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The Ascott Limited debuts its first Citadines Apart’hotel in Phnom Penh

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Citadines Flatiron Phnom Penh is located in Phnom Penh City Centre. SUPPLIED

The Ascott Limited debuts its first Citadines Apart’hotel in Phnom Penh

The Ascott Limited launched its first Citadines Apart’hotel in Phnom Penh on March 15. Citadines Flatiron Phnom Penh sits right in the middle of Phnom Penh City Centre, within Flatiron by Meridian, a 41-storey mixed-use integrated development, with Grade A office towers and retail components.

The Apart’hotel welcomed its first resident and invited distinguished corporate partners to grace the launch event in appreciation of the support they have given Ascott Cambodia over the past years.

Speaking at the launch event, Joel Ho, the general manager of Citadines Flatiron Phnom Penh, said: “On behalf of the team at Citadines Flatiron Phnom Penh, we appreciate the support of our corporate partners and agents, and past residents who have stayed with Ascott since the debut of CASA Meridian Residence and Somerset Norodom Phnom Penh in 2017.

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Joel Ho, the general manager of Citadines Flatiron Phnom Penh. SUPPLIED

"We are delighted that Ascott’s third property in Cambodia has received positive feedback from our partners in Cambodia. Through Citadines Flatiron Phnom Penh, Ascott hopes to continue its track record of introducing quality serviced residence products to satisfy the accommodation needs of both long-term and short-term business-leisure travellers in this market.”

To celebrate the launch, Citadines Flatiron is offering attractive opening promotional rates on its Discover ASR brand website.

For more information, please visit https://www.discoverasr.com/en/citadines/cambodia/citadines-flatiron-phn....

For general and sales enquiries, please contact [email protected], or visit our Facebook page – Discover ASR Cambodia.

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A serviced residence at Citadines Flatiron Phnom Penh. SUPPLIED

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About The Ascott Limited

The Ascott Limited is a member of CapitaLand Investment. It is one of the leading international lodging owner-operators, with properties across Asia Pacific, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the US.

Its portfolio of serviced apartment coliving and hotel brands includes Ascott The Residence, The Crest Collection, Somerset, Quest, Citadines, lyf, Preference, Vertu Harris, Citadines Connect, Fox, Yello, POP! and Fox Lite.

Ascott, a wholly owned subsidiary of CapitaLand Investment, pioneered Asia Pacific’s first international class serviced apartment with the opening of The Ascott Singapore in 1984. Today, the company boasts an industry track record of more than 30 years and award-winning brands that enjoy recognition worldwide.

Ascott’s loyalty programme, Ascott Star Rewards, offers exclusive benefits to its members when they book directly with Ascott for their stays at its participating properties. To join as a member, please sign up via https://bit.ly/3H0JWrn.

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