More and more premium hotels are opening every year, and each time, they get more interesing, better and more beautiful than the last. The 5 new getaways on this list differ slightly because while they’re keeping up (or superceeding) on the luxury front, they maintain a level of uniqueness. Just like the Bawah Island, it’s not something to be missed.
Pentahotel Hong Kong, Tuen Mun promises modern technology features and uncomplicated service for stylish, independent-minded business and leisure travelers. The result is a mix of fun with functionality, comfort with creativity, and style with simplicity.
Pentahotel Hong Kong, Tuen Mun offers ready access to seafood markets, heritage sites and Buddhist monasteries, shopping and leisure attractions and popular local eateries. Guests will be able to enjoy a unique alternative to Hong Kong’s urban landscape at nearby beaches, hiking and biking trails. The hotel will offer airport and citywide transfer services for quick and easy access to Macau, Shenzhen Bay and Hong Kong International Airport.
Mandala House, Canguu, Bali is one of Bali, and Asia’s, newest and most stunning villas – an architectural marvel in Canggu’s hippest hood – Berawa. Handcrafted interiors from top to bottom and painstaking design ensuring the villa is perfectly positioned to make your next holiday the best you’ve ever had.
Designed and built by an F&B group from Singapore/Bali – The Mandala House has hospitality at its core, from the five individually designed king-sized suites, from the swim up bar to the huge open designer kitchen, the basement cinema or the one-of-a-kind glass-bottomed pool, you’ll find jaw dropping features at every turn. The Mandala House is available now with daily rates from USD$1,000-1,500 for exclusive use.
Bali’s most lively and storied village is welcoming the world’s most neighbourhood-centric brand in July 2017, with the opening of Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach. In a village that captures the ancient and modern zeitgeist of Bali in all its colour, energy and lively tradition, curious travellers are the new savvy individualists.
As a destination, Bali has always delighted guests with its ability to embrace the modern and traditional with a stylish and youthful zest — and nowhere is this more apparent than in Seminyak, a neighbourhood where the ocean breeze blends a fusion of village gamelan and modern house music.
Bawah Island has been developed to inspire guests to get reacquainted with their ‘true nature’ by inviting them to explore the islands and leave with a renewed sense of purpose. Immersing in experiences harmonious with nature, explorers can encounter flourishing species of corals, turtles and iridescent schools of fish, or step foot in Bawah’s primary forest that has never been cut or burnt.
Bawah’s 35 eco-designed suites are enveloped in lush scenery, with 21 Beach Suites offering breathtaking sea views, 11 Over Water Bungalows giving stunning dawn to dusk vistas and 3 Garden Suites shrouded by idyllic, natural scenes. Each accommodation features a beautifully appointed bedroom, spacious bathroom and a relaxing outdoor living area with incredible views across the lagoon.
This new beachfront hotel by ONYX Hospitality Group, is prominently situated on the Colombo-Galle main road and offers easy access to nearby attractions including Galle Fort, the largest remaining fortress in Asia built by the Europeans, and Unawatuna and Hikkaduwa, popular destinations for water sports such as scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing and kite surfing. Sri Lanka’s international airport in Colombo is about two and a half hours away by car.