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“Designed by hospitality starchitect Bill Bensley. The hotel was meant to evoke a 13th-century ‘temple’ – and the result feels authentically so. There’s nary a white wall in sight; straight-edged stone corridors inspired by monasteries and beige-hued wall faces made of rice husks prop up the hotel instead. Every detail is deliberate, from the brown handcrafted floor tiles sourced from a northern Vietnamese village to the more contemporary touches of plush, rose-coloured ‘swings’ created from recycled Thai textiles. Interiors-wise, the cavernous lobby and cocktail bar are standouts, their walls slathered in a lavish palette of fuchsia and orange from Asian tapestries and paintings.”






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