the Mediterranean that dates back to the 14th century to the most lavish resort in Los Cabos, these five hotels will help you take your summer vacation to the next level.
History and elegance combine at the Hilton Sa Torre Mallorca resort in Spain’s Mediterranean Balearic Islands, which features 90 rooms, multiple pools, private gardens and a 15th-century windmill. The property dates back to the 14th century, and staying here feels more like being a part of a community than visiting a resort. The essence of Mallorca’s past and present are everywhere you turn.
Photo courtesy of Hilton Sa Torre Mallorca
South Beach has its charms, but Conrad Miami lets you experience the best of Miami without the hassle of staying at one of the hotels on the beach. Located in Miami’s financial district, Conrad Miami is a towering hotel that offers jaw-dropping views of Biscayne Bay and features 203 rooms, a comprehensive spa and Miami’s only 25th-floor restaurant and lounge, Level 25. The neighborhood may be all business, but this hotel does luxury right.
Photo courtesy of Conrad Miami
Paradise awaits at this cliff-top retreat, which was designed to appease your every possible vacation wish. Here you’ll find six restaurants specializing in various cuisines, a private beach, four pools, 388 rooms—including 19 lavish villas—and eight outdoor spa villas where the lush Indonesian landscape surrounds you during your spa treatments.
Photo courtesy of Hilton Bali Resort
Maui and luxury are a winning combination at Grand Wailea, a stunning hotel that’s part of the Hilton’s Waldorf Astoria collection. A 20-minute flight from Honolulu, this hotel sits on 40 acres of beachfront property and has its own water park, a “floating” seafood restaurant called Humuhumunukunukuapua’a and the largest spa in Hawaii. Guests stay in one of the resort’s 780 rooms, and once you’re here, you’ll never want to leave.
Photo courtesy of Grand Wailea
There are plenty of resort options in Los Cabos, but nothing compares to this property between San José del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. Not only does the resort have the only swimmable beaches around and picturesque views of the Sea of Cortez, but the hotel also has 375 guest rooms and suites, five places to eat and drink and two pools with swim-up bars. This is the epitome of a summer vacation.
Photo courtesy of Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort
There are countless destinations to visit this summer, so find the perfect hotels for your next getaways at Hilton.com.
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