Exceptional hotels in Asia

The world’s greatest designers compete in inventiveness to offer ever crazier experiences across the Asian continent. Discover rare hotels in idyllic places. It is the opportunity to offer you a charming and luxurious break during your trip. A few days to live a waking dream!

Alila Fort Bishangarh (Jaipur, India)

An ancient fortress that dominates the sumptuous landscapes of Rajasthan…

The hotel may be three years behind schedule, but it’s one of the most awaited establishments in the world. The fort has more than 230 years of history and legends since its construction on top of a granite hill facing the splendid rural landscape of Rajasthan.

The fortress and its stone turrets have been kept intact! A new structure has been added to this extraordinary establishment with 59 suites.

The library is nestled in the middle of old marble pillars while the spa is housed in the old keep carved in granite rock. The village of Bishangarh is an hour’s drive from Jaipur.

Bawah Private Island (Indonesia)

A dream island between Singapore and Borneo!

The Anambas Archipelago in Indonesia probably doesn’t mean anything to you! It is the guarantee of living an experience far from everything on a private island that is still totally unknown.

Located between the Malaysian peninsula and Borneo, Bawa Island, its 3 fantastic lagoons, the island’s 13 white sandy beaches and dense jungle will be one of the few opportunities to discover the unspoilt nature we dream of!

The canvas villas on the beach, made of sustainable materials, and the island is supplied only with renewable energy. Divers will love it, the underwater world is exceptional! The island is located only 2 hours from Singapore.

Rosewood Luang Prabang (Laos)

An exclusive refuge near the splendid Luang Prabang

Those seeking an exclusive experience will be seduced by this magical and protected place.

This magnificent refuge is nestled in a dense forest near a gentle river and a refreshing waterfall. Around the Resort, there is no trace of civilization; nature still has all its rights! A few villas of more than 100 m² rise in this jungle and dominate this sumptuous environment. Some have a private swimming pool.

The old town of Luang Prabang is not far away, however, 10 minutes by car!

This eco-friendly resort finances sustainable tourism projects, making it a pioneer in Laos.

Capella Ubud (Bali, Indonesia)

The magic of Ubud and the charm of the lodges of yesteryear…

The famous architect Bensley innovates and offers accommodation inspired by the properties of 19th century European settlers. The sublime environment of the Ubud region magnifies this hotel nestled in nature, surrounded by terraced rice fields.

Each luxurious tent has a private swimming pool. They are located along the Wos River. You will discover the traditional market of Ubud and the sacred monkey forest nearby.

Amanyangyun Shanghai (China)

A technical feat for an already cult hotel!

Probably the most ambitious project in the Aman chain! Imagine 50 residences of the Ming and Ching dynasty dismantled and then rebuilt 800 km away, piece by piece to recreate a unique atmosphere mixing the ancient with modernity.

The project does not stop there! A forest of 10,000 camphorians has been moved. Only one of these trees weighs more than 50 tons!

The Aman chain then brought its supreme touch of luxury: a refined interior design, noble materials and always a permanent play of light between huge skylights and moucharabiehs. A destination in itself has just been created near one of the world’s largest megacities, Shanghai!

Six Senses Krabey Island (Cambodia)

A luxury island a few minutes from Sihanoukville

The luxury hotel chain Six Senses, has seen a great things happen. A new address straight out of a dream is about to be created.

This paradisiacal island, located only 10 minutes by boat from Sihanoukville, Cambodia’s major seaside resort, will offer 40 eco-villas with private swimming pools nestled in the vegetation.

Well-being will be in the spotlight, meditation, an exceptional spa and a whole range of exceptional treatments will be offered to lucky customers.

Train – Shiki-Shima Hotel (Japan)

A modern and futuristic palace on rails!

Shiki-Shima may well steal the spotlight from the most beautiful hotels in the Japanese archipelago.

There are three different trips according to the season through the most beautiful landscapes of Japan in a unique luxury on wheels.

The hotel train was created by major names in design, luxury and gastronomy such as Ken Okuyama, designer at Porsche, Ferrari and Maserati and Katsuhiro Nakamura, the first Japanese chef to be starred by the Michelin guide.

The train has 2 glass walls for observing the sumptuous Japanese landscapes. Each suite has a private bathroom. The most luxurious suites have been designed in duplexes!

Hoshinoya Bali (Indonesia)

Japanese Zen in the heart of the Balinese jungle….

Discover an idyllic place in the heart of a valley where a sacred river flows.

Surrounded by the lush hills of Ubud, Hotel Hoshinoya Bali overlooks the Pakerisan River. Its pure waters cross the property via an ancient network from a temple dedicated to the god of this river…

Zen is in the spotlight, perches are suspended above this magical world classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Six Senses (Bhutan)

A luxurious Himalayan getaway!

The hotel chain Six Senses has once again signed a very ambitious project! 5 intimate lodges under one name in the most beautiful places of Bhutan, a small Himalayan kingdom…

Each of the five lodges has been themed to make each stay a unique experience.

The 82 or so suites offer modern interior and refined lines, an abundance of wood and natural stone as well as local craftsmanship of great finesse.

Ritz Carlton Langkawi (Malaysia)

Langkawi, the island where the emerald green mountains disappear into the turquoise sea…

Langkawi is a jewel for all discerning travellers and today, Ritz Carlton adds a little gem to the list of the island’s many luxury hotels. The Ritz-Carlton is surrounded by lush tropical forests. It has its own private cove and a beach with crystal clear waters.

The huge villas are Malay and contemporary in style. The hotel aims to maintain the link between tradition, folklore and modernity, all to offer guests an experience like no other.

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