There’s nothing more fun than packing your bags for long holiday. One of my favorite parts of packing is choosing the right outfits to match my destination, its aesthetic, and the weather. Below, we have put together a list of four of our favorite hotels and recommended simple but stylish outfit to pack for your trip so that you blend in perfectly, all while standing out just the right amount.
Recommendations: lightweight cotton, linen, loafers.
This hotel is a historic boutique hotel located inside a beautiful heritage building in Rome. With its bold colors and beautiful decorating, there’s not a better match for this hotel then a classic pair of Italian loafers and a leather weekender bag.
Our recommendation is to keep your colors nice and simple. Stick with a light blue or white cotton spirt for spring or autumn, or a linen shirt during summer to avoid the sticky, humid temperature. In winter, add a classic Burberry coat, as Rome can get surprisingly cool from December until February.
Recommendations: White cotton T-shirt, shorts, sport shoes.
Pattaya is the classic tropical holiday destination in Thailand, and there’s no better place to stay then the Hilton Hotel. Overlooking the bay, the Hilton has a beautiful view of the city and a variety of nice suites and rooms. Voted one of Thailand’s Top Hotels in 2011, the Hilton is priced fairly high but has great facilities and dining, making it worth the extra cost.
Our recommendation for clothing is to keep it nice and simple. The weather here is famously humid all year, so pack some lightweight summer clothing. A simple T-shirt is perfect for wearing during the day, and a comfortable pair of running shoes will be perfect for the bumpy roads in Thailand. Make sure to pack a comfortable swimsuit for the beach. This is the easiest destination from a style and clothing perspective, because there’s little in the way of competition.
Recommendation: cotton button-down shirt, slacks, Oxford.
One of Singapore is nicest hotels and casinos, Marina Bay Sands is located close to the Pacific ocean and offer some of the best gaming and luxury hotel living in Asia. The dress code here isn’t all that strict, older you get the best treatment by dressing up and standing out in a good way.
Dress in Singapore is overall quite conservative and business oriented, so a casual look can help you stand out from the crowd. Our recommendation is a comfortable white or blue button-down shirt with slacks and a pair of oxfords. You will be dressed better than most of the guests without drawing too much attention to yourself.
Recommendation: blue or gray suit, brown or black shoes, tie.
One of the most popular five star hotels in Tokyo, the New Otani is famous for its beautiful garden and location close to the center of the city. Like most luxury hotels in Tokyo, prices here on the high side and rooms are quite small but the hotel’ great facilities make up for it.
The best feature here is the beautiful traditional Japanese garden in the courtyard of the hotel. Pack a suit for here as the local Japanese dress sense is very conservative. Anyway, you will need it to dine in the revolving restaurant on the top floor.