Hidden Boutique Hotels & Resorts

Sourcing accommodation for your event or a vacation takes a lot of time to get it right. More than often it’s quicker, and less frustrating to get yourself on skyscanner.com, set a few filters and book the first one with the averagely pretty profile picture. We have a travelling rule; to try and seek out those boutique businesses and local treasures, with charm that’s yet to be discovered. Here’s our current curation of 2017 hidden places to stay across EMEA & Asia.

The Upper House, Hong Kong

The Upper House Hong Kong Island is located at prestigious Pacific Place on Hong Kong Island, occupying the top twelve floors of a fifty story skyscraper. A new style of hotel – luxurious, chic, contemporary and minimalist, with the emphasis on space, light, and individual service.

Bawah Private Island, Indonesia

Bawah Private Island is regarded as one of the hottest places for a private retreat to a wedding to incentive trip for your team. Located just 150 nautical miles north east of Singapore, and easily accessible via private seaplane, this untouched beauty of 6 islands will open a whole new destination for discerning travellers.

Villa Samadhi, Singapore

Converted from a colonial-era garrison, Villa Samadhi Singapore features an excellent mix of cozy creature comforts and an escape from civilisation. Situated at Labrador Nature Reserve, the hotel allows guests a luxurious stay amidst verdant greenery.

Masseria Le Carrube, Ostuni, Italy

The tiny Pugliese town of Ostuni is home to a romantic former farmhouse, complete with whitewashed exposed brick, antique furnishings, lovely garden with a wide, arched pergola—and an authentic olive mill.

Pulitzer Amsterdam, Netherlands

A stay at the Pulitzer is a historical discovery with a long and illustrious heritage dating back to the Golden Age. The hotel is set within twenty-five restored 17th and 18th century houses that once set the scene for prosperous business deals between trade merchants and played home to the decadent and flamboyant lives of Dutch aristocrats.

Il Sereno Lake Como, Italy

il Sereno Lago di Como will bring the cutting-edge look of top Milan designer Patricia Urquiola to the lakeside. From its 37 suites and villas to a waterfront restaurant and custom Riva water limousine, the Spanish-born designer’s creation will look unlike any of the neighbouring properties.

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