Our collection is made up of the world's best luxury hotels and boutique hotels – whether they’re in the form of a luxury spa resort or the most prestigious luxury golf hotels.

But it’s not all high grandeur and lavish luxury. Our collection is also packed with every imaginable shape and size of hotel, from small, quirkily stylish luxury boutique hotels to awe inspiring romance.

All the hotels that feature in our collection are handpicked and go through a rigorous selection process so it’s not just your standard 5 star luxury. We appreciate that you are not just looking for 24 hour room service and a nice set of sheets.

This is a selection of some of the fine hotels we offer.

A Beautiful Balinese boutique resort close to the airport, Amanusa is a monument to high-life luxury. The sweeping green of the golf course divides the 35 free-standing private villas from Nusa Dua's chalk-white beach – which is where you’ll spend most of your time, when you’re not lingering by the pool soaking in the scent of bougainvillea and sipping sundowners
Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa
Condé Nast Traveler Proclaims Emirates Wolgan Valley as 2012 World Saver

A scenic three-hour drive from Sydney, Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa is nestled between two of Australia’s most prominent national parks and borders the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. The resort itself occupies just two per cent of the 4,000 acre-property, and combines the expectations of the high-end traveller with a commitment to broader social, ecological and environmental sustainability. It is the only experience of its kind in Australia.

Overlooking the working rice paddies of Ubud's verdant valleys, Amandari thinks of itself as a proper village, with an important role to play in the wider community. Local people use the resort’s grounds to go about their daily lives, and guests are encouraged to leave their sunloungers to go and meet their Balinese hosts. There’s plenty of lounging to be done here, too, though. Relax beneath swaying palms by the side of an emerald-green pool, or finish that novel in the sumptuous surroundings of your thatch-roofed suite.
From the top of the hill, you can sprawl in a traditional Balinese bale, admiring views of the Lombok Strait; from the bottom, you can sun yourself on the sand. Halfway up, you’ll find the walkway-linked villas of Amankila, each one equipped with terraces for sun-soaking and day-beds built for losing days on.
Anantara Resort
Weaving around a lily-padded lagoon, Anantara Phuket Resort & Spa embraces its natural environment but doesn’t neglect your need for sophistication. Disappear into the walled surrounds of your sumptuous pool villa, laze by the water or explore the spectacular local coastline and culture. Add in gourmet dining and Phuket's longest beach and you have a relaxing, one-of-a-kind experience.
Bedarra Island
A mile or two from the mid-Queensland coast, splash in the centre of the Great Barrier Reef, Bedarra Island offers tranquility and seclusion in an enchanting beach-side forest, with smart and simple modern villa hideaways, azure waters for snorkelling and diving, and year-round sunshine.
Burj Al Arab
Burj Al Arab is part of The Jumeirah Beach Resort complex, situated on Jumeirah Beach Road, a leisurely half hour drive from Dubai International Airport. Soaring 321m; Burj Al Arab towers above the renowned Jumeirah Beach Hotel and Wild Wadi Water Park. This unique sail-shaped building stands proudly on a man-made island some 280m offshore, linked to the mainland by a slender, gently curving causeway.
El Questro
Dramatically cantilevered over the Chamberlain River, and amid a vast and ancient landscape of salt plains, ragged gorges, thermal springs and the majestic orange cliffs of the Cockburn Range, El Questro Homestead occupies a polished pocket of luxury in one of the country’s most wild and beautiful regions.
Huka Lodge
Whether you’re into fishing, food or the great outdoors, luxury boutique hotel Huka Lodge is rated as one of the world’s top retreats. Set in Taupo, home to New Zealand’s largest lake in the heart of the volcanic North Island, this heritage 1920s hotel was founded as a simple fishing lodge. Surrounded by lush, green grounds beside the Waikato River and cascading Huka Falls, it’s still a top angling destination as well as an adventurous gourmet getaway, offering al fresco dining under the stars. It also makes a great base for skiing in winter, with the North Island's premier slopes, undulating amid volcanic cones, a short hop from Taupo.
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