Out with the old, with the new – and the new that & # 39; in & # 39; is.
Conde Nast Traveler has unveiled its 2019 Hot List of the best new places to stay from around the world – and it's hard to see why they're on the list. We are talking about jaws on the ground ahoy.
Scroll down to view the 10 favorite hotels of MailOnline Travel from the 66 that make the cut.
Capella Ubud, Bali
Capella Ubud, depicted on the Indonesian island of Bali, was made to look like a tent camp thrown by herbalists from the early 19th century
One of the rooms in a tent in Capella Ubud. Guests must walk across suspension bridges to reach their rooms
The judges of Conde Nast Traveler were impressed by the resort and said that staying there is like returning to & # 39; the former I wanted from the island & # 39;
Capella Ubud is located on a 10-hectare piece of jungle in the Indonesian city of Bali. It has been created to look like a tented camp set up by herbalists from the early 19th century.
Guests must find their way across suspension bridges to the 22 canvas tents, each with a saltwater plunge pool.
The judges said: & # 39; It is ideal for those who want to come to Bali in a more conscious way – staying here is like returning to the former wild island of the island. & # 39;
Bulgari Hotel, Shanghai
One of the 82 rooms at the Bulgari Hotel in Shanghai, which is located on more than 42 floors
The hotel's restaurant has large windows so that customers can optimally enjoy the view of the Shanghai skyline
The jury members of Conde Nast were impressed by the interior of the hotel and the combination of Italian and Chinese design. Pictured is the hotel whiskey bar
The Bulgari Hotel in Shanghai rises by 48 floors in the skyline and houses 82 rooms, including the ornate Bulgari suite – allegedly the largest in the city.
It made the list because the jury members were impressed by the sleek and glossy mirror-like interior.
They said: & # 39; It is an impeccably choreographed struggle between Italian and Chinese design elements, executed in marble and bronze versus silk and lacquer. & # 39;
Joali, pictured, is an island hotel on the relatively undeveloped Raa Atoll in the Maldives
The Joali resort has a mix of both villas on the water and on the beach. Pictured is one of the 49 over-water villas
According to the judges, the hotel combines a Maldivian atmosphere with a Mediterranean touch and adds that & # 39; there is no scrimping when it comes to design & # 39;
Joali is an island hotel on the relatively undeveloped Raa Atoll and combines a Maldivian atmosphere with a Mediterranean touch.
It has 49 over the water and 24 beach villas with palm roofs and rose-gold faucets that resemble giant pebbles.
Conde Nast Traveler wrote: & # 39; Every detail is simple and delicious, down to the coconut croissants. And there is no scrimping when it comes to design. & # 39;
University Arms, Cambridge
The University Arms in Cambridge is housed in a former Victorian pile and is now a hotel with 192 rooms
One of the spacious rooms at the University Arms. Conde Nast Traveler notes: & # 39; Cambridge has been the most knowledgeable city in the country since 1209. Only 800 years later it has a hotel to match & # 39;
One of the elegant bathrooms in the hotel. Another highlight is the modern British restaurant, called Parker's & # 39; s Tavern
The University Arms in Cambridge is a Victorian pile of turrets that has been transformed into a hotel with 192 rooms.
According to the judges, the highlights of the hotel include the modern British restaurant, called Parker & # 39; s Tavern and the velvet-covered bar.
Conde Nast Traveler said: & # 39; Cambridge has been the most knowledgeable city in the country since about 1209. Only 800 years later does it have a hotel that fits together. & # 39;
Hotel Joaquin, California
An outdoor shot of Hotel Joaquin, located on Laguna Beach in California. It has been described as a cross between a bungalow, a motor cabin and a beach house
The judges were impressed by the boutique feel of the hotel – something they said was missing in that part of the California coast
The area around the pool where guests can relax. Much of the furniture in the hotel is vintage and some are even picked up at flea markets
Located on Laguna Beach in California, Hotel Joaquin is described as a cross between a bungalow, a motor cabin and a beach house.
Designer Robert McKinley grabbed vintage chairs and oil paintings at flea markets in Normandy and tore down ceiling panels to leave trusses in exposed rooms.
The jury members were impressed and explained: & # 39; Finally the boutique scene landed on this hyper-developed piece of classic California coast. & # 39;
Shinta Mani Wild, Cambodia
One of the tent rooms at the Shinta Mani Wild resort in Cambodia, described as one of the hottest new openings in Asia
Guests can arrive at the resort by zip-lining in if they wish. It only has 15 rooms in total
The resort is located halfway between Phnom Penh and the south coast of Cambodia
Halfway between Phnom Penh and the south coast of Cambodia, the Shinta Mani Wild has been described as one of the most popular openings in Asia this year.
Guests can arrive with a zip line, which places them next to a waterfall, and it has 15 rooms with tents, some with bathtubs on the river on a river deck.
Conde Nast Traveler commented: & # 39; Suddenly there is a very big reason to stay in Cambodia after seeing the temples in Angkor. & # 39;
Hotel Peter & Paul, New Orleans
The exterior of Hotel Peter & Paul in New Orleans. The building used to be a Catholic church from the 19th century
The jury members were impressed by the clear and airy color scheme of the hotel
The judges noticed the smell of gardenia & # 39; s in the foyer. The interior design comes with thanks to Ash NYC
Hotel Peter & Paul is a former 19th-century Catholic church in New Orleans and has been revived by the Ash NYC design team.
