Conde Nast Traveller's hottest new places to stay in 2019 revealed

Mail Online | 4/16/2019 | Jennifer Newton for MailOnline
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Out with the old, in with the new - and the new that's 'in'.

Conde Nast Traveller has revealed its 2019 Hot List of the best new places to stay from around the world - and it's not hard to see why they made the list. We're talking jaws on the floor ahoy.

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Scroll down to see MailOnline Travel's 10 favourite hotels from the 66 that make the cut.

Capella Ubud, Bali

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Located on a 10-acre patch of jungle in the Indonesian city of Bali, Capella Ubud has been created to look like a tented camp pitched by early 19th-century spice traders.

Guests must make their way over suspension bridges to its 22 canvas tents, which each have saltwater plunge pools.

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The judges said: 'It's ideal for those looking to approach Bali in a more conscious way – staying here is like returning to the island's former wild self.'

The Bulgari Hotel in Shanghai soars 48 storeys into the skyline and houses 82 rooms including the ornate Bulgari suite - said to be the largest in the city.

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It made the list because the judges were impressed with its sleek and shiny mirror-like interiors.

They said: 'It is an immaculately choreographed tussle between Italian and Chinese design cues, enacted in marble and bronze versus silk and lacquer.'

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An island hotel on the relatively undeveloped Raa Atoll, Joali combines a Maldivian vibe with a Mediterranean feel.

It has 49 over-water and 24 beach villas that come with palm roofs and rose-gold taps that resemble giant pebbles.

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Conde Nast Traveller wrote: 'Every last detail is simple and delicious, down to the coconut croissants. And there's been no scrimping when it comes to design.'

The University Arms in Cambridge is a turreted Victorian pile that has been transformed into a 192-room hotel.

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Among the hotel's highlights, according to the judges, are its contemporary British restaurant...
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