The preferred way to stay in Asia
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With over 750 extraordinary and stylish properties across 85 countries in their collection – including Asia’s hottest destinations – Preferred Hotels & Resorts has your next stay in the continent covered.
Distinctive suites and villas that flawlessly merge classic Thai influences with debonair, Art Deco design is what The Siam is known for. Located in the heart of the Thai capital, Bangkok, this award-winning boutique hotel is utterly unique.
You’ll also find another hotel in in the bustling centre: The Landmark Bangkok, a lead contender for best luxury hotel on famous Sukhumvit Road. Browse the colourful markets for rare trinkets or take a train into Terminal 21 for some shopping before retreating to this regal hotel.
Check out our review of The Siam here.
Staying at The Leela Palace in Udaipur is like stepping through a window into the 16th-century city’s regal past. From stately architecture to opulent guestrooms and world-class service, the hotel showcases the best of Indian culture and hospitality.
Further north, The Imperial New Delhi offers a similar taste of a bygone era. Look beyond its pink and white façade to find awe-inspiring heritage, interwoven with colonial elegance inside. From here, you can easily immerse yourself in Delhi’s colourful old city and the wide, calm boulevards of swanky New Delhi.
Just steps away from Tokyo‘s top spots lies an urban emerald oasis. Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, with its lush Meiji-era flower gardens, cherry trees, hot springs, a stunning three-storey pagoda and a century-old tea house, is the ideal place to base yourself, to explore or simply relax.
At Hotel New Otani Tokyo, affectionately known as ‘The Main’, waterfalls, lagoons and a Japanese garden with a 400-year-old history set the scene for a wonderfully memorable stay.
If Singapore is on your itinerary, head straight to The Fullerton Hotel – a stunning 400-room heritage hotel in the heart of the city’s financial and arts districts. Once the General Post Office, it was gazetted as a national monument in 2015.
Meanwhile, for dazzling bayside views, The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore’s vibrant heritage precinct juts out over Marina Bay; think private decks, infinity jacuzzis and rooftop bars.
The Fullerton Hotel Sydney
The Fullerton Hotel Sydney opens to the public on 18 October. Housed in the city’s former General Post Office, this is the Fullerton Hotels & Resorts’ first collaboration with Preferred Hotels & Resorts.