Dusit Hotels and Resorts, under Dusit International, a leading hotel and property development company in Thailand, is set to add three new hotels to its fast-growing portfolio within the next month. The three new hotels include the first dusitD2 branded hotel in Bangkok, dusitD2 Samyan Bangkok, and the first hotel in Japan, ASAI Kyoto Shijo. ASAI Bangkok Sathorn, the second ASAI hotel in Bangkok, is also set to open within 30 days.
The first of the three new properties, dusitD2 Samyan Bangkok, is located in Bangkok’s central business district, comprising 179 guest rooms with a sleek, modern design reflecting Thai culture. It features a range of facilities, including a fitness centre, a meeting space, and a multi-level food and beverage concept.
The second property, ASAI Bangkok Sathorn, opens on Sathorn Soi 12, near the central business district, with 106 compact rooms and communal spaces that include a neighbourhood bar, a co-working area, and a unique dining experience featuring authentic Thai cuisine.
The third property, ASAI Kyoto Shijo, is Dusit’s first hotel in Japan, offering 114 compact rooms in the heart of the Shijo-Karasuma neighbourhood, near the famous Nishiki Market. The communal hub offers space for work, rest, and play and a dining room inspired by Bangkok’s street-food culture.
According to Mr Gilles Cretallaz, Chief Operating Officer of Dusit International, the three new hotels represent significant milestones for the company and its domestic and global expansion plan. 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.
Dusit’s expansion includes nine other hotels opening globally before the end of the year, with the company’s first entry into Nepal, a second hotel in Japan, and a strategic return to India.
For more information about the new hotels and their opening offers, visit the following links: ▪ dusit.com/dusitd2-samyanbangkok ▪ asaihotels.com/locations/bangkok-sathorn ▪ dusit.com/asai-kyoto.
Written by: Supaporn Pholrach (Joom)