Two gorgeous U.S. resorts join this renowned group of hotels and restaurants

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  • Published on March 7, 2023
  • Last Updated May 15, 2023
  • In Culture

Eight new properties have been revealed by Relais & Châteaux, including a stunning resort in Sedona, AZ, and a hotel in Oregon's Willamette Valley.

The luxury hotel and restaurant group Relais & Châteaux has announced that eight new properties will join its portfolio in 2023, including two in the United States.

The organization revealed on Wednesday that it is expanding its portfolio of approximately 580 properties by adding a spa, a boutique property, four hotels, and two restaurants. Among the new additions are the modern Noborioji Hotel Nara in Japan, the historic Gran Hotel Mas d’en Bruno in Catalonia, Spain, the exclusive Helguera Palacio Boutique & Antique in Spain, and the beachfront Pepe Vieira Restaurant & Hotel in Spain, which boasts a Michelin-starred restaurant. Also included are restaurant La Merise, a Michelin two-star establishment in France’s Vosges National Park, and the Zilte, a chic eatery that recently opened on the ninth floor of Antwerp’s Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgium.

Located in Sedona, Arizona’s Boynton Canyon, the spa resort Mii Amo features just 23 cozy casitas. To pay homage to the resort’s natural setting, each casita is furnished in muted tones and luxurious bedding.

Travelers interested in “the journey,” a multi-night, all-inclusive stay at Mii Amo, can choose from packages that include three, four, seven, or ten nights. Each guest is assigned a personal Journey Guide who works with them to design a personalized itinerary during their stay. This can include anything from daily spa visits and dinner at the resort’s Hummingbird restaurant, to attendance at private lectures and participation in organized group excursions.

The Tributary Hotel, a posh inn in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, has also become a member of the Relais & Châteaux family. The suites, which are situated in a building that is over a century old, are all luxuriously appointed. Some of the suites even have private terraces and marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs.

The highlight of a stay here, according to Travel + Leisure, is the opportunity to dine at ōkta, chef Matthew Lightner’s three-hour, immersive restaurant serving dishes influenced by the flavors of the Pacific Northwest. In addition, guests at the Tributary Hotel are treated to a complimentary seasonal breakfast delivered straight to their room, courtesy of the ōkta kitchen and farm.

Visit www.relaischateaux.com to learn more about Relais & Châteaux, their portfolio, and the eight newest members.

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