The travel magazine Travel + Leisure and its readers ranked hotels based on their facilities, location, service, food and overall value. Heres the top 10.
A new poll revealed the best hotels in the world.
We’ve all been to hotels that we thought, this is not what I booked online.
We’ve all had trouble with the room, whether the TV was all antsy or the air con was playing up or the mini fridge barely worked.
But look no further as we’ll reveal the best hotels in the world.
And next time you can enjoy travelling without anxiety.
The travel magazine Travel + Leisure and its readers ranked hotels based on their facilities, location, service, food and overall value.
Heres the top 10.
Grabbing the 10th spot is Rosewood Villa Magna in Spains capital Madrid.
Situated on the Paseo de la Castellana, this hotel is elegant and makes you feel like you are in another world.
And tying for the 10th spot is the The Oberoi in India’s capital New Delhi.
An urban resort and a top attraction in the city with a Chinese Menu by renowned chef Andrew Wong.
At number 9 is… Hotel Madame Reve in Paris.
This is one if the newest hotels in the city of light- and apparently its where all the cool Parisians are hanging out.
At number 8, we have the Lowell in New York City.
Open since 1927 in Manhattans Upper East Side.
Famous for its fireplaces, terraces and exceptional hospitality.
At number 7 we have Capella Ubud in Indonesia’s Bali.
To be the best in Bali means a lot. But it’s been described as “magical” and that there is no experience that compares to being in a tent in the Bali jungle.
At number 6 there is the Royal Mansour in Marrakech in Morocco.
An amazing escape within the energetic cities walls. And ptovides Michelin dining.
At number 5 there is the One and Only Reethi Rah, North Male Atoll, Maldives.
A beautiful resort with very comfortable overwater villas, a tropical foilage and white sand. All by the mesmerising Indian Ocean.
At number 4 is the Pickering House Inn, Wolfeboro in New Hampshire.
Following a two year renovation, this historic house is perfect for a quiet getaway and comes with a gourmet breakfast prepared by executive chef Jonathan Hudak.
Let’s continue with number 3 where we have Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaaafushi in South Male Atoll in the Maldives.
This place is incredible. To get their you catch a yacht from male airport.
And you arrive at this postcard-perfect hotel with amazing ocean views and what one guest has called “the best personalised service”.
Let’s move on to number 2 now, where we have Grace Hotel.
Located on the quieter side of Santorini in Greece with its iconic whitewashed architecture and stunning sunsets. This hotel comes with a great view of the blue waters of the Agean.
And grabbing the stop spot on the list. Can I have a drumroll.. is the Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco in Montalcino, Italy.
Travel and leaisure magazine describes this hotel as “Five thousand acres of Tuscan splendor on offer… there’s Old World charm at every turn, but modern additions and something-for-everyone makes Castiglion del Bosco a multisensory experience. Here, no need to draw the curtains: you want to wake up to breathtaking views of the UNESCO-listed Val d’Orcia Natural Park and the hilltop town of Montalcino”.
That’s your top 10 hotels,
Keep them in mind before booking your next trip.
Apple exec fired over crude TikTok video
Apple’s vice president of procurement, Tony Blevins, has been fired from the company after his crude remarks in a TikTok interview went viral
Apple has fired its vice president of procurement, Tony Blevins for making crude comments in a viral TikTok video.
It all started with an interview that went horribly wrong. Creator Daniel Mac posted a video where he asked Blevins what he does for a living, and Blevins response didn’t reference anything respectable.
“I race cars and play golf and fondle big-breasted women. But I take weekends But I take weekends and major holidays off,” Blevins replied.
The video has been viewed over 1.3 million times.
The video didn’t identify Blevins by name and didn’t reference his position at Apple, though Blevins does note that his job offers “a hell of a dental plan.”
But Apple moved quickly to fire Blevins, saying the comments don’t align with their values and respect of women.
Apple is known for being a family-friendly company, so it’s no surprise that they wouldn’t want an employee making crude jokes on TikTok.
This just goes to show that you should be careful what you say on social media.
Apple downgrade signals broader tech problem
Apple’s downgrade by Bank of America sparked a selloff in tech stocks, sending shares of Alphabet and Microsoft to one-year lows.
The move came as investors rotated out of growth stocks and into more defensive assets to deal with higher interest rates and get ahead of a possible recession.
Apple’s stock fell sharply after the downgrade, while shares of other major tech companies also tumbled.
The selloff in tech stocks weighed on the broader market, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 both falling sharply.
The market’s declines were broad-based, but the tech sector was hit particularly hard.
The Nasdaq Composite Index fell more than 3%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 both declined more than 2%.
The market’s sell-off was sparked by a downgrade of Apple’s stock by analysts at Bank of America.
The downgrade came as investors are increasingly worried about the outlook for the tech sector.
Shares of Apple have fallen sharply this year, and the stock is now down more than 30% from its highs.
Other major tech stocks have also been under pressure, with shares of Alphabet, Facebook, and Amazon all down significantly from their highs.
The market’s sell-off on Thursday was a continuation of the recent trend of investors rotating out of growth stocks and into more defensive assets.
The rotation out of growth stocks has been driven by concerns about higher interest rates and a possible recession.
Investors have been flocking to safe-haven assets such as gold and government bonds.
The market’s sell-off on Thursday also came as oil prices fell sharply, with West Texas
Stadia gaming goes in Google cost-cutting
Google’s digital gaming service Stadia is shutting down, the latest casualty in the company’s ongoing cost-cutting efforts.
Launched in 2019, Stadia ran on phones and the Chrome browser but failed to gain traction with users. In a blog post Thursday,
Google says the company had made “the difficult decision to begin winding down our Stadia streaming service.”
It’s is not the first time Google has shuttered a gaming project.
In 2016, the company closed down its Nexus Player game console. And in 2019, it stopped selling its Stadia controllers and canceled a planned cloud gaming service for smartphones.
With the closure of Stadia, Google becomes the latest company to abandon the cloud gaming market, after a difficult year for the industry and tech stocks.
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