Imagine an Entire Hotel Just for You and Yours

More hotels are offering travelers the option to book a property all to themselves

Noku, Maldives
Noku, Maldives

By Amulya Hiremath on 10.13.21

Luxury hospitality experience? Check. Covid safe? Check. Fully private, secluded getaway? Check and check. Making the dream of calling Grand Hotel Tremezzo home come true? Oh yes, check!

Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como, Italy

Many independent hotels from all over the world are following the trend and are now making their properties available for full buyouts — even if you are not planning the usual wedding. They are ready for any and every travel dream, while being mindful of a range of guests’ budgets and group sizes, offering everything from bespoke large-scale reservations with a unique blend of luxury lifestyle and star amenities. That means going on that special trip with all your loved ones has never been more tempting.

Borneo Eagle Resort, Malaysia
Borneo Eagle Resort, Malaysia

The world’s largest independent hotel brand, Preferred Hotels & Resorts check all the boxes with their new initiative ‘WHERE NEXT? Buyouts’, launched in 2021, encouraging eager travelers to book full hotels.

Inns of Aurora, New York
Inns of Aurora, New York

Be it pastel-pink cottages in the Bermudas or a full floor on the shores of Lake Como or even an entire island in the serendipitous turquoise of the Maldives, there’s pretty much every accommodation option within reach.

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