G Hotel Kelawai launched

G Hotel Kelawai opened on Jalan Kelawai in Penang, Malaysia.

The lobby has designer furnishing, with Italian-made Baxter Chester Moon sofa and Baxter Molly armchair. Designed by Paola Navone, Chester Moon has hand-quilted upholstery in an exclusive capitonne pattern, where the leather is drawn together to create an elegant feature. On other hand, Molly Armchair was designed by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas. Made of a wood structure and covered with leather and fur, this chair’s armrest stretches out, looking like it is ready to embrace.

There are a total of 208 rooms, including 143 deluxe rooms that measure 377 square feet, 20 Executive Rooms 377 square feet, 43 Executive Premier rooms at 484 square feet and two Premier Suites at 883 square feet. Every room comes with eco-friendly Appelles toiletries, Serta bed, Herman Miller designer working chair, docking station, alarm clock, ironing facilities, 55-inch smart LED TV, minibar, coffee machine and Wi-Fi connectivity.

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The property has three food and beverage outlets – Spoon, a coffee house; 2PM, the lobby lounge; and Gravity, a 24th floor rooftop bar.

G Hotel Kelawai also offers a gymnasium and business center.

There is also an infinity pool on the 24th floor, offering a 360-degree view of the island, including view of the Penang Bridge.

For events, the property has classroom-type rooms called “Forum.” These meeting rooms may be combined to create a bigger space. These rooms have Herman Miller designer working chairs, teleconference facilities and LCD touch screen.

G Hotel Kelawai is located near Gurney Plaza, Gurney Paragon, and UNESCO heritage sites and beaches.

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