Planning a trip to Asia? We have compiled a list of some of the best resorts in Asia, including Asian beach resorts and Asian mountain resorts with a mix of resort styles and comfort from luxury to budget.
These 24 resorts are scattered throughout Asia and were chosen to suit couples, honeymooners, families travelling with kids and solo travellers.
Whether your vacation is for romance, family fun, adventure or to relax with a spa treatment and recharge, these resorts will have an activity for you.
To make your Asian resort getaway easier we have enlisted the help of fellow travel bloggers who gave their recommendations of the top resorts in Asia. We have visited most of these countries and this list has inspired us to also check out some of these resorts.
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We love staying at resorts and hotels when we travel the world. Between travels we base ourselves in the Asian city of Chiang Mai Thailand. A city with a massive selection of top class resorts. We recently stayed at a colonial inspired resort and were pampered while enjoying the delights of this this charming city. Read about resorts and other delights of Chiang Mai in our huge guide of things to do and where to stay in Chiang Mai.
The Surin Phuket
Recommended by Lena, The Social Travel Experiment
A Romantic Retreat for Two at The Surin Phuket
The Surin Phuket, located on Phuket in Thailand, is the perfect place for couples to spend a couple of romantic days together in paradise.
You stay at your own cosy but luxurious bungalow at the hill, overlooking the ocean and the sound of tropical insects. The beautiful stretch of white beach is accessible only for guest of the Surin Phuket and one other hotel resort, which makes it a very quiet place.
Our most memorable experience was a barbecue dinner at the beach. While dining on a wide variety of Thai dishes from fresh starters using coriander and other Thai ingredients, over barbecued meats and seafood, like lobsters, to delicious desserts, like cakes and fruit and ice, we enjoyed the feel of the sand between our toes.
The tables are only lit by a few candles and the sound of the waves and the smell of the ocean turned this dinner into one of the most romantic evenings we have ever had.
Wapi Resort – Koh Lipe
Recommended by Martina, As far as you can
When it comes to Koh Lipe, a tiny paradise island in in the South of the Thai Andaman Sea, Wapi Resort should be your choice.
First of all the location, Sunrise Beach, is the best you can get in Lipe. Your first steps in the morning will be – literally – on the sand. This is definitely what made this resort so special to me: you can spend the whole day wearing bikini and flip-flops and you won’t go wrong.
In the evening you can easily reach the Walking Street, just a couple of minutes walking distance. Wapi Resort offers to its guests different types of accommodation, from the Garden Bungalows to the Beach Front ones. In any case, you will sleep just a few meters from the sea. All the bungalows are well furnished, spacious enough and equipped to satisfy all your needs.
A good buffet breakfast is included in the room rate and, last but not least, you can also borrow bicycles for free. Biking along this little island was a very funny way to explore it by myself. If you’re interested in extra activities, you can book a Thai massage on the beach or rent a kayak.
Are you searching for an easy going and comfortable accommodation perfectly located in Koh Lipe? Well, Wapi Resort is what you need!
The Aleenta Resort & Spa in Phuket
Recommended by Katherine, The Belgian Wanderers
The Aleenta Resort & Spa in Phuket would have to be one of the best resorts we’ve ever stayed at. Not only is the entire resort luxurious and absolutely beautiful, all of the staff are very nice and professional.
You could either relax in your own private pool or use the public pool overlooking the ocean – both are amazing!
The resort organises a bunch of activities you can do during your say if you would like to explore the surrounding area more as well as many workout/yoga sessions. One of our favourites was the sunset yoga on the beach which they do every night and we highly recommend doing! Everyone is always very happy and cheerful which makes you automatically happy too!
Our most memorable experiences during our stay at the Aleenta Resort & Spa would have to be our day trip to James Bond Island.
From start to finish we had so much fun. You get an entire boat to yourselves (with some delicious pineapple) and the hotel representative is so much fun – the whole experience was amazing, we wouldn’t have wanted to do it with anyone else!
Crown Lanta Koh Lanta
Recommended by Tom, TravelTomTom
Although Crown Lanta is a 4-star resort it will still leave a 5-star impression. Of course, it offers typical high standard Thai hospitality, has a relaxing pool, great massages and a bar where you can watch the most beautiful sunsets over the nearby Koh Phi Phi on the horizon.
But on top of all Crown Lanta is the best resort in Koh Lanta because of its amazing location. It is situated on a tiny peninsula and surrounded by the ocean. Holiday feelings will pop up straight away on route to the resort as on your left side and on your right side you will see the beach.
