There are Hyatt properties all over the world, from North America to Western Europe to the Caribbean. So wherever adventure takes you in Asia, there’s most likely a Hyatt Group property where you can rest for the night. The Hyatt Group is known around the world for delivering excellent hospitality, so here are some of its most unique properties in Asia.
1. The Luang Say Residence in Luang Prabang, Laos (Small Luxury Hotels of the World)
This French colonial–inspired hotel is surrounded by beautiful blooms and greenery to match the tropical allure of Luang Prabang, a UNESCO heritage city. This boutique hotel is part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, which World of Hyatt members can earn/redeem points at. The property is the perfect place to rest after embarking on a variety of adventures, including a cruise along the Mekong river, elephant trekking, and waterfall exploration. Upon your return, you can imbibe in the 1861 Bar where colonial-era furnishings and decor help create an intimate vibe.
2. Gaya Island Resort in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia (Small Luxury Hotels of the World)
This sprawling resort is located on an island that can only be reached by boat, making this destination a truly incredible getaway. Gaya Island Resort is made for nature lovers since it’s situated within the protected Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Guests can learn about conservation programs that protect the local wildlife and marine life, including the sea turtle rescue and coral reef restoration. Other amenities found on the property include several restaurants, an infinity pool with floating cabanas, and a private beach only a five-minute boat ride away. This Small Luxury Hotels of the World property is available to World of Hyatt members to earn/redeem points at.
3. Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa in Hadahaa, Maldives
With scuba diving, snorkelling, and white sand beaches all just steps away, a reservation at the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa won’t come with any regrets. Located on the island of Hadahaa, this retreat is aesthetically pleasing from any angle and is entirely surrounded by unspoilt house reefs. Guests can choose from a variety of villas, including overwater bungalows, land villas with a private pool, and water villas with infinity pools.
4. Jinmao Hotel Lijiang in Lijiang, China (Unbound Collection)
As part of Hyatt’s Unbound Collection, the Jinmao Hotel Lijiang offers a truly one-of-a-kind stay with marvellous views of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain. Located in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Lijiang, the hotel features guestrooms that are warm and inviting thanks to timber beams, traditional Chinese wood furniture, and tribal-style rugs typical of ancient homes of the Naxi people. Plus, it’s the only hotel in the city that has private balconies.
5. Keemala in Phuket, Thailand (Small Luxury Hotels of the World)
Phuket is a popular destination in Thailand thanks to its gorgeous sunsets, beautiful beaches, and buzzing nightlife. There’s also another reason to hit up Phuket: the stunning Keemala resort which is part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World and is accessible to World of Hyatt members. Situated away from the main traffic, the resort offers a rainforest getaway with 38 unique villas that include their own private pool and terrace. The most fascinating part of this resort is the weirdly wonderful accommodations. The tree pool houses, for example, feature a pool inside something resembling a giant tree trunk.
6. Nam Nghi Phu Quoc in Phu Quoc, Vietnam (Unbound Collection)
Phu Quoc is an island south of the Cambodian coast and it’s often visited by expats and tourists who are looking for the ultimate escape. Aside from soaking up the sun, visitors can check out the reefs, kayak in the bays, and tour the island by motorbike. Part of Hyatt’s Unbound Collection, Nam Nghi Phu Quoc is one of the most luxurious properties on the island with oceanfront villas perched directly over the shore. It’s also got an incredible outdoor swimming pool and an exclusive lounge/club located on its own island.
7. Viceroy Bali in Ubud, Bali (Small Luxury Hotels of the World)
Once voted the number one resort in the world by Conde Nast Traveler, Viceroy Bali does not disappoint. Part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, World of Hyatt members can earn/redeem points at this amazing property. The boutique hotel’s 25 villas are tucked away in Bali’s mountain foothills with views of the Petanu River. Guests have their choice of accommodations, from a 200-square-meter villa with a private garden and outdoor pool to a 400-square-meter villa with marble bathrooms and a private heated outdoor pool. The property also houses two restaurants, a spa, and a valley-top infinity pool.
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