With six recent hotel openings in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines, BWH℠ Hotels continues to expand rapidly in Asia.
From upmarket beachfront hotels to sleek city havens ideal for extended breaks, Best Western Hotels & Resorts are reaching new heights in Southeast Asia.
Off the main drag of Silom’s leisure paradise, Best Western Click Sathorn 11 Bangkok hides in a quiet residential area. Yet, it’s centrally located in Sathorn’s financial district, steps from the BTS SkyTrain station Saint Louis, Bangkok’s riverside, and a globetrotting selection of restaurants.
The prime location aside, this 119-room hotel features modern amenities like Smart TVs, so people can duplicate the entire screens of their smartphones or watch their favourite films and TV shows. Marble accents and padded headboards fit into BWH Hotels’ brand, and paintings of classic old-timer cars add to the outward appeal.
Complete with an on-site restaurant and outdoor swimming pool, Best Western Click Sathorn 11 Bangkok is one of the best hotels in Bangkok for holidaymakers and business travellers.
The very first BW Signature Collection hotel in Pattaya, The Sanctuary Resort Pattaya is snuggled against the shores of Jomtien. Tourists can look forward to unbroken sea views, lap up the sun by the pool beds, or go for a refreshing swim in tranquillity.
The Sanctuary sits in a top location near world-class golf courses, night markets and spas, plus waterparks featuring hair-raising slides.
One of the best family hotels in Pattaya, this 164-room hotel caters for families with spacious living areas and bunk beds for kids. On-site facilities for adults include a rooftop bar and gym, and youngsters love Oceana – a restaurant with an aquarium where sharks glide through water.
A sight to behold, Alhambra Hotel beckons from afar with its domed building, possibly inspired by an Indian temple. Planted in the heart of West Java’s Mount Galunggung area, this luxury hotel is framed by dramatic volcanoes and lush green sceneries. But not just the panoramic views from the 116 rooms and suites fascinate tourists. People also stay at the Alhambra Hotel because of the 1,000-delegate convention hall, perfect for weddings and conferences between Tasikmalaya City and Kampung Naga village.
The past-present fusion design of this posh Nha Trang hotel catches one’s eye. Vintage couches and chandeliers meet velvet chairs and polished marble, golden accents add elegance, and floor-to-ceiling windows reflect on the shiny ceramic tile flooring.
Whether travellers slump into one of the blue armchairs or order a drink at the bar, the lobby flooded with natural light sets the tone for a relaxing stay.
The mix of rustic and glamorous elements continues in the 335 spacious rooms and suites that look over the bay. From the hardwood floors and padded headboards to the marble-surfaced wood drawers – earth colours create a cosy atmosphere.
People can choose between 31-sqm Superior Rooms and 218-sqm Presidential Suites. No matter their preference, Best Western Premier Marvella Nha Trang is one of the best luxury hotels in Vietnam. Complete with a 3D Golf simulator and kids’ club, a spa and gym, plus a sky-brushing infinity pool, BWP is keen to facilitate work-health balance in one of the country’s most dynamic tourism destinations.
There’s a creative design brain behind Best Western Plus Metro Clark, one of the best hotels in the Philippines. Halo-shaped lights eye guests from the ceiling as they enter the lobby, making a statement from the get-go. Yet if travellers expect a futuristic approach throughout this property in the centre of Angeles City, they’ll be surprised to find early 19th-century Biedermeier armchairs in The Legend Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant.
That’s only one of three on-site dining options. People can tuck into Japanese food or enjoy crispy buffalo wings, prawns, and pork ribs at the Cactus Jack Smokehouse. Cosy vibes continue in the 186 noble rooms and suites. Whether travellers book a carpeted suite or a room with hardwood floors, marble and golden tones abound.
Ideal for both business and leisure guests, facilities include a gym and event space, plus an outdoor pool overlooking the city, backdropped by Mount Pinatubo.
This BWH hotel sits in the centre of Cebu City near Magellan’s cross, Basilica del Sto. Niño and Fuente Osmeña Circle, one of the liveliest spots during the Sinulog Festival every third Sunday of January. While SureStay Plus is a 63-room luxury hotel in the Philippines, natural stone walls welcome guests upon arrival, creating a reassuring sense of domesticity.
Wood galore adds to that vibe, and sleek furniture and modern amenities like kitchenettes make families feel at home. Catering for business and leisure travellers alike, SureStay Plus offers connecting rooms and family rooms, perfect for extended breaks at BWH Hotels, one of the world’s largest hotel groups.