The Leading Hotels of the World Introduces 3 New Members to Its Curated Collection of Hotels in Asia
The Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd is pleased to announce the addition of three remarkable properties to its collection of more than 400 independent luxury hotels. Sharing a common dedication to personalized hospitality, the distinguished new members offer varied styles of architecture and design, and immersive cultural experiences delivered by passionate hoteliers.
Spanning from China to, to the ultra-modern streets of Singapore and the urban lanes of Malaysia these noteworthy new members can be found in these countries. The Leading Hotels of the Asia new members include:
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore (Singapore City, Singapore)
Housed in Stamford House and Capitol Building, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is a quintessential masterpiece of beautifully conserved architecture uplifted with a modern touch and bespoke hospitality. Located in the heart of the civic and cultural district, the stunning property features 157 luxurious guestrooms and suites, a lobby lounge, an outdoor saltwater relaxation pool, a fitness centre and spa, an exclusive event space, as well as a trendy bar and a signature restaurant led by a Michelin-starred chef. The discovery continues with unparalleled shopping and dining experiences within footsteps at the connected Capitol Piazza, and direct access to the legendary Capitol Theatre, where celebratory galas and extraordinary gatherings take place.
An uncommon experience not to miss: Journey down the charming civic district in an exclusive vintage Vespa sidecar. Explore museums, memorials, and parks, including St. Andrew’s Cathedral, National Gallery, and Chijmes as you marvel at some of the country’s most iconic attractions and gain insight into this precinct where modern Singapore began.
The PuShang Hotel and Spa (Xiamen, China)
Nestled between Xiamen’s magnificent oceanfront and its most vibrant business district, The PuShang Hotel and Spa opened October 2018. The vibrant hotel draws its inspiration from both aspects of the region and offers easy access to the best of the city. Architecturally rooted in the rich heritage of the province, 188 guestrooms and suites afford unprecedented views across the property’s magnificent landscape and the ocean. The PuShang Hotel and Spa also features bars, lounges, meeting spaces, and a comprehensive wellness offering which are sure to redefine the standards of luxury hospitality in the region and beyond. From the finest Chinese cuisine to the savours of the Mediterranean, the hotel’s two flagship restaurants and bars offer guests a world of flavours.
An uncommon experience not to miss: For those looking to experience Xiamen’s impressive natural surroundings, The PuShang Hotel and Spa’s knowledgeable team can recommend a carefully-curated morning stroll. Choose from a walk around Wuyuan Bay Wetland Park, an ecological park that is an important stopover for migratory birds and home to over 50 species including egrets and black swans, or travel to the pedestrian-only island of Gulangyu, a UNESCO WorldCultural Heritage Site with a charming mix of architectural styles around the world.
The RuMa Hotel and Residences (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
A new urban haven within the vibrant heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle and steps from the centre of the business and entertainment districts, The RuMa Hotel and Residences opened its doors in November 2018. The posh new property features 253 luxuriously appointed guestrooms and suites, a library lounge, modern Malaysian eatery, UR SPA, a state-of-the-art gym, outdoor pool bar, and a Barber at The RuMa by Truefitt & Hill. Within its contemporary and luxurious setting, the urban resort captures all the intimacy of a home run by an accomplished host with their mantra of “Hostmanship,” a signature host and guest experience.
An uncommon experience not to miss: With its central location, The RuMa Hotel provides access to the best of what the city has to offer and can set up unique opportunities for travellers to discover hidden treasures of Malaysian heritage. Throughout this unique and multicultural community, guests can take on an outdoor excursion to the nearby Kanching Falls, or bravely ascend the 272 steps to explore the Batu Caves, said to be over 400 million years old and currently the home of one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India.