To prepare for post pandemic travel demand, 10 Hilton properties across
Southeast Asia are welcoming travellers with expanded, updated
amenities, with a focus on the great outdoors.
across Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, and the Maldives,
brands included in extensive facelift projects cover the Conrad, Hilton
and Millennium Hilton brands.
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island — also the first international resort
to open at the resort paradise — will unveil the extensive revamps on
its overwater villas in 1Q 2022.
Over in Indonesia, Conrad Bali has expanded to now offer 298 rooms
and suites, with redesign touches extended to the spa and lobby as well.
Hilton Bali wrapped up renovations in October 2020, including its
Cliff Tower's 15 storey rooms and suites restyled to feature Indonesian
Conrad Bangkok's refurbished rooms and suites feature contemporary luxury and innovative technology. Photo Credit: Hilton
In Thailand, the Hilton Pattaya has after a one-year revamp revealed a
new look inspired by the seaside town in which it resides, refreshed
F&B spots, and a new sundeck area by the infinity pool.
At the Thai capital, Millennium Hilton Bangkok has refreshed its
guest rooms, it's all-day-dining restaurant Flow, its ballroom and
public spaces. Conrad Bangkok now fronts a refurbished lobby, executive
lounge, as well as rooms and suites updated with enhanced technologies
such as smart lighting. The '7th Heaven' floor is also dedicated to
As for the largest revamp, Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa now offers
Hua Hin's largest executive lounge offering pool and ocean views, the
island's largest Kids Club, and revamps to the 155 rooms.
To cater to eco-conscious travellers, Conrad Koh Samui has introduced
'mindful dining' — such as farm to table experiences, access to the
resort's hydroponics system where chefs pluck organic herbs and
vegetables for use.
Philippines also has a sustainable update at Conrad Manila. The
hotel's facade is now thermal insulated as part of energy conservation
efforts, and bamboo flooring put in at Brasserie on 3.
In Malaysia, business and event planners can look at Hilton Kuala
Lumpur's new Virtual Studio, fitted with a host of smart technology such
as a green screen, wireless charging of devices, and digitised
flipcharts, to enable hybrid events, wedding banquets, and dinners