10 of the most luxurious new hotels in Asia have been revealed for the year 2023

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Asia is looking forward to an important year for travel, after most countries in the region have ended entry restrictions related to “Covid-19” or are in the process of fully reopening their doors to foreigners.

Not only that, a group of new luxury hotels are opening their doors here and there in the region.

From remote luxury lodges in the Himalayas to ambitious urban sanctuaries, here are 10 hotels and resorts set to open in Asia in 2023.

Andaz Pattaya Hotel, Jomtien Beach

Andaz Pattaya Hotel, Jomtien Beach, plain_textCredit: Andaz Pattaya

About a 90-minute drive south of the Thai capital, Bangkok, South Pattaya is ready to welcome a new hotel.

Opening in February 2023, Andaz Pattaya will have all the ingredients for a great vacation, from beach access, Thai-inspired architecture, six restaurants and a spa.

Whether you stay in a teak villa or a beachfront suite, all 204 rooms have bright and airy interiors, with a spacious balcony.

While staying at the hotel, guests can swim in three pools, relax on the beach and enjoy farm-to-table dining.

Bulgari Hotel Tokyo

Japan
Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, plain_textCredit: Bulgari Hotel

And the hotel scene in Tokyo is about to get even more luxurious. The Bvlgari Hotel Tokyo will open in the spring of 2023 and will span the top seven floors of a new skyscraper located near the glamorous Ginza district and the Imperial Palace.

Designed by Italian architecture firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, the hotel will have 98 rooms and suites – including the opulent Bulgari Suite on the 45th floor, which promises stunning views of the city and the concept of La dolce vita (the sweet life). reflect. with exquisite craftsmanship Art and decoration.

In another nod to the sophisticated Italian lifestyle, Bulgari Hotel Tokyo will be home to a 25-meter indoor pool and some delicious dining concepts.

Cap Karoso Hotel, Indonesia

Indonesia
Cap Karoso Hotel, Indonesia, plain_textCredit: Cap Caroso

And for those who love Bali but long for a slower pace of life, Sumba may be the perfect destination.

Located about an hour east of Bali by plane, this pristine island boasts beautiful lagoons, coral reefs, jungles, mountains and soon a beautiful new resort called Cap Karoso, which will open in early 2023.

By championing society and nature, founders Fabrice and Evgenia Ivarra hope to make a positive impact with this project.

For example, the couple sought input from the indigenous Sumba community throughout the process, committing to 80% local employment, 50% solar energy and reduced air conditioning needs through smart design and green spaces.

The hotel will have 47 rooms and 20 villas that will blend harmoniously into the landscape, with many local touches.

Four Seasons Hotel, Sogo

China
Four Seasons Hotel, Sogo, plain_textCredit: Four Seasons Hotel Suzhou

Mainland China may not yet be open to foreign tourism, but the central government recently eased domestic COVID-19 measures, which could signal a full reopening later this year.

When China reopens to tourism, travelers will once again be able to explore the country’s great cultural treasures.

And in late 2023, Four Seasons will add a charming option in Suzhou, about half an hour by train from Shanghai.

One of the famous canal cities in eastern China, Suzhou is known for its extensive network of ancient stone bridges spanning tranquil canals, UNESCO-listed classical gardens and historic temples.

Four Seasons Hotel boasts the city’s modern side, on a 22-hectare private island in the heart of Jinji Lake in the thriving business district.

In addition to the 200 rooms, suites and villas, the hotel will ensure that guests will not miss a thing with a luxury spa, lush gardens, indoor and outdoor pools, kids’ clubs and a jogging track that surrounds the island.

Innit Lombok Hotel, Indonesia

Indonesia
Innit Lombok Hotel, Indonesia, plain_textCredit: Innit Lombok

And for those looking for a tropical beach life combined with sophisticated modern design, the Innit Lombok may inspire a trip to Indonesia.

