New hotels: Belmont Hotel Mactan, The Serangoon House and more
TTG Asia’s weekly roundup of new hotel openings and announcements
Belmont Hotel Mactan, the Philippines
The 550-key Belmont Hotel Mactan features three room categories: Junior Suite, Deluxe Premier (seven rooms are dedicated for guests with special needs), and Superior Deluxe Queen or Twin.
Just 15 minutes away by car from Cebu International Airport, the hotel is located within a lifestyle and business hub, The Mactan Newtown Township by Megaworld, which offers F&B establishments and convenience stores alongside mixed-used condominium towers and office spaces. It is also close to tourist sites like the Mactan Shrine Park.
Onsite facilities comprise a pool, children’s pool, fitness centre, event spaces and three dining outlets.
The Serangoon House, Singapore
The Serangoon House is a lifestyle hotel located in Singapore’s most vibrant ethnic district, Little India, where the best of the local Indian community is shown through spice shops, jewellery stores, trendy cafés and hip watering holes.
Each of the 90 rooms can accommodate up to six guests when required, and features a two-tier canopy bed.
In-house restaurant, GupShup, serves authentic Indian food.
G Hotel Gurney, Malaysia
G Hotel Gurney has reopened after a makeover, with new facilities, lifestyle experiences and dining concepts. Its 312 rooms range from deluxe and executive rooms to G suites.
Guests will enjoy a fuss-free check-in experience as they are guided directly to the lobby at level three through the redesigned concierge area on the ground floor while indulging in complimentary ice-cream.
There are also meeting venues and an executive lounge for business travellers on level 15, where guests can enjoy an endless flow of champagne and evening cocktails while admiring the scenic views of Penang.
Conrad Singapore Orchard, Singapore
Conrad Singapore Orchard in the heart of the city has launched with an initial offering of 10 restaurants and bars, as well as 14 event spaces.
Its 440 rooms are presently undergoing extensive refurbishment and will welcome guests in early 2024.