1. Your own private Fiji hideaway
Spend your holidays swimming, snorkelling or diving at Kokomo Island Fiji. Right near the Great Astrolabe Reef, this extravagant resort is a truly relaxing haven. With a five-star restaurant and spa, the private beach captivates families and honeymooners alike.
Best of all, every villa has its own private pool!
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2. Elegant urban oasis
Soon travellers to Sydney will be able to stay in style and comfort in the leafy suburb of Potts Point. Occupying a historic 1880s terrace house, Spicers Retreats’ 20 guestrooms, reception bar and garden courtyard feature a modern take on Australian interior design. It’s within walking distance of the uber-trendy cafes, restaurants and shops of the suburb and the city.
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3, A taste of colonial Singapore
Singapore may be best known for its flashy high-rise hotels, but there’s a historic, boutique alternative opening near the city’s Chinatown. Inside eight colonial landmark buildings, the new Duxton Club features 50 guestrooms, along with a restaurant and bar. The property is within walking distance to many of Singapore’s best dining and entertainment spots.
Opening 1 June
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4. The pacific at your doorstep
The multimillion dollar refurb of Conrad Hotels and Resorts’ luxury beach resort on Bora Bora is almost finished. The Conrad Bora Bora Nui is the ultimate retreat for sun and sea worshippers. Upon landing at Bora Bora Airport, you’ll be whisked away on a 20-minute boat ride to the remote tropical sanctuary. Choose from the stylish garden and beach villas or splash out on one of the much sought after overwater bungalows with private plunge pool!
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