TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotels and announcements.
The Royal Park Hotel Iconic Osaka Midosuji, Japan
Royal Park Hotels and Resorts has opened its second hotel in Osaka, located in the brand-new OBIC Midosuji building in the CBD. There are 352 guestrooms within, starting from the 21m2 Comfort Double right up to the 102.5m2 Suite. Amenities on-site include two gyms, and all-day dining restaurant The Blink on the 15th floor. The executive lounge on the 25th floor also offers meeting facilities with complimentary two-hour usage.
Sindhorn Midtown Hotel Bangkok, Thailand
The flagship property of Thai-inspired hospitality brand Siam Sindhorn has opened in Bangkok’s Langsuan neighbourhood. Spread across two towers are 344 hotel rooms and suites, alongside 49 serviced residences. Facilities include two F&B offerings, the Horizon Pool on the 18th level, and the fitness centre on the 19th level.
Lemon Tree Hotel, Thimphu, Bhutan
India-headquartered Lemon Tree Hotels has opened its second international property in Bhutan. Built in the traditional Bhutanese architecture style, the hotel stands on Changlam street in Thimphu, and features 27 rooms. Other amenities include Citrus Cafe, a multicuisine restaurant with an al fresco dining area; Slounge bar; and fitness centre.
Four Points by Sheraton Surabaya, Pakuwon Indah, Indonesia
This four-star hotel in Surabaya offers 317 rooms across four room categories – Deluxe Rooms, Premium Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suite Rooms and Premium Suite Rooms. The property is connected with both Pakuwon Mall and The Westin Surabaya, where the latter offers more than 8,600m2 of meeting space across 21 function spaces. Facilities include two swimming pools and the Djaman Doeloe Resto & Bar.