Hotel Deals in Asia

Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta

This opulent, all-suite property with Art Deco–style interiors turned heads when it opened last June in the Indonesian capital. While the opening offer has long since expired, prospective guests can still snap up a major discount with the One Night On Us special. Every paid night in a premier suite is matched with a complimentary second one, and since the offer can be booked back-to-back, half-price stays of four, six, or even eight nights are possible.

The interiors of the Four Seasons Jakarta. All photos are from the properties mentioned.

The interiors of the Four Seasons Jakarta. All photos are from the properties mentioned.

The Andaman Resort, Langkawi

A member of Starwood’s Luxury Collection portfolio, The Andaman in northern Langkawi has an enviable location: tucked between a 10-million-year-old rain forest and a sweeping stretch of white sand on coral-fringed Datai Bay. Now guests can spend more time soaking up its natural surroundings while saving on room rates thanks to the resort’s Stay Longer for Less promotion. Valid through December 22, the deal gets you 40 percent off on the second night, or one complimentary night for any three- and four-night stay.

The Andaman Langkawi

The Andaman Resort, Langkawi

The Peninsula Tokyo

With spacious quarters and sweeping views of the Imperial Palace Gardens, The Peninsula Tokyo’s Grand Premier Park rooms are already a delight, but guests can do even better by upgrading to an executive suite. Available until February 28 next year, these are guaranteed at the time of booking, with a full range of benefits including early check-in and late checkout; complimentary pressing, laundry, and dry cleaning; nonalcoholic drinks from the minibar; and a chauffeur service for trips within a 10-kilometer radius of the hotel.

The Peninsula Tokyo.

The Peninsula Tokyo.

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Heading to the Lion City for the summer holidays? The Mandarin Oriental has rolled out its One More Night deal, offering a free fourth night for stays between June 4 and September 4. Apart from the hotel’s central location on Marina Bay—just a short stroll from a slew of important attractions—city and waterfront views from the rooms are a highlight, as is the selection of restaurants that range from a Morton’s steakhouse to venues dishing up Japanese, Italian, and Cantonese specialties.

Lobby of the Mandarin Oriental in Singapore

Lobby of the Mandarin Oriental in Singapore

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