Titled "The Best New Hotels In The World", the writer opens the piece by saying that "at the end of every year, we at Travel + Leisure are busy taking stock of the past 12 months and putting together the It List, our annual collection of the best new hotels around the globe. This year, the competition was fiercer than ever."
Coming to The Oberoi Sukhvilas Resort & Spa, Siswan Forest Range, New Chandigarh, the writer emphasises that "Oberoi’s newest addition is Mughal-inspired from top to bottom, with intricate hand-painted murals and gold leafing throughout. It sits on a former orange grove, so guests can pluck fruit from the trees as they wander the grounds."
About Travel + Leisure, It List:
The winners are selected by Travel + Leisure, US, Editors. Decisions are based as per the feedback provided by freelancers or editorial staff who visit the property. To qualify for the list, a property must be recently launched or must have undergone a significant renovation. The list is Travel + Leisure’s definitive guide to the hotels that aren’t just gateways to a place, but destinations in their own right.
About Travel + Leisure:
The world’s most influential travel brand, Travel + Leisure, offers insider access to destinations around the globe with a signature mix of smart advice, immersive photography, expert reporting, and award-winning coverage of hotels, food, design, style, culture, and trends. Travel + Leisure features news, finds, and opinions that empower its readers and users to travel better. With a global reach of more than 5 million readers, the Travel + Leisure print portfolio includes the U.S. flagship and five international editions in Mexico, Turkey, China, India/South Asia, and Southeast Asia. It has a circulation of 9,71,000 copies.
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