Unsure where to go in 2019 and need a cure for those January blues? Take a look at our luxurious holiday picks today to brighten up your mood. We have selected some of the most luxurious locations for you to jet off to.
Marigot Bay, St. Lucia
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A tropical Paradise, Villa Susanna is surrounded by the beautiful green hues of the forest of Roseau. Soak in the scenery whilst relaxing on a hammock or dive into the pool for a quick dip. Villa Susanna is nicely secluded for those looking to really escape. Or if you are looking to explore a little, Villa Susanna offers its guests a day-cruiser where you can take in the surrounding coastline and deep sea fish to your heart’s content in the waters of St Lucia.
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The Four Seasons Resort located at Jimbaran Bay is the perfect place to relax and soak up some much needed vitamin D. This hotel boasts 5 stars and was listed one of the top hotels in Asia. Treat yourself to one of the resort’s spa treatments or yoga classes for some well needed ‘me’ time. The hotel also has its own Cooking Academy where you can learn to cook signature Balinese dishes. Or for the thrill seekers amongst you, visit Bali’s coastline and check out some of its exceptional surf spots.
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For a more cultured get away, visit ancient Greece at Citta Dei Nicliani. Set in the ancient monument in Upper Koita, this stone hotel boasts a rustic style interior. This quaint hidden gem is the perfect getaway. Start your mornings with a variety of tasty homemade breakfast foods on the pebbled terrace, then venture to the nearby stone pebbled beaches and dip into the crystal clear waters.
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Dinners by a candlelit jungle waterfall, snorkelling on the sandy shores nearby and Thai cooking classes are just some of the activities you could be doing at this stunning location. The Sarojin – Khao Lak Resort is located in Khaolak and is just 1 hour’s drive north of Phuket International Airport. At low tide in Phang Nga Bay cave tunnels are exposed, allowing entrance by sea canoes for you to to explore hidden lagoons.
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Amsterdam, well known for its artistic heritage and canals galore. We’ve carefully selected this stunning hotel for its central location, exclusive atmosphere and lavish exterior. The Dylan hotel offers a top-class restaurant, canal view rooms and unique decor. For some history and culture explore some of Amsterdam’s most popular museums such as the Anne Frank and Van Gogh museums. Cruise on the canals of Amsterdam on one of its many boat tours. The boats are kept cosy and warm in the winter with heaters and some offer night cruises with wine and dinner.