Luxury high in the hills

sleep May 17, 2017 14:05

By The Nation

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Perched high in Malaysia’s lush jungle-clad Genting Highlands, the newly opened Best Western Premier Ion Delemen Hotel offers travellers a natural retreat and easy access to Genting’s Resort World, which is home to a theme park, casino and Malaysia’s longest cable car ride.

Operated by Ion Delemen Hospitality Sdn Bhd, it is part of the Ion Delemen development, which is expected to fully open in 2018 and will include an international wellness centre.

“The Genting Highlands is becoming a mustvisit destination, not only for Malaysian travellers wanting a break from the city, but also for a rising number of international guests,” says Olivier Berrivin, Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ managing director for international operations in Asia. “

With beautiful natural scenery, an array of worldclass attractions and the 20th Century Fox World on track to open this year, there are now multiple reasons to visit. 

“Our impressive new hotel, Best Western Premier Ion Delemen, provides contemporary and stylish upscale accommodation for visitors. And with its outstanding collection of premium facilities and an incredible setting, this property is likely to become a destination in its own right,” Olivier adds..

Best Western Premier Ion Delemen offers 246 guestrooms, varying from studios to one, two and threebedroom suites, complete with living areas, bedrooms and kitchenettes. All rooms provide modern amenities including flatscreen TVs, international power outlets and complimentary WiFi, spacious bathrooms and large windows that look out over the lush mountains.

This brand new hotel also incorporates a vast array of amenities, including multiple restaurants and bars, many of which offer floortoceiling windows and al fresco seating areas that merge seamlessly with the natural surroundings. There is also a sky garden, a heated infinityedged swimming pool, luxurious spa, fully equipped fitness centre, children’s play area, and extensive space for conferences and events.

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