All of us – even the most pragmatic and unromantic of our species – have, at some time or another, harboured fantasies of being waited upon hand and foot. If that fantasy is still alive, make your way to The Leela Palace Bangalore, and enjoy an indulgent retreat in an abode fit for royalty.
Words: Beverly Rodrigues
Space is a luxury in central Bangkok and real estate prices generally match the upwards spiral towers take hoping to find that elusive inch of operating space. The Sukhothai Bangkok defies this trend, but that’s because it is one of the grand ole’ dames of Bangkok built in the early 90s before other luxury brands found their roosting grounds in Bangkok.
Words: R. Rajendra
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