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Asia/Singapore Saturday, 3rd December 2022
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Fairmont brand set to enter Japan come 2025

Accor and Nomura Real Estate Development Co. will land the Fairmont Hotels & Resorts brand in Japan with the opening of Fairmont Tokyo in...

Accor to debut Fairmont brand in Vietnam

The Fairmont Hanoi will open in the Vietnamese capital come 2024, making it the first Fairmont brand in the country. The 241-room luxury hotel will...

KKday offers staycation bundles with Disney PJs

Staycationers who book a stay at Fairmont Singapore or Fullerton Hotel Singapore via KKday are in for a sweet treat, as the online travel...

New hotels: Fairmont Ambassador Seoul, Hotel Indigo Adelaide Markets, and more

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

Accor to open dual-branded hotel in Qatar

Accor has inked a partnership with Katara Hospitality to debut its Raffles and Fairmont brands in Qatar, in the form of a dual-branded property. Set...

New hotels: Fairmont Sanya Haitang Bay, Best Western Plus Nexen, and...

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

Australia’s first Fairmont to open in 2023

Accor will bring the luxury Fairmont brand to Australia for the first time, with the Fairmont Port Douglas set to open in Far North...

Fairmont Maldives unveils new underwater art installation

After the Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi was ordered by the Maldives' government last August to remove "anti-Islamic" human-like sculptures within the Coralarium —...

Maldives smashes ‘offensive’ Coralarium statues

A gallery featuring semi-submerged sculptures – ruled anti-Islam under outgoing president Abdulla Yameen – was torn down in dramatic fashion last Friday. Images circulating on...

Maldives government sinks Fairmont’s ‘idols’ – and the mood to innovate?

The Maldives President’s Office has ordered the newly-opened Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi to remove life-size human-form sculptures that form an underwater art installation at the resort, citing “significant public sentiment” they constitute idol-worship.

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