GHC Asia GCP HOSPITALITY ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF HOSTEL G
GCP Hospitality has announced an exciting new venture, which will see it debut Hostel G – a brand-new hostel concept with an emphasis on art, design and community living – in January 2019 in Perth, Australia. The international hospitality group is well known for its growing portfolio of innovative brands, which include the award-winning lifestyle Hotel G and Residence G properties across Asia and USA ; trendsetting Campus Student Co-Living Hubs; the newly renovated The Strand Yangon; and The Strand Cruise – hailed as one the world’s best luxury hotels and river cruise.
With its reputation for being ambitious and discerning when it comes to food, Perth has no shortage of fine fare. Hostel G will maintain this trend with its very own dining outlet – Lazy Lee Urban Eatery, managed by R&B Lab – a dining group whose pedigree in Asia’s F&B industry includes its highly successful Scarlett, Ginett & Babett restaurants in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore and Yangon as well as 25 Degrees Burger & Liquor Bars in Bangkok and Singapore. Lazy Lee Urban Eatery looks set to complement Northbridge restaurant and bars scene, complete with its very own coffee roaster and an extensive craft beer and cocktails list.
Having the very best working environment can often get the creative juice running, and Hostel G’s designated Co-Working area is designed to be the ideal shared workplace that stimulates productivity and collaboration. Opened to all, this creative space features long communal tables, power sockets stationary and reading materials – perfect for like-minded young entrepreneurs, creatives and freelancers looking to come together and realise their best work.
The Screening Room at Hostel G is set to become the epicentre of mainstream and independent entertainment. When opened, the room – with its theatre-style seating, large projection screen and immersive surround-sound system – will play host to a wide selection of carefully-curated experiences, including screening sessions by local up-and-coming producers, mini concerts, advanced film screenings and creative discussions by expert speakers.
At last a dedicated Games area that comes with its very own pool and foosball tables complements the social areas of Hostel G. Guests can socialise by playing pool and foosball, or through group-oriented board games. This down-to-earth space is poised to be a favourite among locals and guests looking to unwind and lay back after a hard day’s work.
Finally, having embodied the same youthful and energetic characteristic of its target clientele, Hostel G is poised to become an attraction of its own as it looks to host a wide array of events and community-led activities occurring both inside and outside the hostel. Interested participants can stay updated by viewing the activity board at the reception area or on the Hostel website.
“We are thrilled to announce the development of Hostel G, which is set to become Perth’s newest and modern hostel when it opens in January 2019,” said Bram Newbold, General Manager at Hostel G. “The demand for hostels continues to grow, as modern travellers now look beyond the standard cookie-cutter hotel approach – instead gravitating towards mobile connectivity and sociability to get around. We are confident that Hostel G – created for this new generation of travellers – will set a new hospitality trend in Western Australia.”
Please more information, visit www.hostelgperth.com.
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