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Hotel review: The Conrad Osaka

When Hilton created its luxury series named after the man himself, Conrad Nicholson Hilton, we knew it was going to be something special.

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Hotel review: Mandarin Oriental, Milan

by Ali Coulton

Milan is home to two great Italian football teams. It’s also home to the the Mandarin Oriental, which you can read about here.

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Hotel review: Le Méridien Noumea Resort & Spa

by Christian Fleetwood

If we were rating the rosé and macaroons alone, we’d give this hotel five stars. The hangover, however, wouldn’t rate anywhere near as highly.

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Hotel review: Naumi Singapore

by Harriet Jayne Morris

Travel Weekly’s roving reporter recently got the chance to put their feet up at Naumi Singapore. They even found time to do a review about their stay.

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Hotel review: Six Senses Maxwell (it didn’t look like the pictures)

by Harriet Jayne Morris

According to this review, Singapore’s Six Senses Maxwell looks a lot better in the flesh, so perhaps ignore the accompanying photos.

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Hotel review: Shangri-La Paris

by Ali Coulton

Travel Weekly’s deputy editor has taken a break from munging down on croissants and skolling champagne in France to deliver this hotel review.

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Hotel review: Vomo Island Resort

by Dan Uglow

Read at your own peril: This review may make the prospect of continuing your day without immediately booking flights to Fiji unbearable.

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Hotel Review: COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

by Nancy Hromin

Our roving reporter spent the long weekend living it up at this luxury hotel, just in case you need somewhere to direct your travel FOMO today.

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Hotel Review: Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

by Melina Gouveia

Set atop the tallest building in the city, the Ritz-Carlton Tokyo raises luxury hotel stays to new heights. Get it? Because it’s up high? Sorry, it’s Monday and we’re tired.

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Hotel review: Four Seasons Kyoto

by Melina Gouveia

Not going away for the holidays? Not to worry, this hotel review is so descriptive you could trick yourself into thinking you were actually there.

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Hotel review: Palace Hotel Tokyo

by Melina Gouveia

Read at your own peril: This review may make the prospect of continuing your day without immediately booking flights to Japan unbearable.

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Luxury hotel review: Hoshinoya Bali

by Harriet Morris

Is this windy dusty day getting you down? Well, we’re not sure if looking through this luxury hotel review will make you feel any better, though it will momentarily distract you.

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