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Virtuoso reveals hottest hotel openings of 2020

Do your clients have a taste for accommodation that’s a bit on the luxe side?

Well, fear not, because luxe specialists Virtuoso have just tapped their top hotel openings for 2020 so you can impress even your most discerning clients.

From the classic luxury of French properties to more adventurous hot spots like Japan and Botswana, Virtuoso’s list is packed with must-see historic icons, sleek beach resorts, lodges and city retreats.

Cheval Blanc Paris, France – opening spring 2020

Located in the heart of the City of Light, steps from the Louvre and the Marais, Cheval Blanc Paris combines historical, cultural and contemporary features for an authentic Parisian experience. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the 26 rooms and 46 suites offer views of famed landmarks and city life. Virtuoso exclusives: upgrade upon arrival if available, daily full American breakfast for two, fast-track immigration, complimentary round-trip private transfer with VIP meet and greet, spa access, complimentary Wi-Fi and early check-in and late check-out if available.

One&Only Mandarina, Mexico – opening June 2020

Set in a lush, beachfront jungle setting, the intimate resort boasts 104 standalone villas and treehouses – each with a private pool. Guests will have access to innovative culinary experiences, a lively beach club, wellness programming and a playground of adventures on land and sea. Virtuoso exclusives: upgrade on arrival if available, daily breakfast for two, $100 USD resort credit, complimentary Wi-Fi, early check-in and late check-out if available.

The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon, Japan – opening June 2020

Located near Tokyo’s finest neighbourhoods and attractions, the property will feature 206 rooms with stunning views of the city’s skyline, including 21 suites and a penthouse. A signature restaurant, cocktail bar and wellness spa will cultivate a unique, luxurious atmosphere. Virtuoso exclusives: upgrade upon arrival if available, daily breakfast for two, $100 USD hotel credit, complimentary Wi-Fi, and early check-in and late check-out if available.

Villa Igiea, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Italy – opening June 2020

A former refuge for royalty and Hollywood’s elite, Villa Igiea occupies a unique location overlooking the azure waters of the Gulf of Palermo. After a restoration, the iconic palazzo will showcase a fresh design while maintaining its timeless splendour. Virtuoso exclusives: upgrade on arrival if available, daily breakfast for two, $100 USD food and beverage credit, complimentary Wi-Fi, and early check-in and late check-out if available.

Xigera, Botswana – opening June 2020

Xigera is  defined by exceptional service, with 105 staff looking after just 24 guests in an intimate, exclusive bush experience. The solar-powered lodge offers 12 suspended suites surrounded by ancient trees and flood plains, showcasing bespoke works by Africa’s most exciting young artists and craftspeople. Virtuoso exclusives to be announced.

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