5 best luxury hotels in Singapore comprise a whole host of famous, internationally renowned names, as well as a few you may not instantly...
The reigning queen of Bali, and a key player globally when it comes to destination spas. Few places do it better. The setting is knockout, the yoga top-notch and the fitness classes double as glorious sightseeing tours, incorporating cycle rides through the paddy fields and treks up smoking volcanoes.
Nihiwatu is wellknown as the world's best hotel in 2016 with the excellent service and incredible views with pristine beaches, quiet forests and traditional villages. The resorts is located in the Sumba island, a small and exclusive island hideaway in remote eastern Indonesia.
The luxurious Melia Hanoi is located right in the city center of Hanoi, inside the diplomatic and financial district and close to main tourist attractions, entertainment and shopping areas: Most ministries and embassies are located within 1 km distance.
Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur is a luxury hotel that is located between the flowering gardens of the City Centre Park and the dramatic heights of the Petronas Twin Towers. The hotel offers the perfect combination of comfort and luxury with the elegant interiors features all dark marble and warm golds, and the service and facilities are excellent: breezy rooftop deck, outdoor pool, tennis courts, golf simulators and a wonderful new spa.
One of The Maldives more remote properties, Six Senses Laamu requires a bit of extra effort to reach.
The brains behind Finolhu threw out the Maldives rule book when they created this fresh, funky resort.
Hoshino Resorts’ first property outside Japan blends together influences of its homeland with a Balinese edge, creating an elegant, tranquil hillside retreat that holds its own among stiff competition in Ubud’s luxury retreat scene.
Part of Starwood’s Luxury Collection hotels, the Suiran is an intimate 39-room property located on the banks of the Katsuma River, in western Kyoto.
Housed in a mega retail, office, hotel and residential complex, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, formerly known as The South Beach, offers 634 rooms and suites in a pair of shimmering glass and steel towers, with architecture by Foster + Partners as well as Aedas, and interior design by Philippe Starck.