Conde Nast best new hotels 2013 – my selection

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Every year, Conde Nast Travel Magazine identifies new hotels around the world.  Having just came across that list, I  I read through the 154 entries to make my own selection focusing on hotels in Europe.  Reviews will come if/when we go and stay there.  Click on the image to be directed to the hotel’s web site.

France

Hotel Verneuil, Paris , 75007

Well located to enjoy St Germain des Prés.  Also has an apartment to rent which would be practical for families and good value for money.

Every year, Conde Nast Travel Magazine identifies new hotels around the world.  Having just came across that list, I  I read through the 154 entries to make my own selection focusing on hotels in Europe.
Hotel Verneuil, Paris, 7ème arrondissement, © Hotel Verneuil

Le Kaila, Meribel

Maybe a bit too much “Canadian caban in the wild” but if you are into skiing, that might be the atmosphere you are looking for. Also nice indoor pool and spa.

Every year, Conde Nast Travel Magazine identifies new hotels around the world.  Having just came across that list, I  I read through the 154 entries to make my own selection focusing on hotels in Europe.
©Le Kaila

Portugal

Villa Extramuros

Only 5 rooms in this very modern villa in the middle of the Portuguese countryside. They are big and can accommodate extra beds for children.

Every year, Conde Nast Travel Magazine identifies new hotels around the world.  Having just came across that list, I  I read through the 154 entries to make my own selection focusing on hotels in Europe.
©Villa Extramuros

Fazenda Nova, Algarve.

I had already spotted that lovely place, which seems very family-friendly with their “apartment rooms” and like a home away from home.

Every year, Conde Nast Travel Magazine identifies new hotels around the world.  Having just came across that list, I  I read through the 154 entries to make my own selection focusing on hotels in Europe.
© Fazenda Nova

Cooking and Nature

Some well thought out activities for children including their own playroom “forbidden to adults”.  Some rooms have a bit of a over the top decoration.

Every year, Conde Nast Travel Magazine identifies new hotels around the world.  Having just came across that list, I  I read through the 154 entries to make my own selection focusing on hotels in Europe.
©Cooking Hotel

Italy

Palazzo margherita, Tuscany

No pool. But staying there might feel like being the head of a noisy, beautiful and dramatic Italian family.

Every year, Conde Nast Travel Magazine identifies new hotels around the world.  Having just came across that list, I  I read through the 154 entries to make my own selection focusing on hotels in Europe.
© The Coppola companies

 

 

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