Central Square, Singapore (PressExposure) April 24, 2013 -- Far East Hospitality, a premier hospitality provider offering a full complement of Singapore-inspired hospitality services has announced its on-going plans for the next 6-8 months that includes new hotels in Singapore, completion of refurbishment works for existing properties, and plans to enhance services for bookers, travel consultants and emerging groups of travelers.
Singapore's largest and fastest growing hotels and serviced residences operator, Far East Hospitality operates the largest hospitality portfolio in Singapore comprising eight hotels and nine serviced residences with a combined inventory of more than 3,400 units as well as the Sri Tiara residences in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
"As tourist arrivals are expected to increase in the future, we are planning to expand our business footprint by tapping on the region's robust economic development. We are the first hospitality operator in Singapore to target medical tourism with a three-month tie-up, until December 2012, with local medical providers. Travelers looking to incorporate health and wellness can take advantage of the medical facilities that is available around the Oasia Hotel which was just opened in 2012," said Mr Arthur Kiong, Far East Hospitality's Chief Executive Officer.
With 50 years of real estate development and management expertise with a proven track record in hospitality asset enhancements and operations, Far East Hospitality looks to define its hospitality brands in the region. The successful listing of the Far East Hospitality Trust by parent company Far East Organization has underscored the group's experience and expertise in hospitality management.
Known for its distinctive brands - Village, Oasia, Quincy and Far East Collection, Far East Hospitality offers short- and long-term accommodation catering to business and leisure guests.
Recently, it has announced its on-going plans and those in the pipeline. It will manage East Village Hotel, the flagship Village hotel which will be officially launched by the first quarter of 2013. It will offer guests the intimate experience of exploring the richness of the Katong precinct.
Far East Orchard is also redeveloping Plaza Atrium, a former commercial building in Kuala Lumpur, into a serviced residence property.
"There has been substantial interest, especially in our award-winning boutique Quincy, as well as the city-friendly Oasia concepts, to invite us to replicate, and export our home grown world class Singapore hospitality. We are the first in Singapore to create a hospitality style that is pragmatic, demands excellence, efficiency and is immaculate, just as Singapore is," said Mr Kiong
The Quincy Hotel has come up tops as Singapore's best luxury boutique hotel in the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2012. The Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Awards 2012 also recognized the hotel as one of the top 3 Best Boutique Hotels in Asia-Pacific.
For corporate travelers, dedicated resources have been set up to support travel consultants in Singapore hotel. Bookers too can look forward to an enhanced reward programme by November 2012. To cater to business travelers & tech-savvy guests, free wifi will be progressively rolled out among its hotels Singapore.