Far East Hospitality (FEH) will forge ahead with its expansion plans, with three properties – Oasia Resort Sentosa, Far East Village Hotel Yokohama, and Quincy Hotel Melbourne – set to open next year.
Slated for opening in 2Q2021, Oasia Resort Sentosa will be the fourth property on Sentosa island managed by FEH. Under a hotel management agreement (HMA) signed with Far East Organization (FEO), FEH will be responsible for the hotel’s operations, and sales and marketing functions.
Marking the brand’s first foray into the resort and spa category, the 191-key property will comprise Suites, Wellness Premier Rooms, and Deluxe Rooms. Guests will be able to experience a wellness lifestyle spanning from spa treatments to healthy eating and mind-body practices. Wellness journals, self-care checklists, and a collection of guided meditation audio are among the items that will be made available to guests during their stay.
Also set to open in 2Q2021 is Far East Village Hotel Yokohama, the company’s second venture into Japan, following the opening of Far East Village Hotel Ariake in July. The 277-key property will be managed by FEH under a HMA with FEO.
Situated in the heart of downtown Yokohama, the property targets business travellers. It is a five-minute drive to the CBD and a three-minute walk to Sakuragicho and Kannai stations.
Elsewhere, its third property, Quincy Hotel Melbourne, is set to open in 1Q2021. The HMA is signed with InterGlobe through FEH’s joint venture company, Toga Far East Hotels in Australia, marking the Quincy brand’s first expansion abroad.
Located at the top of Flinders Lane, the hotel will comprise its signature restaurant serving South-east Asian cuisine, a lounge, as well as a rooftop pool with views of Melbourne CBD and the nearby lifestyle precinct.