What are Tracy Anderson’s favorite hotels?
I love to find a good boutique hotel. I love The Goring hotel in London — it’s so tiny and so well done. The cream of chicken soup is beyond amazing. It’s like, if I go to a big city, I don’t love to stay at say Claridge’s in London or something. You can’t just go in and out without a big spectacle. But I love the Mandarin Oriental in Prague. If I can find a great boutique hotel then that’s wonderful, but some of these larger hotel chains have done an amazing job in some of these cities. The Four Seasons in Budapest has stained-glass windows, the architecture of it just isn’t like any Four Seasons that you’d ever find in the States.
I do love a totally white bed when I go to any hotel, and you know you’re going to get that at a Four Seasons or Ritz-Carlton. But Mandarin Oriental, Prague is absolutely amazing. I love the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora and all the little huts — the way that they did it there is really amazing.
I’ve been to the Soneva Fushi resort in the Maldives twice. Their mission is to make everything so green — they’re very passionate about it. From the spa to the room to the food — it’s all done so well. It’s an amazing resort. The whole entire hotel company is amazing.
I do love The Greenwich Hotel in New York City, too. I have to say, that is one of my favorite hotels. I stay there a lot.