Hoi An Silk Marina Resort & Spa is a 4 star luxurious international Resort & Spa that features contemporary design, using Vietnamese craftsmanship and décor combined with family- friend leisure facilities and a spa offering Vietnamese traditional and innovative therapies and body treatment.
This modern ultimate all-inclusive resort offers guests a truly luxurious standard of accommodation and top of the range amenities. Water sports enthusiasts will be...
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.
Surrounded by 400-acres of nature reserve and boasting a two-mile velvet sand beach, Rasa Ria is a grand and luxurious resort on the edge of Borneo’s tropical wilderness.
This was one of the first proper five-star resort hotels to open on the shores of Inle Lake, and is in one of the best locations for exploring it.
At the heart of Phnom Penh historic district, Plantation Urban Resort & Spa brings the oasis feel in tune with this vibrant, rapidly growing Asian city. Plantation's half hectare of lush tropical gardens and pools have been carefully designed around the original 1930’s French administrative villa.
Set within lush landscaped gardens with romantic views of terraced rice paddies, lakes and lily ponds, the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is a magical bolthole best suited for honeymoon couples and guests looking to escape.
Contemporary urban design and an intimate boutique ambience set a chic tone at the Andaz Tokyo – an addition to Hyatt’s design-led group – which is in the revitalised Toranomon district.
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.
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.