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Ascott Malaysia’s bold takeover reveals Fox Glenmarie as premier destination

by AKMAR ANNUAR

ASCOTT Malaysia, a subsidiary of CapitaLand Investment Ltd, has made a significant mark in the luxury hospitality industry with the grand renaming of The Glenz Glenmarie to Fox Glenmarie.

This move isn’t merely a change of name; it’s a strategic takeover that speaks volumes about Ascott Malaysia’s commitment to setting new standards and exceeding guest expectations.

Ascott’s Country GM for Malaysia, Mondi Mecja, is enthusiastic about the takeover as he sees Fox Glenmarie as a flagship project in Ascott Malaysia’s regional portfolio, poised to redefine urban living experiences.

“With Shah Alam’s promising tourism prospects, this strategic move reinforces Ascott Malaysia’s dedication to providing unparalleled hospitality,” he said in a statement.

Its owner representative, Maria Malik, is equally passionate about Fox Glenmarie’s state-of-the-art meeting facilities.

“With the capability to accommodate up to 300 guests, these facilities promise seamless execution for corporate events or private celebrations, ensuring unforgettable moments for all attendees,” she said.

Situated strategically near the upcoming Kerjaya Station LRT 3 (STN 9), Fox Glenmarie offers unparalleled accessibility, a mere 15-minute drive from Sultan Aziz Airport (Subang Airport) and 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

This prime location in the heart of Shah Alam positions Fox Glenmarie as the top choice for both travellers and locals, promising a blend of convenience and luxury.

The unveiling of Fox Glenmarie brings forth 117 meticulously designed guest rooms, meticulously crafted to cater to diverse preferences.

The unveiling of Fox Glenmarie brings forth 117 meticulously designed guest rooms, meticulously crafted to cater to diverse preferences

From the opulent Deluxe Room King and Deluxe Room Twin to the lavish Suite Room options, each accommodation promises maximum comfort and sophistication.

According to the group, it’s not just about the rooms; Fox Glenmarie is committed to delivering exceptional experiences beyond expectations.

Guests can indulge in a variety of amenities designed for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Whether it’s taking a dip in the inviting swimming pool, pampering oneself with spa treatments at the Slim Studio, or staying fit at the fully equipped gymnasium and yoga studio, there’s something for everyone.

The outdoor pavilion provides a serene setting for intimate gatherings or moments of personal reflection, adding to the allure of Fox Glenmarie’s offerings.

Looking ahead, Ascott Malaysia is set to continue its trailblazing journey in the hospitality sector.

Recent property openings like The George Penang by The Crest Collection and Fox Hotel Glenmarie Shah Alam in 2024 have already made waves. And the excitement doesn’t end there.

Ascott Malaysia’s pipeline includes properties such as Citadines Connect Cecil, Citadines Connect Bertam Georgetown Penang, and Lyf Georgetown Penang, with more openings slated for 2026 and 2027.

This robust expansion reflects Ascott Malaysia’s commitment to providing diverse, flexible and convenient accommodation options for guests.

As the serviced residence sector gains momentum, Ascott Malaysia remains at the forefront, catering to the evolving needs of travellers seeking extended stays.

Mecja said the company’s dedication to diversity, flexibility and convenience in accommodation options, aiming to provide a comfortable and secure “home away from home” experience for guests.

Meanwhile, senior manager of business development Shaun Yee shed light on the evolving landscape of hospitality assets in Malaysia.

“With maturing demand in key cities and increased foreign direct investment (FDI) in sectors such as industrial and manufacturing, the outlook for the tourism industry appears optimistic,” she said in a statement.

According to the group, this trend is expected to contribute to stable demand for mid to long-term corporate stays, highlighting the resilience and potential of Malaysia’s hospitality sector in 2024 and beyond.

Dayang Norazhar

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