The Ritz-carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal
4 Nights , Breakfast
At The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal, sunrise and sunset are not simply marks of time; they are moments for inspiration. In the morning, the sun shimmers off Al Maqta Creek, while the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is lit beautifully as the sun retreats for the day. This spectacular setting, paired with hotel amenities including a kids' program, waterpark, spa and meeting venues, is perfect for families, couples and business travelers alike.
7 Nights , Breakfast
Welcome to Zeavola, a sustainable Phi Phi Island luxury resort with an air of rustic romance, located on the tranquil white sand Laem Tong Beach. The barefoot luxury experience at this island hotel will allow you to unplug and reconnect with yourself amidst spectacular tropical beauty.
Step back in time and immerse yourself in the simplicity of rural village life in adorable teakwood suites that bring you closer to nature. Fill your days with exciting journeys of exploration and adventure on the Andaman Sea, pampering spa treatments, cooking classes and indulge in authentic, delicious cuisine.
Al Bustan Palace, A Ritz Carlton Hotel
6 Nights , Breakfast
Secluded amid an emerald green oasis overlooked by the rugged Al Hajar Mountains, Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel reopens its doors after a redefining renovation. With the glittering Gulf of Oman beckoning from the edge of its 200 beachfront acres and the glimmer of an exquisite crystal chandelier in the towering lobby, the former palace is a destination for both luxury travelers and high-profile events.
7 Nights , All Inclusive
In the Creole language Zilwa means an “islander”. Zilwa Attitude is the first hotel boasting a Creole name in Mauritius. Zilwa Attitude is different and unique with its Mauritian concept and invites all guests to discover the legendary genuineness of this little paradise. Situated on the north coast of Mauritius, in Kalodyne, close to the fishermen’s village of Grand Gaube, this 4* hotel is a “hymn” to Mauritius.
The contemporary rustic-chic design and Mauritian architecture of the hotel take their source of inspiration in the old days bungalows. Those charming holiday homes built along the beach, with thatch, tin or shingle roofs, wax-polished “béton ciré” floors, rough walls, bright colours and other material are reminders of an island’s typical way of life. A few design details here and there give a special local atmosphere so typical of this hotel.
Come and share their treasures, their smiles, their music, their art de vivre by the sea. Share their experiences, become an islander, a “zilwa”.