Four Seasons touch for STH BNK By Beulah

PETALING JAYA: Melbourne property developer Beulah, together with investment partner Tan Sri Kong Hon Kong via his investment vehicle KHK Group, says Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has been chosen to manage the hotel within its new AU$2.7bil (RM8.5bil) development – STH BNK By Beulah.

Four Seasons Hotel Melbourne will include 210 rooms, crowning the western tower of STH BNK By Beulah, and will see guests arrive via a Sky Lobby situated on the 63rd floor, boasting views over Melbourne’s city skyline, beachfront and Royal Botanical Gardens, a joint statement said.

The hotel will also offer an integrated health and wellness experience, a sprawling rooftop restaurant and bar and multiple event spaces, creating an ultra-luxurious urban resort in the sky, it said.

KHK Group chairman Kong said: “We are proud and excited to bring this globally renowned brand to Melbourne, Australia together with our partner Beulah.

“Melbourne being one of the most liveable cities in the world has fared well economically during the pandemic and we are thrilled to expand and continue our investments in Australia.”

Beulah executive director Adelene Teh said Four Seasons was the perfect partner for STH BNK By Beulah and will offer an “unmatched” hospitality experience, while remaining “uniquely Melbourne”.

“As STH BNK by Beulah continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible in the luxury, lifestyle and sustainability spaces, Four Seasons aligned perfectly to our ethos and vision, offering unparalleled experiences, a bold commitment to innovation, and fantastic sustainability initiatives across its hotels and resorts.”

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