EPIC ASIA

 

The thrill of a new city is hard to beat — getting lost in the hum of busy streets and admiring the landmarks that have long lived in your imagination.

EPIC ASIA

 

The thrill of a new city is hard to beat — getting lost in the hum of busy streets and admiring the landmarks that have long lived in your imagination.

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ASIA COLLECTION

THAILAND  TREASURE 

You won’t believe you’re in the heart of the city when you step inside the calmingly elegant lobby of The St. Regis Bangkok. Impeccable service by the famed St. Regis butlers sets the tone for your stay, and exquisite dining is on the agenda. An insider’s tip: Indulge in their signature afternoon tea experience for a true touch of elegance.

 HIDDEN  HONG KONG

Everything moves quickly in the busy streets of Hong Kong, which is why The Upper House is such a unique retreat. Featuring some of the most spacious rooms in the city — starting at 730 square feet — and a “secret” garden on the sixth level, this property has plenty of spaces to escape. Plus, experience the newly opened Salisterra restaurant, a layered and social dining experience high above the city.

BALI  BLISS 

Skip the city altogether and head to COMO Uma Ubud in Bali to create a perfectly soulful experience. Think yoga classes in an open-air pavilion overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley, or gentle swims in the jade-hued pool as brightly colored birds fly overhead. Incidentally, Balinese massage is one of the dreamiest you could wish for — it’s deep yet nourishing, with kneading and long, therapeutic strokes that leave you in a state of transcendent joy.

ROYAL  RETREAT 

A former royal palace, Taj Lake Palace floats like a mirage in the middle of Lake Pichola. The arrival, by boat, is part of the magic. Ten, original Grand Royal suites dating back to 1746, showcase Rajasthani artwork and overlook the lake. Opulent details like deeply-carved moldings, rare antiques and artwork, ornate glasswork, and crystal chandeliers truly create a palatial feel.

A SINGAPORE  ICON 

First opened in 1887, Raffles Singapore, a city icon, was recently reborn and is as relevant as ever. Marble bathrooms with large tubs, four-poster beds, dark woods, and Peranakan tiling create an ambiance of old-world glamour. The Singapore Sling, first created in 1915 by Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon, is considered the national drink. The new spa features revitalizing therapies intended to release tension.

THAILAND  TREASURE 

You won’t believe you’re in the heart of the city when you step inside the calmingly elegant lobby of The St. Regis Bangkok. Impeccable service by the famed St. Regis butlers sets the tone for your stay, and exquisite dining is on the agenda. An insider’s tip: Modern beauty treatments abound at Elemis Spa, but you’ll feel utterly transformed by a holistic Arabian bathing ritual in a Rasul chamber.

 HIDDEN  HONG KONG

Everything moves quickly in the busy streets of Hong Kong, which is why The Upper House is such a unique retreat. Featuring some of the most spacious rooms in the city — starting at 730 square feet — and a “secret” garden on the sixth level, this property has plenty of spaces to escape. Grand views of Victoria Harbour are on display at Café Gray Deluxe, easy to enjoy over complimentary breakfast.

BALI  BLISS 

Skip the city altogether and head to COMO Uma Ubud in Bali to create a perfectly soulful experience. Think yoga classes in an open-air pavilion overlooking the Tjampuhan Valley, or gentle swims in the jade-hued pool as brightly colored birds fly overhead. Incidentally, Balinese massage is one of the dreamiest you could wish for — it’s deep yet nourishing, with kneading and long, therapeutic strokes that leave you in a state of transcendent joy.

ROYAL  RETREAT 

A former royal palace, Taj Lake Palace floats like a mirage in the middle of Lake Pichola. The arrival, by boat, is part of the magic. Ten, original Grand Royal suites dating back to 1746, showcase Rajasthani artwork and overlook the lake. Opulent details like deeply-carved moldings, rare antiques and artwork, ornate glasswork, and crystal chandeliers truly create a palatial feel.

SINGAPORE  SLING 

First opened in 1887, Raffles Singapore, a city icon, was recently reborn and is as relevant as ever. Marble bathrooms with large tubs, four-poster beds, dark woods, and Peranakan tiling create an ambiance of old-world glamour. The Singapore Sling, first created in 1915 by Raffles bartender Ngiam Tong Boon, is considered the national drink. The new spa features revitalizing therapies intended to release tension.