Trancoso has attracted a raving bohemian crowd since the ’70s, and 50 years later, this Bahia hotspot’s allure still hasn’t diminished (backed by a 15-mile stretch of golden-sand beach, with a fraction of that. with Copacabana et al). Join the Fasano group, whose 40-room Trancoso property opens a 20-minute drive from the historic Quadrado in early 2022. Its elegant white bungalows are spread across a nearly 750-acre property, a a third of them are designated nature reserves — and the majority of suites have Itapororoca beach views from their terraces. You can and should spend most of your trip surfing the Atlantic—an occasional break for fresh ceviche and caipirinha in the sand at the hotel’s beach kiosk—but also there’s a pool overlooking the waves that’s worth your attention (and guaranteed to be lined with genetically lucky Brazilians basking in 30-degree weather). If you missed Tulum in its heyday, be sure to visit before the year is out. Fasano Trancoso is spread over more than 750 acres of land.
Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start with Australia—three million square miles of diverse geographical wonders—but there’s nothing wrong with booking a room at Silky Oaks Lodge. Re-opened in late 2021 by the same team behind the Southern Ocean Lodge in Kangaroo Island, the 40-room escape is nested among the green quandong trees and “wait a moment” vines of the Daintree Rainforest , where tropical mangroves and tilapia have been around for a long time. estimated about 180 million years. Each of its treehouses rests on the Mossman River, where turquoise Ulysses butterflies hover in the ylang-ylang-scented air; it’s worth the price of a room just to lie back in your private hammock, listening to the cicadas with one of the hotel’s signature gin cocktails in hand. If you don’t do anything else during your visit, make sure to at least take a guided First Nations tour, in which guide Kuku Yalanji introduces visitors to history — and countless natural wonders nature — of Mossman Canyon and Cape Tribulation.
There are a host of design-focused stays set to launch in the Yucatán in 2023, but Casa Chablé, which opens this January, may be the most impressive. For starters, it’s set within the UNESCO-protected Sian Ka’an reserve south of Tulum, whose wormholes, coral reefs and jungle are home to everything from birch to manatee. . Powered by renewable energy, each of the hotel’s 10 rooms are made from sustainable local materials such as Zapote wood and Galarza stone—meaning the exterior blends seamlessly with the landscape—in as interior designer Paulina Moran fills each room with natural texture. Most guests arrive by boat—it takes 30 minutes through the mangroves surrounding the resort to reach its private pier—but the small island where the hotel’s 10 rooms are located can also be reached by car or helicopter. There’s so much to do here, from stargazing to spear fishing—but when the beach is as beautiful as paradise, why should you do anything but be lazy? Casa Chablé is located in the UNESCO protected Sian Ka’an reserve.
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