Jaya Mapan, Park Hotel Group plan Park Hotel Melaka

Park Hotel Melaka

Park Hotel Group is planning to open its first hotel in Malaysia. The company has signed a contract with a subsidiary of Jaya Mapan to manage the Park Hotel Melaka, slated to open in the first half of 2019.

Located in Kota Laksamana’s entertainment and business district, the 245-room new-build Park Hotel Melaka will be part of The Green, a mixed-use development that includes retail outlets, shop offices and serviced apartments. BW Lim International is designing the property. 

Based in Melaka, Jaya Mapan focuses on property development in residential, commercial and retail sectors. The company specializes in mixed-use developments.

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This is Park Hotel Group’s sixth country and ninth city in its plan to grow its brand footprint across the Asia-Pacific region.

Park Hotel Group owns and manages 13 hotels in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, China, Japan and Australia. The Group extended its portfolio to resort properties with Park Hotel Nusa Dua, Bali last year. Park Hotel Farrer Park, the Group’s 5th hotel in Singapore is scheduled to open end of this year. Its first hotel in Australasia—the Park Hotel Adelaide—is slated to launch in 2018.

Source: Breaking Travel News

 

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