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In the ever-competitive world of five-star hotels, top stays are continually upping the ante for luxury-loving guests. Here is the most jaw-dropping, over-the-top experience of mine at ‘One World Hotel, Malaysia’. And I can truly talk about this from personal experience with a stay there for about 2 weeks.

On June 7th, 2016 when I was heading to my first ever business trip to Malaysia. I shortlisted One World Hotel for my stay for 15 days given its proximity to a World Class Utama Mall and IBM Innovation Centre. That proved to be a master stroke.

Worldclass Facilities:

Considered one of the most extravagant hotels in the world,
Malaysia’s One World Hotel goes all out for guests staying in their Executive Suite Rooms. One of the coolest amenities on offer in the suite – also includes a rotating canopy bed and private cinema. LED screens are personalized and programmed with access to all guest services and hotel information, and guests can order the dining from a button on TV remote.

As if that weren’t enough, each suite has a fruit platter every day, personalized greeting card to guests before arrival, customizing bedding and pillows, building bespoke music playlists, personalizing the in-room coffee program, complimentary breakfast, coordinating consultations with in-house salon IGK, setting up personal fittings with stylists, plus a limo and a driver are always on standby.

With an art collection that would put many small museums to shame, this five-star boutique townhouse hotel in Kuala Lumpur is dripping with priceless masterpieces, chandeliers, and a unique roof top garden adding to its jewel of specialities.

City of Entertainment:

The city has many tourism spots, and with a view of World’s largest twin towers i.e. Petronas from the terrace of the hotel what more you ask as you wake up every day! You have a regular shuttle to the Genting Highlands to experience a ropeway 24*7 and gorgeous view of the valley in Kuala Lumpur. En-route to Genting, you can stop by for the blessings of Lord Murugan temple which is also spotted in most of the don movies / south Indian movies.

Departure:

On your last night at the hotel, they’ll arrange a grand customized dinner at the restaurant.

Overall, the entire experience has been extravagant and if you want to get lucky sharing your private time with some of the world’s celebrities like Lionel Messi etc., a visit to One World Hotel is must.

Book this hotel on ‘MakeMyTrip’https://www.makemytrip.com/hotels-international/malaysia/kuala_lumpur-hotels/one_world_hotel-details.html

Hey Presto,

This is most interesting part of my blog I bet.. Assuming IPE as a Biz Firm going Google. In detail, I am just trying to visualize the concept of cost cutting and the ‘Role of IT in Business Success’. This is quiet tricky, check out the savings below:

http://www.youtube.com/v/2cCK1iXt0pc&hl=en&fs=1

Credits: Google App

Hi, this is Abhinav and here you go,

This is how the title of this blog is BizTech (Business Technology). Excerpt from Forrester’s IT Forum 2007. The seven things Forrester Research Chairman and Chief Executive Officer George Colony would tell you. George’s list revolves around a central theme: the evolution of IT to BT (Business Technology). May 15, 2007 in Nashville.

http://www.youtube.com/v/OJAxOnFkZAw?fs=1&hl=en_US

Credits: Forrester Research

Here it goes,

The smaller your business is, the more efficient it has to be. You need to invest your limited resources wisely, which means making purchases that are necessary for your business right now. At the same time, you need to identify the resources you will need tomorrow — including technology that will help your business grow and stay ahead of the competition in the months and years ahead.

Computers, servers, software and Internet connections are among the investments that small and medium businesses of all kinds — and in all locations, rural as well as urban — need to consider. In fact, these technologies are already being utilized by an increasing number of small and medium businesses around the world. Today, more people than ever before use computers at home, school and work. In Western Europe, the U.S. and other developed nations, more than three out of four people use computers, and the number is growing each day. Similar growth is seen in developing nations, where the number of Internet users increased from about one per thousand people in 1993 to 75 per thousand in 2003. In all, more than 1 billion people worldwide now connect to the information, communication and other resources available on the Internet, and 2 billion people are expected to be online by 2011.

As Internet usage grows, Internet connections — and particularly fast Internet connections — are also becoming increasingly essential tools for businesses. In fact, a recent UN report stated that broadband Internet usage is becoming so vital for individuals and businesses that it merits comparison to utilities such as water and electricity. Already, more than 44% of developing and transition countries have responded to the urgent need to increase broadband access by establishing national plans for fostering an information society, and another 20% are developing such plans.

The Benefits of Technology to Your Business: Stay tuned..


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