Conde Nast Traveller Top 100 places to stay

77 000 readers provided one million votes in the Conde  2014 Readers’ Choice Awards to identify the top 100 places to stay in the world. Reflecting the readership, the top 100 list includes a diverse range properties from across the globe. Is this the time to confess I have not stayed at any of the Top 100?

Number one was Londolozi, Sabi Sands,  in the Kruger National Park, South Africa which consists of five lodges located on 35,000 acres of protected bushland populated with wild animals:

Rates start at $US1200 per person per night.

Condé Nast Traveler magazine was founded by former Sunday Times editor Sir Harold Evans in 1987. It is a “luxury lifestyle” travel magazine which has won twenty-five National Magazine Awards. I enjoy their very well written articles, great photo journalism and lists of luxury places, that I could never justify paying for! There is a UK and a US edition. Circulation sits at about 800 000 so about ten percent of their readers contributed to the Top 100 list.

 

 

 

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