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LTI Announces the World’s Best Luxury Hotel Brands 2023

LTI announces the World’s Best Luxury Hotel Brands 2023. This is not just another World’s Best list. LTI – Luxury Travel Intelligence – has used the past 12 months to apply the perfect assessment process: a rigorously defined algorithm that measures the performance and values of luxury hotel brands.

This year, our algorithm has 130 touchpoints relevant to the luxury hotel sector. Each has its own weighted score value with a total maximum accumulative score of 4663

The touch points relate to overall brand performance, not the performance of individual properties. The focus is on a brand’s ability to deliver: its passion, commitment, ethos and values, as well as the quality of its management and staff.

Continuing investment and how it is utilised is also a major factor – particularly regarding new properties and the refurbishment of existing ones.

World’s Best Luxury Hotel Brands:

1.    Mandarin Oriental 81.4% (2)

2.    Oetker Collection 81.3% (6)

3.    Auberge 79.6% (4)

4.    Six Senses 79.0% (1)

5.    Aman 78.8% (5)

6.    Belmond 76.3% (8)

7.    Four Seasons 76.1% (9)

8.    One&Only 75.1% (7)

9.    Rocco Forte 73.8% (11)

10.  Rosewood 72.1% (3)

11.  Peninsula 69.8% (New Entry)

12.  Raffles 68.5% (New Entry)

• Other brands that rated sufficiently to be monitored throughout the year are (in alphabetical order): 1 Hotels, Alila, Anantara, Banyan Tree, COMO, Dorchester Collection, Firmdale, Jumeirah, Leela, Oberoi, Park Hyatt, Ritz Carlton, Shangri-La, Soho House, Red Carnation, St. Regis, Taj, The Luxury Collection, Viceroy.

• Brands that currently have less than ten properties (our minimum requirement) but rate highly when applying our algorithm are (in alphabetical order): Airelles, Althoff Collection, Bulgari, Capella, Cheval Blanc, JK Place, La Reserve, Maybourne, Montage, Nikki Beach, Pendry, Soneva, Ultima Collection, Virgin Limited Edition.

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