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The TripAdvisor Top 25 Hotels in the World Are Here – Some Under $100 Per Night!

Written by Charlie

TripAdvisor’s 2019 list of the Top 25 Hotels in the World is out and there are some nice hotels on the list! Some of them are even available for under $100 per night!

The top 25 hotels in the world for 2019 have just been announced by TripAdvisor. Find out which hotels received this honor and which countries take the most hotels!

If you want a bargain, check out the hotels in South America or Asia to get some deals around or under $100 per night – at a top 25 hotel!

The Top 25 Hotels in the World Are Here, Courtesy of TripAdvisor

Link: Top 25 Hotels in the World for 2019

  1. Tulemar Bungalows & Villas (Costa Rica)
  2. Hotel Belvedere (Italy)
  3. Viroth’s Hotel (Cambodia)
  4. Kenting Amanda Hotel (Taiwan)
  5. Hotel Alpin Spa Tuxerhof (Austria)
  6. French Quarter Inn (South Carolina)
  7. The Resort at Pedregal (Mexico)
  8. Belmond Palacio Nazarenas (Peru)
  9. Kayakapi Premium Caves – Cappadocia (Turkey)
  10. Hanoi La Siesta Hotel & Spa (Vietnam) (available for under $80!)
  11. Golden Temple Retreat (Cambodia)
  12. Quinta Jardins do Lago (Portugal)
  13. The Oberoi Rajvilas (India)
  14. Hotel Amira Istanbul (Turkey)
  15. Hotel 41 (United Kingdom)
  16. Ikos Oceania (Greece)
  17. Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve (Indonesia)
  18. Nayara Springs (Costa Rica)
  19. Rosewood Mayakoba (Mexico)
  20. Valle D’incanto Midscale Hotel (Brazil) (available for under $100!)
  21. Hotel Spadai (Italy)
  22. Constance Prince Maurice (Mauritius)
  23. O’Gallery Premier Hotel & Spa (Vietnam)
  24. The Nantucket Hotel & Resort (Massachusetts)
  25. AYADA Maldives (Maldives)

Unfortunately, there are no hotels on the lists that are in a major points program (the Mandapa does not offer award nights in the Marriott Bonvoy program).

On the list, Costa Rica took 2 spots, Italy took 2, the US has 2, Mexico has 2, and Vietnam has 2. If you want to stay at a top hotel, the number 2 hotel, Viroth’s Hotel in Cambodia, dropped one spot from 2018 and is available for under $150 per night! For a country like Cambodia, that is a lot of money for a hotel but it makes it nice to experience one of the top hotels in the entire world!

Top 25 Hotels in the World

The Ikos Oceania, the top all-inclusive hotel in the world

I love that the Ikos Oceania in Greece made the list, partially because that is just 45 minutes away from where I currently am (so I need to go try it out!), because it is not an island hotel, and because it made the #1 spot for the all-inclusive hotels in the world for this year! Great job, Ikos!

To see other Top 25 lists for 2019 from TripAdvisor, check these out – Top All-Inclusive, Top Luxury Hotels, Top Bargain Hotels, and More!

Featured image is the AYADA Maldives – not bad for #25!

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

2 Comments

  • It’d be interesting to know what criteria they use to arrive at these conclusions. The list just seems a bit odd. For instance, 2 hotels in Siem Reap seems a bit much and I would have thought that London or Paris might have made a showing. I’m sure that the hotels listed are lovely. I’d just like to know how they got ranked so well.

    • I agree. I know they weight it heavily on their reviewers section but I also have read before about how those can be manipulated as well. I think they would also require a place like London to have a really spectacular rating/reason to rank it since there are so many high-scale hotels in those cities already.

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