UK’s Kew Green Hotels spreads wings in South East Asia

TD Editor

Kew Green Hotels, one of the UK’s leading hotel management companies with over 55 hotels in its portfolio, is expanding into the South East Asia market through a joint venture with Siamese Asset. The new entity, Siamese and Kew Green Management Company Thailand, are launching seven properties in the capital city of Bangkok, four of which are under the Wyndham Hotels & Resorts brand umbrella.

Alongside the launch of these seven properties, it will also be launching a commercial hub for South East Asia to support the region, based in Bangkok. Confident in Thailand’s position as a world-class tourism destination, Siamese and Kew Green Management Company Thailand will launch four hotel and branded residences in the heart of Bangkok in early 2021: The Wyndham Queen Convention Centre, Wyndham Garden Sukhumvit 42, Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Sukhumvit 48 and Ramada by Wyndham Sukhumvit 87, with additional three properties in the pipeline.

As hospitality experts, Kew Green Hotels set themselves apart by combining years of experience with innovative ideas to deliver outstanding hotel services and by delivering exceptional returns for hotel owners.

Chris Dexter, chief executive officer of Kew Green Hotels, said: “We are delighted to be expanding into South East Asia and form a joint venture, in partnership with Siamese Asset, one of Thailand’s most prominent property developers. We look forward to delivering world-renowned Thai hospitality in these seven properties, supported by our state-of-the-art commercial hub.”

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