ONYX Hospitality Group welcomes the opening

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ONYX Hospitality Group welcomes the opening

ONYX Hospitality Group welcomes the opening

ONYX Hospitality Group today announced the opening of two new Shama serviced apartments properties – Shama Daqing Heilongjiang and Shama Island North Hong Kong, bringing discerning professionals a stylish selection of residences in these two cities.

Known as the “Oil Capital of China” and with the name literally meaning “Great Celebration”, Daqing is a prefecture-level city in Heilongjiang, one of the three northeastern provinces of China. The city sits atop China’s largest reserve of “liquid gold”, making it a highly prosperous centre of commerce.

Being the first internationally branded serviced apartments in Daqing, Shama Daqing Heilongjiang is situated in Sartu District, which is less than 30 minutes away from Daqing Sartu Airport and two hours from Harbin, the capital city of Heilongjiang Province. Shama Daqing offers 101 tastefully designed apartments, with studio to three-bedroom layouts available. Each elegantly furnished apartment features a fully equipped kitchenette, LED TV with international channels, air conditioning and heating with individual controls, laundry facility, Wi-Fi connectivity and other top-notch appliances.

Designed with guests’ relaxation in mind, Shama Daqing is outfitted with a series of state-of-the-art Shama signature facilities, including Shama Gym, a well-equipped fitness centre; Shama Wired, a business centre with a meeting room; and the 114-square-metre Shama Den, a chill lounge where guests can leisurely hang out.  In addition, the property houses a mini cinema, a wine & cigar bar, a supermarket, a Chinese & Japanese restaurant with private rooms, all aimed at enhancing the comfort of guests residing at Shama Daqing.

Shama Daqing offers both short and long-term lease terms, appealing to both leisure travellers and long-term corporate residents. Until 31 December 2018, Shama Daqing is introducing an advanced purchase offer. Guests can save 10 percent on the room & breakfast rate when booking at least seven days in advance. For more information, please visit www.shama.com/daqing.

Nestled within North Point, the northernmost tip of Hong Kong Island and a district filled with hidden food and cultural gems, Shama Island North is located in the middle of North Point and Fortress Hill MTR stations, which provide quick train rides to key commercial zones such as Causeway Bay, Quarry Bay and the Kowloon East area. Bus stops, tram stations and North Point Pier are all within strolling distance of Shama Island North, making the commute from the property a breeze via various transport modes.

Shama Island North features 121 keys, including 92 serviced apartments in studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom configurations. All serviced apartment units feature contemporary interiors that create a restful living environment and are equipped with customised Shama Slumber bed with extra soft feather-top, custom-designed furniture, kitchenette, Wi-Fi internet access, alarm clock with Bluetooth-enabled speaker and phone charger, Blu-ray Disc player and electronic safe. Private balconies or terraces are also featured in some of the apartments.

Shama Island North is offering a soft opening rate starting from 23,800 HKD per month, valid until 15 June 2018. Terms and conditions apply. For more information, please visit www.shama.com/island-north-hong-kong.

Shama is a leading provider of premium serviced apartments by ONYX Hospitality Group, with 21 serviced apartments across Asia Pacific, including 12 in the development pipeline in locations such as Australia, China and Malaysia. Shama received the 2017 Hong Kong Business High Flyers Award under the “Serviced Apartment” category and was awarded the title “Best Serviced Apartment Operator of Asia” for the fifth consecutive year at the AHF Asia Hotel Awards 2017.

Source = ONYX Hospitality Group
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