Set atop of the Bukit Peninsula's rugged cliff coastline, the Bulgari Resort has stunning views of the Indian Ocean and some of the world's most captivating sunsets. The resort is made up of 59 private villas, each with its very own private plunge pool. Guests can shop at the Bulgari boutique or pick up an authentic souvenir at the resort’s arts and crafts store, which is dedicated to local artisan antiques, jewellery and ceramic furnishings.
The Gold Coast has a slice of Italian luxury by the way of Donatella Versace’s Palazzo Versace. The chic hotel and spa embodies the fashion brand with luxe Versace furnishings, modern architecture, a 24-hour fitness and well-being centre, a private yacht marina and of course, its very own Versace boutique. Rooms are fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of Medusa-head adorned furnishings. Guests can grab a drink at one of the hotel's two luxe bars or dine at one of three restaurants. Want to head out? Take one of the hotel's twin bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantoms for a spin.
Situated in the fashion capital's chic quadrilatero della moda district, Giorgio Armani’s Armani Hotel was originally built and designed by Enrico Griffini in the 1930s. The interiors of each room were designed by Mr Armani himself and each room is furnished with Armani Casa homewares, taking cues from the designer's sophisticated Italian style. It's also home to the Michelin-starred Armani/Ristorante, where classic Italian dishes get a modern twist.
Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld is the man behind Chanel, Fendi, his own brand, and lately a spanking new space in this Monte Carlo Hotel. Lagerfeld designed Odyssey, which features a swimming pool and an extensive fresco-style installation made up of 15 glass panels depicting Ulysses’ journey. Guests can also dine in Michelin-starred chef Joël Robuchon’s three restaurants.
Located smack bang in the middle of New York's Fifth Avenue, the St Regis New York is a five star hotel that lives up to the high standards of its luxurious counterparts across the globe. It even has its own Dior Suite which takes inspiration from the design house's traditional Parisian style. The hotel is just a few blocks away from the Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Hall, Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Station and of course, some of the best shopping in the world.