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first_imgGo back to the enewsletter Go back to the enewsletterTrump International Hotel & Tower New York in Manhattan, overlooking Central Park, is expecting to complete the renovation of its guest rooms, suites and common spaces in coming weeks.“We are very proud of what the hotel has achieved and provided for travellers around the world since its opening 20 years ago. This renovation further affirms our commitment to maintaining our status as one of the elite luxury hotels in the city and around the world,” says Prince A. Sanders, General Manager of the hotel.The refurbishment aspires to create “a first class, ultra-sophisticated ambience reflecting the hotel’s vibrant New York City location.”The renovation includes a total transformation of the hallways, including carpeting, a new colour palette and lighting; guest rooms and suites, including sparkling LED crystal chandeliers and custom wall sconces, deep wood crown molding and base, carpeting, fixtures and fittings, upholstery and bedding; and guest room and suite bathrooms, featuring polished chrome Kohler fixtures, glass-enclosed shower partitions, new comfort-height toilets and custom wood vanities with marble tops.The new finishes and materials have been designed to infuse every aspect of the guest experience with the refined aesthetic that envelops guests when they arrive at the luxury hotel in Manhattan.last_img read more

Japan Still Consumes 2000 LEAFs Per Month

first_imgSource: Electric Vehicle News It will be interesting to see how the new e-Plus version (60 kWh) will sell when it is finally introduced (public debut is scheduled for CES).Nissan LEAF sales in Japan – November 2018 China, Japan Support Unified CEC-CHAdeMO Ultra-Fast Charge Standard Tesla Shows Off Model 3 In Japan For First Time Ever Toshiba To Build Second Production Facility For SCiB Batteries In Japan Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on December 9, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News More than 25,000 LEAFs were already sold this year.In Japan, consumers are still buying a lot of Nissan LEAFs – as 2,090 were sold in November (up 9% year-over-year).The pace of sales stabilized at an average of about 2,300 a month this year, which makes 2018 the best year ever with over 25,000 sales. Since the 2nd generation LEAFs was introduced, over 33,000 were sold during the full 14 months.More from Japanlast_img read more