Marriott International’s three-year expansion plan will add 285,000 to 300,000 rooms to their existing million-plus rooms. This growth plan would represent an annual 6.5% increase, keeping pace with the anticipated 7% increase industry growth expected in the next ten years. The $13.6 billion acquisition of Starwood Hotels in 2016 increased their footprint from operating in 87 countries to 122. Arne Sorenson, president and CEO of Marriott, described their plan as “once-in-a-generation” and said that they “are well positioned to benefit” from the industry’s expected growth given their plans to expand.
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Enjoying a night of fun atop of one of Bangkok’s rooftop bars will provide memories that will last forever. Many rooftop bars exist in Bangkok, and while each has something wonderful to offer, some are sure to please you more than the rest. If you’re interested in finding the best rooftop bars, this is the information that you seek to find. Here are the best rooftop bars that can be found in Bangkok. Are you ready for a night of fun?
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Opening in 2020, the DusitD2 Chaengwattana hotel will be the pinnacle for business hotels in the Bangkok area. Operating in close proximity to many of the city’s key attractions for both visitors and business clientele. The hotel will offer many features that will cater to a various array of people to suit all needs. The hotel will feature state of the art technology coupled with the well known reputation of the Dusit organization to satisfy all of their futures guests to the fullest.
Visitors to Thailand’s most famous and visited market, Chaktuchak is getting their own Best Western. The hotel chain announced they will be opening near the Mo Chit BTS skytrain station and Bangkok’s elevated highway which makes its proximity very accessible to the city and airport. The environmentally-friendly Best Western Chaktuchak will offer several modern amenities for their hotel guests, making it an affordable place to stay, while visiting and experiencing one of Asia’s largest and most popular markets.
“Best Western has revealed plans to open a midscale property adjacent to Kampang Phet MRT subway station.”
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Keeping up with trends and technologies is something that many hotels choose to do. Travelers want these features, and having them available means more travelers choosing their hotel brand. To appease more customers with grand appeal, Hyatt hotels are now offering a new feature for their customers. This is in-room streaming entertainment service that gives travelers the option to stream movies, tv shows, music, and more at the push of a button. Currently available at 14 Hyatt hotels but with plans to expand worldwide, guests can log into streaming services such at Netflix with their own account and continue watching where they left off at home.
I have two pieces of advice regarding this service: