Condé Nast Traveller Gold List

The MercerCondé Nast, the publishing company behind the up-market ‘Traveller’ magazine, has unveiled its ‘Gold List’ of the very best hotels for 2006. There are six categories – here’s a round-up:

Best for Ambience/Design

KwandweBest for Facilities

Le ManoirBest for Food

Ngorongoro Crater LodgeBest for Location

Carlisle BayBest for Rooms

Oberoi MassageBest for Service

Comments (1)

  1. irene says:

    This makes interesting reading.

    The Mercer in New York is a great hotel set in Soho just on Prince Street. Its restaurants are well worth a trip to.

    I have to agree Longitude 131 is a spectacular location for a hotel, Uluru is one of the most impressive sights I have seen and where better to have a hotel.

    I see the W hotel in Sydney (now Blue) came up trumps in the best location category however i would challenge that and say the Park Hyatt in Sydney is definitely in a better location next to the Harbour Bridge and overlooking the Opera House.

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