The most awaited new luxury 4 and 5-star hotels of 2024 are making waves across the globe. From Paris to Indonesia, Japan to the French Alsace, and from Belle-Île-en-Mer to Mozambique, explore the hotels that will be the talk of the town in 2024.
As is our tradition every year, we unveil our selection of the most anticipated new luxury 4 and 5-star hotels for the upcoming year. From Paris to Indonesia, Japan to Alsace, and the Alps to Mozambique, these are the new hotels that will capture attention this year, categorized by geographical zones. If 2022 saw Paris taking the lead in hotel openings and 2023 was the year of regional spots, the Middle East (Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia) is taking the spotlight this time. We open this long list with our dear country, France, hotels around the world can be discovered here.
EMERIA Dinard Hotel Thalasso & Spa, new Phytomer spa in Brittany
Head to Dinard, the Belle Époque seaside resort on the Emerald Coast, where the legendary Emeria hotel, adorned with marine-inspired décor, is getting a makeover. Key-wise, nothing changes, and we welcome that. The 167 cottages, dressed in weathered wood and slate, continue to charm with their panoramic views of Cézembre Island or the Bay of Saint-Malo. The revolution? Fully renovated common spaces, a redesigned thalasso area with new saltwater basins, and a brand-new 400m2 spa consisting of nine treatment cabins with a modern and warm cocoon-like atmosphere. Not to forget the highlight: a new, ultra-luxurious concept offering the comfort of two exclusive suites with a spa and sauna.
The Spa will continue to offer the remineralizing benefits of Phytomer treatments, with a menu of high-end and sustainable treatments made in the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel from natural ingredients sourced from the sea. For the face, the Hydra Originel Moisturizing and Plumping Treatment, based on organic weaving algae that retains water in the heart of cells, promises a hydrated and plump epidermis. Regarding body massages, eagerly await the Oligomer Spa, an invigorating and remineralizing sensory journey (thanks to Oligomer flower, a clinically proven in-house active) where the choreography alternates between strokes and pressures to release tension and deeply penetrate the active ingredients. The result: a fresh complexion and a toned body, as if after a bath in the English Channel on December 31st.
— Spa reopening in spring 2024 —
The Paris Montmartre Sacré-Cœur by Handwritten Collection
A new brand emerges within the already well-stocked portfolio of the Accor Group, aiming to reinvent boutique hospitality with its Handwritten Collection. The first establishment of this collection is set to be inaugurated in Paris. An intimate, human-scale hotel is announced, nestled close to Montmartre and its Sacré-Cœur, concealed behind a typical Haussmannian façade.
— Spring 2024 —
Mama Shelter Nice, France
Another opening for Mama Shelter, which inaugurated its hotels in Rennes and Dijon in 2023 and plans for 2024, in addition to this Nice address near the Old Port in the Riquier district, new branches in Zurich, Dubai, and Medellín, Colombia. The Mama Shelter Nice will feature 102 rooms, a festive restaurant, and a rooftop with a pool, located at the corner of Rue Beaumont and Boulevard de Riquier.
— New hotel in June 2024 —
Hôtel Les Lumières, Versailles
The former Hôtel de France is reborn under the guidance of the 2L Collection (Le Cinq Codet in Paris, Château d’Audrieu in Normandy, and Fonscolombe in Provence), facing the entrance of the Palace of Versailles. Revamped as a 5-star hotel, this new establishment takes residence in the former Hôtels de Villacerf and de Gramont, built under Louis XIV and classified as historical monuments. With 31 rooms, including 9 suites, the hotel will celebrate the Age of Enlightenment and the French way of life. The restaurant and bar, as well as the tea room inspired by the Hall of Mirrors, will feature a menu by Pierre Hermé, which will also include a pastry boutique.
— Opening in June 2024 —
Hotel Hana, Paris 2nd
Between Bourse and the Opéra Garnier, Hotel Hana will blend Japanese and Parisian influences in a 5-star establishment, named “flower” in Japanese. The Addresses Hotels collection, known for Hotel des Académies et des Arts, Monsieur Georges, and the recent acquisition of Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel on the French Riviera, collaborates with the creative duo Olivier Leone and Laura Gonzalez. With a mix of boudoir and Japanese minimalism, the hotel will offer 25 rooms and 2 Feng Shui suites, a restaurant bar with an open kitchen featuring a menu by Shirley Garrier and Mathieu Zouhairi (The Social Food), and a pool, two treatment cabins, and a fitness area. An all-inclusive experience – just like a one-way ticket to Kyoto.
