At Park Hotel Group, one of Asia Pacific’s best hospitality groups, expertise and passion for our craft has defined our growth for more than fifty years. Established since 1961, we have grown from our first hotel in Hong Kong to our current portfolio of 16 properties across 8 countries and 11 cities. Managed under our luxury ‘Grand Park’, upscale ‘Park Hotel’ and select service midscale 'Destination' brands, our Asia Pacific hotels have access to over 4,500 rooms in the region’s key gateway cities.
The smallest nation in Southeast Asia embodies the finest of both East and West. Be it world-class tourist attractions, a shopping paradise or a gourmand's haven which showcases diverse food from the harmonious blend of cultures, this culturally diverse city has it all.
An exotic tropical paradise, Bali is also known for its rich cultures and traditions. Immerse yourself in the peaceful ambience and pristine white beaches of Indonesia’s premier vacation island.
Experience the vibrant energy of the bustling and cosmopolitan city,Hong Kong. The city boasts the second largest number of high rise buildings in the world and is renowned for its deep natural harbour and impressive city skyline.
Xian is the capital of the Shaanxi Province, located south of Guanzhong. For more than 1,100 years, it served as the capital city of numerous ancient dynasties and has amassed an amazing historical heritage.
Kunming, as the capital of Yunnan, serves as the centre of the province in terms of politics, economics and culture. Also known as the Spring City, Kunming offers a wealth of rich cultural and historical treasures.
Wuxi is located in the south of Jiangsu province. A cultural city with a history of over 3,000 years, Wuxi is endowed with natural resources and lends its reputation as ‘The Land of Fish and Rice due to its flourishing rice agriculture and fisheries.
Otaru is a romantic and picturesque port town with quaint old quarters, stone buildings and canals. It is located just 30 minutes from Sapporo on Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan's four major islands.
Fashion- and technology-forward but also deeply traditional, the dynamic city of Seoul mashes up temples, palaces, cutting-edge design and mountain trails, all to a nonstop K-Pop beat.
Adelaide is a walkable city, with most of the attractions only a short stroll away from each other. It is framed by parks and streets filled with bustling cafes and restaurants.
From historical sites to must-try local delicacies, Melaka's attraction lies in its cultural heritage. In 2008, together with Georgetown, Penang; Melaka was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.
Be surrounded by white sands, clear turquoise waters in Maldives, the tropical perfection located by the Indian Ocean.