The Luxe List 2009

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The world’s tallest hotel. Designer digs outside the Mongolian capital. An 18th-century Sri Lankan manor house reborn. It’s been a busy year for the region’s hotel industry, with what could be a record number of properties opening despite the economic gloom. We’ve checked into the best, and selected 39 to join our annual roundup of Asia-Pacific’s most notable debuts. Read on to discover which places made the cut in terms of style, service, and surrounds. Enjoy this year’s list, and happy travels!


Australia


Cambodia


China


Fiji


India


Indonesia


Malaysia


Mongolia


Philippines


Qatar


Singapore


Sri Lanka


Thailand


Turkey


United Arab Emirates

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