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Artotel Group seeks expansion with FEH alliance

Indonesia’s hospitality and lifestyle company Artotel Group has formed a strategic partnership with Singapore’s Far East Hospitality (FEH) as it seeks to plant its...

FEH ploughs ahead with regional expansion

Far East Hospitality (FEH) will continue with its regional expansion plans, which includes two upcoming properties in Japan and Singapore, as well as a...

New hotels: Capella Hanoi, Quincy Hotel Melbourne, and more

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

New Oasia Resort in Sentosa among FEH’s trio of new hotels...

Far East Hospitality (FEH) will forge ahead with its expansion plans, with three properties – Oasia Resort Sentosa, Far East Village Hotel Yokohama, and...

New hotels: Raffles Bali, Far East Village Hotel Ariake, and more

TTG Asia's weekly roundup of new hotel openings.

Singapore hotels prep for return of dine-in customers

Hotels in Singapore are changing up their F&B operations to cater to the return of dine-in customers, as the country stepped into phase two...

Far East Hospitality turns to The Clan to roll out new...

With millennial spending power on the rise, Far East Hospitality (FEH) has launched its latest Clan Hotel brand to redefine luxury accommodation for a...

Far East Hospitality makes Japan foray under Village brand

Singapore-headquartered Far East Hospitality (FEH) will be opening the company's first overseas property in Japan. Set to open in 2Q2020, Village Hotel Ariake Tokyo will...

Legal or illegal lodging? The choice is yours, says hospitality chief

As short-term rentals remain in the regulatory grey zone in many parts of Asia, Arthur Kiong, CEO, Far East Hospitality, explains why serviced residences offer an accommodation sweet spot that combines 'living like a local' with comforts usually associated with hotel stay.

Making room for all

Serviced residences are no longer exclusively targeting the extended stay market, as the sector responds to shifts in market demand for shorter stays and smaller units.

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