Small Luxury Hotels Of The World™ Unveils New Hotel Openings In 2020

As we prepare to roll into a new decade, Small Luxury Hotels of the World unveils its most anticipated luxury hotel openings for 2020. From a boutique hotel in Miami which allegedly inspired the Conga dance to a blissful resort nestled within The Himalayas, here is a sneak peek of the most exciting destinations and boutique hotels to look forward to next year …

Opening February 2020
The Celino South Beach, Miami, USA

Rooms start from £376 per night including breakfast www.slh.com[1]
February 2020 will see Miami hosting the 54th Super Bowl and welcoming a new luxury boutique hotel in the heart of the city’s Ocean Drive. The Celino South Beach has transformed three art deco buildings, including the landmark Park Central Hotel, into one luxurious boutique hotel with eclectic custom furniture, pop colours, and a rooftop pool featuring a peekaboo glass bottom that is visible from the Atrium below. Park Central Hotel, a favourite of silver screen stars like Bogart and Hayworth, was allegedly the birthplace of the conga line so guests should keep an eye out for conga-line kits with how-to guides, drums and cigars in their rooms.

KASA Hotel Riviera Maya, Puerto Aventuras, Mexico

Rooms start from £103 per night including breakfast www.slh.com[2]
KASA Hotel Riviera Maya sits in the exclusive beach, marine and golf community of Puerto Aventuras. This private gated community is an emerging area on the Riviera Maya, away from the crowds in an area of lush tropical foliage, with a smart sailing community, full-service marina, golf course and uncrowded beach. The concierge at KASA Hotel Riviera Maya is skilled at arranging local adventures in the Riviera Maya including cenote diving, biking explorations of the area’s Mayan ruins, Mexican cooking classes and diving alongside sea turtles in Akumal.

Opening April 2020
Torre Del Marques, Matarraña, Spain

Rooms start from £320 per night including breakfast www.slh.com[3]
With its sun-baked hill towns, olive groves and terraced vineyards, Matarraña is reminiscent of Tuscany’s countryside but unlike its Italian counterpart, this remote corner of Aragon is blissfully away from the tourist crowds and remains one of Spain’s undiscovered regions. Torre Del Marques is a 15th-century farmhouse turned exclusive boutique hideaway with solar panels and sustainable architecture maximising its energy efficiency. The light-filled restaurant strives to embrace an organic ‘zero-kilometre’ approach to dining, serving only food that is produced in the immediate local area including olive oil, black truffle and honey.

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