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Unique Asian Hotels

Unique Asian Hotels redefine the standard of hospitality, offering an unparalleled blend of luxury, culture, and innovation. From the bustling metropolises of Kyoto and India to the serene hideaways of Thailand and the Maldives, each property exudes its own distinctive charm. With exceptional amenities, world-class cuisine, and a deep respect for local traditions, Unique Asian Hotels promise an unforgettable stay that transcends the ordinary.

Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort – Chiang Saen, Thailand

Perched on a jungle ridge in northern Thailand overlooking the border with Myanmar and Laos, Anantara Golden Triangle immerses you in once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Wake up with Elephants in our unique transparent Jungle Bubbles. Rest in luxurious accommodations: a Deluxe Three-Country View Room, Three-Country View Suite, or Three-Country View Family Suite.

Aman-i-Khas – Rajasthan, India

Aman-i-Khás, an impeccable resort at the edge of world-renowned Ranthambore park, invites guests to go on a safari into the park in search of tigers and leopards, and enjoy the rustic luxury of its stylish tent accommodations, complete with bathroom, bedroom, and dining area. The park is a wildlife sanctuary and home to thousands of creatures, including more than 350 species of birds.

Burj Al Arab Jumeirah – Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The legendary sail-shaped silhouette of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is more than just a stunning hotel – it is an icon of Dubai. Rising from a man-made island, 280 meters from the shores of the renowned Jumeirah Beach and designed to resemble the graceful sails of an Arabian dhow, it soars to a height of 321 meters, dominating Dubai’s coastline.

The Ultimate Travelling Camp – New Delhi, India

Nomadic living takes a decidedly luxurious turn with The Ultimate Travelling Camp. This modern-day luxury presents itself in the most remote locations in India. Enjoy glamping in stylishly appointed, air-conditioned tents, and tended to by personal valets.

Hoshinoya Kyoto – Kyoto, Japan

For a perfect illustration of inyodo – Japanese feng shui – turn to HOSHINOYA Kyoto. Set in the scenic Arashiyama district and accessible by a leisurely boat ride along the Oigawa River, this tranquil, 25-room resort is fashioned in the style of a traditional ryokan (Japanese inn) and exudes a sense of pure ease and relaxation.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island – Ari Atoll, Maldives

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is an exotic playground full of possibilities. Seriously, does it get more over the top than the world’s first undersea residence? The other 150 villas and suites are equally surreal with private sun terraces, plunge pools, and stairs leading straight into the Indian Ocean.

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