Because of its amazing location the resort has an exclusive private beach that guests can reach by a couple stairs down from the main pool where I was able to have the beach completely to myself most of the days.
The villas with private pool are very spacious and perched into the hill offering amazing ocean views.
Samabe Bali Suites and Villas
Recommended by Sharon, Simpler and Smarter
The Samabe Bali Suites and Villas is a luxury, gorgeous, resort located in Southern Nusa Dua. Their definition of luxury is privacy and you get this here on a gorgeous cliff top overlooking the ocean.
Spread out over 8 hectares with only 81 suites and villas, it felt like somewhere special a world away from the usual crowds of southern Bali. The resort was full during our visit but was actually rarely that we saw other guests and our suite was completely private.
Our suite was one of the more affordable options but it was still very large and well furnished in its layout. It was more like an apartment than a hotel with with a separate living area, dining area and balcony on one side of the suite and two beds and a gorgeous bathroom on the other.
We had gorgeous ocean views and monkeys at times on our balcony!! (so keep the door shut!)
The rooms come with a whole lot of extras which are included like mini bar and even bags and hats! Something I loved is that washing is included!
The resort itself is perfect for families or couples and both types of guests often stay. There are many activities (and your choice is included with the all inclusive option), some great restaurants and beautiful infinity pool. There is also a kids club for 2+ year olds that our kids enjoyed.
The private beach is a short (but steep walk) away. I highly recommend this resort. It’s perfect for a luxury stay away from it all.
The Holiday Inn Baruna, Bali
Recommended by Kate, Rolling Along with Kids
The Holiday Inn Baruna is located in Tuban, Bali, Indonesia
The Holiday Inn Baruna has the most beautiful gardens with plenty of space for the kids to run around. The layout of the resort, with the gorgeous pool the main focus, has something for everyone.
As you wander through the gardens, you come across the Tea Tree Spa. A massage at this spa is not to be missed, one of the best I have ever had in Bali. After indulging in a massage, relaxing in one of the gazebos watching the sun set is a great way to end the day.
The Holiday Inn is different to most resorts in Bali as it has a huge grassed area between the beach and the resort. This makes you feel like you are truly relaxing as no hawkers or other tourists are walking by interrupting your peaceful day.
My favourite part of staying at the Holiday Inn Baruna was watching the sunset and relaxing with a cocktail while the hotel staff entertained the kids.
Chapung Se Bali Resort & Spa Ubud, Bali
Recommended by Clemens Sehi, Travellers Archive
Imagine you wake up from birdsong and the soft rustling of palm leaves. Open your eyes and smell the Frangipani. Good morning Bali! Good morning Chapung Se Bali Resort & Spa!
Make your way out of the heavenly bed, brush the mosquito net aside, and look around the room. It is extremely spacious and tastefully decorated, like a perfect mix of Danish chic, modern technology and Balinese influences.
Outside, a panorama landscape opens up: seemingly endless rice fields, surrounded by jungle-like hillsides and gorges. But right in front of your feet is something else: An infinity pool with turquoise blue water, a private pool next to your private room in your private villa close to Ubud, the spiritual center of Bali.
Here, the island still belongs to the gods and Bali is still a true jungle. It is easy to spend some time at your own villa, enjoy one of the awarded Spa treatments or just wander around the spacious and calm hotel facility. The Chapung Se Bali Resort & Spa is a 10 minute drive from Ubud.
Komaneka at Bisma Ubud, Bali
Recommended by Rachel, The World in a Weekend
We visited Bali in June 2017. It was an unexplored gem… back in 1992. Today it has been thoroughly explored and it’s difficult to walk a mile through its’ towns without bumping into an internationally branded hotel or being pestered by local taxi drivers.
However, Bali still boasts those stunning rice fields, jaw dropping jungles and beautiful beaches. Enter the Komeneka Resorts.
The Komaneka Resorts are a Balinese family owned chain of resorts that provide a luxury oasis crafted for ultimate relaxation surrounded by nature’s beauty. The theme of the hotels is Balinese art so you are engulfed with traditional architecture and arts and crafts to make your stay feel as authentic and local as possible.
We woke up to the sunrise over their private rice terraces, which stretched out below our balcony and breakfast could be taken on their terrace overlooking the infinity pool that seemed to vanish into the tropical rain forest.
