Want to know where you can relax in luxury? A newly released report ranks the top 100 hotels in the world. The annual report by Travel + Leisure asked readers to rate hotels based on the grounds, location, service, food and overall value. Here are the top destinations that made the cut.
Gibbs Farm is a delightful, exclusive accommodation located in Karatu, between Ngorongoro and Lake Manyara. It is in the highlands where coffee is grown at about 1700 meters (5577feet). It was built at the turn of the century by German settlers. Gibbs Farm has beautiful gardens and great views.
Udaipur, India - March 21, 2016: A view towards the The Leela Palace and Monsoon Palace in Udaipur during the day.
Wyoming ranches, like the Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, indulge in nature's beauty.
A water fountain (statue of a traditional Bali women) at the pool side taken at a resort in Bali.
Vietnam, Phu Quoc Island is home to the JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Coast Resort, which made the top 10 on the list.
China World Trade Center is one of the main attractions close to the Rosewood Beijing, which is the 10th best hotel in the world.
Photo Courtesy of the Robertson Lodges, New Zealand
The Robertson Lodges in New Zealand has an iconic backdrop and offers a chic cottage experience.
Photo Courtesy of Mfuwe Lodge at South Luangwa National Park in Zambia
The Mfuwe Lodge at South Luangwa National Park in Zambia indulges guests in open-safari rooms.
Photo Courtesy of the Lapa Rios Lodge, Costa Rica
The Lapa Rios Lodge in Costa Rica take sustainable suites to the next level with their eco-friendly lodging.
The Singita Grumeti at the Serengeti National Park Area is the second Singita group resort on the Travel + Leisure list.