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Top 5 Luxury Resorts for Winter Vacations Across the Globe

From the vastness of the Sahara desert, to the ice glaciers of Antarctica or the depths of the Indian ocean, there is no limit to where travel can take you. No matter your destination, you can find a luxurious resort to fit your desires.


Take your dream high-end to one of these top five luxury resorts for your winter vacation

Nihi Sumba

Nihi Sumba is the definition of a life well-lived. Perfect for the adventurous spirit, this luxurious Indonesian resort will allow you to vacation with a purpose. 


The resort is home to 28 uniquely designed villas, each with its own private pool. From the crisp white linens on their signature canopy beds to the sweeping panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, you will be swept away by this luxurious experience. 


Indonesia is a great place to travel year-round. While January and February are their wet season, you’ll still find warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine throughout your stay.

Amandira in Indonesia

Custom-built by renowned master boat builders, the Konjo tribe of Borneo in 2015 – this magnificent two-masted Phinisi travels under sail as well as motor. Furnished throughout in sustainably sourced teak and rattan, Amandira accommodates ten guests in five spacious well-appointed cabins. Communal spaces include an elegant indoor lounge and dining area with television and coffee table books, and an expansive foredeck with alfresco dining table and comfortable lounge spaces – equally suited to sunbathing, sipping a sundowner or stargazing under a brilliant night sky.


In the winter months, Amandira will set sail to the Indonesian archipelago, Raja Ampat a tropical paradise with some of the world’s most unique coral and fish species.

The Lodge at Blue Sky

Mountain luxury and adventure await at this beautiful resort in Salt Lake City, Utah. On this 3,500 acre private resort, you’ll find that luxury meets nature with farm-to-table cuisine, relaxed and modern accommodations, and a variety of activities for the most adventurous soul.


In winter, skiers and snowboarders can enjoy a day at Park City Mountain Resort then head back to the Lodge at Blue Sky for evening cocktails and dinner. Or, take the adventure to a whole new level with heli-skiing, dog sledding, or ice fishing. 

Six Senses

Bhutan is rich in culture, tradition and spirituality, as well as a great destination year-round. Six Senses Bhutan houses five lodges set in intimate locations and uniquely designed with spacious suites and villas. While there, you can try a variety of activities, from Bhutan’s national sport of archery, to hikes through the pristine forests or foraging for mushrooms.


March to April and September to November offer the best weather for hiking, but even in the winter months, you’ll find pleasant weather and clear mountain views.

Amankora in Bhutan

Amankora has designed each of its five lodges to be an exclusive sanctuary, each located in a beautiful setting. The five lodges are comprised of 76 suites with both rustic elements and a contemporary design, to give you a truly luxurious experience. Enjoy excellent cuisine with Bhutan’s natural ingredients and local dishes like yak carpaccio. 


While on your winter getaway, spend your days exploring ancient monasteries, viewing majestic mountains, and seeing the unique architecture of the region.


Thinking about booking a trip this winter? Allow our team of luxury travel experts to meet your needs and plan the perfect vacation.


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