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Asia/Singapore Thursday, 30th March 2023
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Domitys debuts in Malaysia with senior living residences

Domitys, a leading brand of senior serviced residences founded in France, has expanded to Malaysia with the launch of Domitys Bangsar in the heart...

Co-living gets crowded

The pandemic has shown stronger value in extended stay business, with the co-living model in particular attracting investors big and small

Pandemic shows stronger value in extended stay business

Ascott’s acquisition of Oakwood came as no surprise. Their parents, CapitaLand Investments and Mapletree Investments respectively, are linked to Singapore’s Temasek Holdings. If anything, it is long time coming.

FEH brings Vibe, Adina brands to Asia, with first openings set...

Far East Hospitality (FEH) is bringing two established Australian brands – Vibe Hotels and Adina – into its home base Singapore, a move that...

Best Western takes extended stay brand to Australasia

BWH Hotel Group (BWH) has launched its Executive Residency by Best Western extended stay brand in Australasia in collaboration with ARBT Property Group (ARBT). Set...

Frasers Hospitality sets foot in Cambodia

Frasers Hospitality will open its first property in Phnom Penh come October 2022, the first of three openings slated for Cambodia over the next...

Accor to reflag 8 on Claymore Serviced Residences in Singapore

Accor is set to operate the group's first serviced apartment property in Singapore with the signing of 8 on Claymore Serviced Residences located in...

Ascott to manage biggest serviced residence development in Vietnam

The Ascott Limited (Ascott) has formed a strategic partnership with Vietnamese developer Sun Group to manage Vietnam’s largest serviced residence integrated development. Under the agreement,...

Rosewood to open first stand-alone residential project in Lido Key

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has signed a deal to launch the brand's inaugural stand-alone residential project in Lido Key, which will take the form...

A warm welcome

The pandemic’s work-from-home movement has nudged consumers into the arms of work-friendly hospitality spaces, presenting an unexpected boon to players in the long-stay market. Now, daytime workcation packages have become a life buoy for Asia’s serviced residences, reports Pamela Chow.

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