In a move signalling robust growth, BWH℠ Hotels, a global leader in the hospitality industry, has revealed its ambitious expansion plan to include several new properties across North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. The company’s strategic global expansion, from luxury to premium economy brands, aims to enhance its worldwide footprint, providing versatile accommodations for various traveller segments.
BWH℠ Hotels is set to spread its signature hospitality across 13 countries, including Austria, Canada, Dubai, Ethiopia, France, India, Japan, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Tanzania, Thailand, and the United States. The new additions range from upscale and lifestyle hotels to midscale, premium economy, and extended stay brands, offering tailored services for all travel preferences.
Larry Cuculic, President and Chief Executive Officer, BWH Hotels, expressed his enthusiasm about the expansion: “We are growing our global presence thoughtfully to serve our valued guests wherever their travels take them. From upscale, luxury and lifestyle hotels to midscale, premium economy, and extended stay brands, BWH Hotels offers properties that cater to all travel needs.”
A standout among the new entrants into BWH Hotels’ portfolio is the Georgian Court Hotel, a WorldHotels Elite in Vancouver, Canada. Other notable additions include the Tawa Ravadee Resort, a WorldHotels Distinctive collection in Prachinburi, Thailand, and KAYA Kyoto Nijo Castle, a BW Signature Collection in Kyoto, Japan.
Further expansion across the United States includes the Aiden by Best Western @ San Antonio Riverwalk in Texas and the Best Western Grantville/Hershey in Pennsylvania.
BWH Hotels’ growth also extends to the Middle East, with the addition of Best Western Ajyad Mecca in Saudi Arabia and the Best Western Pearl Swiss Hotel in Dubai.
A broad swath of other countries, from Tanzania to France, will also see new BWH Hotel properties, marking the brand’s significant expansion in the global market.
Ron Pohl, President of International Operations and WorldHotels, welcomed the new properties to the BWH Hotels portfolio: “I am particularly proud of the continued growth of WorldHotels. These fine independent hotels benefit from the reputation and strong global presence of BWH Hotels while maintaining their individuality.”
BWH Hotels’ continued expansion showcases the brand’s commitment to broadening its unique offerings and experiences for travellers across the globe.
“We remain focused on evolving our offerings to resonate with modern travelers and developers and delivering the authentic experiences that make BWH Hotels stand out as a global hospitality company,” says Brad LeBlanc, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer, BWH Hotels.
BWH Hotels’ vast portfolio now boasts approximately 4,300 hotels in over 100 countries and territories worldwide. As the brand expands, travellers can anticipate more dynamic, personalized, and authentic experiences. For more information about BWH Hotels and its new properties, visit the official websites at bwh.com and worldhotels.com.
Written by: Supaporn Pholrach (Joom)