Condé Nast Traveler today announced the winners of its 2017 Gold List, recognizing 10 hotels from the Small Luxury Hotels of the World portfolio.
The Condé Nast Traveler Gold List 2017 recognizes the hotels around the world that the title’s editors and contributors visit time and time again – and daydream about long after checkout.
Filip Boyen, CEO, Small Luxury Hotels of the World says: “Following CNT Reader’s Choice Awards honoring 28 of our hotels earlier this year, we are once again thrilled that our member hotels are commended by esteemed journalists and editors within the industry. Our independently spirited and exceptional hotels are proud to be recognized for consistently striving to offer the very best experiences for their guests.”
SLH matches independently minded guests with independently spirited hotels. The diverse portfolio of over 500 hotels in more than 80 countries around the world includes everything from cutting edge design hotels and city center sanctuaries to historic country mansions and remote private islands.
“This year’s Gold List is a collective love letter to all of those hotels and resorts around the world that set the standard for a life well-lived,” says Pilar Guzmán in her editor’s letter. “So, while these stays are meant to take you out of the familiar, they nonetheless serve as the gold standard for how we should treat one another and ourselves – even when we are the ones making the beds”.
SLH hotels included in Conde Nast Traveler’s 2017 Gold List are as follows:
Hotel Esencia, Tulum, Mexico
Ett Hem, Stockholm, Sweden
El Nido Resorts Pangulasian Island, Philippines
Wentworth Mansion, Charleston, USA
The Betsy, Miami, USA
Soniat House, New Orleans, USA
J.K. Place Capri, Italy
Villa Spalleti Trivelli, Rome, Italy
The Norman Tel Aviv, Israel
Les Sources de Caudalie, Bordeaux, France