MIRI: Strategically located in the centre of this city, Pullman Miri Waterfront will be part of the city’s landscape and will enhance its image as a Resort City.
General manager Michael Weiss in an interview disclosed that the five-star hotel will open for business on April 2.
Ideally located adjacent to Miri River and the South China Sea, the latest addition to the resort city is a 24-storey building towering over Miri Waterfront Commercial Centre with spectacular sea views from all rooms.
He said all the 324 modern and elegant rooms and suites in Pullman Miri Waterfront are incorporated with the latest audio-visual and communication technologies inspired by special Pullman designed features catering to the comfort of contemporary business and leisure travellers.
“A key feature of the hotel is the breathtaking sunset from the Grand Ballroom and function rooms overlooking South China Sea and Miri River.
“Pullman Miri Waterfront will host its clients and guests with the best of Sarawakian hospitality whether they are travelling for business or leisure,” said Weiss.
Weiss also believed that the hotel could emulate the peaceful and harmonious living among Sarawakians.
“I believe that a peaceful and harmonious working environment and setting will enable
everybody to be united and work as a team.
The peace and harmonious setting also gives a good vibe to clients and guests. This will give them a memorable and pleasant stay in the hotel,” he said, adding the hotel will provide employment to over 200 people from various racial and religious backgrounds.
Another recipe to ensure success of the hotel is the warm Sarawakian hospitality, he added, noting that Sarawakian hospitality never failed to impress outsiders and make them feel that they are welcome and safe.
Pullman Miri Waterfront also believes in contributing back to society. Among the programmes is providing internship and employment to National Youth Skill Training Institute (IKBN) trainees taking hospitality and catering courses.
Apart from that, the hotel will also send hotel chefs to the institute to impart culinary skill and recipes, he added.