Tropicana and Marriott ink to build Sheraton in Langkawi

The Sheraton Langkawi Resort & Spa will complement Tropicana Cenang mixed development.

KUALA LUMPUR: Tropicana Corp Bhd has signed a hotel management agreement with Marriott International to build a five-star 270-key Sheraton Langkawi Resort & Spa at Tropicana Cenang, Langkawi.

The developer, in a statement, said this was its third collaboration with Marriott International, continuing its ongoing expansion plans in Langkawi and strengthening its presence in the hospitality segment.

“Building on Tropicana’s long-standing and fruitful partnership with Marriott International, we are excited to develop this five-star Sheraton Langkawi Resort & Spa at the popular Pantai Cenang beachfront,” Tropicana group managing director Dion Tan said.

“Leveraging on the strategic location and increasing tourism footfall in Langkawi, we are confident that this 270-key hotel will draw a lot of interest from tourists.

“In addition, Tropicana Cenang is a unique mixed development offering residential, hospitality and commercial components. With all these components in place, the planned hotel underscores our commitment to continue Redefining the Art of Living in Langkawi,” he added.

The hotel is expected to feature 270 modern guestrooms and suites. An elevated mix of food and beverage options includes an all-day restaurant, beach-front restaurant, pool bar and destination rooftop bar.

Spanning 5.3 acres with an estimated gross development value of RM1.4bil, Tropicana Cenang offers direct access to Pantai Cenang.

The planned Sheraton Langkawi Resort & Spa will complement Assana Serviced Suites, Tropicana Cenang’s latest holiday homes comprising 831 modern seafront serviced suites.

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