Venue Update

The Fullerton Hotel, Sydney

Opening: October 18, 2019

Star Rating: 5

Capacity: 1,000

Bedrooms: 416

Centrally located on Martin Place the Fullerton Hotel is just steps away from some of Sydney’s most noteworthy restaurants, shops theatres and iconic landmarks.

416 rooms are split across the hotel’s two sections; the heritage section is located in the historic General Post building, and contemporary accommodation is in the high-rise Tower wing.

Alongside state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and bespoke catering packages, the Fullerton offers a nine meeting rooms and two ballrooms in which to host your meetings and events; its Grand Ballroom, is the largest pillar-free ballroom in Sydney, and can seat up to 1,000 delegates.

Marquee Singapore

Open: Now

Marquee is the largest nightclub in Singapore, its three levels and 2,300 sqm of floor space has capacity for 1,966 guests.

It is home to the first, fully-operational, indoor Ferris Wheel that will provide guests with unique photo moments and an unparalleled view of the nightclub from its pods. A three-storey high slide adds to the nightclub’s carnivalesque atmosphere and along one wall sits the largest 8k LED screen in the world.

Marquee is a truly unique venue, perfect for hosting fantastic events.


Raffles Hotel, Singapore

Opening: August 2019 

Star Rating: 5

Capacity: 550

Bedrooms: 115

Built in 1887, renovated in 2019, Raffles Hotel Singapore is reopening this August. As one of the few remaining 19th century hotels in the world, its vibrant lifestyle experiences and refreshed dining concepts will bring more than a touch of class to your event. Alongside its 103 suites, the hotel has renovated the Long Bar – home of the world-famous Singapore Sling cocktail.

The hotel has eight separate meeting rooms over 2,500 square metres and can host events for up to 550 delegates. The charming décor and exceptional catering will come together to create an unforgettable event experience.


Hotel Okura, Tokyo

Opening: September 2019 

Capacity: 720

Bedrooms: 508

September 2019 will bring the reopening of the Okura Hotel Tokyo, following a $979 million renovation. Many of the features from the original hotel, including the much loved 1960’s lobby, have been retained, albeit they are now spread across the hotel’s two new towers.

The property will offer 472 rooms and suites, each tastefully decorated and completed with a large range of amenities. Additionally, there will be 12 meeting rooms across 1,130 sqm of space. The exquisitely designed Crown Ballroom is the largest room, with space for 720 delegates.


Halehulani Okinawa, Japan

Opening: Summer 2019

Star Rating: 5

Bedrooms: 360

The Idyllic beach resort Halehulani is faces a mile of coastline on the island of Okinawa. The 360 rooms all offer sea views, stylish interior décor and an incredible list of amenities.

An impeccable choice of culinary options curated by Michelin-starred chefs, a luxury spa featuring natural hot spring water, and an abundance of idyllic views make the resort a dream getaway.


The St Regis Hotel, Hong Kong

Open: Now

Star Rating: 5

Bedrooms: 129

Capacity: 500

Located in the vibrant Wan Chai area of Kowloon Hong Kong, the newly finished St. Regis Hotel is close to the convention centre and has been designed with business travellers in mind. The hotel has nearly 12,000 sq.ft. of meeting and event space, including a pillar free ballroom with space to host up to 500 guests. There are 129 rooms and suites, with in-room check-in and the hotel’s signature St. Regis Butler and e-Butler services.

The décor has been styled by interior designer Andre Fu and the fusion of architectural creativity, cultural diversity and timeless elegance feature throughout the high-end Chinese and French restaurants, swimming pool, and mixology jazz bar.