Hotel Properties Limited ("HPL") was incorporated in Singapore as a private limited company on 28 January 1980.  It was converted into a public company on 4 May 1982 when it changed its name from Hotel Properties Pte Ltd to Hotel Properties Limited.

HPL was admitted to the Official list of the then Stock Exchange of Singapore Limited (now known as the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited) on 17 June 1982.

The principal business activities of the Group are those of hotel ownership, management and operation, property development and investment holding.


The Hotel Division continued to show robust growth in 2014, expanding in the Maldives with the acquisition of Six Senses Laamu.

Whilst beautifully remote, Six Senses Laamu is easily accessible by plane and boat from Malé and is the only resort in the Laamu Atoll, deep in the Indian Ocean. Set in a lagoon where dolphins swim along the sandy shoreline, the resort is a combination of on-land and overwater luxury villas constructed with sustainable materials featuring a uniquely Maldivian panoramic view of the sapphire seascape and an unobstructed equatorial sunset.


During the year the Property Division added to the London portfolio the acquisition of a joint venture interest in a freehold development opportunity located on London Street, Paddington.

The 1.1 acre site sits next to Paddington railway station in close proximity to the Grand Union Canal and the development is carried out at Paddington Basin and former goods yard.


HPL encompasses the ultimate lifestyle experience, through established brands like Hard Rock Café and the latest Jamie’s Italian franchises.