After a busy day exploring Ubud, a bustling town on its’ doorstep, we came back to our suite to a candlelit bath with fresh, fragrant rose petals.
The only thing missing is a beautiful beach but don’t worry, the Komeneka are opening a new resort on the less explored East coast of the island and the hotel can take beach lovers to this resort on request.
The Komeneka at Bisma combines all the luxury and service of a 5 star hotel with all the amazing things that puts Bali at the top of everyone’s bucket list.
Jeeva Klui Lombok Island Indonesia
Recommended by Jolene, Wanderlust Storytellers
If you are craving a luxurious holiday, then you can’t look past the beautiful Jeeva Klui Resort in Senggigi on Lombok Island. This hotel is situated in a quiet spot right alongside a private stretch of beach.
Whilst you could choose to go snorkelling in the ocean, you will most likely find yourself in the infinity pool instead. We spent many afternoons hanging out in the pool, watching the sun set.
Enjoying the palm tree filled atmosphere whilst making the most of happy hour as the waitresses served us cocktails in the pool. This resort is all about luxury, peace and soul refreshing moments so make sure to treat yourself to a day at their resort spa as well!
Whilst the Jeeva Klui resort is heavenly, the staff are also incredibly helpful in organising excursions, so you can explore Lombok Island. A day trip over to the Gili Islands is also highly recommended.
Coral Bay Beach and Dive Resort in Coron, Palawan
Recommended by Maria, Travel With Maria
Coral Bay Beach and Dive Resort in Coron, Palawan is a paradise for divers. For non-divers, it’s an open aquarium because just by walking along the shore during the day one can see incredible sights of different colorful fishes including the deadly and bizarre looking ones.
At night, don’t miss the spectacular show of bluish luminescent planktons while the waves dance. Unlike El Nido and Puerto Princesa, Coron has the least tourists so you’re guaranteed of smaller crowds when you go island hopping. However, it is very much out of the way from where the bulk of resorts and hotels in this town so prepare to take a 45-minute bus plus a free 30-min boat ride to reach this resort which should be arranged in advance.
Definitely walk-in is not possible here. Electricity is only available from early evening until early morning. Wifi and mobile signal are scarce. The price for opting to go on a digital detox is getting to stay in a cosy, thatched roof beautifully decorated with corals of different shapes.
Amorita Resort in Bohol
Recommended by Charlotte Anne, Charlotte Anne
Amorita Resort in Bohol, Philippines is in a little world of its own. One thing that makes Amorita Resort an unrivalled choice in Bohol is its location. Dramatically perched on top of a rugged cliff. It flaunts a panoramic view which was something like out of a film, and the cool cerulean sea waters of Alona beach shines spectacularly under the blue skies.
One of the real focus here are the room themselves. My Junior Suite Room is outfitted with concrete finished floors and made to shine in perfection. The king-sized bed and floor to ceiling windows, clean lines, and dark hardwood furnishings, the space boasts an elegant and soothing aesthetic.
When it comes to dining, the hotel has an onsite restaurant and lounges on site overlooking the infinity pool and comes with a magnificent view of Alona Beach. During my time at the property, I got to chance to sample various delectable dishes that are truly melt-in-the mouth — a dinner only fit for the Gods.
For me, the service, and the impeccable attention-to-detail made everything a picture perfect tropical paradise setting you could dream of. This resort is a cut above and worth discovering. It’s almost worth keeping as my little secret… almost.
Two Seasons Island Resort & Spa Coron
Recommended by Tim, Universal Traveller
Two Seasons Island Resort & Spa is located on a private island near Coron, in the Philippines.
The resort has 42 accommodations in bungalow style. I stayed in the Island Tip Bungalow which is located on the island tip of the private resort island and has a size of 36 square meters. The bungalow is fully equipped with everything you might need including a really cool rainforest shower and a verandah with Jacuzzi and two sun beds.
The food at the resort is delicious and the menu caters for all tastes. My favourite dish was Crocodile in Coconut Milk. It is stewed in fresh coconut cream, mildly spiced with chili pepper and served with rice.
After a long day at the beach I can highly recommend their spa treatments. I have tried the Narra Spa Massage which takes 1.30 hours. It is a full body Swedish massage with medium pressure to relax aching muscles and to stimulate circulation.
My most memorable experience at the resort was the amazing sunset which I have enjoyed at the first night in my private outdoor Jacuzzi.
Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa Antipolo
Recommended by Katherine, Tara Lets Anywhere
Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa is a spa resort located in Antipolo, Philippines. It is actually a part of and within the premises of Loreland Resort.
