“9 Thrilling New Asian Hotels Launching in 2024: Ta’aktana – Labuan Bajo, Janu Tokyo, Kimpton Hong Kong, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, The Singapore Edition, Shangri-La Phnom Penh, Umana Bali, Six Senses Kyoto, Gran Meliaì Nha Trang”

From the Indonesian islands to Singapore’s skyscrapers, here are the newest hotels in Asia to add to your travel list.

In Labuan Bajo, Indonesia, Ta’aktana, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, is set to open at the end of March. Located on the western side of East Nusa Tenggara Province, the hotel consists of overwater villas and serves as an excellent base for exploring the nearby Komodo National Park, home to the indigenous Komodo dragons.

Janu Tokyo, a property from the renowned Aman brand, is set to open in Japan in March 2024. Located in the newly developed Azabudai Hills area, which houses Japan’s tallest building, this new hotspot will feature 122 rooms, eight dining spots, and a wellness centre spanning over 40,000 square feet.

Coming to Hong Kong in July 2024 is the Kimpton Hong Kong. The hotel, which will be located in a 42-floor building with a rooftop infinity pool, will offer views over Victoria Harbour and feature a sleek, stylish design.

The 123-year-old Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi in Vietnam has recently reopened its historic Heritage Wing after a 21-month renovation. The Metropole Heritage Wing now features 103 refreshed rooms that maintain an old-world aesthetic true to its history.

The Singapore Edition opened in November 2023 on the west end of Singapore’s famed Orchard Road. The first Southeast Asian property from the Edition brand, it features 204 rooms. The brand also recently introduced a new property in Japan, The Tokyo Edition Ginza, which is currently in its soft-opening phase.

Set to open at the end of 2024 in the Cambodian capital is the Shangri-La Phnom Penh. The hotel will feature 303 rooms, five dining spots, a spa, and impressive views over the Mekong River.

Umana Bali, LXR Hotels & Resorts, opened in Bali, Indonesia in January 2024. Located on the island’s southernmost tip of Ungasan, the hotel offers cliff-top vistas and direct access to Melasti Beach. Each of the 72 villas comes with a private infinity pool and hot tub.

The Six Senses Kyoto is set to open in Japan’s Higashiyama area in April 2024. The modern and minimalist hotel will be within walking distance of the Myoho-in Temple, the Toyokuni-Jinja Shrine, and the popular Gion district.

Finally, the Gran Meliá Nha Trang, which opened in late December 2023, is located on a private bay in Nha Trang, Vietnam. The hotel features 94 villas and three restaurants serving Vietnamese, Japanese, and Spanish cuisines.

Source: forbes.com

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