3 Exciting Hotel & Resort Reopenings in Asia

Guests can expect a new facade, refreshed rooms and villas, revamped facilities, and more.

Photo: The Datai Langkawi

1. The Datai Langkawi
Ten months after embarking on the biggest overhaul of its 25-year history, this beloved Malaysian resort is slated to reopen in July with enhanced rooms and villas, a nature center, and beachside fitness facilities.

More information here.

Photo: The Oberoi, New Delhi

2. The Oberoi, New Delhi
A just-completed multimillion-dollar transformation led by designer Adam D. Tihany has given one of Delhi’s top hotels a contemporary new look, with fewer but larger rooms and a dazzling rooftop bar.

More information here.

Photo: Hyatt Regency Bali

3. Hyatt Regency Bali

Closed since 2013, this classic Balinese property (it first opened in 1973 as the Hyatt Bali) will finally reveal the latest version of itself in the third quarter of 2018.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the February/March 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“100 Essential Experiences”).

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