Four new hotels in Asia

JW Marriott brings five-star oppulance to Phu Quoc, Vietnam

Visitors to a southern Vietnamese island of Phu Quoc in a Gulf of Thailand can now check into five-star oppulance during a JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort Spa. The hotel, on a island’s southern tip, has 244 bedrooms and suites, a pool, aptness centre, several restaurants and spa. Rooms cost from Vnd8.7m (Dh1,416) per night including taxes.

Canggu suggestion comes to Bali with Como Uma Resort

In a Indonesian island of Bali, Como Hotels Resorts is opening a oppulance review in a select enclave of Canggu on a south coast. The Como Uma Canggu has 52 bedrooms and suites, 55 one- and two-bedroom residences and 12 three-bedroom penthouses, along with a vast sauna and wellness centre and a choice of restaurants. Bookings are accessible from Feb 15 and bedrooms cost from $242 (Dh890) per night including taxes.

Pool rug of a master bedroom during a penthouse during COMO Uma Canggu. COMO Uma Canggu

Kolkata gets a initial oppulance boutique hotel

Newly non-stop in a former collateral of a British Raj, The Penthouse, a nine-suite ancestral boutique hotel, has been non-stop by a association behind Glenburn Tea Estate. Interiors mix oppulance with strange features; some bedrooms have their possess garden terraces and outside Jacuzzis and a rooftop patio with a pool and restaurant, unaware a Victoria Memorial. The skill has strange facilities and lush interiors and includes a sauna and restaurant. Rooms cost from Inr25,600 (Dh1,500) per night including taxes.

A apartment during The Penthouse in Kolkata. The Penthouse

Radisson opens a initial hotel in Indian Kashmir

Travellers to Srinagar in a Indian state of Jammu Kashmir can now check in to a Radisson Srinagar in a city centre. The hotel has 88 rooms, 3 restaurants and a spa. Rooms cost from Dh350 per night including taxes.

A room during a new Radisson Srinagar, India. Radisson


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