Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Meritus Hotels & Resorts to Manage Hotel on Funtasy Island

Asian hospitality chain Meritus Hotels & Resorts (MHR) has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Funtasy Island Development (FID) Pte Ltd for the management of a deluxe resort development comprising a 200-room condotel, a 230-suite hotel, and an aggregate of 413-unit villas on Funtasy Island - envisioned to be the largest eco theme park and the first gated island community in the world.

Located on Riau Islands, Indonesia and slated to open in 2014, Funtasy Island will house hotel suites and villas complementing retail, convention, dining and recreational facilities - all spread over 810 acres of pristine tropical islands situated between Batam and Singapore.
A mere 16 kilometres off the coast of Singapore, Funtasy Island will be accessible via a 20-minute luxury yacht or ferry ride from the Harbourfront ferry terminal. The island is approximately two-thirds the size of Sentosa island, with 70% of its total area being preserved as a nature sanctuary. Eco-themed activities will include aquaculture tours in the surrounding waters as well as nature trails, allowing visitors to explore the island's unspoiled environment.
Upon completion, Funtasy Island shall be the first development of its kind near Singapore, keeping holidaymakers and corporate travellers close to attractions such as Universal Studios, Resorts World, Marina Bay Sands , and Orchard Road, whilst enjoying the natural seclusion of a private island.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Mr Chua Tian Chu , MHR Deputy CEO, commented: "We are thrilled to be partnering with Funtasy Island Development in bringing this one-of-a-kind resort development into the international limelight. Adding into the equation our signature brand of Asian hospitality and over 40 years of proven hotel management expertise, we are uniquely positioned to drive the product and service offerings of Funtasy Island's hotel and villas." (HotelNewsResource)

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