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Dusit Hotels and Resorts welcomes three new hotels to its fast-growing portfolio

Dusit Hotels and Resorts welcomes three new hotels to its fast-growing portfolio

Within the next month, ASAI Kyoto Shijo, ASAI Bangkok Sathorn, and DusitD2 Samyan Bangkok are all scheduled to open.

Thailand’s Bangkok One of Thailand’s top hotel and real estate development enterprises, Dusit Hotels and Resorts under Dusit International, plans to increase both its domestic and international presence by establishing three hotels within the next 30 days, including its first hotel in Japan and two new properties in Bangkok.

With the opening of the Dusit Suites Athens and Dusit Princess Hotel Residences Nairobi in March, respectively, Dusit opened its first hotel in Europe, in Greece. Now, Dusit is preparing to welcome its first dusitD2 branded hotel in Bangkok, the dusitD2 Samyan Bangkok, which will soft open on 12 May 2023.

The new hotel, which has 179 well-appointed guest rooms and is situated on Si Phraya Road, a bustling boulevard next to Silom and Sathorn roads in Bangkok’s central business area, offers a sleek, modern design that respects Thai culture and embraces the upmarket essence of the dusitD2 brand.

Among the many amenities offered by the hotel are a chic lobby, a fully stocked fitness centre, a flexible meeting room with cutting-edge audio-visual equipment, an outdoor pool with a panoramic city view, and a multi-level food and beverage concept with a gourmet grab-and-go outlet, an all-day dining restaurant with an open kitchen, and a rooftop bar with a Miami-inspired design called Mimi that serves burgers, shakes, craft beers, and cocktails.

Next, on May 15, 2023, Dusit will inaugurate ASAI Bangkok Sathorn on Sathorn Soi 12, close to Bangkok’s central business area, about five minutes’ walk from Saint Louis BTS (Skytrain) Station, to commemorate the formal growth of its distinctive lifestyle brand, ASAI Hotels.

The new hotel will carry on the brand’s promise to connect guests with authentic local experiences in the world’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, including this one, which is renowned for its impressive cluster of hip bars and Thai and international restaurants. Building on the success of ASAI Bangkok Chinatown, one of the top-rated hotels in Bangkok on TripAdvisor, the new hotel will continue to deliver on this promise.

The new hotel offers 106 thoughtfully designed, small rooms that concentrate on the necessities, like plush beds and strong showers. It also has a large, welcoming common area with a cosy neighbourhood bar, a relaxing coworking space, and a special dining experience prepared by award-winning chefs Duangporn “Bo” Songvisava and Dylan Jones, who specialise in authentic Thai cuisine made from seasonal and sustainable ingredients.

The ASAI Kyoto Shijo, Dusit’s first hotel in Japan, will open on June 1, 2023, placing visitors in the heart of the Shijo-Karasuma district, next to the famed Nishiki Market in the city’s renowned Downtown area. This will mark the expansion of the ASAI brand outside of Thailand.

The hotel will have 114 smartly designed, compact rooms that are built to provide the highest comfort and convenience, as well as a sizable public centre for work, relaxation, and play, and a charming dining area inspired by Bangkok’s vibrant street-food culture. Regular partnerships with local chefs, craftsmen, and farmers as well as sustainable produce procurement will further distinguish the special lifestyle hotel.

“We are delighted to welcome three new hotels to our portfolio, including our first dusitD2 branded hotel in Bangkok, our second ASAI hotel in Bangkok, and our first hotel in Japan,” said Mr. Gilles Cretallaz, Chief Operating Officer, Dusit International. “As we continue to execute our plan for domestic and global expansion, we are excited to welcome these new hotels.” “These openings mark important turning points for our business, and we are convinced that tourists from all over the world will be drawn to their distinct positioning and lifestyle and food and beverage experiences. We are optimistic about the future and eager to establish ourselves in other important international markets as we prepare for these launches.

By the end of the year, there will be 62 hotels (13,700 keys) operating across 18 countries, thanks to the opening of nine additional hotels around the world before the end of the year, including Dusit’s first hotel in Nepal, a second hotel in Japan, and a strategically important return to India.

Source: traveldailynews

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