Fodor's Travel Revives "Fodor's Finest" List of The 100 Most Incredible Hotels in the World

Fodor's Travel Revives "Fodor's Finest" List of The 100 Most Incredible Hotels in the World

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Emphasis on variety of properties and affordable options differentiates Fodor’s Finest from other “best hotel” lists

NEW YORK, Dec. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Fodor’s Travel, the leading name in travel recommendations for over 80 years, has revived Fodor’s Finest: The 100 Most Incredible Hotels in the World, its definitive list of the best hotels in the world.

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Reemerging after a four-year hiatus, the exclusive list differs from other “best hotel” lists by consisting entirely of Fodor’s Travel editors’ and hotel writers’ personal picks, and featuring a wide range of hotel properties – not only high-priced or trendy locations. Editors made a particularly special effort to consider affordability when compiling the list.

“Travelers increasingly seek unique, memorable experiences when traveling – and that includes the hotels they choose to stay in,” said Jeremy Tarr, Editorial Director of “The 100 properties on this list are certainly some of the best hotels in the world – but they’re also some of the dreamiest, most swoon-worthy, and sometimes, most unusual this world has to offer. Ultimately, each and every one is entirely glorious and utterly memorable.”

The Fodor’s Finest list divides the hotels it showcases into 10 geographic categories:

  • The Best Hotels in the USA
  • The Best Hotels in Europe
  • The Best Hotels in Asia
  • The Best Hotels in the Caribbean
  • The Best Hotels in Mexico and Central America
  • The Best Hotels in South America
  • The Best Hotels in Africa
  • The Best Hotels in the Middle East
  • The Best Hotels in Australia and the Pacific
  • The Best Hotels in Canada

View the entire Fodor’s Finest List of of The 100 Most Incredible Hotels in the World at

The revival of the Fodor’s Finest hotels list comes on the heels of last month’s release of the 2019 Fodor’s Travel Go List and No List, which together provide comprehensive expert travel guidance for 2019, highlighting can’t-miss travel destinations that should be on every traveler’s radar while identifying places to skip in the upcoming year. More information on the Fodor’s Go and No lists can be found at–no-lists-highlight-the-weird-wonderful–and-worrying-300749867.html.

About Fodor’s Travel
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