The event, which was hosted at the U Sathorn Bangkok, gathered the GMs of AHS’ global collection of Eastin, Eastin Easy and U Hotels for a three-day conference aimed at updating GMs on the company’s growth and business trends, and to chart the future course for AHS.
“As CEO even I have been surprised by the growth and success of AHS in these few short years,” said Jonathan Wigley, CEO of AHS.
“I put this down to two overriding factors; the complete an utter dedication of my valued team in sharing the same mission and vision as myself and the knowledge that when you book at either a U or Eastin property you’re guaranteed the same levels of outstanding amenities, facilities and guest service no matter your destination, with the unique brand characteristics that sets us apart from our competitors.”
In addition to its portfolio of Asian hotels in Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia and the Middle East AHS recently signed its first ever European hotel in Istanbul. And the company said it will also target the Korea market in future.