For traveling foodies, the finest cuisine could be found right inside your hotel.
From Asia to Europe, some of the most luxurious hotels and resorts in the world feature high end, Michelin-starred restaurants.
Experience fine dining without having to leave the comfort of your accommodation with these top rated menus.
Côte By Mauro Colagreco at Capella, Bangkok, Thailand
Mauro Colagreco was the first ever non-French chef to earn three Michelin stars in France while working at Mirazur. Bringing his impressive expertise to Asia, Colagreco fuses French tastes and textures with traditional Thai ingredients.
Côte, his restaurant at Capella Bangkok, lets guests choose between à la carte dining or a seven or nine-course tasting menu.
Tapas Molecular Bar at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, Japan
Molecular cuisine is all about deconstructing familiar dishes, allowing chefs to explore new culinary possibilities. The exclusive Tapas Molecular Bar at Mandarin Oriental only seats eight diners at once.
Chef Kento Ushikubo then takes guests on a culinary world tour. Having majored in art, the Chef de Cuisine presents “an art gallery of dishes that stimulates the five senses and the imagination.”
Il Ristorante Niko Romito at Bulgari Resort, Dubai, UAE
Italian chef Niko Romito was one of the big winners in the first Dubai Michelin Awards. His restaurant, Il Ristorante, was then awarded two Michelin stars. Offering creative takes on classic Italian dishes, Romito interprets the exquisite flavors of Italy with modern simplicity.
Though he currently works from his three-star restaurant in his home country, Romito has personally trained resident chef Giacomo Amicucci who takes the same approach as him.
SingleThread, California, USA
Restaurant-inn SingleThread is located in the small town of Healdsburg in the heart of Sonoma wine country. Run by Kyle and Katina Connaughton, the pair has held three Michelin stars for their cuisine since 2021.
The Connaughtons produce their own ingredients at their sustainable farm just seven miles away. The menu changes every week but you can be assured that their dishes will always be elegant, fresh, and picture-perfect.
Plénitude at Cheval Blanc, Paris, France
The luxurious Cheval Blanc in Paris is also home to gastronomic restaurant Plénitude by chef Arnaud Donckele. In an impressive feat, the restaurant was awarded three Michelin stars just six months after opening.
Donckele’s dishes are defined by his sublime sauces, the backbone of French cuisine. To get a taste of this fine cuisine, you may have to book your table months in advance.
Marchal at Hotel d’Angleterre, Copenhagen, Denmark
Dating back to 1755, Hotel d’Angleterre began as a restaurant owned by Jean Marchal and Maria Coppy. From a humble inn to a 92-room structure, staying at this hotel is a historical experience.
Today, executive chef Jakob de Neergaard fuses French touches with modern Nordic cuisine. With one Michelin star, Marchal strives to make the d’Angleterre dining experience appealing to all of the senses.
Banner image via Instagram @bulgarihotels.