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suites offer the added bonus of a personal butler. Then there is the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre at the two basement levels. The designs cleverly merge the historic elements of the building with modern sentiments. Carrara marble remains a feature at the hammam, invoking the era of classic baths, while the Finnish sauna is inviting in solid hemlock with dome ceiling. On the first floor, The Club’s lounges, private dining rooms and meeting spaces have been designed exclusively for the use of club members. The hotel aspires to create a venue that once again celebrates the long legacy of famed patrons it once hosted. While it remains in a historic space, elegant elements are easily seen from the adoption of the English and French themes, with bespoke



MUHIBAH January|February 2017  

Royal Brunei inflight magazine