As the largest accommodation inventory Hilton Garden Inn in Greater China, the 407-room hotel is conveniently located in the exhibition new city area of Bao’an district, Shenzhen.
Pullman Khao Lak Resort has opened its doors, introducing a new era of elegant Thai hospitality, ancient heritage and intuitive design to this hot and up-and-coming beachfront destination.
The resort, owned by YTL Hotels, is a stunning ski-in/ski-out property that interweaves the highest level of personalised service and care with the charm of Japan’s local history, culture and cuisine.
Azerai Ke Ga Bay, an elegant and secluded oceanfront retreat in south-eastern Vietnam, has made its debut. It becomes the third property in the growing portfolio of Azerai Resorts.
As the second largest city in Indonesia and the capital of the East Java province, Surabaya is home to colonial architecture and historical monuments.
Dusit International has expanded into Singapore with the opening of Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore in the heart of the renowned Laguna National Golf & Country Club.
Marriott has announced the opening of its first Moxy Hotel in Taiwan, shaking up the hospitality scene. The property features 262 bedrooms that are cleverly designed to maximise space
Marriott has welcomed the opening of Renaissance Shenzhen Bay Hotel in Nanshan, an affluent district to the south-west of Shenzhen. The opening marks the second hotel from the brand in the city.
W Hotels Worldwide has expanded its presence in south-west China with the opening of the new W Chengdu. Operated by Marriott International, the property is owned by KWG Group Holdings.
Marriott International has welcomed the opening of Fuzhou Marriott Hotel Riverside in the capital city of Fujian province, China. The new hotel is located in the heart of Donghu Digital Town.
Located in the Langsuan area of the capital, the hotel offers convenient access to prime districts such as Sukhumvit, Silom, Siam and Chidlom, as well as serene views of the tranquil Lumphini Park.
With its highly conceptualised design - a nod to Ginza’s “Miyuki-zoku” youth subculture movement of the 1960s – the property showcases an eclectic mix of neon colours, graffiti, and urban art.