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The World's Ten Most-Loved Hotels

There was a return to the classics for this year's Condé Nast Traveller Readers' Choice Awards.

In a year when travel was highly restricted, the annual Condé Nast Traveller Readers' Choice Awards saw a return to the classics with hotels that brought comfort and stayed with travellers, long after they left. 

The following hotels are those that can endure the test of time and the vicissitudes of circumstance. For the full Readers' Choice Awards 2020 list published in full, click here. 

10. W Bogota — Bogotá, Colombia

Colombia has been rising through the ranks in terms of destinations in the past decade—and you can always trust W Hotels to walk shoulder-to-shoulder with the hottest trends. Opened in late 2014, W Bogota is situated right in the heart of the capital city's upscale Usaquen neighborhood, putting guests right next to embassies, restaurants, and boutiques. You can expect colorful, modern decor in all 168 guest rooms—especially in the Extreme Wow Suite, which includes a king-size bed with floral canopy, an avant-garde (and purple!) circular sofa, and 180-degree views of the city's skyline. Grab brunch or dinner at the Martin Kitchen before kicking back with a drink and live music at the W Lounge. Then it's back to your room to detox before repeating it all the next day.

9. Raffles Istanbul — Istanbul, Turkey