Hotels and Resorts

Hotels and Resorts

Hotels and Resorts in asia

The Mandarin Oriental has been a fixture of Hong Kong social life since 1963.

The Plaza Athénée is a 374 room luxury high-rise hotel in downtown Bangkok, close to the city’s main shopping areas and the Skytrain.

Hangzhou’s loftiest hotel is some distance from the West Lake, but it more than makes up for its removed location with a chic sky-high design, elegant rooms styled with local motifs, and impressive dining.

The combination of French architecture, bearing the fine art in each interior detail, all create the luxury accommodation and outstanding service for Paris Boutique Hotel Sapa.

The Quincy offers all the trimmings of a design-driven boutique hotel and more — the all-inclusive tariff includes one-way limousine transfer, all three meals, evening cocktails, limited laundry, Wi-Fi access and snacks from a well-stocked minibar.

Rising out of a verdant valley, echoing the curves and waves of the surrounding fields and watery rice paddies, the Four Seasons Sayan bowls you over from the moment you cross its sky-bridge entranceway.

Located in Japan’s Setouchi Inland Sea on Naoshima - a fishing island increasingly renowned for its innovative art projects - Benesse House feels more like a gallery than hotel, with its minimal design, natural light and scattered contemporary artworks.

With a clutch of spectacular restaurants, gloriously OTT rooms and city views, this self-styled seven-star hotel aims to compete with the Burj Al Arabs of the world.

Couples will love this romantic chill-out getaway beach property, not far from the nightlife in Lamai, which offers spotless and well-appointed villas and rooms with a soft northern Thai touch around two pools.

Furnished in antique splendour, this romantic luxury hotel celebrates Penang’s history while offering one of the best locations in the city centre.

When the Kowloon Shangri-La opened in 1981, Tsim Sha Tsui East was an outpost requiring plenty of bling to lure in the five-star punters.

Whenever you travel to Sapa in the year, it is simple to find endless Sapa vacation ideas for any season. Here’re top things you can try when in Sapa.

Luxury hotels are shooting up in Shanghai quicker than bamboo and the classy low-key St. Regis is among the most inviting of the newcomers, with a tip-top location in downtown Jing An, elegant city view rooms, and excellent restaurants and leisure facilities.

The 41st-floor swimming pool here, surrounded by views of Shanghai’s skyscraper-saturated financial district, is perhaps worth the visit alone.