TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotel openings and announcements
Janu Tokyo, Japan
Opening this autumn, Janu Tokyo will feature 122 guestrooms, including connecting rooms for those travelling with friends and family, and one of the largest wellness facilities in the city. All guestrooms will have floor-to-ceiling windows with the majority having private balconies with views of the Tokyo Tower or surrounding greenery.
The hotel is located in the B-2 District Tower of Azabudai Hills, and offers two Japanese restaurants, a Chinese restaurant, a wellness centre, heated pool and lounge pool.
Aloft Singapore Novena, Singapore
New to the Balestier neighbourhood in Singapore is Aloft Singapore Novena, where guests are greeted at the lobby by the 85-inch video wall, showcasing electronic art from renowned artists like Refik Anadol and Jonathan Monaghan.
The hotel takes up two towers with a total of 781 rooms and four suites, all equipped with modern amenities and complimentary Wi-Fi. Onsite are restaurants, bars, indoor and outdoor gyms, pool and meeting spaces.
Nearby landmarks include Singapore Botanic Gardens and shopping belt Orchard Road.
Cordis, Xuzhou, China
Cordis, Xuzhou is located in Xuzhou, the largest city of Jiangsu in China known as a national famous historical and cultural city. The property’s 269 guestrooms and suites boast sweeping 360-degree vista of Dalong Lake and the cityscape of Xuzhou.
Facilities include F&B, lounges and event venues, while the wellness centre comprises an indoor heated swimming pool, gym and spa.
Pullman Singapore Hill Street, Singapore
Pullman Singapore Hill Street has been designed around a railway junction theme that gives a nod to Pullman’s 19th-century origins of introducing luxury to railroad travelling with the first sleeping trains and premier services. Even the Pullman Porters at the Porter Lounge are decked in a full uniform.
All rooms and suites come equipped with in-room sensors and smart functions, while other offerings comprise multi-functional work or leisure rooms, gym, swimming pool with swim-up bar, restaurants, Grab & Go station, and more.
The hotel is a short walk to Clarke Quay, National Gallery Singapore and Fort Canning Park, and is a five-minute walk to the nearest train station.