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The top hotels in the world, according to Traveler readers in this year’s survey, are listed below. We are always interested in where you go, what you like, and whom you go with. We will continue to listen to you as you go. This year’s most popular hotels are listed below.

Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa – Conca dei Marini, Italy

We have all fantasized about a romantic beach Italian trip, and this one could be it. Just three miles from Amalfi, the hotel is housed in a refurbished 17th-century monastery. With 20 rooms, terraced gardens, clifftop Mediterranean views, and a pool that appears to float above the water, you will be able to appreciate the tranquillity without feeling lonely.

Visit the spa on lariviera casino, which features saunas and steam rooms, a hydro pool, and a tepidarium, and stroll around the four levels of terraced gardens. Before eating on local Campanian dishes at Il Refettorio, the Michelin-starred restaurant, where the adorable servers are right out of central casting, you may have a martini with a side of chess in the library and bar.

Hotel 71 – Quebec City, Canada

This 40-room boutique is perfectly positioned in the heart of Quebec’s Old Port, across the street from the Museum of Civilization. It is housed in a 19th-century bank building but lacks any colonial pretence. With limestone walls and a walnut ceiling, the foyer is a refreshing breath of modernism. The rooms themselves, which occupy the upper four stories of the structure the rest is rented out as office space.

The LED room numbers change color to signal whether housekeeping should come in (green) or stay out (red) along the corridors (red). The hotel’s tiny stature and polish give it a distinct personal sense, but smallness comes at a cost.

Archer Hotel Austin – Austin, Texas

The Archer is in a residential neighbourhood in north Austin, roughly 20 minutes from downtown (without traffic). The calm region offers a respite from the bustle of tourists in downtown, hipster-field Austin, despite being teeming with high-end stores and restaurants. With the customers are aware of this: it attracts young couples seeking a boutique hotel experience away from the masses and live music every night.

The rooms are wide and simple, with most having a single accent wall; however, the hotel’s shower is where it really shines. His-and-hers slippers are embroidered with a mustache or puckered lips, as appropriate. Frette robes are provided, and there is a rain showerhead and Malin + Goetz products in the spacious shower.

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles – Los Angeles California

Rooms at this Pasadena landmark located just north of Los Angeles, have Pueblo Mission Revival architecture, rich woods, and chaise lounges; ground-floor rooms have French doors leading to patios. The Terrace delivers contemporary California cuisine poolside, while The Bar specializes in small plates.

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