Indulge in the ultimate luxury across Asia. Our experts have meticulously curated a collection of top-notch hotels, each representing the pinnacle of opulence. From lavish suites with breathtaking views to world-class amenities and impeccable service, these accommodations redefine luxury.
Our detailed reviews offer an in-depth look at each hotel's distinctive character, ensuring you have all the information you need to make an informed decision. Elevate your travel experience with our selection of Asia's finest luxury hotels. Your opulent retreat awaits.
1, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
For over 147 years, travelers have sought the legendary Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok along the Chao Phraya River. As a luxury five-star haven in one of the world's most vibrant cities, we're renowned for our style, service, and excellence. Nestled by the river, we offer a serene escape, and our recent reopening of the River Wing, following a historic renovation, has enhanced our accommodations and facilities while preserving our classic Thai-inspired elegance and resort-style charm.
2, Capella Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Prominent hotel architect and designer Bill Bensley invites guests on an opulent journey to a 19th-century expedition camp, featuring one-bedroom villas nestled among the lush Keliki jungle. Antique furnishings and classic telephones evoke a bygone era, while views of the dense, vibrant foliage create a timeless atmosphere, appreciated by our readers. One reader even hailed it as "Bali's most thrilling hotel," praising the exceptional "food and service." Our dedicated staff is renowned for offering experiences that illuminate local culture and traditions, such as Balinese painting and dance.
3, Amanpuri, Phuket, Thailand
Amanpuri, Aman's inaugural resort and a true sanctuary of tranquility, remains among the world's premier luxury retreats. Nestled on a secluded peninsula and embraced by the pristine Pansea Beach, this 40-room haven boasts an utterly idyllic setting.
4, Sofitel Legend Métropole Hanoi, Vietnam
The Sofitel Legend Métropole Hanoi is absolutely stunning. Designed and built by two French investors in 1901 – in the French Quarter of Hanoi, of course – the hotel has that French colonial look: think white stucco, fern green shutters and hardwood floors, nestled in lush Vietnamese tropical flora. Charlie Chaplin, Graham Greene and Somerset Maugham were just a few of the hotel’s distinguished guests.
5, Four Seasons The Nam Ha, Hoi An - Vietnam
A luxurious coastal resort with a mesmerizing view of the South China Sea
Set in a stunning location with a rich cultural heritage, Four Seasons The Nam Hai offers an indulgent retreat designed to delight and relax every guest. Nestled along the pristine white sands near the Hoi An Ancient Town, this exquisite resort, featuring villas, creates a enchanting getaway for an unforgettable vacation.
6, The Reverie Saigon, Vietnam
The Reverie Saigon has emerged as the most extravagantly opulent hotel in Vietnam and proudly holds the distinction of being the sole member property of The Leading Hotels of the World in the entire country.