The brand new Novotel Suites Hanoi has just opened in the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, and it offers travellers a brand new accommodation option in the heart of the city. Travellers will be able to choose from 87 spacious studios and 64 one, two and three bedroom apartments. The Novotel Suites brand offer suite-type units that are spacious and functional, and can be adapted into a working or reception area. The rooms, which accommodate up to four people, come with a kitchenette and several amenities that cater to all types of guests and for different lengths of stays.
Ranging from 48 sqm to 104 sqm, the apartments at the brand-new Novotel Suites Hanoi will feature the latest Novotel design and it will feature an abundance of natural light, a fully-functional kitchenette, walk-in closets and a spacious living room. Travellers will also find the Novotel Suites Live N Dream eco-friendly bedding experience with its two-sided Smart Pillow and Dual-Technology Mattress here at the Novotel Suites Hanoi.
The culinary options at Novotel Suites Hanoi also set it apart from other serviced apartments. Food Exchange, the all-day-dining restaurant, features international buffet dining with live cooking stations. Guests can enjoy delectable tapas at Gourmet Bar, spectacular city views at the Rooftop Bar Terrace, and snacks and drinks at the Pool Bar. A fitness centre, heated outdoor pool, private library lounge and kids’ playground assure that Novotel Suites Hanoi offers all the comforts of home — and more.
The hotel’s three meeting rooms offer natural sunlight and can be combined into one elegant ballroom, making it an ideal venue for small-to-medium-sized events. Additionally, the hotel is committed to an eco-friendly approach, offering an interactive white board for paper-less meetings and coffee breaks with delicious, locally grown products. Novotel Suites Hanoi is the first hotel in Vietnam to participate in the Joint Crediting Mechanism (“JCM”) programme to reduce carbon emissions throughout the property. Novotel Suites Hanoi is located at 5 Duy Tan Street, Cầu Giấy district, Hanoi, a 25-minute drive from Noi Bai International Airport.
Get your burger fix at the Pan Pacific Singapore's Pacific Marketplace and Atrium from 23 October 2017 to 25 November 2017. Bite into delicious and juicy Wagyu beef patties sandwiched between herbs-infused burger buns done in three different styles - the beef is of a similar premium grade of beef from the award-winning Japanese restaurant Keyaki.
The InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is one of the most awaited hotels to open in Singapore this year. Following the property's opening on 12 October 2017, Publico Deli (a component of the entire Publico concept) is now open to the neighbourhood to bring fresh Italian produce and friendly service to the public. Publico will consist of the Public Deli (which is now open), a restaurant as well as a bar.
The InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is the second InterContinental-branded property in Singapore and it is one of the most highly-anticipated luxury hotels to open in Singapore this year. Home to 225 luxurious studios and suites (including an expansive Penthouse), the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is located along the Singapore River and it fits in carefully in the leafy, upscale neighbourhood of Robertson Quay.
After much speculation in the market, AccorHotels has just announced the the signature of an agreement with Mantra Group Limited with the view to acquire all of the issued capital in Mantra by way of a scheme of arrangement to be approved by Mantra shareholders. Under the terms of the agreement AccorHotels would offer AUD3.96 in cash for each Mantra share including any potential special dividend.
Following the successful launch of Club Marriott 2.0 back in May last year, Marriott International has announced the launch of a brand new integrated Club Marriott 3.0 which brings together three of Asia Pacific's most prominent dining loyalty programs – Club Marriott, Eat Drink & More, as well as Star Privilege. This brand new Club Marriott membership will allow members to benefit from a greater selection of properties (now that some of the Starwood properties are participating as well) and discounts when dining out at one of 250 participating hotels across the region.
Suzhou is often recognised as one of China's most famous historical and cultural cities. The first Le Méridien hotel to open in Suzhou, the Le Méridien Suzhou, Suzhou Bay, is expected to provide creative-minded guests and travellers the opportunity to unlock the destination through the Le Méridien brand lens which highlights coordinates, culture and cuisine.
Following the grand opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi two weeks ago, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C. has just unveiled the latest addition to its collection of global properties with its first presence on the Eastern coast of Thailand, Koh Samui. The Ritz-Carlton, Koh Samui is located on the Gulf of Thailand and it seamless combines the brand’s legendary service with the traditional spirit of Thai hospitality and colorful Samui island life culture to create a unique melting pot of indelible new memories.
Slated to open in October 2017, the Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena is one of the newest hotels that will be opening in Singapore this year. The hotel will occupy the 22nd to 33rd floor of the Royal Square @ Novena which is a mixed-used development building that is directly linked to the Novena MRT Station. At the time of writing, the property is taking reservations from 01 November 2017 and it is possibly the lowest-priced Marriott property (excluding Starwood Hotels & Resorts properties) in Singapore.
AccorHotels has just unveiled her very first property in Mongolia - the 95-room ibis Styles Ulaanbaatar Polaris which is located in the Khan Uu District. The property is a short 15-minute drive from the Chinggis Khaan International Airport and it features a sleek interior design with bright colours of orange and turquoise echoed by a wall of playful graffiti artwork.
According to the latest Mastercard Global Destinations Cities Index 2017 released today, travel and tourism in Asia-Pacific are both expected to grow steadily in the period ahead. Bringing in $91.16 billion USD in travel expenditure in 2016, Asia Pacific outpaced Europe ($74.74 billion USD), and North America ($55.02 billion USD).