Pandemic regulations mean British residents will be looking at potential staycations rather than travelling the globe.
Here are five of the finest luxury hotels the Island has to offer.
Haven Hall Hotel, Shanklin
Located on Shanklin’s cliff top, Haven Hall Hotel offers stunning views of the sea, cliffs and the bay.
Situated within two acres of land, this boutique hotel offers 14 en-suite bedrooms, half of which have living rooms and kitchen attached.
The two acre garden includes a lawn tennis court and a swimming pool, while the hotel also includes a helipad and electric vehicle charging stations which are complimentary for guests.
The Royal Hotel, Ventnor
This grand hotel with formal gardens – built in 1832 – is a four-minute walk from Ventnor Esplanade and beach, and 15 minutes on foot to the Ventnor Botanic Gardens.
Sophisticated rooms feature flat-screen TVs with many overlooking the gardens. Upgraded rooms have ocean views and family rooms include baby monitors.
The heated outdoor pool is one of numerous contemporary touches for this 189-year-old building. Dining options include a high-end restaurant and a more casual bar and terrace.
Lakeside Park Hotel, Wootton
This purpose built four-star property is set in 37 acres of outstanding natural beauty and incorporates a glorious 20-acre lake.
One of the most aesthetically appealing entries on the list, Lakeside’s spa and leisure facilities include a stylish brasserie.
In addition, cycle tracks and nature walks through 17 acres of woodland can be enjoyed directly from the hotel.
Arreton Manor Bed and Breakfast
Located just over a mile from Robin Hill park, this refined bed-and-breakfast is set in a Jacobean manor house.
Arreton Manor’s history is traced to the ninth century time of King Alfred the Great and his parents.
Friendly hosting, spacious rooms and the unbridled historic location combine to make this a captivating accommodation.
North House, Cowes
North House is a Grade II listed townhouse situated in the heart of Cowes old town.
The coastal retreat includes fourteen rooms, some with captivating sea views.
Guests have access to a restaurant, bar, library, garden and swimming pool.
The Island has many more luxury hotels to choose from. Which ones are your favourite? Let us know in the comments below.