Luljetta’s is the type of resort to visit if you’re after a romantic weekend or some place else where you can relax and unwind.
Aside from its pools, it has hydro-massage facilities, a Jacuzzi and sauna and various lounges for resting, watching movie’s, playing traditional local games such as Sungka or just sipping a cup of tea.
The spa resort also offers massage and body scrub services, and it has its own cafe/restaurant where you can taste local delicacies such as Antipolo’s best suman and modern western dishes.
What I love most about Luljetta’s is the ambiance and the fact that every corner of the spa resort is decorated with love: there are mini-statues and fountains, zen gardens, signs with affirmations of positivity and self-love and fantastic landscape and skyline views.
We came back refreshed after staying in Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa.
Caipirinha Villa, Boracay
Recommended by Jerny, The Jerny – Travel and Inspirations
Caipirinha Villa, whose name was derived from a cocktail drink – Caipirinha, is a 3 floors private villa with 7 bedrooms including the Master’s Bedroom alone on the 3rd floor with an overlooking view of the island in its bed and bathroom side.
The best part is the infinity pool overlooking the south-eastern part of the island with a Jacuzzi beside it. It’s best for sunrise viewing and chilling when the sun starts to set. At night, the lights are giving an extraordinary sight to its infinity pool.
Caipirinha Villa is situated atop a hill. What’s great about the villa? It’s ambience and the infinity pool area that lets you see the beauty of the entire island, day and night. I remember when I and friends were having a pool party in the Jacuzzi area as well. It was all just about having fun and having a great time with the company of each other. A place where you can entirely sit back and relax while sipping a glass of wine while chatting with everyone and talk about the good times.
A place and experience you’d surely enjoy.
Viet Thanh Resort – Phu Quoc Island
Recommended by Melissa, Thrifty Family Travels
A fantastic resort in Vietnam is Viet Thanh Resort located on the gorgeous Phu Quoc Island.
There is nothing fancy about this resort – which for me makes it so perfect. It is a small resort with around 20 individual bungalows. Most of the bungalows are in the garden of the resort but there are a couple right on Long Beach – these are the best rooms in the resort. You can spend a good part of your day relaxing on your front patio enjoying the gorgeous ocean views.
The resort is located directly on one of the most beautiful parts of Long Beach. The ocean here is calm, warm and crystal clear. There are plenty on sun chairs along the beach for you to relax in as well as a basic café serving drinks and food.
There is no pool at Viet Thanh Resort – not that you need one with the gorgeous ocean at your door step. But if you do have the urge to have a swim in a pool, Viet Thanh Resort guests are welcome to use the pool at the Phu Van Resort directly opposite the resort.
Golden Temple Residence Siem Reap
Recommended by Heather, Wanderlust Wayfarer
Located just steps from the ever-popular Pub Street in Siem Reap, Cambodia, Golden Temple Residence is a luxurious oasis offering every indulgence your heart desires.
Hidden from view by a slew of parked tuk-tuks, you won’t believe a five-star resort lingers amidst the rubble. Slip between the rows of ramshackle street vendors to find a lush garden path that leads to the front desk.
The moment you make the transition from the street to the serenity of the resort, you’ll be utterly impressed by the strikingly simple decor and crystal blue waters of the zen swimming area. With just 28 spacious rooms and an abundance of staff waiting to cater to your every need, you’ll feel right at home at the Golden Temple Residence.
Upon arrival at the airport, take advantage of Golden Temple’s complimentary shuttle service to transport you to the hotel. As you ride the short distance through the city streets, learn all about local culture from the personal assistant assigned to you for your stay.
When you get to the hotel, enjoy a welcome reception of fresh-squeezed juice, hand-picked fruits, and local delicacies as your assistant checks you in. The friendly staff is happy to help you create a custom itinerary for your vacation including excursions, such as private tours to Angkor Wat and ATV rides through rice fields, a cooking class with the hotel chef, or a complimentary massage in the hotel’s spa. The hotel even offers a free nightly Aspera cultural performance at the onsite restaurant, where you can enjoy delicious local delicacies.
Since I was celebrating a milestone birthday during my stay, the Golden Temple team went above and beyond to ensure I had a memorable experience. Not only was my room filled with balloons and birthday greetings, several staff members delivered a cake and sang to me. Later during the Aspera show, I was called on stage to dance with the performers. It was an experience I will never forget.
