TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotel openings and announcements
ibis Styles Bangkok Silom, Thailand
Spotting designs inspired by colourful Thai festivals, the new ibis Styles Bangkok Silom charms with a photogenic lobby, Instragrammable spots throughout, and groovy tunes.
The 264-key hotel collaborated with talented Thai artist, Tikkywow, to create an eye-catching mural at the entrance, with vivid pops of colour bursting onto Silom Road.
Promising travellers and locals an exciting spot to eat, drink, and socialise, the hotel is packed with all-day dining restaurant Prung Rod; open-concept bar POPUP – a co-working space by day and cocktail venue by night; and bohemian-style poolside rooftop bar BOHO. There is also a well-equipped gym, and the 300-pax Lumpini Ballroom.
The hotel boasts a great location in the heart of Silom, with easy access to Sala Daeng BTS Skytrain and Silom MRT subway stations.
Artotel TS Suites – Surabaya, Indonesia
Artotel Group, in partnership with Townsquare Group, has opened Artotel TS Suites – Surabaya. Located within Surabaya Town Square (Sutos), a culinary and entertainment centre, the hotel offers 126 rooms, nine Meetspace function rooms, Artspace art gallery, Deck gastropub, and Rooma all-day dining restaurant.
Artotel Batam, Indonesia
Located in the Penuin Centre shopping area, Artotel Batam features 138 keys across two room categories. The hotel has two F&B outlets, Eatspace and Barspace. Social and business functions can be held at one of three Meetspace meeting rooms. There is also a dedicated art gallery, Artspace.
Palace Beach Resort Fujairah, the UAE
The palatial beachfront Palace Beach Resort Fujairah welcomes guests into an Arabesque environment set amid the natural beauty of the Indian Ocean and surrounding mountains.
There are 167 rooms and suites on offer, along with a spa, gym and luxurious dining destinations. Young travellers can find entertainment at Qix Club.