The Luxe List
The country’s first entry to the Small Luxury Hotels of the World is a realm of understated sophistication.
Since Shangri-La at the Fort opened, the 576-room hotel has quickly become the most coveted address in Bonifacio Global City.
While there’s no denying the appeal of Art Deco flourishes, Primus Hotel Sydney's highlight is arguably its rooftop.
Extravagant and grandiose, it’s no secret the hotel was built to house dignitaries and heads of state.
With a Moroccan-chic, pastel-toned interior, Fort Bazaar is a true haven within southern Sri Lanka’s historic Galle Fort area.
With palm-dotted grounds, sweeping views, and all-frills villas, it's little wonder that this resort has helped put Tangalle on the map.
The hotel occupies a prime site on the edge of the beautiful Higashiyama mountain range, just a short step from key tourist sites.
The latest in an ever-increasing number of heritage hotels to grace George Town has a more infamous history than most.
Tamil Nadu’s classical arts take center stage at this heritage property, which balances contemporary chic with regional antiques.