Planning a trip to Ibiza this summer? Here’s our selection of the most stylish and luxurious places to shop, eat, play and stay on the famous party island.
Every now and then I discover a stylish hotel that goes above and beyond when it comes to customer service. Singapore’s boutique Quincy Hotel is one such property. Situated a stone’s throw from the Orchard Road shopping strip (over 20 malls and counting); it’s everything that is included with a room at the Quincy that makes this place stand out.
Something which I have noticed Australian cities do very well are stylish, self-contained apartment hotels. Whilst an ‘apartment hotel’ may sound like a contradiction in terms, done well this type of accommodation can offer the best of both worlds to business and leisure travellers alike. The Punthill in Brisbane is one such apartment hotel which strikes the balance just right.
The hotel was named Lindos View and it was easy to see why. The pool, restaurant and dining area were on the edge of a cliff. The valley dipped beneath us but standing proudly on an elevated section of rock directly in front was the ancient Acropolis, which Lindos Rhodes is famed for. The place should have been called Staggering Lindos View – it was that good.
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The discreet building housing the FX Taipei blended in with the surrounding commercial offices. The premises were once the head office of Air China but now host the trendy passengers flying in to Taipei. Situated in the hub of the financial and commercial centre of Taipei City, the FX Hotel Taipei is conveniently located in the Jhongshan district, a perfect location for business and leisure travellers alike.
The party isle of Ibiza is bursting with stylish stays. Whilst the likes of Kate Moss can afford to spend big bucks on villas like those seen on ‘Cribs’, I was looking for something with style that doesn’t cost the earth.
Ingredients for a stylish holiday: Good views, good beaches, good food and good company.
Not so stylish: Sunburn, sea-sickness and sweating, which is what I contributed to it.