Nearly 100 Leading Hotels offers Michelin star restaurant experiences

In the year 1900 Michelin brothers Ándre and Édouard, from the famed tire manufacturer, printed their first guidebook to encourage more road travel in France. By 1926 anonymous restaurant reviewers were tasked to experience and rate selected restaurants, defining restaurant standards for years to come. Today restaurants spanning across 25 countries are rated on the quality of the ingredients used, mastery of flavor and cooking techniques, the personality of the chef in their cuisine, value for money, and the consistency between visits. Earning a Michelin star is one of the highest and most prestigious compliments for a restaurant and chef. Explore this collection of award-winning restaurants and cuisine, certainly worth traveling for.

Leading Hotel with a one Michelin star restaurant experience



  • The Okura Prestige Bangkok. A symbol of a blend of Japanese's artful nature and Bangkok's exotic culture, located on Embassy Row. 


  • The Puli Hotel & Spa Shanghai. A unique concept that signals the arrival of Shanghai's first luxury and urban resort in the city centre.


  • Palace Hotel Tokyo. A contemporary and luxurious hotel with views of the Imperial Palace grounds. In the heart of Tokyo’s financial and business districts.





Leading Hotel with a two Michelin star restaurant experience

Leading Hotel with a three Michelin star restaurant experience