Secret Retreats adds 10 in Asia
Secret Retreats expands its portfolio into three more Asian countries ? Myanmar, Nepal and Taiwan ? with the addition of new 10 members.
In the three years since it was founded, the Secret Retreats ?community? features more than 60 properties, with a collection of ?luxury and unique offerings? that include hotels, inns, cruises, villas and restaurants.
?The beauty of what we do with Secret Retreats is that we are always looking for new properties that can offer our guests a different way to experience Asia, so that they can meet caring hosts who are willing to share their passion,? said managing director St?phane Junca.
Secret Retreats is a collection of boutique hotels, villas, boats and restaurants throughout Asia. It is a community built by independent owners and chefs to share resources and ideas.
?Together, we offer our guests authentic travel experiences to the very heart of Asian culture and traditions,? said Junca.
?Our owners are vibrant advocates of their surroundings with the generosity to share special moments with travellers who are curious to experience and discover the essence of Asia.?
The new members are:
Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge, Pokhara Valley, Nepal
Inle Princess Resort, Myanmar
Mrauk U Princess Resort, Myanmar
Mudanwan Villas, Pingtung County, Taiwan
Kenanga, Ubud, Bali
Golden Buddha Beach Resort, Andaman Coast, Thailand
Maison Polanka, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Les Maisons Wat Kor, Battambang, Cambodia
The Island Lodge, Mekong Delta, Vietnam
Nimmu House, Ladakh, India