The Most Beautiful Hotels on Earth: Asia

Viceroy Bali hotelIn part two of our “Most Beautiful Hotels on Earth” blog series, our Philadelphia Airport parking company explores some of the most unique and luxurious hotels in Asia that are sure to put you at ease.

Viceroy Bali, Indonesia

This family-owned five-star luxury resort is situated in Bali’s “Valley of the Kings” and features 25 private pool villas. The hotel focuses on seclusion and comfort, offering beautiful views of the valley, bold architecture, private terraces, and more.

The Upper House, China

Designed by renowned architect Andre Fu, this Hong Kong hotel is small, but luxurious. Guests can enjoy panoramic views of Victoria Harbor, a secret garden, a rooftop lounge, walk-in rain showers, and more. If you’re looking for space, rooms range from 730 square feet to 1,960 square feet.

Baros, Maldives

Located in secluded Male, this resort offers beautiful villas that are set in lush, tropical vegetation and quaint wooden cottage built over the lagoon. Guests can enjoy a relaxing spa experience, underwater excursions, island dining, sailing, and more.

Tower Club at lebua, Thailand

Situated high above the city of Bangkok, The Tower hotel offers guests large luxury suites, each with a private balcony that overlooks the architecture of the city or the calmness of the River of Kings. The hotel is also known for its rooftop lounge with bright lights and endless views.

Hanoi Elegance Diamond Hotel, Vietnam

Located in the historic Old Quarter of Hanoi and a short walk from Hoan Kiem Lake, this hotel features sound-proof rooms with wooden flooring and modern, elegant furniture. Guests can enjoy a relaxing spa experience, a quiet read in the library, and a five-star dinner in a restaurant overlooking the city and the Red River.

The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu, Japan

If you’re looking for an urban oasis getaway, the Yokohama Bay Hotel is where to go. Located in the center of the Minato Mirai 21 area, this hotel features rooms with balconies overlooking the bay, open lobbies, a full-service spa, and famous restaurants.

Wildflower Hall, India

Eight thousand feet above ground, this hotel is nestled in the Himalayas and built on 22 acres of virgin woods of pine and cedar trees. The luxury resort was once home to Lord Kitchener and boasts a colonial-era design, with wood paneling, hand-knotted rugs, and charming furnishings throughout the rooms.

Green Park Boutique, Laos

With 34 luxurious rooms, this getaway is a medium-sized boutique that adheres to the tradition of Lao hospitality. With antique furniture, rich art collections, and elegant details, each room is meant to promote relaxation and restore balance. The hotel also features a spa, outdoor restaurant, and contemporary lounge.

Cove 55, Malaysia

This exclusive property located in Kuching features just 12 rooms (8 deluxe, 2 suites, and 2 private chalets away from the main area). From the huge outdoor pool to the crisp, white architecture, you’ll enjoy ultimate relaxation with views of Mount Santubong and the South China Sea.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore

Situated on the Marina Bay waterfront, this hotel boasts guestrooms and suites with private sundecks or balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows for beautiful views of the water and Singapore. With an outdoor rooftop swimming pool and vintage luxury cars available for transportation, guests can enjoy a historic experience.

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