You have endless choices when it comes to your travel accommodations, ranging from hotels, resorts, motels, hostiles, Airbnbs and more! But, obviously, some are better than others, offering guests a travel experience like no other. Resorts are one of the best ways accommodations when traveling, providing you with everything you’d possibly ever need while on vacation. In fact, many resorts go above and beyond to make sure their guests feel like home during the duration of the stay, with their vast variety of appealing amenities that make you feel like a king on holiday. If you’re looking to reap in all the benefits resorts have to offer during your next vacation, here are some top resorts for 2018
Seven Pines Ibiza, Spain
The all-new Seven Pines resort in Ibiza will open in May on White Isle and will be open all year round (unlike other places in Ibiza that close during the off season). The new resort will be situated on the edge of a beautiful pine forest (thus its name) and will provide breathtaking views of the sea since it sits on the island’s cliffs on the west side. The resort will features contemporary Ibizenco-style villas for guests and will have 195 suites (some with pools and gardens of their own).
The Pier House Resort & Spa, Key West, Florida
The Florida Keys are amazing, so if you’re ever up for a trip there make sure you stay at the gorgeous Pier House Resort & Spa. With its renowned spa treatments and delicious cocktails at the famed Chart Room bar, the resort offers everything you’ll ever want from a luxury accommodation in the Keys. Their Harbourfront building features rooms that have alluring ocean views, allowing guests to soak in the beauty of the region as soon as they wake up!
One&Only Gorilla’s Nest, Rwanda, Africa
Right now, Rwanda is a tourist hot spot for the year and if you want to stay at the best accommodation in the area, opt for One&Only Gorilla’s Nest Resort. If you’re looking for some added comforts while in Africa, the resort will provide them to you, along with amazing views of Volcanoes National Park and the Rwandan hills. Guests can trek out to look for mountain gorillas with an expert guide and take in the beauty of the region first hand.
The Resort at Pelican Hills, Newport Beach, California
If you want to soak in the So. Cal sunshine, there is no better place than at The Resort at Pelican Hills in Newport Beach. With its Pacific Ocean-facing bungalows and villas that look over the very posh Orange County area, it’s a world-class destination for travelers everywhere. You sort of get a Mediterranean vibe due to the resort’s terra-cotta roof and olive trees, as well as the delicious three restaurants that specialize in Tuscan cuisine.
Six Senses, Fiji
Fiji is a magical place to experience in geral, but a stay at Six Senses resort only heightens that magical experience! It will sit over the volcanic island of Malolo, which is surrounded by stunning palm tress and crystal-clear turquoise water. But what makes the resort even cooler is the fact that it will be powered by solar energy thanks to Tesla solar panels. The resort will feature 24 pool villas and 60 residential ones for added exclusivity.
Sonnenalp Hotel, Vail, Colorado
Whether you’re hitting the slopes in winter or simply planning a summer getaway, you’ll want to stay at the Sonnenalp Hotel if you want to vacation in Colorado. The German-style resort features a European theme throughout and makes you feel as if you’re in Europe while in the States! From the food to the décor, you’ll love the atmosphere at this luxury resort and relish in the views and many amenities even more.
Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa, Jamaica
There are plenty of resorts in Jamaica to choose from, but if you want the very best, the Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa. The resort offers guests an all-inclusive option, butler-service rooms and is simply 15 minutes away from the airport. There are 11 bars and restaurants to choose from and they serve everything your taste buds will love. There are two pools and a luxurious spa with 14 treatment rooms.
Inn At Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, South Carolina
Guests will love the Southern charm of this plantation-style resort that rests on 20,000 acres of the region’s costal marshland. You’ll be able to indulge in all sorts of traditional Southern comforts while staying here like golf at a Jack Nicklaus-designed course, a spa treatment or doing more local things like alligator hunting or taking a canoe ride through the lagoon.
Anantara Hua Hin Resort, Thailand
Not too far from Bangkok, Thailand is the Anantara Hua Hin Resort that’s in a sleep seaside town that offers exclusivity and luxury. The rooms feature intricate furniture pieces, luxurious accents and terraces that overlook either the Gulf of Thailand or tropical gardens. The resort also houses nine restaurants and lounges and more.
Turtle Bay, Oahu, Hawaii
The best resort on Hawaii is Turtle Bay on the north shore of Oahu. With its picturesque views of palm trees and of the Pacific Ocean, Turtle Bay has ocean views from every room, an amazing pool area and a very extensive activity list for guests. Guests are provided with first-class customer service and given many opportunities to experience the best that Hawaii has to offer.