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08 October 2015
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Combining stunning European architecture with traditional Arabian elements, the newly opened Marsa Malaz is the latest Kempinski hotel to be turning heads. Located on it’s own secluded island in Doha, the hotel opens with 281 luxurious rooms striking a balance between European architecture and traditional Arabian elements. ‘We want to show the guest that there is something different in Doha.’ says general manager Wissam Suleiman. ‘We want to show them that luxury will start now. This hotel will give something which was not given in Doha before.'
Marsa Malaz’s palace-like structure casts a dominant figure over its breathtaking beach and pool area; sits mere feet away from bustling entertainment districts and the Doha Golf Club.
‘We believe Moon Palace Jamaica Grande will offer new and exciting opportunities and experiences for our valued guests seeking the highest calibre vacation experience’. Those are the words of Gibran Chapur, Executive Vice President of Palace Resorts outlining the intent of the newly opened Moon Palace Jamaica Grande which underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation.
Moon Palace aims to replicate the prior success of its Mexico locations with a focus on meetings and events capabilities, boasting 30,000 square feet of dedicated space – the most of any hotel in Jamaica. With the Jamaica Grande, the brand has created a serene atmosphere, reflective of the local atmosphere that contributes to an idyllic all inclusive experience.
Since agreeing to take over management of the resort in August last year, Shangri-La has been hard at work preparing the Le Touessrok Resort to be the brand’s third resort situated in the Indian Ocean. Located on the east coast of Mauritius, the hotel is set to re-open its doors on November 1 after six months of renovation work.
Le Touessrok will boast three villas and 200 guestrooms, all of which with sea views, each mere moments from the pure shores of the Indian Ocean. Embracing traditional Asian hospitality and idyllic surroundings, the resort aims to provide a serene experience throughout as exemplified by the island of Ilot Mangénie, which is exclusively for Shangri-La guests. On top of a host of water and land-based activities, guests will also enjoy the island of Ile aux Cerfs, which is home to a sensational championship golf course designed by Bernhard Langer.
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