5 of the most fashionable hotels in the world

If you’re in need of some luxury and glamour then a stay at one of these fashionable hotels will certainly satisfy your wanderlust 

Fashionable hotels
JW Marriott Maldives

If your love of fashion goes beyond your wardrobe then you’ll want to discover the beautifully chic and stylish hotels that are loved by celebrities and fashionistas. From Jamaica to Paris and Marrakech, these fashionable hotels will quite simply knock you off your Jimmy Choos. 

Here’s our pick of the best from around the globe. 

1. Round Hill Hotel & Villas, Jamaica 

Providing a secluded home-away-from-home vibe since the 1950s, Round Hill began as a cluster of cottages and blossomed into the elegant beach hideaway it is today. It rates high on the fashion list thanks to its list of famous past guests. For example, John and Jackie Kennedy honeymooned at the retreat. And it’s also where designer Ralph Lauren first fell in love with Jamaica. Plus, you can stay in one of the 36 oceanfront guestrooms designed by Lauren himself too. He even used the villas as inspiration for his SS18 runway collection which he described as ‘a love letter to Round Hill’. 

www.roundhill.com

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2. L’Hotel, Paris

Located in the heart of one of the most prestigious parts of Paris, the ultra-luxe L’Hotel is at the top of the list for the world’s jet set. Especially as stars like Oscar Wilde and Ava Gardener are on its list of past guests. L’Hotel sits on the Left Bank amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés. Renowned as a fashion week favourite and the perfect location to experience the city’s art and culture. There are 20 opulent rooms and suites, each individually designed and exuding inimitable Parisian style. 

www.l-hotel.com

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Vila Foz in Porto, Portugal

3. La Mamounia, Marrakech

This beautiful palace is famed for its rich history and traditions. It’s an iconic destination synonymous with Marrakech’s decadent bohemian past. It sits within private grounds and royal gardens scented with orange blossom. The hotel is renowned for its style, combining Art Deco design with intricate Moroccan tiles and carvings, sumptuous velvets and marble. Churchill famously described La Mamounia as ‘one of the most beautiful places in the word.’ And fashion designers Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Balmain often visited the hotel. 

www.mamounia.com

4. JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa

Planned to open in August 2019, this Maldivian resort is set to be a real star on the luxury hotel market. With 61 sumptuous villas all with private pools, the hotel will open on the island of Vagaru this summer. The resort will have a spa, kids club, adults only infinity pool and six different dining options from Thai to Japanese and Italian. But with an on site marine biologist, an over-water gym, and an open-air yoga pavilion with multiple wellness spaces, it’s sure to attract the world’s rich and famous to its stunning setting.

www.marriott.co.uk

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5. Vila Foz Hotel & Spa

Renowned for its colourful architecture, exquisite restaurants, and burgeoning creative scene, the sea-hugging city of Porto has long enticed the fashionable traveller away from Portugal’s capital with its innumerable charms. And it is now home to the newly opened Vila Foz Hotel & Spa, the 68-room hotel embodies an intimate, contemporary boutique experience housed within the palatial splendour of a 19th-century manor, with a visual concept created by acclaimed Madeiran designer Nini Andrade Silva. 

www.designhotels.com

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