Located on a 250 meter private beach in Ikas Bay along the southeast coast of neighboring Bali, the resort aims to offer a beachfront retreat with idyllic experiences.

People can walk along the Segara Anak Crater on Mount Rinjani and discover magnificent waterfalls, or stay on the coast for surfing, canoeing, fishing or visiting local villages.

Scheduled to open in phases from early 2023, Innit Lombok will have three distinct zones: 7 beach houses, an elevated hotel with 26 suites with sea views and 27 private hillside residences.

Regent of Hong Kong

Hong Kong
Regent Hong Kong Hotel, plain_textCredit: Regent Hong Kong

And in Hong Kong, a luxury hotel will soon return to its roots.

Located on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, The Regent Hong Kong opened in 1980 and has been regarded as one of the best hotels in the area for the past two decades.

Renamed InterContinental Hong Kong in 2001, the hotel continued to thrive for many years in its prestigious location, steps away from major landmarks such as the Avenue of Stars, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the luxury shops along Nathan Road.

Two years ago, the hotel closed to undergo renovations to restore the property to its former glory with a simple, refined aesthetic envisioned by Hong Kong-born architect and designer Chi Wing Lo.

In 2023, the hotel will resurface and return under the name “Regent Hong Kong”.

The hotel’s 497 rooms and suites will exude a sense of comfort and calm, thanks to their neutral colors, bathtubs and daybeds that look out the window to enjoy the horizon of Hong Kong Island.

Shinta Mani Musntag, Nepal

Nepal
Shinta Mani Musntag, Nepal, plain_textCredit: Shinta Mani Mustang

And in May 2023, the Mustang brand will welcome one of its first luxury properties, the all-inclusive Shinta Mani Mustang Collection.

Designed by sustainable hospitality pioneer Bill Bensley, the remote mountain lodge plans to immerse travelers in the beautiful landscapes and cultures of the Himalayas by embracing local materials and maximizing the magical scenery.

Across 29 suites, Bensley has incorporated materials such as wood, slate and stone from the Tibetan Plateau, along with colorful textiles and reclaimed furniture that add authenticity to each space.

Edition Singapore

Japan
Tokyo edition, plain_textCredit: Nicholas Koenig

Edition Hotels aims to immerse guests in experiences of creativity, craftsmanship and luxury.

Like all Edition Hotels around the world, Edition Hotels Singapore will offer an intriguing contemporary design and first-class dining experience.

The 190-room hotel will be located in the heart of Singapore’s luxury shopping district, with easy access to restaurants, entertainment venues and cultural destinations.

In addition to the luxurious rooms and ideal location, the hotel plans to open five stylish restaurants and bars, a rooftop pool, spa and fitness center.

This year will see the opening of the Tokyo edition, which is expected to welcome its first guests by the summer.

Six Senses Kanuhura Maldives Resort

the moldive islands
Six Senses Kanuhura Maldives Resort , plain_textCredit: Six Senses Kanuhura

Known for its eco-friendly luxury designs and sustainability-minded wellness programs, Six Senses has captured the hearts of the nature-loving elite since the brand’s debut in Thailand in 1995.

Travelers can expect another stunning debut this summer when Six Senses Kanuhura becomes the brand’s second hotel in the Maldives following a comprehensive renovation of an existing resort.

It is located across three private islands in the secluded Lhaviyani Atoll subdivision, about a 40-minute seaplane ride north of the capital, Male. Six Senses Kanuhura Maldives will make luxury dreams come true with 92 overwater villas and dedicated family suites.

The Standard, Singapore

The Standard Hotel Singapore is expected to open in late 2023.

Under the supervision of the Ministry of Design and the Chief Design Officer of The Standard, Hotel Singapore is likely to be as colorful and colorful as other The Standard hotels around the world.

After checking into one of the 143 lively rooms, guests can take a dip in the elegant infinity pool surrounded by tropical gardens, or enjoy the creative atmosphere at one of the hotel’s restaurants or bars.

Leave a Comment