UR­BAN HAVENS

WITH MORE THAN 30,000 OP­ER­AT­ING UNITS AROUND THE WORLD, AS­COTT IS ONE OF THE LEAD­ING OWNEROPERATORS OF SER­VICED RES­I­DENCES.

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The best travel ex­pe­ri­ences al­low you to im­merse yourself in for­eign lands while em­brac­ing the fa­mil­iar. At As­cott, ex­pect noth­ing less than ex­cep­tional home com­forts with ev­ery­day de­tails taken care of, al­low­ing you more time to fo­cus on the big­ger things in life.

As­cott The Res­i­dence is the trav­el­ers. Lo­cated in the prime the world, its ser­viced res­i­dences pro­vide the per­fect en­vi­ron­ment to keep you on top of your com­mit­ments while abroad. For the ul­ti­mate in per­son­al­ized con­ve­nience, few brands can ri­val

Ci­tadines Apart’ho­tel wide range of ser­vices and ameni­ties that best com­ple­ments your lifestyle. Its ser­viced res­i­dences serve as ideal ur­ban bases, thanks to their en­vi­able po­si­tions in vi­brant, well-con­nected neigh­bor­hoods with a wealth of At Som­er­set Ser­viced Res­i­dence, mod­ern ameni­ties, stylish spa­ces, and at­ten­tive ser­vice come to­gether to cre­ate a per­fect blend of com­fort, con­ve­nience, and cul­tural charm. Whether it’s for busi­ness or leisure, Som­er­set al­lows you to quickly new city. The lat­est ad­di­tion to the As­cott fam­ily, lyf, is de­signed for mil­len­nial trav­el­ers, with in­tu­itive co-work­ing and co-liv­ing spa­ces and quirky de­sign el­e­ments, en­sur­ing that each one has its own unique per­son­al­ity. Glob­ally, the lyf brand is aim­ing to pro­vide 10,000 units by 2020. With more than 300 prop­er­ties in over 100 cities span­ning more than re­gion, Europe, the Mid­dle East, and the Amer­i­cas, As­cott’s port­fo­lio of ser­viced res­i­dences pro­vides ev­ery trav­eler with a place to feel at home, wher­ever they are.

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top left: As­cott Heng Shan Shang­hai; rooftop bliss at Som­er­set Am­pang Kuala Lumpur; mockup for lyf stu­dio apart­ment.

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