What to buy now New hotels: Six Senses Fort Barwara; Hyatt Place Beijing Shiyuan; and more By Karen Yue / Posted on 21 October, 2021 15:44 TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotel openings and announcements. Six Senses Fort Barwara Six Senses Fort Barwara, India The 14th-century Six Senses Fort Barwara has been sensitively transformed into a 48-suite resort in a conservation effort that has taken more than a decade to complete. Once owned by a Rajasthani Royal Family, the hotel property incorporates two original palaces and two temples within the walled fort. Suites in the East Wing overlook the countryside and those in the West Wing offer views to Barwara village and beyond. Each suite is designed in a contemporary Rajasthani style to complement the historic backdrop of the fort while subtly incorporating state-of-the-art in-room technology along with the groundbreaking Sleep With Six Senses standards. These include handmade mattresses, cotton bedding, and additional sleep amenities to promote a good night’s sleep. The hotel features the 2,800m2 Six Senses Spa and fitness centre, where signature massages, Ayurvedic treatments, nurturing facials, mindfulness practices, and personalised wellness programmes are offered. Guests can go on a culinary journeys through Roohani, the hotel’s flagship dining destination where local produce are used to create Rajasthani-inspired dishes. The Barwara Royal Ballroom is ideal for weddings and other celebrations. Hyatt Place Beijing Shiyuan, China The 136-room Hyatt Place Beijing Shiyuan sits in the Chinese capital’s Yangqing district, which is regarded as the Summer Capital of Beijing. The district is known for its remarkable natural landscapes, and is close to Badaling Great Wall and the Beijing Garden Expo Park. The hotel features the Hyatt Place brand’s intuitive design, casual atmosphere and practical amenities, such as free Wi-Fi and 24-hour food offerings. Breakfast is served at Gallery Kitchen, while Gallery Lounge features specialty coffees and premium beers, as well as wines and cocktails. Club Wyndham Flynns Beach, Australia Club Wyndham Flynns Beach has doubled its size following an expansion, and now features an additional 53 one- to four-bedroom villas, with 20 designated as Deluxe, 25 as Grand and eight as Presidential. The four-bedroom Presidential villas are designed as an unparalleled product within New South Wales’ Port Macquarie region, featuring four spacious bedrooms, four bathrooms, full kitchen, laundry facilities, a private ground floor deck with outdoor spa, and a large upper balcony. The project also saw the creation of a new café, games area, kids’ pool, common area pavilions and car parking, as well as a refreshed gym and refreshed reception. The resort has also enhanced its offerings further by including complimentary bike hires, fishing equipment, body boards and a beach cricket set for Club members. The Orient Jakarta, Indonesia The new boutique hotel opens in Central Jakarta with 153 guestrooms across 32 floors. It is designed to bring guests on a nostalgic journey inspired by a bygone era of Asia. Seven room categories are offered, ranging in sizes 32m2 to 265m2. Each room promises panoramic views of the Jakarta skyline. Guests have various F&B destinations to enjoy: Caspar Spanish restaurant, Furusato Izakaya Japanese diner, The Library Lounge, and The Pool Bar. The hotel also features an infinity swimming/hydrotherapy pool, and a gym and spa will soon open. The Orient Jakarta is designed by landscape architect and maximalist interior designer, Bill Bensley, who has brought in traditional art form with a pop art twist.