TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotel openings and announcements.
X2 Bali Breakers Resort, Indonesia
Cross Hotels & Resorts has made its debut in Indonesia with its latest 58-villa property situated near Balangan Surf Beach. Available in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations, villas range in size from 100m2 to 454m2. Regardless of configuration, all villas boast a private pool and sundeck, outdoor seating area, a 43-inch flatscreen TV, and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Facilities on-site include three main swimming pools (one of which is adults-only); four F&B outlets; outdoor fitness area; spa; as well as a wedding chapel with an adjacent lawn. Meanwhile, corporate planners may avail the 200m2 function room that can accommodate up to 150 people.
ANA InterContinental Beppu Resort & Spa, Japan
ANA InterContinental Beppu Resort & Spa, part of InterContinental Hotels Group, has opened in Oita Prefecture. Beppu’s first international luxury resort offers 89 guestrooms, where the Suites and Club Rooms come with private open-air baths on its terraces.
Amenities on-site include indoor and outdoor open air baths, spa, heated infinity pool, and the Elements – Atelier & Bar comprising a main dining room, a counter seating-only atelier, and a bar. The property also offers four nature-inspired meetings and events spaces.
Sheraton Manila, Philippines
Sheraton has opened in the Philippine capital, as part of the Resorts World Manila integrated complex. The 390-key property offers a range of accommodation, from two-level lofts to deluxe guestrooms with private gardens and jacuzzi. F&B options include all-day dining S Kitchen, Korean barbecue Oori, and a lounge; while leisure facilities include a gym, Shine Spa with six treatment rooms, heated outdoor pool, children’s pool and kids club.
Sheraton Manila is also the first in the country to boast a co-working space located in a hotel. The ColLab features six private rooms and a 415m2 common area good for product launches and networking events. This is in addition to its nine other meeting spaces, including a ballroom that can accommodate up to 570 people.
Travelodge Harbourfront Singapore
UK-headquartered hospitality brand Travelodge has launched its first hotel in the city, with the rebranding of the Bay Hotel to the Travelodge Harbourfront Singapore. The hotel will undergo a major refurbishment and rebranding programme to upgrade the current property into a 319-room hotel under the Travelodge brand. The refurbishment – conducted in phases over the next six months – will focus on the guestrooms, main public areas such as the lobby, as well as the all-day dining restaurant.