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An alternative to mainstream hotels, serviced apartments offer more space, in-room facilities and privacy.

Mar 13, 2020

EXPLORING A NEW CITY from a well located pied à terre with the comforts of home and the facilities of a hotel may be something that worldwide jet-setters now take for granted, but the serviced apartment was not always a standard of the travel scene.

With a mind to cater to those discerning travelers who sought an alternative to the mainstream hotel, Oakwood was developed to pioneer a new category in hospitality. With a groundbreaking combination of stylish, well-equipped accommodation that offers space and privacy as well as the convenience of hotel amenities, the award-winning portfolio of 43 properties across Asia Pacific sets the standard in the region with five distinct products.

Launched in 1998, Oakwood Residence was designed for relocating families who needed elegant, spacious apartments in prime residential neighborhoods. Think community vibes with hotel-style facilities plus personal touches like planned activities for residents.

Oakwood Premier followed in 1999, appealing to those with a taste for the finer things, where the comforts of home are elevated and the attentive service of a luxury hotel is on hand. Hot on its heels, the first Oakwood Apartments opened in 2002 to offer the same balance to independent travelers looking for a functional, city-centre option.

As travel trends evolved, Oakwood launched an offering for the growing community of global nomads in 2016. Designed for creatives and entrepreneurs, Oakwood Studios are dynamic spaces for work and play. Meanwhile, in the same year, Oakwood Suites was launched to cater to seasoned travelers and senior executives seeking sophistication and discreet luxury.

With every new iteration and evolution, Oakwood’s success has been rooted in identifying what is missing in the market, and providing it down to the last detail. And there’s plenty more to come.

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