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Here’s The Top 10 Travel Experiences According To Frequent Jetsetters

Here’s The Top 10 Travel Experiences According To Frequent Jetsetters

#1 La Mamounia, Morocco

Score: 93.76

(Photo: La Mamounia)

What a beauty! This near-perfect gem is located just a ten minute drive from Marrakech airport in central Morocco and was voted in at number one thanks to its exquisite beauty and great service. Think 2500 square metres of sheer luxury – alluring architecture, a regal setting and easy access to the beautiful and expansive city outside. It’s perfection. Oh and just so you know, La Mamounia has an ice-cream bar along the walkway from the hotel to the garden. What are you waiting for?

#2 The Oberoi Udaivilas, India

Score: 93.40

(Photo: Oberoi Hotels)

If you thought our number one spot was regal, take a look at this bad boy. Frequently found on ‘best hotels of the world’ lists, the The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur, India is certainly something else; sitting beside Lake Pichola, this opulent castle is only accessed by private boat. It’s guaranteed to make you feel like royalty.

#3 Singita Grumeti, Tanzania

Score: 93.28

(Photo: Singita Grumeti)

Possibly the best way to experience the wildebeest migration across the Serengeti, Singita Grumeti sits right in the heart of the migratory route in northern Tanzania. This enclave is great for overlooking the lush plains that surround you and playing a little eye-spy with some roaming wildlife.

#4 Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France, St. Barts

Score: 93.12

Isle de France, St. Barth
(Photo: Cheval Blanc)

Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle De France is certainly a mouthful, but it will soon become your one stop shop for all things luxury, romance and adventure in the Caribbean. Take us there now.

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#5 Le Bristol Paris, France

Score: 92.44

(Photo: Le Bristol Paris/Facebook)

Think 18th-century French styling, exceptional cuisine, jardins galore and a pretty amazing rooftop pool. Le Bristol Paris is just so perfectly French.

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