Sok San Beach Resort, Koh Rong, Cambodia
Recommended by Arnav Mathur, The ETLR Blog
Imagine sitting here whole day long enjoying the view! This is exactly what we did as it was raining erratically during the day and what an amazing feeling it was, to just lie there, with a view and nothing bothering you. A much-needed detox.
It turned out that we we’re lucky as the rain stopped somewhere around 12 in the afternoon, and we decided to head out to see the floating village and the mangrove forests, in our own Pvt boat, guided by the cheerful activity manager here at Sok San Beach Resort.
This was followed by a mesmerising sunset that we witnessed from the boat jetty.
We couldn’t see the sun but could see the sunset as a result of the dramatic play of colours.
Three days in Sok San Beach Resort turned out to be a blessing in disguise, it was raining erratically throughout the duration of our stay, we literally just Ate, Drank, Relaxed, Slept and then again Repeat.
As we couldn’t explore the island much because of the rains, we got our bodies pampered by the Spa therapists here at Sok San Beach Resort and loved every part of it. Even though it rained the whole day today, we we’re lucky that it stopped raining the last 2 days around 12 noon, making us enjoy the sunset, with a dash of colours.
Casa Del Mar Langkawi Malaysia
Recommended by Shandos Cleaver, Travelnuity
The island of Langkawi off the coast of Malaysia is often undeservedly overlooked by those looking for a luxury beach resort vacation in Asia. With its beautiful white sand, verdant forest and wide range of activities, not to mention quick flights from the airport hub of Kuala Lumpur, it’s a beautiful and fun holiday destination.
If you’re looking for a chic resort but at an affordable price, look no further than the boutique Casa Del Mar Langkawi.
Located mid-way along the most popular stretch of beach in Langkawi, Pantai Cenang, the resort offers up all the inclusions that you could want in friendly surroundings. Alternate between the pretty pool and the warm seawater, perhaps with a Jet Ski or Parasail in between.
Then enjoy a cocktail at the bar, before at least one night enjoying a romantic dinner on the beach, the sand warm beneath your toes. The cuisine is first rate, but surprisingly affordable. And don’t get me started on the epic breakfast selection each morning…
Kandima Resort Dhaalu Atoll
Recommended by Tracey, PackthePJs
Kandima is a brand new (summer 2017) resort in the Maldives. Located in the Dhaalu atoll, a 45-minutes domestic flight from Male, Kandima is a resort for everyone. It is perfect for families, couples, honeymooners and solo travellers.
Accommodation is varied and includes Sky and Beach Studios, Beach Villas and Aqua Villas. We stayed as a family in a Beach Pool Villa with Jacuzzi. Beautiful accommodation with an outdoor bathroom as well as private infinity pool with views over the pristine lagoon.
For the children they have an amazing kids club, Kandiland, as well as the longest swimming pool in the Maldives – and a full-size pool table! There are lots of activities on offer – from cycling around the island to every water sport imaginable. Boat excursions take you to local islands, or night fishing on the reef, or in search of the amazing spinner dolphins.
There are many dining options – fine dining in the ‘Sea Dragon’ restaurant, ‘Smoked’ steakhouse in the Beach Club, ‘Azure’ for fine, tasty, Mediterranean meals, and ‘Flavour’ and ‘Zest’ for buffet breakfast and lunch.
The ‘Aroma’ coffee shop is the perfect place to relax while the children are in the kids club! Kandima is simply amazing; it is pure paradise with white sands and azure blue sea. The children can’t wait to go back and nor can we!
Recommended by Hannah and Adam, Getting Stamped
We have spent four years travelling non stop and spending over 2 years in Asia. We’ve stayed in some amazing resorts and some not so amazing.
We spent 11 nights at Summer Island Maldives in an over water bungalow, we felt like we were on a honeymoon in the Maldives.
There were days we literally didn’t leave our room all day except to eat. We’d wake up take a few steps from the bed and jump right into the ocean from our balcony.
We’d sit and watch the amazing nightly sunsets from our balcony and at night spend hours watching the fish through our glass floor.
Summer Island has everything you could ask for, great food, amazing beaches, epic infinity pool (great for drone pictures), really good snorkelling right from the shore, and some awesome day trips to nearby sandbars in the middle of the ocean.
We know we’ll be returning, it really is our second home.
Sun Island Resort and Spa Maldives
Recommended by Arnav Mathur, The ETLR Blog
Densely vegetated Islands with picturesque beaches and surrounded by turquoise blue water lagoons – that’s the picture which comes to mind when I think about Maldives.
