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Historic Hotels in Southeast Asia
Explore and experience Southeast Asia, a magnificent region bound together by a diverse group of countries and cultures. Explore the island nation of Singapore including the Asian Civilizations Museum, the National Museum of Singapore, and the UNESCO-recognized Singapore Botanic Gardens. Discover Cambodia and 12th-century Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious monuments in the world and best example of Khmer architecture. Explore other historic destinations including the Borobudur and Prambanan temple complexes in Indonesia, the Sule Pagoda in Myanmar, and the Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long in Vietnam.
Historic Hotels in Southeast Asia
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Raffles Hotel Le Royal
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Considered an important part of Phnom Penh’s history, Raffles Hotel Le Royal has stood for 90 years, its walls bearing witness to a revolution while honoring the past and embracing the city. Hotel Le Royal hosted royalty from day one, with His Majesty Sisowath Monivong, King of Cambodia, attending the opening ceremony in 1929.
Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Raffles’ Grand Hotel d’Angkor opened in 1932 to accommodate tourists traveling to the Angkor Wat temple, which is now part of a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site. Named for the capital city of the historic Khmer Empire, the Grand Hotel d’Angkor displays timeless architectural designs of ancient Khmer culture throughout its entire structure.
The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta - MGallery by Sofitel
With its timeless grandeur and glorious heritage, the Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta - MGallery by Sofitel is a remarkable location. Book your stay today on Historic Hotels Worldwide.
The Strand Hotel
Acclaimed as a leading luxury hotel, the iconic Strand Hotel in Yangon has been a city landmark since it was founded in 1901. The beautiful Strand is a social epicentre of Yangon for locals and travelers. The 32-suite hotel is one of South East Asia’s few grand colonial hotels.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a 100-acre beach and mountainside heritage-inspired property. Home to almost forty original Spanish-Filipino colonial structures, the property showcases the vision of Jose Acuzar who collects, transplants, and restores built heritage.
The Raffles Singapore rose from humble origins as a small seaside hotel that first operated in the late 1800s. When its owner died, the famed Sarkies Brothers acquired the building to develop a luxury hotel in Singapore.
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
Experience the grand luxury of the Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore. Close to many cultural attractions, this hotel is an ideal starting point for anyone wishing to explore Singapore.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Once a former Post Office and minutes from the main shopping hub and business district of vibrant Singapore, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s neo-classical rooms, soaring Doric columns, hints of champagne colors, and abundant sea and river views are matched by the luxury hotel’s impeccable personalized service and warm surroundings.
Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi
From its advent in 1901, Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi has proved to be an outpost for the most dignified guests, including actors, songwriters, socialites, and more. It has remained steadfast, standing through wars, renovations, and ownership changes, emerging resilient as one of Hanoi's top hotels. With 364 stunning guestrooms and luxury suites, this historic hotel engulfs travelers during their stay as they indulge in comfortable settings and well-appointed furnishings.