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Pullman Dubai Downtown, UAE
Accor has partnered with Abu Dhabi-based hospitality company Twenty14 Holdings to open a new Pullman in Dubai. Located in Business Bay, the hotel offers views of the Dubai Canal, the Dubai Skyline and the iconic Burj Khalifa. Business Bay is near Dubai International Financial Center, as well as the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition centre. The hotel features 353 rooms and suites, as well as a ballroom, two meeting rooms, a private boardroom, a club lounge, a spa, fitness facilities with sauna and steam rooms, a squash court, a lap pool, a children’s pool, an outdoor Jacuzzi, alongside six in-development F&B venues.
Shama Yalong Bay Sanya, China
ONYX Hospitality Group has signed a management agreement with Hainan Sunup Group Investment to launch the first-ever Shama resort. Shama Yalong Bay Sanya is not only the newest flagship of Shama, but also a landmark for Sanya – a popular holiday destination in Hainan, China. Situated on the coastal area of the Yalong Bay Tourist Resort District, the hotel features 285 guestrooms and suites all featuring a fully-equipped kitchen. Amenities include an all-day dining restaurant, flexible meeting and relaxation space, a fitness centre and an outdoor swimming pool.
Classic Grande Imphal, India
Radisson Individuals has debuted in India with the opening of Classic Grande Imphal, a member of Radisson Individuals. Overlooking the majestic Baruni Twin Hills and ridges, Classic Grande Imphal, a member of Radisson Individuals features 171 rooms. The hotel is built in the commercial hub of Imphal at Chingmeirong and is just 9km away from Bir Tikendrajit International Airport. Spread over 5,016m2, the hotel features rooms across Superior, Deluxe, Suite and Presidential Suite categories; two banquet halls with capacity of 100 to 250 pax; and a meeting room. Dining options include Aroma, a multi-cuisine restaurant; Panorama, serving grills and kebabs; and coffee lounge Atrium. The hotel also features a spa, fitness centre and swimming pool.
Courtyard by Marriott Brisbane South Bank, Australia
Courtyard by Marriott has opened its first hotel in Brisbane, Australia. Located in the South Brisbane business district, the Courtyard by Marriott Brisbane South Bank boasts 134 guestrooms including 24 suites. Each suite features a private walkout balcony, galley style kitchenette with dishwasher, microwave, full-size fridge, and generous ensuites mostly with Brisbane river views looking across the lush South Bank parklands or along Kangaroo Point cliffs. All guestrooms are equipped with flat-screen televisions, a work desk and high-speed internet access. The hotel houses an all-day dining restaurant, Café63, which offers locally sourced produce and authentic Australian cuisine. Additional leisure facilities include a 24-hour fitness centre and an indoor heated pool. There is also a flexible meeting and event space featuring high ceiling, natural daylight and an outdoor area that overlooks the Brisbane and South Bank parklands.