The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week.
Standing along the South Korean coastline as part of the East Busan Tourism Complex, all 310 guestrooms at Hilton Busan come with private balconies and span at least 60m2, while suites are 120m2. Recreational facilities include a wellness centre, 24-hour fitness centre, kids club and a range of all-weather swimming options, including an infinity pool with panoramic ocean views, adults-only pool, children’s pool, and indoor pool. There are four F&B options, while meeting and event facilities comprise seven function rooms, a 1,417m2 Grand Ballroom for 1,500 pax, a 977m2 ballroom, two outdoor event venues and a wedding chapel.
Sofitel Singapore City Centre
Located in Tanjong Pagar, the 223-room Sofitel Singapore City Centre will feature the country’s first Nespresso Lounge and TWC Tea Bar, in addition to other amenities like the Racines restaurant, a 30m-long outdoor swimming pool, gym, the Lawn for yoga classes and outdoor performances, plus meeting and banquet spaces.
The Lotte Yangon has opened its doors close to Inya Lake in Myanmar’s Hlaing Township district. The property features two buildings – a 15-storey hotel with 343 rooms and a 29-floor serviced apartment block with 315 units. Hotel rooms vary in size and type, the largest of which is 377m2 and comes with its own study and dining room. Meanwhile, there are 19 types of serviced units, ranging from 62m2 to 339m2. Shared facilities include six F&B options, gym, outdoor swimming pool, a business centre, two ballrooms and nine meeting rooms.
Best Western Osaka Tsukamoto
Situated in downtown Osaka, two minutes away from JR Tsukamoto Station, the new-build hotel offers 105 rooms, all of which feature flatscreen TVs and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi. There is also a restaurant serving local and international cuisine, a 24-hour business centre and laundry services on-site.