The Hyatt Regency Tokyo is a massive luxury hotel boasting breathtaking views of the city and Mt. Fuji to the west. Like the nearby Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo and the Hilton Tokyo, it caters to large groups of travelers and features a large event space. This complex has a total of 18 suites and 746 rooms.
the Grand Hyatt Melbourne is a 5 stars hotel located in the heart of Melbourne’s business and shopping district. It is a large building offering 547 guest rooms including studio, executive, deluxe rooms and suites. It also has an executive lounge called the Grand Club and offering complimentary evening cocktails and breakfast. The hotel is renowned in Australia for its unparalled service and facilities.
The Asia-to-Australia market has always been competitive but also a lucrative one as part of the Kangaroo route (Europe to Australia). Qantas has been fighting primarily with Asian airlines such as Thai Airways or Singapore Airlines but also with British Airways which has also been present on this route for a long time. Some other European airlines have tried, like Austrian, but couldn’t get breakeven. The major change over the last few years however, has been with the 3 Middle East carriers. Competition…
The Singapore Qantas lounge is part of a series of refurbished lounges that the airline has conceptualised starting in 2013. You won’t find anymore First Class section but one large combined lounge with upgraded comfort and service. A similar concept has been implemented in Brisbane and Hong Kong and a particular effort has been put on design. The Singapore one has actually already won an interior design award and it is understandable why!
The JW Marriott Marquis is a new 5 starts hotel located at the Business Bay in Dubai. The twin towers opened in 2013 and are currently considered the tallest hotel in the world, with a height of 355m and 77 floors. The hotel has also an impressive number of rooms: 1608. Its structure consists of a base podium which contains public area, restaurants, etc. and the 2 towers for the rooms.