Sunday, June 28, 2015

SELF CHECK-IN AND SELF CHECK-OUT AT FIRST WORLD HOTEL IN RESORTS WORLD GENTING IS A BREEZE!

KEE@FSWMAG.COM

JESSIE FROM SABAH SHOWS HOW EASY TO SELF CHECK-IN
FOR MALAYSIANS, JUST INSERT YOUR IC
FOREIGNERS USE THEIR PASSPORTS
EASY-WEASY
THESE HIGH-TECH MACHINES WERE DESIGNED BY  GENTING GROUP AND MADE IN MALAYSIA BASED ON GENTING'S SPECIFICATIONS! MALAYSIA BOLIH!
ADRIAN WINSON AGREES MALAYSIA VERY BOLIH
ERIC MOO HONG YUEN AND ADRIAN WINSON
EASY TO USE MACHINES
CHECK IN YOURSELF
CHECK OUT YOURSELF
LIKE IN AIRPORTS
GENTING HGHLANDS
STILL BUILDING
BREAKFAST AT FIRST WORLD CAFE


INDOOR THEME PARK


VENICE? NO, GENTING GRAND
3 GOATS 
OR ARE 3 RAMS IN HONOUR OF YEAR OF SHEEP? NO WONDER THIS YEAR SO CHAOTIC AS NONE IS SURE WHAT ANIMAL IS THIS YEAR!

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                                                First World Hotel gets new tower

The transformation that ushers in a new era

Resorts World Genting is set to be the largest integrated resort in the region-and will stamp its mark all over again with the new features it offers, from accommodation to entertainment to F&B.

The transformation that has taken place the last few years has seen great outcomes: new accommodation has built restaurants have been remodeled with more new ones to be introduced offering exciting dining experience. It will not be too long now before the eagerly awaited Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park is unveiled.

Among the new features at Resorts World Genting are the new living spaces in First World Hotel. A new era has arrived in the form of Tower 2 Annex, an extension to Tower 2.

Among the largest hotel in the world 

Phase One of the extension opened with 412 rooms and the balance of 874 is targeted to open soon, bringing the total to 1,286 rooms. The overall number of rooms at the hotel will ultimately be 7,351- making it one of the largest hotels in the world.

This marks a new milestone from the time the first wing of the hotel opened in 2000. Back then it was designed as a basic hotel providing comfortable, clean and affordable rooms. Today, travelers are well traveled and there is a demand for better quality rooms.

After much study on customer requirements, the First World Tower 2 Annex has undergone about one-and-a half years of planning and renovations at the cost of RM 300 million- and guests can now expect a trendy and chic three-star hotel.

From the moment the guest walks into the hotel, they would be impressed with the contemporary setting in the lobby, complete with 3D television visuals, chill music and a designer’s feature wall.

Friendly service in three-star setting

Service will likewise impress; courteous and professional staff strive to deliver their best service.

In line with growing trends, rooms are sold without breakfast as there are many options in the complex for guests to enjoy the meal of their choice.

The signature Terminal 2 Café located in the lobby features freshly baked pastries, soups, snacks and beverages from 7.30am to midnight. Offering complimentary wi-fi, it is designed for those who are on the move but also have 48 seats for those wanting to dine in.

Self Check-in Kiosk

Combining Tower 1 , Tower 2 and now Tower 2 Annex, check-in is made more efficient with the E-Kiosk self check-in system. The system comes with duo language namely English and Chinese language, allows check-in within two minutes. There are 29 units of E-kiosk out of which 23 units are located at Tower 1 lobby and six units at Tower 2 Annex lobby.

Checking out is also made easy with Check-out E-kiosk. There are 15 units located at Tower 1 and Tower 2 and four units at Tower 2 Annex.
Customers who have pre-paid advance booking can check-in via E-kiosk by using their membership cards, MyKad or Passport.

These E-Kiosk machines are developed by Genting Malaysia Berhad and manufactured in Malaysia

Functional, chic rooms

Elegant simplicity greets guests in their room. The new annex makes better use of space, compared to the initial two towers of First World Hotel. Designed to be functional but yet chic, the guest rooms come in lively and vibrant splashes of colour and design. The intention is to create a standard hotel experience; enhanced room interior that is centred on a great bed to ensure a good night’s rest.

Frosted lime green glass walls act as dividers between the toilet, shower and sink, and the wooden floor has a warm sand colour. The rooms come with either single beds or a double, and an open hanging cupboard provides storage space.

The Tower2 Annex has altogether 1286 rooms that offer brand new rooms with new names such as XYZ deluxe and XYZ Triple. The size of these rooms is average 170.70 sq ft. The difference between these two rooms is the amenities. XYZ  Deluxe room offers either two single beds or one queen bed whilst XYZ Triple offers one single and one queen bed. XYZ Triple is ideal for a family or party of three.

For refreshments, the usual kettle with tea and coffee making facilities await on a spacious bench top.

Other features that ensure convenience and comfort include a 32” flat screen television with in-house and local channels, telephone, mini fridge and large laptop-sized in room safe plus hair dryer, international socket and USB powered lan access point.

At the bathroom, there is separate standing shower and toilet that comes with 3-in 1 liquid soap, shower cap, sanitary bag and soap bar.

Easy walking distance to the Indoor theme park

The First World Hotel is within easy walking distance to the various highlights of Resorts World Genting, namely Genting International Convention Centre ( GICC), Horizon 50, Arena of Stars and the soon to be opened Sky Avenue Mall. Retail and dining outlets, indoor theme park and Cineplex are all easily accessible. And it is also within walking distance from the outdoor 20th Century Fox World Theme Park that will open in 2016.

For more information, please call + 603 2718 1118 or visit www.rwgenting.com


                       



1 comment:

Mark Grogan said...

These mobile check in pods look rather interesting. I foresee them going into self storage soon though. Nothing beats having personalised face to face service.