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Renaissance Hotel Opens in Johor Bahru

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The Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel has officially opened.

The new hotel is located in the township of Permas Jaya, close to the city centre of Johor Bahru and a short drive from the Eastern Dispersal Link leading directly to the CIQ to Singapore, and North South Highway, leading to the rest of Malaysia. The hotel is also situated close to the port and industrial area of Pasir Gudang.

The hotels four restaurants and bars include Caf BLD for all-day dining; Wan Li Restaurant for contemporary Cantonese cuisine; The Chocolate Cake Company featuring the hotels own freshly baked cakes, breads and pastries; and the R-Bar, a lobby bar offering exclusive RLife LIVE entertainment.

For leisure and relaxation, the hotel features an outdoor swimming pool and fitness center, while for those visiting for meetings, the hotel boasts seven flexible rooms packed full of state-of-the-art technology and plentiful natural daylight.

Marc Cosyns, General Manager, said, We are delighted to be officially opening the hotel. As you can see this a great hotel and really helps to put Johor Bahru on the map. The 345-room hotel offers a variety of room categories, all equipped with the latest in modern amenities including 42-inch flat screen televisions with satellite channel access and much more, and my team and I are looking forward to welcoming our guests to the property.

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