— Opening in January 2024 —
Maison Albar Hotels – Le Victoria, Nice
On the edge of the Jardin Albert 1er and facing the Promenade des Anglais, the Boscolo B4 Nice Park hotel transitions to the Maison Albar Hotels brand, marking its second foray into the south of France after the successful takeover of the legendary Imperator in Nîmes. The extensive renovations, led by architect Jean-Paul Gomis and design studio STUDIO MHNA, include a complete restructuring of the building, a rooftop extension, and the addition of nine luxury boutiques on the ground floor. The hotel will comprise 132 rooms and suites, a 600 m2 spa, a rooftop with a restaurant and pool, and meeting rooms. The building will also feature a new pedestrian passage and a square connecting to Masséna Street.
— New luxury hotel in 2024 —
La Fondation, Paris 17th
Between Parc Monceau and the Batignolles village, Hotel La Fondation will be designed by designers Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch—head of the renowned New York studio Roman & Williams. Behind its brutalist concrete structure, the 10,000 m² establishment will offer a diverse concept, housing a 5-star hotel, two restaurants, a rooftop, office spaces with an auditorium and a suspended garden, a sports club with a climbing wall, and a semi-Olympic pool.
— Opening in the 2nd quarter of 2024 —
Grand Coeur Latin, Paris 5th
Located near the Luxembourg Gardens in the heart of the Latin Quarter, this new 4-star hotel will establish a subtle connection between Roman heritage and refined contemporary design. Referencing the Lutetia arenas, the iconic Gallo-Roman amphitheater nearby, the Parisian hotel will reveal an underground basin inspired by ancient baths and a charming outdoor patio.
— Opening planned for the second quarter of 2024 —
Dolce by Wyndham Versailles – Domaine du Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas
Just outside Paris, in Jouy-en-Josas, Dolce by Wyndham Versailles will open its doors, close to the Toile de Jouy museum. Set in the Domaine de Montcel, former domain of the Oberkampf family in the 19th century and former premises of the Fondation Cartier, this 4-star address will feature 178 rooms, suites, and apartments, emphasizing art and history. The decoration, crafted by the Flamant Interior Design team, will highlight the Toile de Jouy, along with works by renowned artists (Arman, César) scattered throughout the park. The paintings of Corot, an emblematic figure of the Barbizon school, have also inspired the hotel’s atmosphere, especially those depicting the Bièvre Valley that encompasses the estate. Other highlights include a Sothys spa and three dining options: Le Restaurant La Toile, Restaurant La Manufacture, and Le Cèdre – Bar du Montcel.
— Opening in March 2024 —
Hôtel du Couvent, Nice
Rumors in Nice suggest that Valéry Grégo, former owner of Les Roches Rouges on the French Riviera, Le Fitz Roy, or Le Pigalle in Paris, will open a new 5-star hotel in the fully renovated Couvent de la Visitation Sainte-Claire, in the heart of the old town. The program includes 88 rooms spread across 4 buildings, a spa, dining options, and a large garden courtyard surrounded by a colonnade, all decorated by the FESTEN duo.
— Opening in spring 2024 —
La Citadelle Vauban, Belle-Île-en-mer
Overlooking the port of Palais, where boats from the mainland arrive in Belle-Île-en-Mer, the Vauban Citadel, construction of which began in 1549, is completely renovated by the Paris Society group (Villa M in Paris, Refuge de Solaise in Val-D’Isère). Spread across 10 hectares of landscaped park with an exceptional view of the Atlantic, the citadel features bastions, curtain walls, casemates, and powder magazines, as well as rooms and restaurants. The exact number of rooms is not known yet, but the 54 keys of the previous hotel give an idea of the size of the future address.
— New hotel in 2024 —
L’hôtel Liautaud, Cassis
Nestled in a natural setting between Cap Canaille and the Calanques, on the port of Cassis, this 4-star hotel, just 100 meters from the beach and the Mediterranean, is about to be revamped. The complete renovation, led by the Architecture54 studio, will focus on a mineral and limestone style in the rooms and common areas.
— Reopening planned in 2024
L’hôtel Bleu, Carry-le-Rouet
Another address to be redesigned by the Architecture54 firm, this time with ultramarine blue touches and discreet marine motifs that will inspire travelers with a true sea bath. The hotel is already planned to house a Phytomer spa, a restaurant, and an infinity pool overlooking the Mediterranean.
