Pan Pacific Hotels Group is to expand its
Parkroyal brand in Malaysia after signing two new-build resorts.
The Parkroyal A’Famosa Resort, Melaka is
scheduled to open in 2019, while the Parkroyal Langkawi
Resort (pictured) will open in 2020.
Located within the resort
precinct of Melaka, Parkroyal A’Famosa Resort
is surrounded by 520
hectares of undulating hills and a panoramic landscape.
The resort will feature an extensive
range of dining options including a lobby lounge, all-day dining
restaurant, a Chinese specialty restaurant, club lounge and a pool
seeking fun and leisure, the integrated resort houses a water
theme park and animal safari, as well as a wide range of
activities such as bowling, horse riding, fishing, tennis, and
Children-friendly facilities include a kids’
centre, outdoor swimming pools and playgrounds.
enthusiasts will appreciate the A'Famosa Resort Golf Course, a
27-hole international championship golf course designed by Ross C.
Watson, which is set on elevated grounds amidst the hills.
Shopping options at the Freeport A'Famosa Outlet
are also plentiful with more than 70 fashion, sports and lifestyle brands
to choose from.
A’Famosa Resort will also be ideal for corporate retreats, events and
team-building activities as it will have 7 meeting rooms, an outdoor garden and open rooftop,
as well as a Grand Ballroom that can accommodate up to 700 people.
town, an UNESCO World Heritage site, is a 40-minute drive away.
Opening in 2020, Parkroyal Langkawi Resort
is located on Pantai
Tengah Beach, the longest stretch of beach in Langkawi.
by restaurants, nightlife, and beach activities, the resort is a
20-minute drive from Langkawi International Airport and 18 km from
the nearest town centre, Kuah Town.
Parkroyal Langkawi Resort
will offer 294 guestrooms and unique sky dipping pools at its most
premium suites, seven exclusive villas, as well as an extensive
range of facilities including an all-day dining restaurant, a
Japanese restaurant, a beach bar, and multi-tier outdoor swimming
Mr Lothar Nessmann, Chief Executive Officer, Pan
Pacific Hotels Group, said, “Parkroyal is an established brand in
Malaysia, where we already operate a hotel, serviced suite and
resort in the key cities of Kuala Lumpur and Penang. We are
excited to expand our portfolio of resorts in this market after
seeing the popularity of Parkroyal Penang Resort, which underwent
an MYR55 million transformation recently as part of continuous
upgrading efforts to offer the best experience to our guests. We are committed to Malaysia as a strategic market as we grow
our presence in Asia. The Parkroyal brand, which celebrates
people, is especially well-suited for the leisure segment. We are
excited to plant more resorts with the Parkroyal flag in Melaka
and Langkawi, and look forward to creating real connections and
joyous moments with our guests.”
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