New hotels: The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, Oakwood Residence Hanoi, and more

TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotel openings.

The Fullerton Hotel Sydney
The Fullerton Hotel Sydney has opened within the former General Post Office building at No 1 Martin Place. The luxury hotel in Sydney’s CBD offers 416 rooms, all furnished with Harman Kardon Bluetooth speakers, Nespresso machines, TWG teas, and a pillow menu.

There are two F&B options: The Place, which serves Modern Australian cuisine and South-east Asian dishes; and The Bar which comprises The Lounge and The Room.

Five event spaces are available, the largest being the pillarless Grand Ballroom with a capacity of up to 1,000 for a banquet. The property will also offer Fullerton Experiences, a bespoke programme featuring complimentary heritage tours and events.

Oakwood Residence Hanoi
Situated in an upscale residential neighbourhood within the West Lake (Tay Ho) District, Oakwood Residence Hanoi features 262 studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses. Each unit comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, high-speed Internet and hotel amenities.

Guests can also expect a suite of services including round-the-clock guest relations and security, housekeeping services, laundry and dry cleaning services, shuttle bus services, as well as activity programmes. Other amenities include a residents’ lounge, restaurant and bar, fitness centre, children’s play area, as well as the city’s first all-season infinity pool fitted with a retractable glass roof.

Pullman Suzhou Zhonghui
Pullman Suzhou Zhonghui has risen in Suzhou’s Xiangcheng District, offering 413 rooms and suites. Each suite includes a Pullman fitness bag and workout guide with yoga mat, while these items are available upon request in all other room categories.

F&B options include the brand’s signature Junction Bar; Perle Café which offers all-day dining; Lingering Garden which serves up Cantonese and Suzhou cuisines; and Japanese restaurant Mokusei Teppanyaki.

For MICE travellers and event planners, the hotel features a 1,200m2 column free Grand Ballroom, equipped with a 360-degree and 4D holographic project system; two Junior Ballrooms at 300m2 and 220m2; five meeting rooms, and a terrace space for outdoor events. Recreational facilities include a Fit Lounge with a 650m2 workout area and an 18m indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi, a gym, steam bath, sensory showers and yoga room.

Awan Biru Resort & Spa
Awan Biru Resort & Spa, partly managed by Adiwana Hotels and Resorts, has opened in Ubud. Extending over two floors, the resort’s main building has five rooms, namely, Mentari room, Candra room, Surga Kecil, Surga Besar, and Pelangi Room which features a private pool. Features include an open-air dining pavilion, a fitness centre, a sauna and Jacuzzi, a miniature golf course, a Japanese garden, an infinity pool, a lounger, a spa, a study room, media room and games pavilion.

Red Planet Sapporo Susukino Central
Red Planet has welcomed its second hotel in Sapporo. The 212-room Red Planet Sapporo Susukino Central is located just off Odori Park, in the downtown Susukino neighbourhood. The hotel is a short walk to the Sapporo Clock Tower, Sapporo TV Tower, and Nakajima Park.

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