This week we've got an invitation from One World Hotel for hotel inspection. All PAs were invited but only 9 of us went. Once you've entered the lobby, you'll be amazed of its huge size. And when you look up the ceiling, its unique chandelier lightings which changes colour.
Its was a half and hour tour. I must comment that One World Hotel is a grand hotel. Of course, when you are new, you have the advantage of new stuff and new hotels get to outdo other hotels, so surely their furnitures and other fittings are the most latest in designs, etc.
We were taken to see 2 types of suites (Junior Suite and Executive Suite). They use a 32inches flat screen LCD TV. For the Executive Suite, (32" and 42" LCD in every room) they have a big bathroom plus 2 sink for him and her, a living room and a kitchenet.
Next was the Ballroom and meeting rooms.......wat can i say?? They've got a majestic Grand ballroom....really GRAND layout. Other meeting rooms used the most modern chairs (unlike normal banquet chairs in other 5 star hotels) and the way they set up the coffee-break facilities are just so fantastic!! Plus state-of-the-art audio visual equipment.
We were told that the Chinese Restaurant, Zuan Yuan is non-halal and they have a nice ambience. But the best have yet to come.....check out the Japanese Restaurant, Kura - its halal and you've got to eat at this place man!! I think its the biggest eatary place in One World Hotel. There are so many choices of place you wanna sit. You guys gotta check it out yourself.
Last but not least is the restaurant, Cinnamon. We had our lunch there, its an open kitchen concept which also includes a garden terrace for al-fresco dining surrounded by water feature in a contemporary setting. They have arrays of (my fave) desserts. Beside their local and the international includes Japanese, Indian and Chinese. I especially lurve the 'lok-lok'....seafood skewer were just delicious...apalagi ada Cod Fish....perhhh...lagi best!!! I went for the Chocolate Fountain.....mmmmm....marshmellow dipped in chocolate....and i must say they use a good quality chocolate....(only a chocoholic person can tell whether the chocolate is of good grade or not...hehehehe). Overall, the dishes there were just good. I must bring huby for hi-tea or lunch after the Ramadhan. We only check it out but didn't get the chance to eat there just yet.
Its a tiring day but a worthwile recce indeed! Photos below : Ladies rules!!