New hotels: Hotel Chadstone Melbourne, Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor and more

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor

Hotel Chadstone Melbourne, MGallery by Sofitel, Australia
Hotel Chadstone Melbourne, which is owned by the Gandel Group and Vicinity Centres, has opened its doors in the Chadstone megamall. The hotel features 250 rooms and suites, two penthouses, rooftop bar and lounge, wellness retreat and day spa complete with LED lounge and yoga studio, a rooftop pool with loungers and three private cabanas, as well as renowned chef Scott Pickett’s latest restaurant, Pastore, an Italian-inspired all-day dining venue.

DoubleTree by Hilton Bangkok Ploenchit, Thailand
DoubleTree by Hilton Bangkok Ploenchit has opened in the heart of Thai capital, offering 251 rooms and suites ranging from 28 to 240m2. Rooms are equipped with a working desk, a safe, as well as a 43-inch flat-screen HD television with local and cable channels, a mini bar and coffee-and-tea making facilities. Hotel facilities include a 24/7 fitness center, an outdoor pool, an all-day dining restaurant, a rooftop event space that can accommodate up to 40 people.

Harper Wahid Hasyim Medan, Indonesia
Harper Wahid Hasyim – Medan has launched to become as Archipelago International’s third hotel in the city. Located in the centre of the city’s culinary and entertainment hub, the Medan hotel is a short drive from various tourist spots, such as Durian Ucok, Upside Down World Medan, Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery. The hotel offers 89 rooms and suites, four meeting rooms, and a Rustik Bistro & Bar.

Dusit Thani Wujin Changzhou, China
The Dusit Thani Wujin Changzhou hotel, located in Changzhou Science and Education Town, features 230 guest rooms and suites. For MICE groups, the deluxe hotel is equipped with a 1,100m2 pillarless ballroom and six function rooms. Recreational facilities include an all-day dining restaurant, a Chinese restaurant, a lobby lounge, the Dusit Club, a library bar, a gym, and a chess room.

Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, Cambodia
The iconic Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor has officially reopened following an extensive six-month restoration. All 119 rooms and suites are equipped with new features such as Segafredo coffee machines, USB charging stations and Simmons pillow-top mattresses. All bathrooms have been extensively renovated and upgraded with rain showers.

New additions to the hotel include a kids’ club, and a fully air-conditioned marquee for events and functions to be launched early next year. F&B establishments, helmed by executive chef Angela Brown, include 1932, the hotel’s new signature restaurant which offers authentic Royal Khmer cuisine; an Elephant Bar; and a colonial-style conservatory.

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