With a slew of luxury hotels planned for 2024, Asia is fast becoming the tourism destination of choice for luxury travellers across the globe.
Scheduled to open its doors in Q3 2024, The Ritz-Carlton Bangkok is one of the most eagerly anticipated luxury hotels. Nestled within the expansive One Bangkok territory, this hotel will boast 259 accommodations, including rooms, suites, and the lavish Ritz-Carlton Suite. With four dining venues and the signature Ritz-Carlton Spa, it's destined to redefine luxury in the heart of Bangkok.
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One of the world's safest nations, Japan is constantly on the radar of luxury travellers, and the addition of Four Seasons Hotel Osaka would certainly make waves. Set to grace the skies of Osaka in August 2024; the opulent hotel will make part of the One Dojima Project skyscraper. With 175 guest rooms and suites exuding Japanese elegance, including tatami rooms, this luxurious hotel will add a new dimension to Osaka's vibrant culinary scene.
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Debuting with much fanfare is UAE's first over-water villas luxury hotel. Lucky for you, The Anantara Mina Al Arab Ras Al Khaimah Resort has already opened its doors. Inspired by the Maldives, the resort offers an eco-luxury experience amidst natural mangroves, the Arabian Gulf, and stunning villas with private plunge pools. Six restaurants and bars, water sports, leisure facilities, and the Anantara Spa promise unrivalled indulgence.
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Presenting with mystery and serenity, the Banyan Tree Dongguan Songshan Lake is a traditional-style sanctuary amidst lakes and mountains. Located in Guangdong province in South China, the sanctuary houses 141 rooms, 18 villas, the Banyan Tree Spa, and more. Visitors can anticipate luxury five-star facilities like the Banyan Tree Spa, Banyan Tree Gallery, two restaurants, Rangers Club for kids, lakeside infinity pool, yoga room and gym.
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Drawing inspiration from the coral reefs that encompass Qatar, the Rosewood Doha is set to rise with two sky-high towers housing 155 guest rooms, 162 serviced apartments, and 276 residences. Culinary offerings, including a Mediterranean restaurant, a cigar lounge, and more, aim to redefine luxury in Doha.
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The Standard Hotel expands its footprint to Singapore, making a mark on Orange Grove Road, close to the famed Orchard Road. Scheduled to open in Q1 2024, this ground-up hotel promises an array of international and local retail shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
In February 2024, The Lana by The Dorchester Collection marks the prestigious brand's debut in the Middle East, standing tall in Dubai's Business Bay area and the Dubai Canal. With eight luxurious venues, including concepts by Michelin-starred chef Martín Berasategui and star chef Jean Imbert, it promises an unparalleled dining experience.