This year, members of the Indagare community traveled to hundreds of destinations across the globe, from Mexico to Madagascar and Sweden to Singapore. Our top booked properties of 2018 include a romantic retreat in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, sleek urban oases in Japan and the most coveted city addresses in Europe and the United States.
Read on to discover some of our most popular hotels of the year, and contact Indagare to start planning your next trip.
1. Hotel Eden, Rome
Rich in history but fully updated with every modern luxury and more, the immaculate Hotel Eden is a five-star haven in Rome.
Courtesy Hotel Eden
2. Aman Tokyo
With its sleek minimalist design, the top luxury hotel in Japan’s capital has the largest rooms, the best views and a stronger sense of place than the rest of the competition.
Courtesy Aman Tokyo
3. Kasbah Tamadot, Morocco
Sir Richard Branson fell in love with this Kasbah in the Atlas Mountains (just a 45-minute drive from Marrakech) and transformed it into a luxurious boutique hotel with tented suites and a spa, making this resort one of Morocco’s most memorable escapes.
Courtesy Kasbah Tamadot
4. Ritz Paris
A time capsule of Belle Époque decadence, this historic hotel—once a home-away-from-home for Coco Chanel, Marcel Proust and Ernest Hemingway—reopened in 2016 following an extensive four-year renovation.
Courtesy Ritz Paris
5. Ritz-Carlton Kyoto
This riverside property pairs contemporary design with traditional Japanese elements and achieves the distinctly Japanese balance of calm zen and lively buzz.
Courtesy Ritz-Carlton Kyoto
6. The Berkeley, London
This London property is the kind of discreet, elegant hotel preferred by people who like to be well taken care of but don’t like a lot of fuss or fanfare.
Courtesy The Berkeley
7. La Mamounia, Marrakech
The legendary La Mamounia, which has long offered the best of both of Marrakech’s worlds (proximity to the medina and a park-like setting), was declared by its acclaimed designer Jacques Garcia to be a “modern-day fairytale.”
Courtesy La Mamounia
8. The Peninsula Beverly Hills
The unparalleled service, central location and stunning rooftop pool give the Peninsula a leg up on competitors and secure its place at the top of the list of Los Angeles’ best hotels.
Courtesy Peninsula Beverly Hills
9. The Mark, New York City
Located on the Upper East Side, the Mark offers a combination of traditional service and modern design in an upscale retreat away from the New York crowds.
Courtesy The Mark
10. Hotel Pulitzer Amsterdam
Thanks to its prime location in the Nine Streets, a stunning aesthetic fusing Old World Amsterdam with modern Dutch whimsy and a blissful courtyard garden, the Hotel Pulitzer is a stylish oasis in the heart of the city.
Courtesy Hotel Pulitzer
Contact Indagare to start planning your next trip.