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The original building of this hotel dates from 1886 and has been restored to reflect the glamour of that era with four-poster beds and fine white linen. Famous guests have included the accomplished novelist, Somerset Maugham, and Noel Coward. This has led current owners to create the “Author’s Lounge” – ...
This hotel uses innovative design to create a luxurious and peaceful space despite the din of downtown Bangkok. The “extra radiance rooms” let in oceans of natural light while keeping your privacy. The full spectrum suits have showers in the middle of the rooms while other quirks of the design ...
Cambodia has some tropical islands scattered off the coast in the Indian Ocean. They remain largely undeveloped – a rarity in South East Asia. Song Saa is one of the first luxury resorts to take one of these islands as its home. It is run in partnership with the local ...
Located near amazing Malay sites such as the Blue Mosque, I-City, and Bukit Cahaya Sri Alam Agricultural Park, Hotel de Art is a hip place to stay in Malaysia. An independent hotel that takes influence from the art hotels of Europe, Hotel de Art has 58 rooms each decorated in ...
These days tourists are looking for a more “authentic” experience. To cater to such types, entrepreneurs are setting up boutique hotels in the grungier and less well-known areas of famous cities. Take the Wanderlust Hotel for instance. It’s located in a converted schoolhouse in Singapore’s Little India district: a hodge-podge ...
Set on the mighty Mekong River in the hills of Thailand, you can see Myanmar and Laos from your balcony laying on your day bed. The incredible Golden Triangle location is steeped in history and natural beauty. There are landscaped gardens and your room features oversized terrazzo bathtubs, Thai textiles, ...
The Mekong River is the 12th longest river in the world. It begins in Tibet and flows through six countries all the way to the sea. In the section that flows through Laos, barges have long been used on the river as the main source of transportation for traders and ...
From the people that brought you the ‘One Hotel Angkor’- the ‘Be’ hotel is another trendy place for you to consider. It offers you not rooms, but a choice of three ‘design experiences’ (not my words). And to be fair, the interior design is spankingly original, as you can see ...
Architectural outlier and presidential daughter, Dang Viet Nga built this unique structure entirely from personal and private funds. Not only that, but the local municipal government fought her every step of the way. But she didn’t give up. She pushed on to realize her dream - a bizarre and passionate ...
It’s called the New Majestic Hotel so no-one forgets that it’s new and majestic. But that would be hard to do given that the lobby has a copper ceiling, white-washed walls, and vintage fans. As is usual for modern design hotels, local artists have been allowed to splurge their creative ...
You’ve got business class, world traveler class, first-class, premium class; well this must be called super awesome class. Yes, in fact, that is what I’m calling it from now on. So take a ride in Singapore Airline’s new ‘Super Awesome Class’. * Let’s start with your leather armchair, it is ...
You won't want to go off the deep end of Marina Bay Sands’ infinity pool – it is 57 stories up. This is just one of the hundreds of features guests of the world's most expensive hotel can enjoy. Yes, it cost a cool $6.2 billion to build. The infinity ...
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No, this isn’t where Neo stays in The Matrix. This is a hotel designed to be used by one person or one couple at a time. Not only do you have the only room to yourself, but the lobby, the restaurant, the terrace, the hot tub are all your private ...