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Hotel Mi Rochor, Singapore
Hotel Mi Rochor is the latest addition to Singapore, surrounded by the colourful charms of Little India and Kampong Glam, the Bugis shopping district, and the Bencoolen arts enclave.
Featuring 530 rooms, the hotel is conveniently located next to Rochor MRT station, providing direct train access to many popular shopping and dining spots and the CBD.
On the property, guest can enjoy facilities like the outdoor pool, gym, gardens, and all-day dining restaurant.
Hotel Mi Rochor also features eco-conscious elements, such as biodegradable bathroom amenities, reusable bath amenity bottles, and in-room filtered water dispensers.
Artyzen New Bund 31 Shanghai, China
Located along the Huangpu River in the buzzy cultural hub and new CBD of Qiantan, Shanghai, this new lifestyle hotel is located adjacent to the Bank of Communications and New Bund 31 Performing Arts Center.
The hotel boasts 202 rooms and suites, F&B options, as well and meeting venues.
Nearby the property are shopping, dining, and entertainment including Taikoo Li, Oriental Sports Centre, and NYU Shanghai. The Bund, People’s Square and Xujiahui are just 15 minutes away by car.
The Singapore Edition, Singapore
The Singapore Edition is the brand’s first hotel in the region and offers a tranquil green escape from Singapore’s bustling Orchard Road.
The 204-key hotel features a collection of restaurants and bars, spa, gym, garden courtyard, rooftop pool, and event spaces.
Wyndham Grand Bangsar Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Wyndham Grand Bangsar Kuala Lumpur, formerly known as Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar, offers 513 rooms and expansive event spaces, including a ballroom that can host up to 2,000 people, and a collection of 12 versatile meeting rooms.
Other facilities are an outdoor pool, spa, gym, restaurant, executive lounge, and onsite parking.
Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point, Australia
The 105-room Hotel Indigo Sydney Potts Point is a boutique hotel tucked behind the city’s iconic neon Coca-Cola sign in the King Cross neighbourhood.
The theatrical lobby welcomes guests to a specially curated art collection, and guests can even add their own touch to the atmosphere, selecting vintage vinyl records to spin on the lobby’s turntable each evening.
The rooms provide stocked mini bars, local designer bathrobes and Biology care amenities.
By day, guests can explore bistros, boutiques and galleries at Potts Point – come nightfall, bars, clubs and theatre starts right from the hotel’s doorstep on Kings Cross Road. Also nearby is Sydney’s Botanic Gardens, as well as harbour side and the CBD.