The 41st-floor swimming pool here, surrounded by views of Shanghai’s skyscraper-saturated financial district, is perhaps worth the visit alone.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sala Phuket is the laid-back antidote to Phuket's flashier southern resorts that sits pretty on the golden sands of Mai Khao beach. The smiling staff are tip top, while others highlights include a beachfront infinity pool, an exceptional restaurant and a soul-soothing spa.
Kiridara Luang Prabang is a top boutique hotel in Luang Prabang offering the best of Laotian service in an elegant setting. Contemporary styled rooms and suites sit among lush courtyards and expansive views. From afar, Kiridara appears as a Swiss chalet. The hotel’s buildings are situated around the center area in a V shape on the steep hillside.
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.
It doesn’t get much for idyllic than the stylish Dedon Island resort on Siargao Island in the southern Philippines. Where is it? On Siargao Island in...
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.