New hotels: The Adnate, Andaz Seoul Gangnam, and more

The Adnate, Australia
The latest Art Series hotel, belonging to the Accor family, has opened in Perth and features Australian street artist Matt Adnate’s works. Two original canvases and up to 650 reproductions of 30 of Matt’s most recognised works from around the world adorn the walls and halls of the 250-room, 27-storey hotel.

The Adnate will also be home to a restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails, where the venue will be centred around the hotel’s pool area on level one. Other facilities include a gym and function room, as well as smart cars and bicycle for hire.

Andaz Seoul Gangnam, South Korea
Hyatt’s Andaz brand has marked its entry into the destination with this property. The hotel houses 241 guestrooms, all offering a bird’s-eye view of downtown through floor-to-ceiling windows. Facilities on-site include the all-day cafe A’+Z; Jogakbo, a space which meshes three F&B venues in one; and The Summer House, a wellness facility with a 16m-long pool surrounded by a whirlpool, and cold and warm baths.

Functions can be held in the four flexible event spaces, which can cater to groups of up to 250 people, or the 163m² Gangnam Penthouse Suite boasting its own entertainment terrace, bar and dining area that can accommodate up to 20 people, a TV den and a luxury bathroom.

The property’s overall concept has been inspired by bojagi – a traditional Korean wrapping cloth used in significant ceremonies and as gift wrap to preserve good luck, according to traditional Korean folklore.

Four Points by Sheraton Bali Ungasan, Indonesia
This property features 270 rooms and suites, where some rooms come with private balconies, private terraces, garden or pool access. Elsewhere on property is Evolution, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, where guests can find local and international favourites; while The Garden Pool Bar serves local craft beers on tap. Other facilities include an infinity pool, a fitness centre, a spa, wedding chapel, and a family pool and kids’ club. There is also 1,694m² of flexible indoor meeting space, the largest of which is a pillarless ballroom that can accommodate up to 1,200.

Radisson Blu Hangzhou Xintiandi, China
The first Radisson in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province, features 265 rooms and suites equipped with multimedia connectivity. For Club and Suite guests, the top floor Executive Lounge provides a range of bespoke business services and all-day refreshments. The 18-storey hotel also offers facilities such as a 450-pax grand ballroom, four function rooms, an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, and Thai-style spa. The hotel is home to several F&B outlets, including a Chinese restaurant with nine private dining rooms.

Hotel Gracery Osaka Namba, Japan
This 170-key property situated in the Namba area lies within walking distance to Osaka hotspots Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi. Guestrooms start from 18m², and feature separate toilets and bathrooms. Other facilities in the hotel include the Bonsalute restaurant, and a self-service cloak room.

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