The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week
Mercure Singapore Bugis
AccorHotels has opened the new-build Mercure Singapore Bugis, a 395-room hotel located in the city’s cultural district and nearby Bugis MRT station. The property offers standard rooms, lofts and suites designed to reflect Singapore’s heritage. Facilities include rooftop bar Sky Deck, western-local fusion restaurant Sauces, a lobby lounge and an infinity lap pool. The hotel has three function rooms and an outdoor terrace for events.
Citadines Han River Seoul
Ascott has debuted its Citadines brand in South Korea’s capital with the 149-unit Citadines Han River Seoul. The serviced residence is located near Seonyudo metro station and offers studio units in three sizes – Studio, Studio Deluxe and Studio Executive. All units come with fully-equipped kitchens and guests can choose from a menu of services such as laundry and dry-cleaning. A fitness corner, meeting room and rooftop garden is available at the property.
Club Med Beidahu
Club Med’s second ski resort in China, the 176-room Club Med Beidahu, is set to open in December. It is located 90 minutes away from Changchun Longjia International Airport. The resort features 19 pistes stretching across 26km situated between 1,403m and 525m in height. Ski runs range from alpine trails to aerial skiing style platforms and snowboarding options. Two F&B establishments, a kids club and various other facilities are onsite.
Le Petit Rosedale Hotel Hong Kong
Rosedale Hotel Group will be opening the 28-storey, 94-key Le Petit Rosedale Hotel Hong Kong by the end of this year. The hotel will be located in Causeway Bay, near both Causeway Bay and Tin Hau MTR stations, and offers modern rooms and suites catered to business and leisure travellers. Amenities include restaurant Sonatina, a 24-hour fitness room and a Sky Garden.