Discover and dream your way through our selection of stunning unusual and exciting hotels in locations all over the world revealed in High Definition.
Southeast Asia Hotels
Hôtel des Arts  
Saigon
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Are you looking for luxurious but equally unique accommodation in the bustling center of Ho Chi Minh City? Then look no further. This unique boutique hotel is a mix of European colonial and contemporary Vietnamese styles. If you visit Ho Chi Minh City, you can travel back in time to …
Accommodation types: Luxury
TreeHouse  
Villas
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The picturesque tropical island, Ko Yao Noi, sits in the Andaman Sea, halfway between Phuket and Krabi. It's famous for its white sandy shores, mangrove trees, rubber plantations, and cute little fishing villages dotted with long-tail boats. The spectacular TreeHouse Villas is a beachfront resort surrounded by a lush jungle …
Accommodation types: Island   Luxury   Nature
Phum Baitang  
Zannier Hotels
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Zannier Hotels Phum Baitang sits at the edge of Cambodia's world-famous UNESCO World Heritage Site Angkor Wat. Phum Baitang translates as the "green garden", and it's easy to see why. Its garden with lemongrass and rice paddy fields stretches on a 20-acres land surrounded by lush jungles. What sets Phum …
Accommodation types: Luxury   Nature
Muang La  
Lodge
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Laos is a backpackers' favorite for its untouched beauty and cheerful people. Muang La, a rural village in the North, is everything we love about this country. It's a good 5-hour drive from Luang Prabang, one of the most remote spots you can imagine. Yet, Northern Laos' pristine beauty and …
Accommodation types: Nature   Remote
The River Resort  
Champasak
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The River Resort lies on the serene banks of the Mekong in Southern Laos, in the town of Champasak. It's the gateway to Wat Phu, an 11th-century Khmer temple complex with carvings of Hindu deities. Apart from the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Champasak is also home to an endangered freshwater …
Accommodation types: Nature
Meliá  
Koh Samui
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Melia Koh Samui sits right alongside the beautiful white sand beach of Choeng Mon. This is the famous hotel brand's first entry into Thailand. Naturally, you can expect their full spectrum of amenities, but the real sensation is the boat-shaped suites. They took traditional teak barges (hundred-year-old wooden Thai-Chinese boats) …
Accommodation types: Beach   Boat
137 Pillars Suites  
Bangkok
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High above the bustling streets of Bangkok, this boutique hotel tower is the ultimate luxury getaway. 137 Pillars Suites Bangkok is a 135 meter (443 feet) tall skyscraper designed by the iconic Palmer & Turner architects famous for their hallmark buildings in Hong Kong. This boutique hotel occupies the uppermost …
Accommodation types: Design   Luxury   Skyscraper
Dolce Hanoi  
Golden Lake
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This mesmerizingly bright building covered in 24 k gold is located in central Hanoi by the Giang Vo Lake. The glitter continues as you step inside the tower. Shiny marble surfaces reflect the hand-crafter golden doors, wall decorations, and ceilings. Luckily, the hotel's 342 guestrooms are surprisingly affordable. The luxurious …
Accommodation types: Luxury   Tower
137 Pillars House  
Chiang Mai
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If you are looking to explore the culture of Thailand, forget about Bangkok and the beach destinations. Instead, come to Chiang Mai, one of the best cities in Asia, where the country's finest food, nature spots, and activities are. The former 19-century headquarters of the British Borneo Company was turned …
Accommodation types: Luxury
Our Jungle  
House
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Set at the edge of the Khao Sok National Park, famous for its dense virgin forests, Our Jungle House spreads across 25 acres of privately owned rainforest. This unique location is decorated with beautiful limestone hills and a jungle river. There are twelve treehouses and ten bungalows on wooden platforms …
Accommodation types: Jungle   Nature   Treehouse
Four Seasons Tented Camp  
Golden Triangle
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Located in the very heart of the Golden Triangle, where the Ruak and Mekong Rivers meet, the Tented Camp overlooks three countries; Laos, Burma, and Thailand. This tropical jungle paradise can only be reached by a boat ride on the Ruak River. The Four Seasons Tented Camp is surrounded by …
Accommodation types: Jungle   Luxury   Nature   Tent
The Inside  
House
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The brand new Inside House hotel is located in the downtown of Chiang Mai. It's built in the Lanna Colonial style with fantastic attention to detail on its magnificent white facade. From the moment you enter, you will be amazed by the high-arched, carved wooden details. An ancient sacred Bodhi …
Accommodation types: Luxury
The Library  
Koh Samui
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One of Thailand's trendiest hotels has an explicit fondness towards books and bold contemporary design. The Library has a beachfront location on the country's second-largest island. Koh Samui is known for its palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves, and lush, mountainous rainforests. The hotel's buildings are structured just like a book. The …
Accommodation types: Beach   Design   Luxury
X2 Chiang Mai  
Riverside Resort
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Situated along the majestic banks of the Ping River, this boutique hotel combines traditional architectural elements of the Lanna Kingdom with modern design. The exterior consists of layered red bricks contrasting the crispy green color of the plants. The courtyard's impressive Tamarind trees are over 120-year-old. The 5-story resort feature's …
Accommodation types: Design
KINN Capsule  
Hotel
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The elegant and minimalist KINN Capsule Hotel is located in the heart of Singapore. It follows the Japanese design language of MUJI, also known as "no-brand quality goods." It was influenced by the Japanese Zen philosophy, focusing on simplicity and the essence of well-being. The interior design is vivid reminiscent …
Accommodation types: Capsule   Design   Hostel
Wa Ale  
Resort
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Off the beaten path, Wa Ale Resort is hidden in the southern tip of Myanmar on an archipelago of the Andaman Sea. The remote location is part of the Lampi Marine National Park, and it's only accessible by a 1 hour, 40 minutes long speed boat ride. However, first, you …
Accommodation types: Beach   Island   Luxury   Nature
Amansara  
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Located in Cambodia, this luxury resort is housed in King Sihanouk’s former guest residence in 1962. Rooms at the Amansara are open and spacious, letting in plenty of light through floor-to-ceiling glass doors; it’s not surprising that this has been a longtime destination for the world-famous. Dark wood furniture and …
Accommodation types: Luxury
Oasia Hotel  
Downtown
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Oasia Hotel Downtown Singapore is one of those unmissable buildings that you can’t walk past without turning your head. After all, it’s not every day that you see a skyscraper exploding with tropical plants. And there’s more to wow you at this hotel than just the exteriors: it has two …
Accommodation types: Luxury   Skyscraper
Sekeping  
Kong Heng
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Sekeping Kong Heng is a boutique hotel located in Ipoh, an old British colonial town with a slow pace of life near to some fabulous hiking trails. The three-story building was originally a home for actors who performed in an adjacent theatre that burnt down in the 1950s. Sekeping Kong …
Accommodation types: Industrial
Sekeping  
Victoria
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Sekeping Victoria (Ruins of Victoria) is located in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Georgetown, Penang, a constituent island off the coast of Malaysia. The island was a colonial hub for trade in spices, tobacco, and betel nut for much of the 19th Century. Remnants of the old town center …
Accommodation types: Hostel   Industrial