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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong announces the completion of the second phase of its Hotel transformation, with the opening of its innovative new bar ARGO and lobby café Gallery on July 15, 2021. Joining the Hotel's collection of Michelin-starred dining destinations, the two new restaurant and beverage outlets further strengthen the Hotel's position as a global dining and fine drinking mecca.

Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley

Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley has revealed the stunning transformation of their boutique estate following the completion of a multi-million-dollar accommodation refurbishment. The 4th and final stage saw the unveiling of 105 re-imagined, light filled guestrooms complete with modern interiors.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

It's sometimes called the Grand Dame of the Harbour City, and Four Seasons Hotel Sydney remains the star of the show with upgraded rooms and new experiences ranging from high-tech hybrid meetings to Australia's largest selection of barrel-aged cocktails.

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong announces the completion of the first phase of its exciting transformation, with a set of completely redesigned guest rooms and suites now ready to welcome guests. The announcement heralds a new era of luxury hospitality for the Hotel, which is undergoing a complete enhancement of 399 guest rooms and suites, the lobby area, as well as the introduction of a highly anticipated bar ARGO, and lobby café Gallery to follow in June 2021, joining the Hotel's acclaimed Michelin-starred dining collection.

InterContinental Adelaide

InterContinental Adelaide, one of Adelaide's landmark luxury hotels, today announces its first major renovation since its opening.The hotel's asset management company, TCC Land International, based in Thailand, together with hotel operator, IHG Hotels & Resorts, has outlined plans for an extensive $32 million investment into the iconic 367 room hotel, which will commence in late 2021.

Holiday Inn Sydney Airport

Holiday Inn Sydney Airport has spent $4 million renovating 50 per cent of its guest rooms. Led by a team of creative architects and interior designers from A+ Design Group, the extensive refurbishment included new furnishings and bathrooms.

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