New hotels: InterContinental Bangkok Sukhumvit, Ardo Townsville and more

TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotel openings and announcements

InterContinental Bangkok Sukhumvit

InterContinental Bangkok Sukhumvit, Thailand
The 241-key InterContinental Bangkok Sukhumvit is situated in Thonglor, one of Bangkok’s most vibrant districts, where chic bistros, upscale bars, and onsen spas are located nearby the property.

The hotel offers three dining options, a spa and event venues – it also has a curated Sleep Well Program to promote healthy sleeping rituals for guests.

Ardo Townsville

Ardo Townsville, Australia
Ardo Townsville is located in Northern Queensland, Australia and boasts 132 rooms and suites.

Facilities comprise F&B options, spa, rooftop pool and pool deck.

Ardo guests will also be able to access The Ville precinct’s amenities (Morris Group’s neighbouring resort) which include the famous ocean-side swimming pool with a swim-up bar, gym and casino.

Lux* South Ari Atoll

Lux* South Ari Atoll, the Maldives
Lux* South Ari Atoll has unveiled ten new Romantic Beach Pool Villas, which are thatched-roof beach bungalows and villas perched over the Maldivian waters.

Each villa has direct access to the beach and lagoon along with private swimming pools set in lush gardens, and boasts breath-taking views of the ocean.

Curated experiences available include a bikini lunch served in the pool, a dedicated in-villa mixology experience and an exclusive cinema screening on the beach.

Lux* South Ari Atoll also features a variety of activities like bicycle rides along the jetty, swimming alongside whale sharks, partaking in marine conservation, dining at the resort’s eight restaurants, as well as seeking wellness treatments at the spa.

Pemako Punakha

Pemako Punakha, Bhutan
Nestled by the Mo Chhu River in the town of Punakha, Pemako Punakha offers a variety of accommodation options, such as 19 luxury tented villas, a two-bedroom tented villa and a presidential tented villa – each with a private temperature-controlled pool.

A 3.5-hour drive from the Paro International Airport, guests upon arrival will cross a bridge strung with fluttering prayer flags, followed by a short yet scenic ride to the resort. Direct helicopter transfers can also be arranged from the airport to the hotel via a 25 to 30-minute scenic ride.

The hotel is home to a diverse range of private dining experiences made with fresh organic, local produce. Guests can also choose from a range of wellness activities, such as yoga and meditation as well as spa treatments.

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