You’ll want to check-in to these luxury stays for the year-end holidays.
The elegant and contemporary Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur enjoys the advantage of having one of the most strategic locations in the city. Located beside the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, with the city’s biggest shopping centres, Suria KLCC and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, within comfortable walking distance, the hotel makes for an excellent choice of stay for leisure and business travellers alike. The hotel has 411 spacious guest rooms and suites, designed with floor-to-ceiling windows for maximum natural light and an excellent view of the Kuala Lumpur skyline.
Savour exciting dining options such as mixed fare at THIRTY8, local specialities at JP teres, and the scenic poolside restaurant, Poolhouse. Grand Hyatt offers numerous options for meeting and event spaces, from the oval pillar-less Grand Ballroom to The Grand Residence, a home-like events space, or the Sky Lobby Lounge and Poolside Residence. At the end of a long day, indulge in wellness treatments at Essa Spa, work up a sweat in the 24-hour fitness centre or relax in the outdoor swimming pool or sauna.
Making up nearly half of the Victoria Dockside skyscraper is the Rosewood Hong Kong, an ultra-luxury hotel with serviced residences and a spectacular view of the Victoria Harbour. The property’s 322 guest rooms, 91 suites and 186 spacious serviced apartments provide the utmost comfort for every member of the family, including pets. Pet owners can enjoy special amenities for their furry friends, from comfortable beds to food and water bowls, a special pet menu, as well as recommendations for local dog-friendly restaurants, bars and parks.
Enjoy exclusive services at The Manor Club, from premium food and beverage experiences to the games room, butler services and more. Dine in with a variety of concepts, from the Chinese and Shunde cuisine restaurant The Legacy House to local and international fare at Holt’s Café, delectable tea-time bites at The Butterfly Room or sophisticated cocktails at DarkSide bar.
Siem Reap’s iconic colonial site, the historic Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) Mansion, has been beautifully restored and reopened its doors as the FCC Angkor, a unique hotel managed by Avani Hotels & Resorts. The colonial structure, once home to the French colonial governor and subsequently the FCC, a renowned meeting point for international journalists, now welcomes guests to stay in its 80 rooms and suites, designed with a blend of both modern and colonial elements. Savour local and international flavours at the vibrant Mansion restaurant or soak in the atmosphere at the colonial era-inspired Scribe Bar. Relax in the two outdoor saltwater pools on a sunny day or experience signature treatments at Visaya Spa. As part of the hotel’s community outreach and commitment to empowering local women, the hotel has collaborated with local weaving villages to craft exquisite bed runners and chair cushions for its rooms, adding to the resort’s Cambodian identity.
Having opened just a few months ago, The Royal Park Canvas Osaka Kitahama presents itself as a stylish lifestyle hotel under Royal Park Hotels and Resorts Company’s millennial-centric Canvas brand. The 238-room hotel features a trendy décor in a simple and functional design, allowing guests to use the space according to their own personal styles. Canvas believes in connecting travellers with locals, opening options for them to visit famous sightseeing spots and immerse themselves in a variety of local experiences. Guests can opt to dine in for breakfast at the Canvas Lounge, which transforms into a café and bar serving light snacks after breakfast hours. The lounge is a casual and welcoming space that encourages guests to relax and mingle at any time of the day. Guests can also make use of the 24-hour gym to work up a sweat or the coin-operated laundry and dryer machines as well as ironing rooms.