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Fraser Place Fusionopolis Opens in Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 9 July 2009

Frasers Hospitality opened its latest property on Wednesday, the 50-unit all-loft Fraser Place Fusionopolis in Singapore.

The dcor at Fraser Place Fusionopolis focuses on sleek modern interiors while in-suite facilities and services include the latest surround sound entertainment systems, iPod docking stations, Nintendo Wii and WiFi and internet telephony - all aimed at todays tech-savvy professional.

"The opening of Fraser Place Fusionopolis is very special from a corporate viewpoint for a number of reasons. It is homecoming, our first property launch in Singapore since the opening of Fraser Suites and Fraser Place in l998," said Mr Choe Peng Sum, Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Hospitality.

"In addition, our Gold Standard serviced residences were first established in Singapore so it is fitting that we set new benchmarks for product and service here where it all began."

Fraser Suites and Fraser Place were the first two brands established by the company in Singapore in l998. Two additional brands Fraser Residence and Fraser Resorts also come under the Frasers Hospitality umbrella.

This year alone, Frasers has opened four properties in the United Kingdom, China, Thailand and Bahrain. With the opening of Fraser Place Fusionopolis in Singapore, the company now manages a grand total of 4,731 units in Europe, the Far East and Australia. By end 2009, another five properties or 647 units due to open in Budapest, Doha, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and Shanghai, will be added to the portfolio.

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