The Leading Hotels
of the World
The Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd. is a collection of authentic and uncommon luxury hotels. Comprised of more than 400 hotels in over 80 countries, our hotels embody the very essence of their destinations. Offering varied styles of architecture and design, and immersive cultural experiences delivered by passionate people, our collection is curated for the curious traveler in search of their next discovery.
El Palace Barcelona
In Spain, Barcelona's oldest part of the city lies in its Gothic Quarter, and one that dates to Roman times. The palm-lined plazas, winding medieval lanes and tiny tapas bars invite hours of wandering. Don’t miss a stop at the soaring cathedral, La Seu, where Barcelona’s patron saint, Santa Eularia, is buried in the crypt.
Hotel Byblos Saint-Tropez
The ultimate South of France culminates in this glamorous resort town. Days are spent at one of the many exclusive beach clubs (the classic is Club 55; Plage des Jumeaux is the family-friendly option; Le Voile is the hip one). Shoppers will also be happy browsing the excellent boutiques along such streets as Rue Georges Clemenceau, Rue Allard, Rue Gambetta and Place de la Garonne.
The principality of Monaco entices with its Michelin-starred restaurants, incredible spa and wellness spaces and major cultural events throughout the year. Add to that Monte Carlo’s stellar people-watching (during the day at the beach clubs; at night in the casinos) and one of Europe’s most glamorous shopping scenes, and have the ingredients for a successful day trip (arrive via boat) or a couple of sybaritic days to end the trip.
Hotel de Paris
From Rovinj to Dubrovnik, the "Pearl of the Adriatic" is an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards, the city survived an earthquake in 1667 and the armed conflict in the 1990s.
Outstanding monument of secular architecture, blending Gothic and Renaissance with Baroque touches, the Rector's Palace lies between the Town Hall and the Church of St. Blaise on one side and the Cathedral on the other side, and is the home to the history department of the museum of Dubrovnik.
Hotel Monte Mulini
Discover what lies beneath the surface in the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. From the best restaurants, shops, bars, and things to do and see according to local tastemakers and influencers, to exclusive experiences reserved for guests of The Leading Hotels of the World. Explore a world of possibilities beyond the doorsteps of our more than 400 remarkably uncommon hotels with this series of destinations experiences.