Oh how great it would be to live the suite life!!! 💁🏻♀️
A 10-room retreat at the foot of Mount Asama in Karuizawa town in Japan (about an hour train ride from Tokyo). The wood and glass-clad retreat is meant to bring you closer to nature. The architects designed the place to bend and curve along with the trees that surround the property.
2147-646 Nagakura, Karuizawa-machi, Kitasaku-gun, Nagano-ken 389-0111, Japan
Built by "King of Desert Modernism" Albert Frey in 1960. It was a favorite of old Hollywood stars like Lucille Ball and Marilyn Monroe. The new owners have kept the hotel in its original glory, thank God!!! 🤩More details
A wildlife camp by Ranthambore National Park in India. There are ten air-conditioned tents. Inspired by Mughal pavilions, it features elegant cotton drapes to separate the different sections of the accommodation. 👍🏼
Village - Sherpur-Khiljipur, Ranthambhore Road, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, India
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Eaton's second hotel in the city embodies a few iconic Hong Kong touches, like cha chaan teng dining, neon lights, and some Wong Kar Wai-esque designs. They have two co-working spaces in the building, too! 🥳More details
An ultra-chic hotel (by the Hoxton group, known for their property of the same name in Shoreditch, London) in a historic mansion in Paris' new tech mecca. (That bathroom with the gold finishes tho! 🧡)
30-32 Rue du Sentier, 75002 Paris, France
A perfect blend of Swedish and Japanese design, Yasuragi is a hotel-spa just 20mins away from Stockholm. It resembles a Japanese ryokan, with colors and designs meant to seamlessly integrate nature into the experience.
Hamndalsvägen 6, 132 39 Saltsjö-boo, Sweden
A re-gutted 1930s-era schoolhouse re-designed using another European hotel as a model. There's a lot of effort put into the place's communal spaces; so much so that they nixed the tv's so you're encouraged to mingle in the cafe or lounge. I have zero issues there.More details
A beautiful forest retreat in Andaman Islands. Off-the-grid and wifi free.
Village number 4 Havelock island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands 744211, India
Founded by the same guys who opened Soneva Fushi in the Maldives in 1995, which pioneered the luxurious hotels that the country is known for today. Their latest resort features 24 neo-Victorian villas, some with wrap-around slides plunging into an impeccably clear lagoon. These also have retractable moon-rood openings so you can sleep under the stars. Soneva is also famous for their sustainability efforts, seen in its own recycling center, organic gardens, and an open-air cinema with wireless headphones (so as to not disturb the turtles nearby).
Medhufaru Island Noonu Atoll, Maldives
There's no shortage of fancy hotels in HK; and by comparison, The Upper House might not even compete. But the main draw of this centrally-located hotel is the feeling it gives you—like you're one of those CRA's living in their high-roller apartments.
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
As historic as it is majestic, this grand dame of a hotel sits on the east bank of the Chao Praya river. It's one of those properties that upholds a legendary reputation. It's a marvelous amalgam of European architecture and Thai culture. Le Normandie, a two Michelin-starred French restaurant, also resides in the property.
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, 48 Oriental Avenue, Bangkok, Thailand
Built on the cobblestoned lower Manhattan Quarter, the property exudes hyper-exclusivity. It has 88 rooms donning Italianate charm, with antique silk rugs, vintage tables, and marble fixtures. Oh, and Robert de Niro owns the place.
377 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013, USA
Used to be the HQ of the Adriatica naval transport company. Great views of the Giudecca Canal or the hotel's back garden. Design is inspired by colors of the city, as well as traditional Italian style architecture.
Fondamenta Zattere Al Ponte Lungo, 1411, 30123 Venezia VE, Italy
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