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1. Review of the Value Hotel Balestier
Review of the Value Hotel Balestier in Singapore. All three Value Hotels offer roughly the same rate, which is to say from Sin$ 69 depending on which day you wish to stay. That extremely impressive rate, especially for a city like Singapore, is nett which means it is inclusive of taxes and service charges. If you would like internet then just add Sin$ 10 nett to that base rate.
2. Singapore's Worldwide Hotels to Expand Portfolio
With the consolidation of Hotel 81, Value Hotel, Venue Hotel, V Hotel, Hotel Boss, and Hotel Mi under one umbrella, Worldwide Hotels has become Singapore's largest homegrown tourist class hotel group.
3. Hotel Jen in Hong Kong launches Sleep and Spa Promotion
Hotel Jen in Hong Kong launches Sleep and Spa Promotion. For businessmen tired of running from one meeting to the next, shopaholics whove clocked up too many miles in designer boutiques, or tourists whove seen one big Buddha too many, Hotel Jen in Hong Kong has launched a series of Sleep and Spa packages combining great value hotel accommodation with a selection of spa treatmen
4. Destinations in AP Offer Increased Value as Hotel Rates Drop
The highest percentage decreases in the report were in Asia Pacific, with a 21% drop taking Busan and Hanoi to Sin$120 and Sin$89, respectively. The impact of the political turmoil in Thailand was also clearly reflected with lower rates recorded in Pattaya where rates fell 13% to Sin$115, whilst Bangkok took an 11% tumble to Sin$106.
5. Red Planet - A New Hotel Brand is Born
Red Planet Hotels has rebranded its 24 properties into Red Planet hotels, a new brand specifically created to redefine the value hotel experience. The 24 Red Planet hotels consist of 3,783 rooms in Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Philippines. In addition to the existing portfolio, Red Planet has also confirmed that it will open new hotels in Tokyo and Bangkok this year.
6. Tune Hotels Group Unveils New Organisational Functions
Tune Hotels Group has revealed details of its new company structure and strategy. The first core function is Brand, Assets and Capital Markets which will be led by Mark Lankester as CEO. Mark Lankester served as CEO of the Tune Hotels Group since it first started in 2007 in Downtown Kuala Lumpur and has since grown the brand to one of the fastest growing value hotel brands today in
7. Japan 2020 - Red Planet Unveils Major Japan Expansion for Tune Hotels
Red Planet Hotels has unveiled details of a multi-billion yen expansion into Japan, with plans to grow Asia's value hotel brand -Tune Hotels - in the country. Through Red Planet Hotels' newly established and JASDAQ-listed subsidiary, Red Planet Japan, the company will make an initial JPY10 billion (US$100 million) investment over the next six years, establishing a platform to grow
8. Qantas Joins Sustainable Fuel Users Group
Qantas Joins Sustainable Fuel Users Group. Qantas has formally joined the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAFUG), a bipartisan industry group established to accelerate the development and commercialisation of sustainable aviation fuel.

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