M&L Hospitality is a leading international hospitality real estate investment platform.
M&L Hospitality invests in economy, mid-scale as well as upper-scale hotels across Asia-Pacific and Europe. By selecting hospitality properties strategically located in key gateway cities with strong economic fundamentals, M&L Hospitality provides stakeholders with access to quality growth and income producing real estate assets.
Wholly owned by the property firm Grandline International, M&L Hospitality was established by the Singapore based Kum family as a dynamic and flexible platform to invest in hospitality assets across the globe. The way M&L Hospitality is operated strongly reflects the strengths and traditions of a family office which prides itself in preserving and growing wealth through sound investment strategy. At the heart of Grandline International investments is the application of business acumen and foresight to uncover value and potential.
M&L Hospitality hotels are internationally branded with strong management teams and are located in key gateway cities such as Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland, Amsterdam, Prague, Brussels and London. Our hotels have developed a reputation for offering superior quality service in a range of price brackets. Our success is evident in the numbers with our current portfolio value is close to SGD 3 billion.
M&L Hospitality is led by a diverse Executive Team and an independent Board of Directors whose experience in asset, financial and global hospitality management is extensive. Our focus is on growing the value of M&L Hospitality through a long term commitment to active asset management and enhancement, strategic investment and sound financial management.
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M&L Hospitality is a Singapore-based real estate investment group with an international portfolio of best in class hotels. The value of M&L Hospitality’s portfolio is close to SGD 3 billion (USD 2.2 billion).
M&L Hospitality has experienced exponential growth since the group acquired the Four Points by Sheraton in Sydney (now operated as Hyatt Regency Sydney) in 2009. Its portfolio now contains hotels in Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the United Kingdom with over 4,700 hotel rooms. The geographical diversity of the M&L Hospitality’s portfolio is designed to capture global growth whilst hedging against cycles in different regional markets.
M&L Hospitality’s hotels are in prime, central locations in international gateway cities. They are operated by the most recognisable international brands, including Accor, IHG, Hilton, Hyatt International and Rezidor. M&L Hospitality’s hotels are modern and functional. All are high occupancy and resilient to down turn in business because of their wide appeal across the corporate, leisure and tourism markets.
M&L Hospitality is wholly owned by Grandline International.
M&L Hospitality is a market leading, dynamic and nimble investor headed by a team passionate about hotels.
The management team of M&L Hospitality are well networked internationally to secure the best investments. They maintain involvement in M&L Hospitality hotels, using their combined decades of experience to optimise investment value.
M&L Hospitality prides itself on preserving and growing wealth through sound investment strategy. M&L Hospitality’s investment model is not constrained by borders, allowing its management to apply their industry expertise on a global scale.
M&L Hospitality is strongly committed to its value enhancement strategy. Asset enhancement and acquisition growth is key to M&L Hospitality’s overall long term growth strategy.
At the heart of the M&L Hospitality ethos is the application of business acumen and foresight to uncover value and potential. The management team aims to seek out long term investments in stable cash-flow generating property assets.
M&L Hospitality was created by the Kum family and is run with the flexibility of a family business. It aims to keep this dynamic model as it grows by acquiring more best in class hotels.