New hotels: Seven Secrets by Hanging Gardens, Park Proxi Gibraltar Bowral, and more

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Seven Secrets by Hanging Gardens

Seven Secrets by Hanging Gardens, Indonesia
Luxurious beachfront escape Seven Secrets by Hanging Gardens is the latest gem in the crown of Indonesia’s hospitality landscape and is located on the pristine shores of Lombok.

The resort is nestled against the backdrop of Mount Bali Batur and the Bali Sea, and offers an outdoor pool, spa, fitness centre, and dining venues.

Guests can explore the island, known for its dazzling waterfalls, pearl farms, picturesque towns, rice paddies, and white-sand beaches, or even hop on a luxury helicopter tour.

Park Proxi Gibraltar Bowral

Park Proxi Gibraltar Bowral, Australia
Gibraltar Hotel in Bowral, Australia has relaunched as Park Proxi Gibraltar Bowral, managed by StayWell Holdings. The hotel offers 77 rooms and suites plus an extensive suite of facilities including a resort-style 18-hole golf resort course, gym, and heated indoor swimming pool.

There are also be multiple F&B options including Harvey’s Bar, where live musical performances and a novel cocktail selection are available.

Guests will rest well in generously-sized rooms and suites that feature floor-to-ceiling panoramic views of Mount Gibraltar and the surrounding woodlands.

ibis Palembang Sanggar

ibis Palembang Sanggar, Indonesia
ibis Palembang Sanggar is located 35 minutes from Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport by car and is surrounded by various tourist destinations including The Grand Masjid Agung Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin, which is a 10-minute walk away.

With a total of 158 rooms, the hotel offers distinctive elements such as a vibrant social hub that provides guests with opportunities to gather, socialise, and enjoy themselves to the fullest, an all-day dining restaurant, and function rooms.

Hotel Indigo Melbourne on Flinders

Hotel Indigo Melbourne on Flinders, Australia
Situated in Melbourne’s most iconic laneway, Hotel Indigo Melbourne on Flinders’ neighbourhood offers a laneway culture of street art, hidden cafés, bars, boutiques and galleries right on the hotel’s doorstep.

Boasting 216 reinvented guestrooms, the hotel also features a dramatic lobby-gallery space and lounge, a selfie booth, fitness centre, bar and restaurant, as well as event venues.

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