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Places to visit that are luxurious but quiet

Travel is going through a similar metamorphosis at the same time that fashion is moving away from flashy logos and labels as the definition of luxury. A new trend known as “Quiet Luxury” is emerging today, gently altering how we perceive the world. Gone are the days when luxury was only defined by excess. 

Imagine waking up to the tranquil sounds of nature and enjoying first-rate service during your stay. The hidden getaways offered by IHG Hotels & Resorts are created to provide visitors the ideal fusion of peace, first-rate service, and remarkable experiences. 

  • Vietnam’s Phu Quoc Regent  

On the Vietnamese island of Phu Quoc, Regent Phu Quoc, a lesser-known paradise, celebrates the aspects of calmness and stimulation to give all visitors an uplifting and enjoyable stay. The resort, which is surrounded by white sand beaches, crystal-clear oceans, and tropical vegetation, fuses Asian hospitality with Western luxury to provide mindful experiences.  

The hotel’s distinct personality is defined by its signature style, which elevates modern luxury to new levels by balancing the rawness of authentic locations with luxurious comforts. Choose between suites or villas, take use of the bar and dining options, cutting-edge fitness center, and a private spa where visitors may book opulent treatments and practice rooftop yoga at the Pavillion.   

  • Thailand’s Koh Samui and the Kimpton Kitalay Samui  

The Kimpton Kitalay Samui on Koh Samui offers luxurious island charm with contemporary Thai influences over the stunning seas of Choeng Mon Beach. The hotel, whose name combines the Thai words for “song” and “sea” (Kita and Lay), exudes a feeling of place and pays homage to Samui’s unique culture. It is the ideal place to enjoy calm luxury. Enjoy five creative restaurants and bars, explore the island on a bike, and listen to island mythology in Lanai Coves, all of which are situated in a neighborhood-like enclave with accommodations, suites, and villas. The hotel’s infinity pool has bean bags for visitors to lounge on in addition to rooms and dining options.   

  • New Caledonia’s InterContinental Lifou Wadra Bay  

The brand-new resort, which will open in late 2023 and was developed in close consultation with the local tribes, is the first large hotel to be built on the uninhabited Lifou Island in New Caledonia. It features six hectares of lush green gardens. 50 different bungalows and villas are available, along with two on-site restaurants and a bar that is influenced by both French and Melanesian culture. 

Imagine unspoiled, lush tropical woods, immaculate beaches, precipitous cliffs, and crystalline waters. Through enriching activities like open-ocean snorkeling and hiking, you can find a refuge of tranquility and immerse yourself in regional customs and cultural history.  

  • Dominica’s InterContinental Dominica Cabrits Resort & Spa 

A five-star eco-resort in Dominica that is tucked away in Cabrits National Park, designed to blend in with the island’s surroundings, and has a breathtaking view of the Caribbean Sea. Visitors can visit miles of unspoiled emerald paradise, immerse themselves in nature and adventure, explore mountains covered in tropical rainforest, or unwind in a natural hot spring thanks to the region’s high mountains, lush green forests, and winding rivers. 

Enjoy upscale accommodations such as suites and villas as well as regional eateries and bars that are inspired by the island. Visitors have access to the Cabrits Spa and Wellness Center, outdoor swimming pools, and fitness center. Visitors with four legs are also cordially welcomed.  

Source- Travel daily

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