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These Are The Most Beautiful Hotel Rooms In The World

Curl on up in the most impressive rooms on the planet

Swoonworthy staycations and heart-stopping holiday views… Whether you’re looking for the perfect honeymoon spot – or just the stopover kip of a lifetime – these are the world’s most romantic and beautiful hotel rooms (and how much it will cost you to stay in them).  

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The Most Beautiful Hotel Rooms In The World

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Ajwa Sultanahmet Sultan Suite

Ajwa Sultanahmet, Sultan Suite

Istanbul, Turkey

Lounge in sprawling Persian luxury in the heart of the city. Pop downstairs for a Turkish bath and return to pluck a date from a carefully laid box, a sweet treat before bed.

BOOK: From £2,600 a night including breakfast,

Belmond La Residencia, Suite No 67

Belmond La Residencia, Suite No 67

Deià, Mallorca

Designed by Matthew Williamson to demonstrate that luxury Mediterranean styles aren’t just white walls and marbles. Mission accomplished.

BOOK: From €5,000 a night,

Adare Manor, hotel in Ireland, Lady Caroline Suite

Adare Manor, Lady Caroline Suite

County Limerick, Ireland

The Lady Caroline Suite, designed by Kim Partridge, boasts historical tapestry wall hangings in addition to original nineteenth-century art. The view is exceptional – sit sleepy by the window and watch as the peaceful River Maigue babbles.


Kent, UK: Boys Hall, Bishops Quarter room

Boy’s Hall, Bishops Quarter

Kent, UK

Brad and Kristie Lomas bought the Grade II listed hall in 2019, and gently restored the manor with the help of Kagu Interiors.

BOOK: From £350 a night on B&B basis,

Loire Valley, France: Hotel Château du Grand-Lucé, The Baron's Suite

Hotel Château du Grand-Lucé, The Baron’s Suite

Loire Valley, France

Is this the most extravagant hotel suite in Europe? The Baron’s Suite was built for the former owner of the chateau who was (surprise, surprise) a Baron. Versailles parquet floors, 17ft ceilings, and large casement windows revealing manicured gardens – all part of the suite’s old-world charm.

BOOK: From approx £4,342 a night,

Tuscany, Italy: COMO Castello Del Nero, Heritage Suite

Castello Del Nero, Heritage Suite

Tuscany, Italy COMO

Designed by Paola Navone, the heritage suite sits at the heart of a historic castle with a whopping 740 acre. Emerge from the queen-sized bed (draped with Egyptian cotton, of course) and trot downstairs to the exceptional Michelin starred Le Torre restaurant.

BOOK: From £1,726 a night on a B&B basis,

Paris, France: Le Grand Mazarin, Junior Suite

Le Grand Mazarin, Junior Suite

Paris, France

Catching the Olympics next year? Upgrade your stay in one of Paris’ newest opens, designed by the legendary Martin Brudniski.


Wiltshire, UK: Lucknam Park, Grand Master Suite

Lucknam Park, Grand Master Suite

Wiltshire, UK

This Relais & Châteaux hotel is like stepping into a Jane Austen novel, and the Grand Master Suite is the real jewel in its crown. Ruby red and royal gold hues feel ultra-British – but it’s by no means stuffy. Enjoy a book in front of the room’s open fire, or jump around on a four-poster bed.

BOOK: From £1,286 a night,

Rome, Italy: The Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Napoleon Suite

Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Napoleon Suite

Rome, Italy

Perched atop Rome’s highest hilltop, this is the ultimate lookout point for the Eternal City. The Napoleon suite is particularly impressive: it contains a writing desk that reportedly belonged to the emperor himself.

BOOK: From £3,689 a night,

Onguma Nature Reserve, Namimbia: Onguma Camp, Kla Suites

Onguma Camp, Kala Suites

Onguma Nature Reserve, Namibia

This is an ultra-exclusive safari camp that only totals four guest suites – and each are incredible. Designed by Nick Plewman Architects and interior designers Fox Browne Creative, the spaces are designed to mirror the surrounding desert, with the lodge’s central tower reflecting the termite mounds native to the area (but a lot more luxe, given its private wood fired hot tub and plunge pool…). Each contains an incredible lookout from a wooden decking, and a daybed for sleeping under the stars.

BOOK: From £1,000 a night per person, all inclusive,

Parador de Hondarribia, Suites

Hondarribia, Spain

The Parador network is an exceptional collection of historic hotels managed by the Spanish government, and perfect stop off points for any pilgrims taking Spain the slow way. The Parador de Hondarribia and its suites provides a particularly exceptional stopover, though – with its tenth century medieval walls and tapestry-sheltered beds.

BOOK: From £300 a night,

Marrakesh, Morocco: Riad Secret Jardin, Double room

Riad Secret Jardin, Double room

Marrakesh, Morocco

Morocco’s riads are exceptionally beautiful – traditional houses built around a central courtyard or garden, these started springing up during the Islamic Period. Riad Jardin Secret is an ‘anti-modern’ option which hosts artists for residencies, and is completely vegetarian as a space. The double room is the prettiest snug of them all.

BOOK: From €150,

Rome, Italy: St Regis, The Royal Suite

Rome St Regis, The Royal Suite

Rome, Italy

The Royal Suite is an immaculate space – Louis XVI and Piedmontese furnishings dot each of the spotless rooms, and it even boasts a genuine Aubusson carpet.


Rangali Island, The Maldives: Conrad Hotel, Underwater room, The MURAKA

Conrad Maldives, Underwater room, The MURAKA

Rangali Island, The Maldives

Beautiful less for its furnishings than its surrounds – the MURAKA is a complete residence with three bedrooms. One happens to be 17ft underwater. Sleep and marvel at the life surrounding your cosy, comfy bed.

BOOK: From $9,999 a night for whole residence,

South Africa, Loapi: Tswalu Kalahari, Bedrooom Two

Loapi Tented Camp, Bedroom Two

Tswalu Kalahari Reserve, South Africa

Sleep under canvas in this private wilderness camp, designed by GAPP Architects.

BOOK: From £3,500 a night, based on two people sharing, all inclusive,

Featured image: Tswalu Kalahari