Drowning in hotel updates? It’s not really surprising when there are roughly 700,000 hotels scattered around the globe! But have no fear, Karryon is here!
We’ve been chatting to our hospo friends, scouring the web and listening to the word on the grapevine to bring you a carefully curated list of the best hotel intel you need to know this week.
Skill yourself up now and take advantage of some great updates.
1. 25% off with Ovolo’s ‘So Fresh, So Clean’ deal
Ovolo is inviting guests to stay ‘So Fresh, So Clean’ in celebration of the end of a busy year, enticing vacationers and stay-cationers to reset, refresh and chill out across all their designer hotels in Australia and Hong Kong.
Guests will receive 25% off the best available rate when they book a minimum 2-night stay at any Ovolo across Australia or Hong Kong, between 1st December 2019 – 30th June 2020.
This exclusive offer is available when booked directly through Ovolo Hotels. Where guests will also receive its already o-mazing offering of staple signature ‘freebies’ (which include free in-room mini bar, social happy hour, WiFi, self-laundry, breakfast and 24-hour gym access), as part of Ovolo’s mission to deliver the ultimate effortless customer experience.
Find out more at www.ovolohotels.com
2. New overwater bungalow suites
The stunning Four Seasons Bora Bora is debuting its new and enhanced overwater bungalow suites alongside their fresh retail experience – MoeMoea.
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has filled the void in an ever-growing demand for luxury overwater accommodation with the addition of six plunge pools to existing accommodation, six new suites all featuring infinity-edge plunge pools and new builds to one and two-bedroom overwater suites.
The hotel has also unveiled MoeMoea, an incredible shopping experience that guests can literally swim up to.
Find out more at www.fourseasons.com/borabora
3. Tanah Gajah, Ubud
One of Southeast Asia’s most renowned resorts, The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah Ubud, is set to anchor the ambitions of a brand new hotel management group, Hadiprana Hospitality.
The formal handover from the resort’s longtime operator, Singapore-based GHM, is set to take place on January 1st, 2020. The rebranded property will be called Tanah Gajah, a resort by Hadiprana.
Both the group and the resort are named for the late Hendra Hadiprana, a legendary Indonesian architect and designer, whose hands have fashioned some of the country’s most acclaimed properties, including the InterContinental Bali Resort and the Legian Bali as well as the five hectare-property moored in the lush rice fields of Ubud.
Since opening in July 2004, The Chedi Club has won renown as one of the most sublime resort experiences in Southeast Asia, partly for its design appeal and setting in the rice fields of Ubud, partly for the spectacular Kecak dance performed twice a week on property by a troupe from a neighbouring village and partly, too, for the estate’s expansive art collection.
Find out more at www.tanahgajahubud.com
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