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10 Hip Hotels in Thailand

Thailand has a lot to offer the discerning traveller, including breathtaking beaches, the energy of Bangkok form the pounding nightclubs, screaming traffic, gleaming shopping centres, and glorious luxury hotels. Thailand encompasses so much, and is often referred to as a golden land, not because there is precious metal underfoot but because the country gives off a certain lustre, be it the fertile rice fields of the central plains, white sandy beaches or the warm hospitality of its people.

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    • Cool in climate, cool in appearance, this hotel is an unashamedly modern and quintessentially luxurious addition to a historic Thai city. Private courtyards, open balconies, breathtaking views… each room provides a vista outside and a slice of Thai modern on the inside. The terrace bar and lounge on the second floor adds a premium wine list and a cigar menu to the usual cocktails.

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    • The dramatic contrast of a thoroughly modern compound in an age-old historic city.
    • The unexpected luxury of all the mod cons in a place that is amongst the most remote in Asia.
    • Daring contemporary style framed by dazzling natural beauty.

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    £1,339 per person

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    • Luxury spa, dining and Thai cookery school retreat set within an elephant camp, overlooking South East Asia's Golden Triangle. Traditional wood carvings combined with teak floors and Thai silks make each guest room and suite a fabulous compliment to the stunning balcony views. An open fireplace, drinks & cocktail menu and lazy lounging areas make the Elephant Bar and Opium Terrace the place to be no matter what the time of day.

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    • Fabulous hilltop location overlooking the Golden Triangle, Laos and Myanmar.
    • A unique chance to learn about the conservation of Asian elephants within their natural habitat.
    • Loads of activities, including cookery lessons, nature treks, elephant safaris and travels up the Mekong.

    Prices from:

    £939 per person

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    • Rising unobstructed above the metropolis; sleep with a view, dine with a view, enjoy your sundowners with a view and then head out to explore the fascinating sites of Bangkok. Contemporary Thai styling and plenty of space, choose your room according to which view you prefer. Moon Bar will take your breath away, it’s a Bangkok experience not to be missed.

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    • Spectacular views of the city and the river.
    • Rooftop bar and restaurant 61 floors above the metropolis.
    • Renowned Banyan Tree spa.

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    £965 per person

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    • As a guest at Banyan Tree Koh Samui, you’ll get the feeling you’ve arrived on your very own paradise island. This all-villa resort offers the ultimate in luxury accommodation. Kick back with a hand-crafted cocktail at the pool bar and simply watch the world go by.

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    • 78 luxurious all-pool villas.
    • Award-winning Rainforest Spa.
    • Intimate and secluded, perfect for a relaxing romantic retreat.

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    £2,159 per person

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    • The serene open air lobby where guests are served a welcome cocktail neatly sums up Indigo Pearl’s ambience i.e. funky and blue. A combination of industrial textures and tones expressed in traditional Thai patterns, and a modernity which has a focus on the colour indigo. The authenticity of the inspiration can be found in the billiard room bar Tongkah Tin Syndicate, which not too long ago was still one of the mine’s surveyor sheds.

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    • Luxury spa.
    • Extensive recreation activities.
    • Sensational Scuba diving.
    • Book early for Easter15
    • Book early for Summer15
    • Read more about this hotel to see the offers

    Prices from:

    £999 per person

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    • The Metropolitan is a heady combination of cool contemporary with reinvented tradition. Beautiful wooden floors are combined with pieces by Thai artist Natee Utarit and an ultra-slick lighting scheme from London’s Isometrix. The rooms are like lofts; open-plan and flooded with light Order a Tom Yumtini or Pineapple Martini, signature drink  designed by the hotel’s famous sister Met Bar in London.

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    • Try Nahm restaurant, some of the best food available in Bangkok or a cocktail at the Met Bar.
    • Glow Restaurant, showcases healthy, natural and organic COMO Shambhala cuisine.
    • COMO Shambhala Spas have built up a reputation as one of the best in Asia.

    Prices from:

    £699 per person

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    • Six Senses is the embodiment of a new kind of hotel. The focus is on space, privacy and personal indulgence. At the Six Senses Samui there are only villas. The resort is made up of a stunning collection of bamboo-clad villas, most with their own infinity-edge swimming pool looking out over the Andaman Sea below. The restaurant and bar are open pavilions deriving their aesthetic from the communal longhouses of traditional river communities.

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    • The award-winning Dining on the Rocks.
    • Holistic Asian Spa.
    • All-villa resort with stunning views.
    • November offer to Samui
    • Read more about this hotel to see the offers

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    £1,449 per person

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    • A lost world all of your own with a much better view. Every guest gets a compound, not a room.  You have your own swimming pool and outdoor living area, a huge open-plan bedroom and bath space, all dominated by that singularly spectacular view. The bar is on a little island surrounded by lotus pools, just above the island’s beach.

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    • The most spectacular view.
    • The most exquisite collection of uninhabited islands this side of Tahiti.
    • The rustic romance of escaping Robinson Crusoe style.

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    £2,199 per person

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    • A blindingly pristine compound of white bungalows surrounded by white jungle arranged around a startlingly white beach. Each guest gets an individual bungalow. There's a bar on the beach, and there is an even smarter bar adjacent to the pool.

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    • A beautiful serene Thai island with enormous spa, fine dining and 85 fabulous villas.
    • Coral reef and thriving marine life plus biking, tennis, hiking and canoes.
    • Expansive spa with Thai specialities and yoga and fitness for complete rejuvenation.

    Prices from:

    £1,279 per person

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    • The W has raised the bar in terms of style, space and amenities. A Round tub is set against a mosaic feature wall that opens up to the private lap pool that runs the length of the villa. The choices at The W, Samui seem to be divided between drinking for pleasure and drinking for health and wellbeing.

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    • Big, private villa.
    • Even bigger private pool.
    • Best location on the island.

    Prices from:

    £2,299 per person

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