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10 Asian Hotels on High

Banyan Tree, Bangkok

LOFT’s pick of the region’s vertigo-inducing hotels

Hyatt Regency, TST, Hong Kong

Occupying one of the tallest skyscrapers in Kowloon, this hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui’s business district enjoys spectacular views over Victoria Harbour. The building also features the K11 Art Mall, filled with boutiques and fashion stores.

hongkong.tsimshatsui.hyatt.com

Mandarin Oriental, Macau

On the Nape waterfront with views over the sea, this hotel in gambling Mecca Macau is arguably one of the best in town. LOFT recommends Vida Rica Restaurant with a glass wall for your viewing pleasure!

www.mandarinoriental.com

Raffles, Tianjin

Taking up 18 floors of newly opened 53-storey Tianjin Centre – this towering hotel marks Raffles first foray into a ‘Penthouse-style’ operation. Watch the ‘economic growth city of China’ from your stand-alone bath tub on the 58th floor or head for a dinner with a view at SU restaurant.

www.raffles.com

Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

The city is waiting with bated breath for this new opening. It doesn’t open until March next year, but it will be the world’s tallest hotel, soaring from the 102nd floor to the 118th floor of the ICC in Kowloon.

www.ritzcarlton.com

Park Hyatt, Shanghai

Occupying the upper levels of one of the world’s tallest buildings – the Shanghai World Financial Center – this hotel in Pudong has gorgeous rooms overlooking the Huangpu River and a blissful spa ‘Water’s Edge’ that appears to hover among the clouds.

www.parkhyattshanghai.com

Nagoya Marriott Hotel, Japan

Featuring the largest rooms in Nagoya (they claim) – this mammoth hotel in the heart of Japan’s fourth largest city is a cut above its competition.

www.marriott.com

Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore

At turn 9 of the F1 race, this five-star hotel boasts 11 restaurants, 5 bars, 6 tennis courts and 2 swimming pools.

www.swissotel.com

Grand Lisboa, Macau

The architecture of this hotel may not be to everyone’s taste – but it’s certainly unusual. Asia’s ‘finest casino hotel’ is a glitzy, glittering affair, with two Michelin-rated restaurants and 24 hour entertainment.

www.grandlisboa.com

Banyan Tree, Bangkok

Vertigo has to be one of the most impressive restaurants in the world; dine in the open-air 61 floors above the bustling streets of Bangkok and you’ll see why this hotel is a LOFT favourite.

www.banyantree.com

Shangri-la, Taipei

With sweeping views of Taipei 101 and the city skyline, this is an impressive hotel – located in the heart of the business district.

www.shangri-la.com

Hyatt Regency, Hong-KongSwissotel The Stamford, Singapore

Raffles, Tianjin,Ritz-Carlton, HK

Banyan Tree, BangkokShangri-la, TaipeiMandarin Oriental, Macau,

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