Hotels in Asia
Some of the most glorious hotels in the world—majestic, modern or just over-the-top—exist in Asia. You’ll find ideal accommodations at the best hotels in Asia.
The Mandarin Oriental Pudong is a sleek, luxurious, 318-room Shanghai hotel is located in the Pudong financial center and has huge views of the Huangpu River. Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai is an Asia hotel in Thailand that is like a miniature Thai kingdom: 123 Lanna-inspired suites and villas set on 60 acres. There’s a Buddhist prayer house, a 33,000-square-foot spa, and an arts-and-crafts village. Park Hyatt Siem Reap is a 104-room Cambodia hotel features both traditional Khmer and Art Deco designs. Rooms have Italian marble bathrooms and handcrafted furniture, while the lobby has an excellent art gallery space featuring local Cambodian art. Angkor Wat is just a 15-minute tuk-tuk ride away, making it one of the most popular hotels in Asia. Even with its recently renovated tower, The Peninsula Hong Kong still transports you into Hong Kong's colonial-city past: don’t miss English tea in the lobby and the stunning views of Hong Kong Island from the upper floors. The Amanoi is a fairly new Asia hotel from Aman resorts—in Vinh Hy Bay, Vietnam—located is in a bay in Nui Chua National, one of Vietnam’s largest nature reserves. The minimalist-designed hotel has Vietnamese-style sloping rooftops, a huge spa, and an off-the-radar feel.