The jury members were impressed by the light and airy color scheme of the hotel, with a canary-yellow reception desk and a foyer that smells of gardenia & # 39; s.
They said: & Of all the boutique hotels that have landed here in recent years, no one can enter the bones of the city like this. & # 39;
EPI 1959, St Tropez
One of the whitewashed cabins where guests stay at the recently reopened Epi 1959 in St Tropez
Conde Nast Traveler describes the hotel as cute, cozy and charming. The cabins are filled with old photos and vintage furniture
Hidden behind the sand dunes of St Tropez, Epi was first opened in 1959 in the late 1950s and was a popular destination before it came into the spotlight.
It reopened last year and features 10 whitewashed cabins that are filled with old photos and vintage furniture.
Conde Nast Traveler said: & # 39; It's cute, cozy, charming, and understated … it's the antithesis of St. Tropez loud money. & # 39;
Can Bordoy, Mallorca
Can Bordoy is located in the capital of Majorca, Palma, in what was once a school run by nuns. Depicted is the beautiful swimming pool of the hotel
The judges of Conde Nast Traveler say that the boutique hotel is the & # 39; true heart & # 39; of the medieval history of Palma
Can Bordoy, in the capital of Mallorca, Palma, is a private family home and a school run by nuns.
Now it is a beautiful boutique hotel with a shaded courtyard, a long stone bar and a living room with beautiful creeping vines over the ceiling that connects to a dining room and library with a view to the rear.
The judges said: & # 39; Among the shattered range of boutiques in medieval Palma, Can Bordoy captures the true heart of the place in a way worthy of the moment. & # 39;
Lon Retreat, Victoria
One of the seven rooms in the Lon Retreat in Victoria, one of the three Australian houses to make the hot list
The Lon Retreat is a family run hotel on 200 lush acres on the Bellarine peninsula near Melbourne
Conde Nast Traveler notes that each room is filled with & # 39; terrestrial interiors inspired by the surrounding landscape & # 39;
The Lon Retreat is a family run hotel on 200 lush acres on the Bellarine peninsula near Melbourne.
It has only seven rooms, but Conde Nast Traveler notes that each is filled with & # 39; terrestrial interiors inspired by the surrounding landscape & # 39 ;.
The judges added: & # 39; Lon is a place to do everything, including walking without a map or nothing at all: stargazing in the ink-black southern sky or watching the clouds drift by. & # 39;
BONANZA BUCKET LIST: THE HOTELS AT THE HOT LIST 201 OF CONDE NAST TRAVELER
Belmond Cadogan Hotel, London, UK
Bankside Hotel, London, UK
University Arms, Cambridge, UK
The Fife Arms, Scotland, UK
Heckfield Place, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Hotel Vilon, Rome, ITALY
Casa Iris, Orbetello, ITALY
Brach, Paris, FRANCE
Epi 1959, St Tropez, FRANCE
Hotel Lutetia, Paris, FRANCE
Le Barn, Bonnelles, FRANCE
Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa, Champillon, FRANCE
Little Beach House, Barcelona, SPAIN
Can Bordoy, Mallorca, SPAIN
Casa Caminada, Furstenau, SWITZERLAND
Experimental Chalet, Verbier, SWITZERLAND
Stamba Hotel, Tbilisi, GEORGIA
St George, Helsinki, FINLAND
Sands Hotel, California, USA.
Kimpton La Peer, Los Angeles, United States
The Hoxton, New York, USA.
Blackberry Mountain, Tennessee, USA.
Caldera House, Wyoming, United States
Perry Lane Hotel, Savannah, United States
Hotel Joaquin, California, USA.
Nomad Los Angeles, USA.
Shinola Hotel, Detroit, United States
Hotel Peter and Paul, New Orleans, United States
El Rey Court, Santa Fe, United States
Palihotel Culver City, Los Angeles, United States
The Inn at Kenmore Hall, Massachusetts, United States
De Freehand, New York, USA.
Eaton Workshop, Washington D.C., USA.
The Line, Austin, USA.
Hotel Amparo, San Miguel de Allende, MEXICO
Casa Pueblo, Tulum, MEXICO
Punta Caliza, Isla Holbox, MEXICO
Assembly, Los Cabos, MEXICO
Chable Maroma, Mayakoba, MEXICO
Manapany, ST BARTH & # 39; S
Rosewood Baha Mar, BAHAMAS
Belmond Cap Juluca, ANGUILLA
Casa Legado, Bogota, COLOMBIA
Islas Secas, PANAMA
& Beyond Tengile River Lodge, SOUTH AFRICA
Oomanda, Khomas, NAMIBIA
Shipwreck Lodge, NAMIBIA
Zuri Zanzibar Hotel & Resort, ZANZIBAR
The Jaffa, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL
Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Lux North Male Atoll, MALDIVEN
Kudadoo Maldives Private Island, MALDIVEN
Soho House Mumbai, INDIA
Capella Ubud, Bali, INDONESIA
Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali, INDONESIA
Bulgari Hotel, Shanghai, CHINA
Six Senses Maxwell, SINGAPORE
Shinta Mani Wild, CAMBODIA
Rosewood Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA
Wa Ale Island, BURMA
The Datai Langkawi, MALAYSIA
Spirit Sanctuary, Paro, BHUTAN
The Calile, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
United Places Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Lon Retreat, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
Source: Conde Nast Traveler