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Inspired by the retro chic of the 60's, Hotel G is a luxury hotel in Beijing located in the fashionable entertainment district of Sanlitun. This Beijing boutique hotel has 110 rooms ranging from the standard good room to super deluxe, loft-style suites with raised bed area and a large bathroom complete with free standing tub. Highly acclaimed designer Mark Lintott has created a series of stylish lifestyle hotels with 60's-inspired designs to compliment the rhythms of metropolitan new Beijing.
The Library, Koh Samui The Library was embraced by existing nature of high huge old trees on 6,400 square metres plot of land (approximately 1.6 acre) featuring 50 metres of beachfront area. Duplex style of accommodations were scattered in a U-shape the offering a glimpse of sea views under a shade of the trees.
Siddharta Boutique Hotel, Siem Reap, Cambodia Located midway between the center of Siem Reap and the Angkor temples, in a quiet and green area, the Siddhartha hotel warmly welcoming you in an intimate and refined setting. This brand new charming structure, twenty eight rooms only, while simplicity and elegance meet the colonial and secular Cambodian style.
Hotel Icon, Hong Kong. Hotel ICON is a unique hotel designed by celebrated architects Terence Conran, Rocco Yim and William Lim. Breathtaking open public spaces, a striking vertical garden by Patrick Blanc, a grand sweeping staircase, innovative guest rooms and three vibrant dining spaces radiate contemporary style.
A luxury pioneer on the shores of chic surf spot Canggu Beach in south-west Bali, vibrant Hotel Tugu Bali's romantic mood is enhanced by the owner’s world-class collection of museum-quality Indonesian antiquities. Seductive thatched suites are dotted among lush gardens and lotus ponds by the Indian Ocean, alongside a rich mix of elegantly ethnic restaurants.
New Majestic Hotel, Singapore. Each of the New Majestic’s 30 rooms is different, from the mix of vintage and designer furniture through to the customised baths. Highlights include rooms with private gardens, attic-style rooms with loft beds in six-meter high ceilings
NAK Hotel has a story in the history of Sandakan, and a foot in her future. Hotel NAK, (named after Ngui Ah Kui, a lowly clerk turned Member of Parliament) is the family-owned hotel of the Ngui family. Built in the 60s, the hotel was officially opened in 1966, 2years after Ngui Ah Kui himself passed away. It has seen the local community thrive in the past 4 decades, with development grow from the seafront inland into what was once deep rainforest.
Serene and pure, Knai Bang Chatt, an exquisite lifestyle resort, will enchant you. Located in Kep, right on the southern east coastline of Cambodia, the resort gives you a blend of privacy, serenity and exclusivity. Three renovated villas built in the 1970s by protégés of Vann Molyvann, a pupil of the world renowned Le Corbusier, are extraordinary historical landmarks you can now experience as your very own private home
The Scarlet, Singapore’s first luxury boutique hotel, made her debut in December 2004. Vivacious and uninhibited, the interiors of this 80-room hotel pulsate with an eclectic tension, offering all who enter an adventure for the senses.