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The Ace Hotel Tokyo is the first Ace Hotel to open in Asia. The design came about from a collaboration between long-time Ace partner, Commune Design and Kengo Kuma, the lead architect for the Tokyo Olympic Stadium. Combining innovation and historical preservation, together they have transformed the former 1920s Kyoto Central Telephone Company building into an urban retreat with a central courtyard garden at its heart.
The Ace Hotel brings a cool and edgy feel to corporate meetings, and is designed with the cities past, present and future in mind.
The Hotel Okura has reopened after an extensive three-year renovation project. While it’s now known as The Okura Tokyo, the overall spirit, heritage and the design of the renewed hotel has been meticulously preserved and restored. The hotel decor is a brilliant blend of modern and traditional Japanese design, and the 19 meeting rooms vary in size style and location – each unique with its own personality. The hotel can also customize the spaces to accommodate Japanese style meetings.
The Andaz Seoul Gangnam has been designed by award-winning, internationally renowned Dutch design firm Studio Piet Boon. As guests move through the hotel’s light-filled interiors, unique layouts unfold to reveal unconventional corners and dynamic architectural angles that are layered with contemporary bojagi patterns cloaked in soothing muted shades and subtle textures.
The hotel is directly connected to the Apgujeong metro station in Seoul, and is just a short stroll from affluent Apgujeong and Cheongdam neighbourhoods where you can explore Korean Chic with luxury fashion and beauty, art museums and culinary delights.
W Hotels expansion into Ubud marks the second W Hotel in Indonesia, following the opening of W Bali – Seminyak in 2010.
W Ubud looks set to be unforgettable. Synn, a speciality restaurant featuring the finest of Balinese and world cuisines, is sensational. This new restaurant will be partially underground, opening towards a jungle cliff and featuring innovative cuisine with a strong vegan focus, a progressive cocktail lab and eclectic digital artwork. Wanderbar, the hotel’s panoramic cocktail bar will be nestled on one of the hotel’s highest hills, offering 360-degree views from sunrise to sunset and inspired concoctions to match.
The meeting rooms featuring bright natural lighting and outdoor lawn spaces. Both the outdoor and indoor event spaces utilize bamboo and live planting to decorate with a natural touch and highlight the hotels sustainability mission.
The Chedi Mumbai is set to open in March 2020. The hotel is strategically located in close proximity to the international and domestic airports, and to commercial business districts. It will offer exceptionally versatile meeting and special events space totalling 1,200 square metres.
The bedrooms start from 20th floor and the hotel also features a Rooftop Bar and a Cigar Bar.
The new Porter House Hotel had been developed in line with the $380m Sydney CBD revamp. As well as 121 rooms and 131 residential apartments, the Porter House will feature four levels of additional facilities, including lobby, pool and fitness centre, two restaurants, a fourth floor bar with roving art gallery, meeting and private dining facilities and a business centre.
By the end of the project $120 million will have been spent on the new landmark luxury hotel which interweaves with the existing 1870’s Heritage listed Porter House.