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Source: Thailand Medical News  Jan 06, 2020
Thailand’ Hotel Industry is in for a tougher time in 2020 due to a variety of factors starting with the strong baht that is deterring many travellers from coming to Thailand (in this article we are not considering any fake tourism figures that is constantly being spewed by various agencies) coupled with the start of the global recession. Other contributing factors include the ongoing US-Chin...
Source : Thailand Hotel News  Dec 18, 2019
Thai owned Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas will make its debut in the upcoming months in Ireland with the rebranding of The Marker Hotel in Dublin, one of the Irish capital's most modern and luxurious buildings. The new addition of the property in Dublin will represent the expansion of the luxury brand’s footprint into northwest Europe for the first time and also the first urban Ana...
Source: Thailand Hotel News  Dec 02, 2019
Hotel businesses in Pattaya, Phuket, Chiangmai are all beginning to feel the pinch of the strong baht and also the global trade wars and the start of the global economic recession, as many are reporting extremely low occupancy rates despite the fact that government agencies are saying that tourism number are booming. No one is sure who is spreading the fake news, the hoteliers or the government ag...
Source: Thailand Hotel News  Nov 30, 2019
Thailand based hotel-management company Unicorn Hospitality is planning a significant expansion, aiming to triple its portfolio from four to 12 hotels and resorts by early 2021. The hotel management company currently has the 89-room Silver Palm Bangkok, 48-room Zazz Urban Bangkok, the Cove Phi Phi beachfront resort and Zazz Urban Ho Chi Minh. In October 2019, it opened the 53-room Daraya Boutiqu...
Source: Thailand Hotel News  Nov 10, 2019
Real state consultancy firm, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) said in a report a fortnight ago that hotel transaction volumes in the Asia-Pacific region are expected to increase by 25 to 30 per cent year-on-year to more than US$11 billion in 2019. Mike Batchelor, the consultancy’s chief executive told Thailand Hotel News in an exclusive interview  “Despite a cautious economic climate a...

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