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PuLi Hotel and Spa
Shanghai has some of the best hotels in the world – and the PuLi Hotel and Spa is definitely one of them. The flagship of the new Urban Resort Concepts group, this 26-story tower provides an urban feel, and the sophisticated interiors of the guest rooms, with their clean lines and muted colors, point towards the PuLi’s city origins. In addition to cutting-edge design and views of Shanghai’s skyline and nearby JingAn Park, the hotel offers an extensive wellness centre and spa, ready to pamper any weary traveller.
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Hong Kong, China
The first boutique hotel in Asia opened by celebrity designer Philippe Starck, JIA blends comfort and luxury to provide the perfect balance between a cozy home and a sleek hotel. With a prevailing white tone, teak floors, and soft lighting, each room functions as a serviced apartment, fully furnished and equipped with a kitchen and dining room. Located in Causeway Bay, the shopping and entertainment district on Hong Kong Island, JIA gives an authentic edge to modern living.
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Situated right in the funky Little India neigbourhood, the Wanderlust offers a welcome contrast to Singapore’s rather conservative hotel scene. The four floors of this boutique hotel have each been designed by different design firms, and uniformity was clearly not part of the job description. With daring styles varying from neon riot to live-in installation art, this is not accommodation for the conservative traveller. But for those wishing to expand the edges of their comfort zones, staying at the Wanderlust will be a real experience.
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Named after Reykjavik's most fashionable postal code, this contemporary-style boutique hotel is the given choice for any design-craving traveller visiting the Icelandic capital this Spring. Housed in what used to be the home of the Social Democratic party, bureaucracy has now been replaced with creativity. The 21st century designs are tastefully minimalistic in black and white, with open plans and sleek Nordic furniture. A glass roof over the lounge affords a view of a permanent mural installation, and the 101 Gallery shows rotating exhibitions of works by top Icelandic artists.
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