From the twenty-four king palms that lead up to the dazzling white entrance, to the marvellous mélange of classic and contemporary decor in its interiors, The Imperial hotel stands as a monument to architect, Edwin Lutyens’ grand vision of India’s new capital city, New Delhi.
Cambodia’s city of Siem Reap is a hotspot for couples wanting to explore the Angkor area, and the Le Meridien Angkor is the perfect hotel to base yourself for this.
All-inclusive luxury in one of the most jaw-droppingly scenic areas of China.
When you think of Shanghai, chances are tranquillity is not the first thing that jumps to mind. But for guests of Banyan Tree Shanghai on the Bund, the frenetic pace of one of the world’s most crowded cities – there are 24 million people living here – seems a million miles away.
When The Ritz-Carlton opened in Macau this year, it heralded the start of a new era. As the group’s first all-suite property anywhere in the world, it is a huge vote of confidence for Macau. Situated at The Galaxy, an integrated leisure and entertainment precinct that’s a destination within a destination, guests have dozens of restaurants and bars, world-class shopping, movies, and an aquatic adventure park all at their doorstep. Less than two months from opening day, reviewers on TripAdvisor have voted the hotel Macau’s best. Given that Macau offers a staggering number of luxury hotels, this is quite an achievement in such a short time.
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