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Asia/Singapore Tuesday, 28th March 2023
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From Armani to Porsche Design: the rise of branded residences

JLL Asia Pacific’s head of advisory & asset management, Xander Nijnens, shares how consumer-branded residential projects are gaining popularity, among other trends in today’s luxury living sector

Sublime Samui Villas opens office in Koh Samui

Sublime Samui Villas (SSV), a villa management specialist operating on a consultancy basis in the Samui market since 2016, has launched a dedicated office...

Singapore’s heritage building turns hotel, joins SLH

Hotel Telegraph is the new name given to a 95-year-old building that once belonged to the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company. Located in Singapore’s Central...

Hilton’s regional luxury properties back to full operation

Hilton’s collection of luxury hotels and resorts across Asia-Pacific has resumed 100 per cent of operations, a progress facilitated by a strong headcount of...

Raffles properties launch unique destination insights

Raffles Hotels & Resorts has created a collection of travel experiences – Beautifully Curated by Raffles – that showcases unique aspects of the destination...

New experiences platform helps Singapore luxury hotels tap ancillary revenue

DayAway, a new luxury hotel experience platform, aims to help luxury properties in Singapore optimise and monetise their under-utilised ancillary space – such as...

Rebuilding travel demand

The pandemic has widened Hilton’s customer base, bringing in customers who are keen to splurge unused travel budgets on a better staycation, reveals Nils-Arne Schroeder, global brand head, Conrad Hotel & Resort and vice president, luxury & lifestyle, Asia Pacific, Hilton.

New app HoteLux spices up luxury stays with elite-status perks

HoteLux, a membership-based luxury hotel reservation app with over 4,000 luxury hotel properties worldwide, has launched in Singapore. For an annual fee of S$99 (US$75),...

Big push for micro-tourism

The rise of micro-tourism as Japan’s domestic travel market springs back to post-pandemic life, aided by a national campaign, has birthed new opportunities for luxury hoteliers in Japan, who are tapping that demand with safety promises, curated activities and creative pivots. By Kathryn Wortley

Getting back on track

The pandemic has brought about a renewed focus on wellness, alongside newfound demands for secluded, sanitised stays. Anne Somanas delves into how Thai luxury hoteliers are realigning their strategies to suit the future

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