Dusit Hotels and Resorts, part of Thailand’s leading hotel and property development company, Dusit International, has announced the opening of three hotels within the next 30 days.
These include two new properties in Bangkok and the company’s first hotel in Japan.
On May 12, dusitD2 Samyan Bangkok will soft open, marking the launch of Dusit’s first dusitD2 branded hotel in Bangkok. The hotel is located on Si Phraya Road, in the city’s central business district, and comprises 179 guest rooms.
The hotel’s facilities include a fully equipped fitness centre, a meeting space, an outdoor swimming pool with a panoramic city view, and a multi-level food and beverage concept.
ASAI Bangkok Sathorn will be officially opened on May 15. This new hotel is located on Sathorn Soi 12, near Bangkok’s central business district, and is just a five-minute walk from Saint Louis BTS (Skytrain) Station.
Alongside 106 compact rooms, the hotel features a spacious communal space, a neighbourhood bar, and a dining experience created by award-winning chefs, Duangporn “Bo” Songvisava and Dylan Jones.
On June 1, ASAI Kyoto Shijo will open its doors, marking Dusit’s first entry into Japan. The hotel comprises 114 compact rooms and features a large communal hub, a cosy dining room, and sustainable sourcing of produce.
It is located in the heart of the Shijo-Karasuma neighbourhood, near the famous Nishiki Market in the city’s renowned Downtown area.
These three new hotels are part of Dusit’s plan for domestic and global expansion. The company has nine additional hotels set to open globally before the end of the year, including its first entry into Nepal, a second hotel in Japan, and a strategic return to India.
Dusit is set to add approximately 1,700 keys to its hotel portfolio, resulting in 62 hotels operating across 18 countries worldwide by year-end.
“With these openings, we are confident that their unique positioning and distinctive lifestyle and food and beverage experiences will resonate with travellers from around the world,” said Mr Gilles Cretallaz, Chief Operating Officer, Dusit International. “As we gear up for these launches, we are excited about the future and look forward to making our mark in more key international markets.”
Dusit International comprises five business units, including hotels and resorts, hospitality education, food, property development, and hospitality-related services.
The group’s portfolio of hotels, resorts, and luxury villas includes more than 300 properties operating under seven brands across 17 countries worldwide. – HotelNewsAsia.com