Luxury hotels and resorts that should be on your post COVID-19 bucket list

2020 will be remembered as the year when travel was put on hold whilst we collectively battled with the pandemic that has changed the world. There are times when we will have questioned our mortality and times when we seriously questioned whether life as we once knew it will ever return. As the middle of year passes it looks like there is light at the end of the tunnel and we can start to plan for our next travel adventure. We think that the following luxury hotels and resorts should be on your post Covid-19 bucket list. Each of them offer escapism in their own unique way; whether that be escape from the city or escape to the ocean, we feel that they’ve got you covered.

Fusion Resort Cam Ranh

Located just a short drive from Cam Ranh International Airport, you can be relaxing in your luxury pool villa at Fusion Resort Cam Ranh whilst booking your all inclusive spa treatments, less than an hour after touching down.

With all villas featuring a private pool and breakfast served ‘any time, anywhere’ each day can commence with a poolside breakfast followed by some serious relaxing. This is perfect preparation for a day of yoga classes, massage treaments and facials all arranged by your very own ‘Fusionista’ who will ensure that every element of your stay is just fine.

The Peninsula Bangkok

Considered by many to be the leading luxury hotels in Bangkok you are in for a treat when check in to The Peninsula Bangkok.

On the banks of the Chao Praya River this is a true urban oasis with an award winning spa, multi level, riverside pool and a selection of restaurants that will keep even the most demanding of foodies more than satisfied. Each and every room or suite boasts stunning river views and they are presented in a refined style that is both elegant and exquisitely stylish.

Cordis Hong Kong

Based in the heart of Mongkok, Cordis Hong Kong is located perfectly for access to everything that this vibrant city has to offer.

Whether you are there for business or an exciting city break you will love the modern and stylish design of your room or suite; the supremely comfortable beds are exactly what is needed after an exhausting day. Dining options include the opportunity to enjoy a Michelin starred culinary experience at Ming Court, the Cantonese fine dining restaurant which has been impressing diners for many years.

Six Senses Uluwatu

Perched on the edge of a cliff with far reaching ocean vistas, Six Senses Uluwatu is an extraordinary resort in an extraordinary location.

The uninterrupted sea views are truly breathtaking and as with all Six Senses resorts you can expect wellness and nutritional dining experiences to play a large part in your stay. Each of the well appointed suites and villas takes full advantage of the magnificent views of the Indian Ocean. For those who desire the ultimate in privacy and seclusion, why not book ‘The Retreat’ where you can enjoy more than 1500 square metres and 4 bedrooms of luxury living with friends or family.

So as we move into the third quarter of 2020 we can all start thinking about travel again. For us, that is all part of ‘normal life’ and something that makes us smile during these times of uncertainty. We hope our suggestions make you smile too…

Paul Eyers is Founder of Vegan Food Quest. Vegan Food Quest have become luxury vegan travel specialists as they continue to find, eat and write about the best vegan food in the world.

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