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Luxurious Hotels Set to Open in 2024

As the post-pandemic tourism boom continues into the next year, the opening of new hotels, including properties in the premium segment, will further fuel this trend. In this selection, Rustourismnews.com presents the most anticipated luxury hotels in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.


Romègas Hotel, Valletta, Malta

Located in the capital of Malta, the Romègas Hotel will be the first luxury boutique hotel in a 500-year-old palazzo. Guests can expect mosaic floors and traditional Maltese balconies made of stone with hand-carved details.

Arev St. Tropez, Saint-Tropez, France

This boutique hotel, designed in the style of the mid-20th century, is already being hailed as one of the highlights of the French Riviera in the summer of 2024. Rooms are decorated in red or blue tones, and the pool area features striped changing cabanas, with a champagne cart instead of cocktails at the outdoor restaurant.

Casa Monti Rome, Italy

A 36-room hotel hidden on a quiet street in the Rione Monti district, Casa Monti Rome is owned by the same group behind La Fantaisie in Paris, promising similarly elegant and bohemian energy. Unusual interiors combine bold maximalist floral motifs with contemporary art.

Dunasde Formentera, Formentera, Spain

Simplicity and elegance define Dunasde Formentera, a new hotel on the Balearic Islands featuring 44 rooms and located on the popular Migjorn Beach. Guests can enjoy sea views and Mediterranean cuisine.

One&Only Kéa Island, Greece

Opening just an hour’s boat ride from Athens, the new One&Only Kéa Island resort will offer 73 villas with private pools and a beach club.

Hotel du Couvent, Nice, France

The Perseus Group, the same company behind Le Pigalle in Paris, is restoring a 17th-century mansion in Nice and transforming it into a luxury hotel. The hotel will feature Roman baths, a pool, and a typical French café.

Hotel Balzac, Paris, France

French hotelier Olivier Bertrand, known for Relais Christine, Saint James Paris, and Chateau des Fleurs, will take over the management of Hotel Balzac. After renovation, the hotel will feature a warm, muted decor inspired by the style of the 1930s, a Japanese spa center, and a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Rosewood Schloss Fuschl, near Salzburg, Austria

The legendary Schloss Fuschl hotel is undergoing renovations by a new owner, restoring the 15th-century landmark. Located on the shores of Lake Fuschl, the hotel complex will offer accommodation in chalets and refurbished rooms, as well as a spa center and a lake-view pool.

Rosewood Amsterdam, Netherlands

Situated in the former Palace of Justice, the new hotel will tower over the Prinsengracht – perhaps the most famous canal in Amsterdam. Amenities will include three restaurants and bars, a spa center, an indoor pool, and a ballroom.


Janu Tokyo, Japan

According to the hotel’s concept, the new hotel will focus on “human interaction, playful self-expression, and social well-being.” Located in the Azabudai Hills area, the property will offer 122 suites, 8 restaurants, and one of Tokyo’s largest wellness centers.

Kotiyagala, Sri Lanka

Situated in the Yala National Park, this complex of 12 villas will specialize in exploring tropical wildlife. Guests can enjoy safaris in search of elusive leopards and adorable sloths, followed by relaxation by the jungle pool or Ayurveda treatments.

The Standard, Singapore

This hotel, located on the famous Orchard Road, will cater to those who love nightlife. In addition to 143 rooms, there will be a signature restaurant and a pool overlooking the city.

Rosewood Miyakojima, Okinawa, Japan

The highlight of this new hotel will be its panoramic views of the East China Sea. Nearby attractions include the famous Higashi-Hennazaki Cape, one of Japan’s top 100 scenic spots, and Yonaha Maehama Beach, the most beautiful on Miyako Island.

Aman Bangkok

Architect Jean-Michel Gathy has designed the new Aman Bangkok hotel, hidden in the urban jungle of Nai Lert Park. It will feature two spa centers, several restaurants, and a rooftop jazz bar.

Banyan Tree Higashiyama, Kyoto, Japan

Nestled into the top of a hill, this hotel offers stunning views of Japan’s cultural capital from all 52 rooms.


Waldorf Astoria Platte Island, Seychelles

In early 2024, Waldorf Astoria will open its first hotel in the Indian Ocean on Platte Island in the Seychelles. The 50 villas, scattered around a private lagoon, offer personal concierge service.

The Homestead, South Africa

Located in the Nambiti Reserve, home to 50 species of wildlife, The Homestead will offer 12 luxury suites. Guests can enjoy various local activities, from individual safaris to culinary lessons and bird watching.

Cheval Blanc, Seychelles

Situated on the southwest coast of Mahe Island, this hotel will feature 52 ocean-view or jungle-view villas. In terms of interiors, it will be the most creative hotel in the Seychelles.


One&Only Za’abel, Dubai, UAE

This hotel will have a unique architectural design, with two futuristic towers connected by a long bridge.

Siro One Za’abel, Dubai, UAE

The hotel will focus on health and wellness, including nutrition, sleep, and physical activity. Fitness and relaxation programs are developed in collaboration with professional boxers and AC Milan football team.

Rosewood Doha, Doha, Qatar

With 155 rooms, a Mediterranean cuisine restaurant, a cigar bar, and a ballroom, this hotel will cater to those seeking seclusion during their visit to Doha.

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