Luxury Collection to open ten Asia properties in 12 months

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  1. uggboy
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    || Luxury Collection to open ten Asia properties in 12 months ||

    SEE THE LIST

    Awesome expansion around the world.:)
     
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    I've noticed this as I was looking at hotels for an upcoming trip to Bali. SPG is definitely trying to stake their claim as the leading hotel chain in Asia.
     
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    At LC Hongta (what does this name mean?) in Shanghai, formerly the St Regis in Pudong, I hope they keep the wonderful executive lounge on the top floor with views toward the lights of Pudong and the Bund. I'm glad that the Italian restaurant is staying.
     
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    China and the region is amazing, 1 billion people, all getting richer and richer, it is like Japan was and France America and Briton once were. India will be the next powerhouse but China now is unbelieveable. There are cities such as Shenzhen with Brand new buildings already built just waiting. They are building roads and railways like nobody has ever seen and there is a new hotel opened every day. My friends live in Hong Kong and their mum used to send food parcels to the mainland, now Hong Kong is passe and the poor relation and it is the mainland Chinese who are keeping Hong Kong alive. Hyatt were quick off the block, getting 3/4 hotels in most areas and now SPG cannot be stopped. It is so fantastic.It will take a little while for it all to sink in for we westeners, but what will come to light is that the Chinese 5 star hotels charge $50 per room and the chain hotel which we use for our status charge 200per room.
     

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