7 Hotels with Incredible Michelin-Starred Restaurants

It's as good a reason as any to book a trip

In an ideal world, every vacation would have it all: a luxurious hotel, fantastic meals and a destination that's on everyone's must-see list. With this full range of gourmet getaways curated by the experts at Kiwi Collection, that dream becomes a reality. Whether you're looking for a relaxing retreat or a full-on city adventure, they've put together a collection of hotels around the world with outstanding Michelin restaurants—because a food-fueled trip is the best kind there is.

① The Jefferson (Washington, D.C.)

Soak up the intellectual atmosphere of the nation's capital at this elegant urban oasis. Check out the Private Cellar, which is lined with 1,000 bottles of wine, dinner at the one-Michelin-starred Plume will make you a believer in the Thomas Jefferson quote atop the menu: "We never repent of having eaten too little."

② Meadowood (Napa Valley, California)

Every meal at this sprawling wine country hideaway is as local as it gets. The 2½-acre culinary garden means that ingredients for The Restaurant at Meadowood (which has an impressive three Michelin stars) are grown on the premises—and of course, the estate is practically surrounded by wine.

③ Castello del Nero (Tuscany, Italy)

Immerse yourself in the Italian Renaissance at this historic-yet-sophisticated 12th-century castle, which belonged to Florentine nobility. Look out over the countryside while you enjoy regional olive oil, grapes and vegetables at the incomparable La Torre.

④ Giardino Ascona (Ascona, Switzerland)

Outdoors-lovers will find delight in a vacation to this secluded destination, located on majestic Lake Maggiore. Dinner at the two-Michelin-starred Ecco Ascona is the ideal way to end a day of relaxing in the shadow of the Alps.

⑤ Belmond Copacabana Palace (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Keep your eyes out for a celebrity spotting at this famed beachside resort. Brunch is not to be missed at Pérgula, but for a Michelin experience, Rio's premier pan-Asian restaurant Mee is the way to go for more than 20 imported sakes, specialty sushi and more.

⑥ The Langham Hong Kong (Hong Kong, China)

Resplendent with chandeliers, eye-catching furniture and luxurious amenities, this hotel will have you feeling like royalty. You'll also find unparalleled dining T'ang Court, which is one of only five Cantonese restaurants with three Michelin stars.

⑦ Mandarin Oriental (Tokyo, Japan)

This sky-high resort boasts some of the most incredible views in the city, but the elevated spirit doesn't stop there. It also offers nine dining options, but the one-Michelin-starred Tapas Molecular Bar—which only seats eight diners per evening—is a two-hour experience of bite-sized delights that's sure to be the highlight of your trip.