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Frasers Hospitality, a global leader in serviced and hotel residences, reinforces its leading position in the extended-stay segment with its collection of design heritage and cultural landmarks at award-winning serviced residences around the world.

Within the first year of its opening, Capri by Fraser Phnom Penh, Cambodia, won Bronze awards for Best Hospitality Design in Hotel Communal Spaces and Best Hospitality Design – Public Areas at the Singapore Interior Design Awards (SIDA) 2023, and the 10th Annual Design Excellence Awards respectively. Designed by Create Architecture, Singapore’s celebrated architectural and interior design atelier, the property in Phnom Penh weaves the essence of ancient Khmer art as part of its interior décor with beautiful local art installations that intersperse vibrant living and social spaces.

Committed to design excellence and heritage, Frasers Hospitality strives to infuse modern art with the architectural surrounds of each destination to deliver distinctive and memorable guest experiences. Frasers Hospitality takes the lead in creating a home-away-from-home design narrative in collaboration with world-renowned designers, such as Sir Norman Foster, a critically acclaimed UK-based architect, who designed the 42-storey Fraser Suites Sydney in Australia.

“From contemporary splashes of colour and architectural accents to the savoir-faire of interior décor, we take pride in celebrating each destination’s distinctive background and cultural heritage to create an immersive experience for our guests. Each property is designed to appeal to the evolving tastes of modern business and leisure travellers, who seek unique lifestyle experiences without compromising the comforts of a home. Our commitment and passion for art, design, and technology enrich each and every traveller’s stay experience at our properties,” said Ms. Eu Chin Fen, Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Hospitality.

Across the continents from Asia to Europe, Frasers Hospitality’s award-winning serviced residences in gateway cities present an inspiring showcase of modern design excellence, accentuated by local heritage, to enrich the experience of travelling:

 Capri By Fraser Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Located in the heart of the city, the 86-room Capri by Fraser Phnom Penh features ancient Khmer-inspired design complemented by technology-led interiors with lively social spaces that reflect the capital’s thriving commercial and entertainment scene. Offering a mix of studio and one-bedroom units perfect for short- and long-term stays, the property also boasts hallmark facilities which include ‘The Den’, a buzzing social hub for guests to chill out and network, a state-of-the-art 24/7 gym, the novel ‘Spin & Play’ self-service launderette with interactive games, ‘Caprilicious’, the all-day dining restaurant, and ‘Drinx’, a rooftop bar that offers a range of cocktails and light snacks. For meetings and small events, the property also features a range of function rooms that can accommodate up to 40 guests.

Fraser Suites Sydney, Australia

Opened in 2007, the 42-storey glass and steel skyscraper features 201 suites that include a range of studios, one-to-two-bedroom suites, and two and three-bedroom duplex penthouse suites. Offering privacy and exclusivity with only seven apartments on each floor, Fraser Suites Sydney is conveniently located close to the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour, Town Hall Station, Queen Victoria Building, and Chinatown.  Designed by UK-based architect Sir Norman Foster who is known for his high-tech architectural style that fuses modern aesthetics, innovation, and sustainability, the award-winning property underwent an S$4 million refurbishment in 2020 as part of its project redevelopment to transform and enhance its guest rooms and facilities.

The property is also an eight-time World Travel Awards winner for Australasia’s Leading Serviced Apartment (2013-2019, 2022), and was inducted into the Tourism Accommodation Australia (New South Wales) Hall of Fame for winning the Apartment/Suite of the Year for three consecutive years.

Fraser Suites Hamburg, Germany

Situated in the cosmopolitan port city of Hamburg, the heritage-listed Fraser Suites Hamburg is steps away from history, culture, business, and the arts.  A listed historical property that was once the Oberfinanzdirektion, the office of Hamburg’s Tax Authority in the early 20th century, the property was designed in 1910 by architect Albert Erbe. The building’s heritage-protected interiors were reimagined to reflect its centennial growth while the retention of the original art showcases its nouveau features with the 100-year-old art deco floor tiles refined and the tax office doors restored to complement the modern colour schemes. From its award-winning interior design to unique dining experiences, Fraser Suites Hamburg’s commitment to heritage preservation is reflected in every detail to showcase the essence of its destination. Guests may choose to immerse themselves in the building’s storied past over contemporary cocktails mixed at the 1920s-esque O.V.A.L bar. 

Capri by Fraser Berlin, Germany

Located in the heart of Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 143-room Capri by Fraser Berlin is nestled between the bustling Potsdamer Platz and iconic Alexanderplatz, perfectly capturing Berlin’s unique blend of the old-world and modern charm. Featuring traces of medieval occupation going back some 850 years, the property features a glass floor panel just below the lobby that sits on an archaeological site. The island is home to five of the city’s most famous museums that feature a lively dining and entertainment district where travellers to the capital can explore the music, art, and culture scene. 

Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs Élysées, France

A short walk away from Arc de Triomphe, Louvre Musuem, and the Eiffel Tower on 74 Avenue des Champs Elysées, sits Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs Élysées, which recently added 21 studio suites and one-to-two-bedroom apartments with its decor inspired by the finest Parisian mansions. Featuring Herringbone parquet flooring, the newly added suites and apartments boast the signature two-tone wall lights by interior designer Sarah Lavoine, marble bathroom flooring, and iconic motif leather headboard.  The property occupies the Le Claridge building built in 1914, designed by Henri Tauzin, the architect behind Grand Palais and the Petit Palais. The building’s Belle Époque façade was restored as part of its architectural preservation. Previously known as Hôtel de l’Arcade, the property has welcomed an array of illustrious guests over the years, including Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jacqueline Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Elvis Presley, and The Beatles. The storied halls of Le Claridge have also borne witness to historic events such as the signing of the Franco-British Treaty in 1915, the celebration of the Liberation of Paris in 1944, and the production of the iconic movie Funny Face in 1957.

With its collection of iconic serviced apartments and hotel residences enriched by design, local heritage, and architectural conservation, Frasers Hospitality remains steadfast in creating a welcoming space with designs that incorporate comfort with the latest technology and facilities that cater to ever-evolving traveller lifestyle needs.