IOI Properties’ Palm Garden Hotel opens its doors

New landmark: Voon (left) handing over a mock key to Tribute Portfolio Hotel Cluster general manager Kumar Renoo to mark the opening of the Palm Garden Hotel, Putrajaya. With them is IOI Properties executive vice-chairman Lee Yeow Seng (centre).

PETALING JAYA: IOI Properties Group Bhd’s Palm Garden Hotel has officially opened in IOI Resort City, Putrajaya.

The opening of the 151-room hotel also marks the debut of the Marriott Bonvoy’s Tribute Portfolio in Malaysia.

Palm Garden Hotel, which includes 14 suites, draws inspiration from the verdant and flora-filled surroundings of the 788-acre IOI Resort City.

The hotel features two signature restaurants and a bar, as well as two large outdoor swimming pools and a recreation centre that houses a gymnasium and sauna.

In addition, with over 22,000 sq ft of flexible indoor meeting space, Palm Garden Hotel is ideal for business events and social gatherings.

The hotel offers 11 multifunctional event spaces inclusive of a grand ballroom that is over 6,000 sq ft.

“Rafflesia, the pillar-less grand ballroom mesmerises with a raindrop inspired chandelier and built-in stage, which can accommodate up to 500 guests in a theatre setting.

“For more intimate events, the garden or poolside venue can host up to 100 guests, ideal for picture-perfect weddings,” IOI Properties said in a statement yesterday.

The group added that the expansive spaces surrounding the hotel are “dotted with built-in team building obstacle courses, which serves well for corporate events”.

Palm Garden Hotel, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, offers easy access to IOI City Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in Malaysia, as well as the 18-hole Palm Garden Golf Club.

The hotel is connected to major highways and is within a 35-minute drive away from the KL International Airport, providing ease of access from other regional and international destinations.

Following the opening of Palm Garden Hotel, IOI Properties chief executive offficer Datuk Voon Tin Yow said it is “one of many world-class brand hotels” owned by the group.

“We are bound by the group’s Vision of Trusted, with the focus on delivering service and quality excellence.

“We are trusted to perform our best, prioritise our customers and demand excellence in everything we do,” he said.

Voon added that IOI Properties’ relationship with Marriott International has grown from strength to strength since 2002 with the opening of Putrajaya Marriott Hotel.

“Marriott International is renowned for its service and quality excellence, traits that we value very much and are in line with our Vision of Trusted.

“Marriott International’s solid brand positioning and presence, as well as its values of pursuing excellence and embracing innovation will surely augur well for Palm Garden Hotel, Putrajaya, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel,” he added.

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