Bangkok Thailand Intercontinental Hotel

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has signed an agreement to take over the management of Grand Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel until 2021 and announced a partnership with the Thai Tourism Authority of Thailand (TTA) and Thailand Tourism Limited. The partnership includes conversions and new buildings with a total of more than 1,200 rooms at various important tourism destinations in Thailand, which are managed by IhG, as well as the development of new hotels in Bangkok.

The project will begin with the construction of a "living museum" at the Grand Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel, where every facet will be enriched by the latest technology, design, architecture and technology. At the same time IhG will present its expertise in the development and management of hotels, restaurants, hotels and resorts in Thailand.

With our strong brand positioning and presence in Thailand, we are pleased to present this exceptional experience as a unique and luxurious property. Sukhumvit said: "As an experienced hotel owner, I am investing in the development and management of Crowne Plaza Hotel, which is located in the best central location of our brand and perfectly matches its unique location in Bangkok." David H. Smith, IhG's Managing Director for Asia Pacific and the Middle East, added: "We are pleased to find in InterContinental Hotels Group a partner who shares our vision to bring a world-class mountain resort to this historic and scenic region. Kiyosaki Yamaguchi, Senior Vice President for Thailand, Southeast Asia and South America at Intercontinental Hotel Group, added: "As an experienced hotel owner, ih G, as well as the owner and operator of a number of hotels and resorts in Asia Pacific, is investing in a global brand with a long history and strong track record.

David H. Smith, Chief Executive Officer of InterContinental Hotels Group, commented on the signing: "This signing marks a significant step in the development of our global brand portfolio in Thailand. He said that the strength and breadth of IHG's brand portfolio had led to the acquisition of Crowne Plaza Hotel in Bangkok and a number of other hotels and resorts in the Asia-Pacific and Middle East. Intercontinental Hotel Group CEO and Chairman Dave Smith said: "We are led by a strong team of experienced hotel owners and operators who have long invested in global brands and a global presence.

He said: "Thailand is an important market for IHG, not only in terms of our global brand portfolio, but also as an important destination for our customers and partners.

As expected, the InterContinental Bangkok also offers great views of the city from the top floor of the hotel. The beautiful views over the city do not hurt, making it the perfect place for an evening with friends and family or a weekend getaway.

IHG now has 29 hotels in Thailand and plans to double its portfolio in the next 3-5 years. Multilingual staff options include English, Thai, French, Chinese, Mandarin and Thai - English and English - Chinese.

IHG operates 31 hotels in Thailand, with 29 in the pipeline, including brand entries from Kimpton and voco. IH G operates 24 hotels in Bangkok, Bangkok International Airport, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Phnom Penh as well as other parts of the country. It also has 29 hotels under construction or development in Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, and 24 hotel operations in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand. IhG currently manages a portfolio of more than 1,000 hotels worldwide with a strong presence in Asia, Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.

After extensive renovation work, the 386-room hotel will be renamed Crowne Plaza Bangkok Grand Sukhumvit in 2018, following IHG's path of tidying up and adding an additional 2023 rooms, making it one of the largest hotels in the country with more than 1,000 rooms. The group will open its first two new hotels, Bangkok Suks Sukhet and Bangkok Suit Sukkot, in 2019 and 2020. It is due to open in 2021 and remain fully operational until 2022.

Under the partnership, AWC and IHG will begin construction of the prestigious Imperial Mae Ping Hotel, which has long been at the forefront of Chiang Mai's hospitality scene and has been part of the city's cultural, cultural and social life for over 30 years.

The hotel will be located in the Chiang Mai district of Chitlom, in the heart of the cultural and social life of the city and will offer access to a wide range of restaurants, bars, shops, restaurants and hotels. It will be located next to the BTS Chitslum Skytrain Station, making it an ideal destination for travel to and from Bangkok and other major cities in Thailand and beyond.

There are a lot of great hotels in Bangkok and I have already had the opportunity to try some, including the Ritz-Carlton, Royal Thai Hotel and Chiang Mai International Hotel. On my last visit, I stayed at one of my favorite Starwood hotels around the world. The nightlife and markets are equally close and we hardly used a taxi or tuk-tuk during our entire stay.

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