PD blooms with up­scale Lexis re­sort

Lexis Hibis­cus is now the pride of Port Dick­son, writes Mohd Ikhwan Jamaludin

New Straits Times - - Jom! -

WORLD RECORDS

The RM400 mil­lion Lexis Hibis­cus Port Dick­son, which is the largest ho­tel in Port Dick­son, has two men­tions in the Guin­ness World Records: “The most swim­ming pools in a re­sort” and “The most over­wa­ter vil­las in sin­gle re­sort”.

It owns a total of 643 pool vil­las, 117 tower Join­ing hands at the of­fi­cial launch­ing event, (from right) KL Metro Group chair­man Datuk Mat Has­san Esa, ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Datuk Yap Chuan Thai, Mohamad and man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Datuk Low Tak Fatt while the oth­ers look on. rooms and 522 sea­wa­ter vil­las.

From the first day it opened its doors in April 2015, the iconic five-star re­sort has to date at­tracted 3.6 mil­lion vis­i­tors from 126 coun­tries.

Group pres­i­dent Mandy Chew Siok Cheng told that the ho­tel group is proud to be part of the Port Dick­son tourism scene.

She added the en­cour­ag­ing oc­cu­pancy and guest port­fo­lio are fu­elled by de­mand from tours, cor­po­rate and MICE.

The five-star Lexis Hibis­cus Port Dick­son is part of the Lexis Ho­tel Group which also man­ages Lexis, Grand Lexis and Lexis Hibis­cus, all in Port Dick­son. An­other up­scale prop­erty, Lexis Suites Pe­nang, opened for busi­ness in the first quar­ter of 2016.

Apart from the Guin­ness World Records, Lexis Hibis­cus has bagged the World Lux­ury Ho­tel Awards for Lux­ury Water Villa Re­sort (in the South­east Asia cat­e­gory), TripAd­vi­sor Trav­ellers’ Choice Award and the BrandLau­re­ate SMEs Signature Awards for the Best Brand in Hos­pi­tal­ity for Ho­tels and Re­sorts.

The Lexis Hibis­cus is also home to a 121m water foun­tain, form­ing a prom­i­nent part of the re­sort’s land­scape. It is the tallest water foun­tain in Malaysia.

Lo­cated about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur In­ter­na­tional Air­port (KLIA) and nes­tled along Pasir Pan­jang beach, Lexis Hibis­cus Port Dick­son sprawls into the Straits of Malacca.

The bril­liant fire­work dis­play off Pasir Pan­jang beach .

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