The Hot List 2011: The world’s best new hotels

The Hot List 2011: The world’s best new hotels

London’s buzziest new hotel was a suitable location for last night’s party celebrating the launch of Conde Nast Traveller’s 2011 Hot List. The exclusive gathering was held in the W Lounge at the W Hotel in Leicester Square, and the house was packed with industry leaders keen to raise their glasses (generous G&Ts and champagne cocktails were the order of the evening) to celebrate the world’s best new hotels.

Covering 31 countries from Argentina to Russia, the 65 hotels that made the cut this year were selected after months of careful research, working with hundreds of suggestions that were sent in by the magazine’s correspondents around the world.

Ranging from impeccably-converted centuries-old properties to gleaming, edgy skyscrapers, the winning hotels offer guests a broad range of experiences. But from private cabins in the Australian bush, to the first boutique hotel in Buenos Aires, to the sheer glitz of the W London itself, all have one key thing in common: they’re clearly going to be the hottest places to stay in 2011.

Click to explore the Hot List 2011

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