Paradise – the first thought that came to mind on hearing Maldives, and when I further realized that I would be spending my birthday on the largest island resort in the Maldives, I was literally transcended into an ecstatic state of mind.
This is how 2017 started for me, with a month-long trip to Sun Island Resort and Spa – Maldives, from mid Jan to mid Feb.
Sun Island Resort and Spa is one of the 5 luxury resorts of the Villa Group in the tropical country of Maldives, located in Nalaguraidhoo in the South Ari Atoll, 107 kilometers south of the Malé International Airport.
Sun Island Resort and Spa is the biggest resort in Maldives and its scale comes with unmatchable array of facilities along with very high value for costs.
Being the largest resort island in Maldives, Sun Island Resort and Spa has something for everyone to indulge in, starting from a 4500 sqm world class Spa – ARAAMU Spa, a mini golf course; basketball, volleyball and badminton courts.
A 5 star PADI Dive center – DiveOceanus and a lively watersport centre, a shark feeding area and a sting ray feeding area.
Apa Villa Illuketia Sri Lanka
Recommended by Suruchi, All Gud Things
The Apa Villa Illuketia, a plantation heritage property in Sri Lanka is 200 year old, and a perfect example of the island’s colonial past. It is a blend of contemporary and traditional designs but modernised to the needs and comforts of today.
The Apa villa Illuketia lays 5- 7 kilometres inland in the forests from Galle Fort. The resort sits on 10 acres land and the whole place is Lush green, giving an earthy feel.
There are huge verandha’s with side sittings; pond facing suites, and pool amidst the canopy of thick trees and flowering shrubs. Various types of reptiles and birds roam freely in the premises as they do in the woods.
Currently, this magnificent estate is owned by Hans Johannes Hofer, a renowned German photographer and owner of Travel Insight Guides. You can check him at insightguides.
Hofer too owns another beach side resort Apa Villa Thalpe in Sri Lanka; which is located 5 Kilometres away from Apa Villa Illuketia.
So, if you want to enjoy together, get tranquillised and spend some romantic moments in the lap of nature, then these resorts are an apt place for you. Do check the complete post of The Apa Villa Illuketia.
Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel Nepal
Recommended by Amanda, The Boutique Adventurer
The beautiful Dwarika’s Resort sits at the top of the Kathmandu Valley. This location provides absolutely stunning views. The property makes the most of this with the Zero Point building which provides 360 views across the valley.
Although this is a large property it still feels quite personal and intimate. There is a fabulous spa within the resort. The highlight of my stay here was some of the unique treatments on offer. I experienced a Himalayan singing bowl treatment which was very relaxing. I also spent time in the lovely Himalayan salt room every day. The room glimmers with pink salt and the room provides healing treatments.
Every room has stunning views over the valley. Mine was huge! I also had a massive outdoor terrace. The sheets and towels were all fantastic quality. Meals were enjoyed at Nature’s Flavour restaurant. This was the location for the lovely buffet breakfast as well as a European style menu which changed every evening.
This lovely and unique resort is a once in a lifetime special place to stay – and best enjoyed after one of Nepal’s stunning treks.
Ritz Carlton Hong Kong
Recommended by Ozzy and Jo, Stayopedia
Renowned all over the world as the “World’s Highest Hotel”, Ritz Carlton Hong Kong is a modern upscale hotel that is located within the International Commerce Centre and occupies floors 102 to 118.
A quintessential business hotel, there is no dearth of elegance and opulence here. With breathtaking views of the famous Victoria Harbour it is quite rare for first timers not to go speechless.
Massive, sophisticated and polished rooms feature modern amenities such as wide-screen TVs, iPhone docks, mini-bars, free Wi-Fi, as well as Nespresso machines. Club Level rooms include complimentary snacks and drinks while suites feature additional whirlpool tubs and butler service.
First unique experience is that of being checked in at the lobby which is on the 102nd floor. Next would be the view of the gorgeous Victoria Harbour, gets a little difficult to take your eyes off it. The Club Level access is the ultimate experience in my opinion at the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong.
The amazing staff members starting from the front office to housekeeping makes sure that guests at the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong is always content and satisfied.
Summary – Best Resorts in Asia
We love this diverse range of resorts and travel destinations. I hope they inspire you as much as they inspire us. What is your favourite resort in Asia and what did you love about your stay?
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