High Tech Hotel in Papua New Guinea Joins Summit

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Summit Hotels & Resorts has signed its first member property in Papua New Guinea, the Grand Papua Hotel.

Opening on 1 December 2011, Grand Papua Hotel will be the flagship hotel and the 9th property in the Coral Seas Hotel group collection.

Located in the city centre of Port Moresby, the 161-room hotel will offer the latest in technology with innovative paperless check-in system using tablet technology.

 As the first newly built hotel in Port Moresby in over two decades, it will be the most technically advanced building in the country with a fully integrated building management system to maximize energy efficiency.

Situated on the highest point in the city, the hotel is ideal for both corporate and leisure guests with only a short walk to Ela Beach, the craft market and the citys business and commercial centre.

 Guestrooms and suites are contemporary in feel with local indigenous accents and features a 32-inch LCD screen cable TV, Wi-Fi internet connection and other international standard amenities. Balconies at every room offer views of Ela Beach and Fairfax Harbour.

Equipped with state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, there are 6 conference rooms that can accommodate meetings and private functions for up to 200 participants.

The hotels other facilities include three levels of underground secured parking, 24-hour security, 330sqm of spa and beauty treatment services, outdoor jacuzzi, a 15-metre swimming pool and a fully-equipped fitness centre.

To celebrate it opening, the hotel is offering a 20% discount off the Best Available Rate including breakfast for one person. This promotion is valid from 1 December 2011 to 30 June 2012. Terms and conditions apply.

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