Hotels in South East Asia
The extensive list of accommodation that we have on offer is as varied as the places you visit, we have travelled over mountains, along coastlines and into the heart of cities to ensure that we have the perfect portfolio of hotels. Though every hotel in South East Asia is totally unique they all provide world class seamless service and are perfectly in keeping with the environment that they are in.
If you want to enjoy the slick city scene in Singapore, Ho Chi Minh or Bangkok then the hotels ooze luxury as well as elegance and are situated in the best areas to explore. For those who want to be whisked away on a rural adventure then the lodges in Northern Vietnam, Borneo or Myanmar are charming though more rustic. Lastly if you are visiting some of SE Asia’s greatest sites and more popular places such as Angkor Wat, Luang Prabang or Borobudur then the hotels are as glamorous as you will ever experience, which weaves nicely into the majesty and rich history of the places.
The Legian is a well established, and newly renovated, luxury property with stylish spacious suites in the vibrant area of Seminyak, Bali. Flanked by a quiet beach, The Legian is the perfect place to enjoy the magic of Bali in a relaxed setting.
Khao Lak, West coast beaches and islands, Thailand
The luxury Sarojin is a stunning beach property designed in a contemporary Asian style on the quiet coastline of the unspoilt Thai province of Khao Lak, ideally located an hour north of Phuket on the west coast of Thailand.
GBP £2,700 per person
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Four Seasons Sayan is just minutes from the centre of Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali. Hidden amongst the working rice paddies and jungle beside the Ayung River, this hotel is the perfect retreat for a family getaway.
Six Senses Krabey Island
Ream Beach, Coastal Cambodia, Cambodia
Six Senses Krabey Island is a stylish island escape off the coast of Cambodia. Blending natural and paired back materials with indulgent luxuries and technology, this is one of the country's finest hideaway retreats.
Rosewood Phuket is the group's debut property in Southeast Asia. With an enviable location on the stunning Emerald Bay, the property seamlessly blends luxury and comfort. This is an excellent option for both couples and families.
Mai Chau & Pu Luong, The Far North, Vietnam
Step off the tourist trail and immerse yourself in the culture, natural beauty, and serenity of rural Vietnam. Set amid terraced rice paddies, majestic mountains, verdant jungle and gushing waterfalls, Avana Retreat is a discreet and luxurious eco-resort.
Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar (Burma)
With eleven luxury tents and three treetop villas, all with views over the sparkling waters of the Andaman Sea, the Wa Ale eco-resort blends sympathetic design with top notch service to create a sumptuous, yet remote, island escape.
East coast beaches and islands, Thailand
Set on the tropical private island of Koh Kood, Soneva Kiri offers the ultimate in barefoot luxury with unparalleled levels of service and cutting-edge eco-concepts. Soneva has been developed that both couples and families will never want to leave.
GBP £4,500 per person
Tanah Gajah, A Resort by Hadiprana
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Tanah Gajah, A Resort by Hadiprana, is a luxury retreat on the outskirts of Ubud. The private estate is a collection of exquisite villas, many with their own pools where you are attended to by your own private butler.
The Samaya Seminyak
Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
The luxury Samaya is a sleek, chic property located on the spectacular Seminyak beachfront on the fashionable south coast of Bali. The 46 villas are elegantly appointed, extremely private and each have the luxury of their own full size swimming pool.
GBP £3,100 Per person for 7 nights