Hotels in Asia



The one place on earth I would love to travel to are the Maldives. Look at the photo above and tell me it doesn’t make you want to book a ticket and go. The picture is heaven. Imagine walking down that warf, or just sitting on the side and dangling your legs over the side and admiring the view. And then if you want to swim all you have to do is jump in! (Image courtesy

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Longitude 131°
If you want a completely different experience to anything you have had before than this is the place for you. Their mission is a spiritual one to heal your mind, body and soul and they certainly achieve that.

Longitude is made up of fifteen luxurious tents that are situated on a sand dune that is close to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

Each tent has a themed wall celebrating the life of an early Australian pioneer or explorer. Watch the sun rise on Uluru from inside your palatial tent that has romantic flowing white drapes in a dome shape over your king size bed, private bathroom, air conditioning, daily cleaning and evening turn-down service.

There is a swimming pool, spa, bar and your dining if you so choose can be under the magical stars in the heart of the Red Centre of Australia.

The Observatory Hotel – An Orient-Express Hotel
A true five star hotel which was recently awarded Australia’s Leading Hotel, The Observatory has everything you expect and more.

Let’s start with the great location which is in the CBD and minutes from anywhere you want to go. It has luxurious suites, fine dining, 24 hour room service, a divine star lit pool where you can wish upon a twinkling star in the dome roof, a health club, tennis court, business facilities for the business person and the most important thing of all a spa to indulge yourself in the most wonderful treatments you could ever think of.


Villas Sungai and Sungai Gold
Personal butler? Check. Spa and yoga services? Check. Fine dining and absolute privacy? Check. Children’s Club? Check.

On an island renowned for great hotels, luxury accommodation, cutting edge service and uncompromising attention to detail, it’s a joy to find retreats that combine all of the above and make you feel completely at home at the same time.

The three guest room SUNGAI and the new couples’ property SUNGAI GOLD are for people looking for a more personal, bespoke hotel experience, with staff who know your name, your favourite drink and can arrange a restaurant reservation, spa treatment, or simply point you in the right direction, within minutes of you deciding to do something…

Unashamedly at the luxury end of the travel market they are the epitome of privacy, outrageous luxury and pampering for couples, groups of friends and families for leisure and special event purposes.


Fiji Island Luxury Resort & Spa
The renowned award-winning 5-star Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is an international favorite for weddings, honeymoons, and scuba diving. Featuring packages for couples, families, weddings & honeymoons, and diving packages.


The Peninsula
At the entrance of this legendary hotel two Chinese lions guard all guests from evil. It has its own helicopter for airport transfers, that is if you don’t want to ride in a vintage 1934 Phantom II which is one of two of this exact model left in the world. Their fleet of Rolls Royce’s makes over 1000 trips a month to and from the airport.

The hotel features a fitness centre, swimming pool, spa and sun terrace as well as 80 shops including some of the world’s most exclusive brands including Louis Vuitton and Tiffany.

In 1953 Clark Gable stayed at the hotel while he was filming Soldier of Fortune where he showed the bartender Johnny Chung how to mix a Screwdriver. Mr. Chung is still working at the hotel today mixing that same drink. This hotel has true old fashion charm and class.



“Haven of life” is what Chiva-Som translates to and what a magical haven it is. This ultra exclusive health resort spreads across seven acres of beautiful beachfront in Hau Hin overlooking the Gulf of Thailand.

Every guest is assigned a Health & Wellness advisor on arrival who will tailor make a program to help you gain optimum health. The resort cost US$46 million to build. Posh and Beck’s stayed here where room rates go up to US$2,200 per nite.

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