New hotel in Genting Highlands

Scapes Hotel’s design offers a fresh look that combines elements of flora and fauna.

TOWNSHIP developer LBS Bina Group Bhd has announced the soft launch of Scapes Hotel in Genting Highlands, Pahang.

It is a new 10-storey first flagship hotel under LBS comprising 176 rooms.

Scapes Hotel offers holidaymakers a convenient location surrounded by top tourist attractions.

Amenities within Scapes Hotel include a gymnasium, family and wading pools as well as aqua deck, outdoor jacuzzi and a zone for children.

Hotel guests can enjoy these facilities before exploring the top tourist attractions nearby, including a golf course, theme parks, premium outlet stores and stunning cable car rides.

The opening of this hotel marks the continuous growth of LBS’ property portfolio.

“We are proud of the opening of the very first Scapes Hotel@Midhills and we believe Scapes Hotel stay will always provide a memorable experience unlike any other, ” said LBS group managing director Tan Sri Lim Hock San.

With the soft opening of the hotel, LBS invites government officers to experience this exciting and new accommodation concept with an exclusive deluxe room rates, at RM190 per room per night.

This is part of LBS’ initiatives in extending its heartfelt appreciation to all front-line heroes who are braving the Covid-19 pandemic to keep everyone safe and healthy.

Once the movement control order is lifted, the public can pre-book their stay and enjoy “Scapes Experience” promotional rates, from RM199 per room per night. This offer is valid from March to September 2021.

For reservations or enquiries, call 03-6106 0833 or email at

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