- 1 Aman Tokyo, Japan
- 2 Keemala Phuket, Thailand
- 3 The Upper House, Hong Kong
- 4 Nihiwatu, Sumba, Indonesia
- 5 JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach, Singapore
- 6 Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, Vietnam
- 7 Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Thailand
- 8 St. Regis Langkawi, Malaysia
- 9 Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia
The Sexiest Suites in Asia
We’re suckers for a sexy suite, and there’s no better place to find one than in Asia's luxe hotels. We round up the raciest of them all.
Aman Tokyo, Japan
Tucked away in the top section of the silvery Otemachi Tower in Tokyo’s upmarket business district, the Aman Tokyo is a master class in sophisticated Japanese design. Mirroring the cathedral-like lobby, the Aman Suite blends washi-paper shoji screens, blonde camphor wood walls, black basalt bathrooms, and smoldering city views to heart-racing effect.
Keemala Phuket, Thailand
This dreamy luxury resort in Phuket is pure fantasy—a veritable Hobbit village of glammed-up clay cottages, sexy safari tents, and cocooning bird's nest villas—but the super-luxe treehouse suites are the true showstoppers. Dangling amid the palm trees like giant Christmas ornaments, each is split over two levels and has romantic bed canopies and private half-moon infinity pools.
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The Upper House, Hong Kong
Clean lines, fabulous minimalist artworks, and smoky-hued furnishings set the mood at this low-key yet ultra-luxurious hotel designed by Hong Kong wunderkind Andre Fu. For the ultimate sexy city stay, bed down in one of the two Penthouse Suites, which have huge sunken bathtubs (complete with REN Moroccan Rose Oil) that look out onto Hong Kong's dazzling skyscrapers.
Nihiwatu, Sumba, Indonesia
Set on the remote Indonesian island of Sumba, a one-hour flight from Bali, this former surfer’s retreat is now home to eleven extraordinary villa estates. For off-the-chart romance, check into Nihi Sumba's spa safari, where guests trek (ride on horseback) through lush green forests to the pristine Nihi Oka peninsula for a stay in a thatched-roof villa with unlimited alfresco spa treatments.
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach, Singapore
Designed by Philippe Starck, the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach is one of Singapore's hippest hotels (just check out the psychedelic ground-floor video installation wall and the sky-high infinity pool.) Stay in the playful Presidential Suite, which is done up in jewel-colored artworks, quirky furnishings, and a sexy mirrored bathroom.
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, Vietnam
The earthy Water Pool Villas at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay are built among giant boulders with wooden steps that lead down to the East Vietnam Sea. Each split-level love nest also has its own free-form plunge pool, indoor/outdoor bathroom, and 'Man Friday' butler to attend to your every whim. At night, set up shop in your own private hammock for some out-of-this-world star gazing.
Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Thailand
The Grand Royal Suite at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok will make your Golden Age of Travel dreams come true. Located in the original 140-year old building, the hotel is filled with dripping chandeliers, Thai silks, and gorgeous objects d'art. At sunset, take in the view of the sun-dappled Chao Phraya River from your private balcony. The cost for such luxury: $10,000 a night.
St. Regis Langkawi, Malaysia
On the emerald-green shores of the Andaman Sea in Malaysia stands the St. Regis Langkawi. The hotel has only suites; some have private pools and tropical gardens, others sweeping terraces and dreamy four-poster beds, but all come with grand ivory bathrooms, marshmallow-soft beds, and a private butler to serve you breakfast in bed.
Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia
The eye-popping white-stone-and-volcanic-rock Alila Uluwatu totters on a cliff above the Indian Ocean in the far south of Bali. Take in the knockout views, then hole up in one of the sleek villa suites with soothing modernist interiors and turquoise-blue private pools.
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