— Opening in 2024 —
Les Bains Gardians, Camargue
A future jewel of the Camargue on 4 hectares, Les Bains Gardians will have 67 keys, including 48 cabins, and will blend tradition and modernity with the Hauvette & Madani signature. The restaurant “Le Pont des Bannes,” a true local institution, will be reinvented to accommodate 140 guests in an elegant atmosphere. Chef Julie Grossi, under the guidance of Bruno Grossi, will create local and seasonal cuisine with a modern touch. Two pools, a spa, stables with 30 Gardian horses, and private arenas will offer a complete experience. The musical program, following the tradition of Les Bains Paris, will add a festive touch.
— Opening in April 2024 —
Le Mas Candille, Mougins
— Reopening in 2024 —
Under the guidance of entrepreneur and founder of the H8 Collection group Jean-Philippe Cartier (Hôtel Flaubert in Normandy, Castel Beau Site in Brittany, Hauts de Loire, etc.) and the Courtin-Clarins family, this Côte d’Azur institution begins a new chapter. Located between Cannes and Nice and surrounded by a four-hectare park dotted with cypress and olive trees, Le Mas Candille will reopen its doors in 2024 after a major renovation entrusted to the young architect and decorator Hugo Toro. Open year-round, the 5-star hotel with 46 rooms and suites will unveil its brand new Clarins Spa concept, along with its two completely redesigned restaurants and bars.
Silverstone by Alpine Collection, Val d’Isère
The Silverstone by Alpine Collection hotel, located on the Santons slope, will open its doors in late December 2023 in Val d’Isère. The confidential hotel will offer an unparalleled mountain experience with 2 luxury suites and 4 Penthouses accommodating 8 to 17 people. The hotel distinguishes itself with personalized decor to make guests feel like they are in their own chalet, panoramic views of the Bellevarde face, and elegant architecture that harmoniously integrates with the mountainous landscape. Upscale facilities include concierge service, dedicated staff, a private restaurant with room service, a ski shop, wellness areas with a pool, and cinema rooms. Furthermore, its ski-in/ski-out location provides direct access to the Tignes – Val d’Isère ski area.
— Opening on December 23, 2023 —
1 Place Vendôme, Paris
Following the Bvlgari hotels, Maison Chopard ventures into hospitality with 1 Place Vendôme, a boutique hotel featuring 10 suites and 5 rooms perched above the jewelry boutique of the same name. Very exclusive, little is known about the luxurious and discreet address designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the designer accustomed to palaces. Influences intersect and collide between a sculpture by Jean-Michel Othoniel and a Louis XV fireplace in the lobby, a patio adorned with a mosaic where peacocks and butterflies frolic, and the Chopard Apartment, sparkling with columns, chandeliers, and consoles.
— In soft opening —
L’Experimental Chalet Val d’Isère
The Experimental Group extends its influence to the snowy peaks of Val d’Isère with the planned opening in 2024 of a hotel comprising 110 rooms, two restaurants, a bar, a pool, and a spa. The renovation of the former hotel in the Alps will be entrusted to interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon, and L’Experimental
— Opening at the end of 2024 —
Nestled between Gard and Ardèche, Mas Re.Source, scheduled for spring 2024, is the passionate project of Rémy and Marc Etienne-Coussedière. Enthusiasts of ancient stones, architecture, and contemporary photography, they have transformed an old farmhouse into a refuge where nature and contemplation come to life in the heart of 4 hectares of land. With 5 rooms, 2 guest houses, a guest table highlighting Marc’s self-taught cuisine, a panoramic outdoor pool, and spaces designed by landscape architect Luc Echilley, Mas Re.Source becomes a rejuvenating escape amid vineyards, lavender fields, olive trees, and green oaks at the gates of the Cévennes.
— Scheduled to open in spring 2024 —
MOB Hotel Cannes, France
After the success in Saint-Ouen and Lyon, MOB opens its fourth establishment in Cannes, maintaining its tradition of avoiding city centers and opting for the outskirts, in Le Cannet (1 Avenue de Lyon, Cannes). The old residence has been meticulously restored to minimize waste and will offer 43 rooms and apartments where social and ecological values are prioritized. White thermal paint to prevent overheating in summer, a Biocoop store, Patagonia, a vast garden with a vegetable patch and pool, and a cellar preserving regional wines – the new hotel for cool and committed travelers on the Riviera.
— Opening in spring 2024 —