Capella Bangkok

Capella Bangkok
With panoramic views of the majestic Chao Phraya River, Capella Bangkok is a gateway to the eternal beauty of nature, and the urban oasis of the city. Inspired by the soul of riverfront life, there are 101 suites and villas with views of the river, offering both intimacy and immersion in this privileged position. Imbued with the personality of a boutique pied à terre, this philosophy extends across all the elements, from contemporary dining to the renowned Auriga spa. 101 rooms, suites and villas each offer a different perspective of the beauty outside, with unobstructed views of the river. The location may be the centrepiece, but the accommodation is designed as a traveller’s pied à terre: somewhere familiar, sophisticated and constructed around relaxation and exploration. Capella Bangkok balances its presence at the heart of a bustling city with a cocoon of tranquillity once you step inside. Read More...

Capella Sanya

Capella Sanya Pool
A secluded secret, rising from the tropical southern coast of Hainan Island. Inspired by the stories of the historic silk road. Find peace in your own private sanctuary and wander the endless space, where the calm azure sea meets golden sands. Unwind at Capella Sanya.Capella Sanya offers 190 exquisitely-designed rooms and villas amid lush gardens, overlooking the South China Sea. Inspired by the beautiful elements of nature and the area’s famous and often mysterious silk road trade history, the accommodation was designed by renowned architects Jean-Michel Gathy and Bill Bensley, blending contemporary comforts with multiple opportunities to enjoy the peace and seclusion of the resort as a whole. Read More...

Capella Breidenbacher Hof Düsseldorf

Capella Breidenbacher Hof Duesseldorf Pool
Breidenbacher Hof offers the perfect location from which to experience Düsseldorf and our team at Capella are on hand to create tailored itineraries and personal experiences during your stay, from recommendations of cultural, local and retail destinations, arranging car rental or excursions to further afield. Turn-of-the-century architecture and modern design combine to give a unique elegance and character to the hotel’s accommodation. Traditional, opulent interiors sit alongside contemporary comforts, and bespoke crafted furniture is enhanced by sumptuous linens and luxurious amenities. Breidenbacher Hof’s renowned Brasserie “1806” has panoramic views over Düsseldorf’s Old Town and serves fine regional and French cuisine. In the Lobby, guests can take afternoon tea on their return from a day’s excursions, and the Capella Bar will make creative cocktails from their extensive liquor collection, tailored to your preferences. For those who arrive at Breidenbacher Hof and want to slow right down, we have a calm and relaxing spa. Featuring an indoor pool, two Finnish saunas and a steam bath, it is the place to get some timeout from the bustle of the city. Read More...

Capella Ubud, Bali

Capella Ubud Tent Saltwater pool and deck
Nestled between Ubud’s rainforest, rice terraces and the Wos river, Capella Ubud brings the wonders and myths of Bali’s exotic past to life. Inspired by the early European settlers from the 1800s, architect Bill Bensley conceptualized this ultra-luxurious tented camp as a tribute to their spirit of adventure. During the day excursions can be arranged by Capella’s gracious and unobtrusive Personal Assistants. Or, an afternoon of pampering spa treatments are available at the Auriga Spa. Gastronomists can indulge in the dining tent, which offers a choice of two inventive restaurants, a highly interactive Asian street food barbecue venue, or The Mortar and Pestle pool bar. When night arrives find a spot at the camp fire to meet guests and local storytellers while enjoying the essence of Bali’s untouched natural surroundings. Dining at Capella Ubud is equally impressive with a team of chefs on hand to create inspired Indonesian feasts or exclusive private dining requests. For entertainment, guests can explore the nearby paddy fields or local villages on the hotels complimentary bicycles or relax on your private decking and enjoy a traditional Indonesian massage. Alternatively relax in the Capella Library and enjoy the sounds of nature and a good book. The centre of Ubud is only a short car ride away and complementary transfers run throughout the day allowing guests to enjoy Ubud’s many attractions and experiences. Read More...

Capella Shanghai, Jian Ye Li

Capella Shanghai Jian Ye Li outdoor seating
Discover an urban sanctuary where you least expect it, nestled in the Xuhui District’s last remaining cluster of shikumen townhouses. With only a few of the original shikumen lanes remaining, Capella Shanghai is proud to protect and evolve the city’s cultural legacy. The design concept, created by Jaya Design International, embodies the spirit of Jian Ye Li – reflected in the fusion of French and Chinese elements, a nod to its heritage and the golden era during the 1930s. Located within the cultural preservation zone of the Xuhui District, Capella Shanghai, Jian Ye Li is the only all-villa urban resort in the city. The compound is one of last remaining clusters of shikumen architecture dating back to the 1930s. Shanghainese and Western architectural styles blend seamlessly throughout the shikumen villas and luxurious serviced residences. An award-winning Auriga spa, a casual chic French dining concept and The Gallery, a collection of niche and upmarket retail and dining brands, provide endless entertainment for guests. Read More...

Capella Hotel Singapore

Capella Hotel Singapore
Set on Sentosa Island, Capella Singapore is a modern yet historic retreat in the midst of the tropical rainforest but just minutes away from the city by taxi. This tranquil 30-acre sanctuary blends together the best of old-world architecture, modern design and lush landscaped gardens. It is comprised of heritage-listed buildings and colonial manors dating back to the 1880s (once the homes of officers in the British Royal Artillery), which blend seamlessly with the new part of the hotel – the Norman Foster-restored buildings. These are designed in a curvaceous figure eight shape, an auspicious number in Chinese culture, and give the resort a cutting-edge contemporary feel. Capella has 112 rooms, of which 38 are private villas with their own private swimming pools and outdoor showers. This includes 72 sea-facing suites, two Colonial Manors at 436-sqm each, and nine Contemporary Manors at 391-sqm, both with 3 bedrooms. Designed by world-renowned interior designer Jaya Ibrahim, the décor is chic and understated, with high quality materials and mod-cons, lots of wood and a soothing, soft colour palette. Read More...