A new Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts property is set to open in Genting Highlands in Malaysia in Q3 2028. It will be located at an altitude of 3,000 feet and will be part of King’s Park, a development by Highlands ParkCity, in partnership with Yuk Tung Group and Crowne Estate Malaysia. This property will join 34 other Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts in 20 countries, with another 33 in the planning stages.
“Our first strategic alliance with Accor is something we are very excited about. It is a huge step forward for Highland ParkCity and Crowne Estate Malaysia in their goal to make the King’s Park in Genting Highlands into an eco-friendly tourist and destination hub for people all over the world.”Sean Chen, Chief Operating Officer of Crowne Estate
Swissôtel Genting Highlands in Malaysia is set to be a posh retreat with a backdrop of beautiful natural surroundings. The 300-room property will feature contemporary conference facilities and a spectacular grand ballroom. The elegant and comfortable rooms, all-day dining options, executive lounges, and bars will offer the ideal locations for guests to create memorable experiences. A heated swimming pool, sundeck, fitness centre, spa, scenic jogging tracks, and a kids’ club will also be there. The hotel’s 30-storey building will provide uninterrupted views of the stunning mountains and the Genting Highlands summit, located just a 15-minute drive away.
Beyond the Swissôtel Genting Highlands are 44,515 sqm of villas, and bungalows as well 96,000 sqm of stylish residences, and serviced apartments, all of which will be located in Crowne Estate Malaysia, an elegant retreat nestled amidst breathtaking natural beauty.
“Visitors from all over the world will be able to enjoy a broad variety of events, shows, cultural arts, and delectable cuisine at this development because of its focus on entertainment, international attractions, and eco-tourism.“Thanesh Jayandren, Executive Director of Highlands ParkCity
Swissôtel Genting Highlands will be located close to King’s Park by Highlands ParkCity, which is home to a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and attractions, as well as several other hotels in a beautiful natural setting. The resort’s allure will increase with the addition of a neighbouring cable car service, Awana golf course, a high-end Genting Premium Outlet and amusement parks.
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Left to right: Directors from Highlands ParkCity and Accor Group.
Centre left to right: Mr Jayadren S/O Subramaniam Group CEO, Sean Chen Chief Operating Officer, Garth Simmons Chief Executive Officer of Accor Group South East Asia Japan, South Korea and India and Andrew Langdon Chief Development Officer South East Asia, Japan, South Korea and India