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Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore now available for daily stays

Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore has launched the Weekend Staycation package following its successful application of a hotel license, which allows the serviced residence to...

Short-stay leisure market opens up for Bangkok’s Thonglor

The serviced residence scene in Bangkok's trendy Thonglor neighbourhood is transforming along with a marked shift away from the traditional Japanese long-stay segment, according...

Ascott seals deal for 1,600 additional units in Philippines

Ascott has entered into an alliance with Philippines' Cebu Landmasters (CLI) to manage 1,600 units in the country by 2022. The two parties have already...

Preferred focuses on residences as mixed-use developments become popular

Preferred Hotels & Resorts is putting priority on growing its residences collection and sees a huge opportunity in Asia where hotels with a residential...

Indochina is next target for Oakwood’s expansion

Serviced apartment operator Oakwood Worldwide will expand into Indochina as part of its regional growth strategy, with three properties set to open in Cambodia...

Ascott creates Chinese JV to accelerate expansion through ‘manachising’

Ascott is targeting to triple its Citadines room inventory by 2025 through a joint venture with Chinese hotel operator Huazhu Hotels Group and CJIA...

Frasers partners Duetto to set revenue strategy for extended stays

Frasers Hospitality is collaborating with revenue strategy platform Duetto to develop what's said to be the first revenue management system that uses open pricing to...

Ascott fast-tracks Asian expansion with deals in China, Japan and Thailand

Ascott is accelerating its expansion in Asia by forging strategic partnerships with developers in China, Japan and Thailand, amid an aggressive expansion expected to...

Getting the long and short of it

No longer catering to the traditional market of long stayers, operators get more creative with their product offering, rolling out new millennial-oriented brands, bleisure amenities and even service robots

Frasers Hospitality expands Japan portfolio

Frasers Hospitality, a member of Frasers Property Group, has invested S$250 million (US$188 million) to develop two new serviced residences in Tokyo's Ginza and...

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