Savant Vela Hotel Bangkok adds to Cachet’s portfolio

The Cachet Hospitality Group is building it’s second hotel property in Bangkok and it will launch in November of 2017. The hotel is a very modern hotel with amenities such as Interactive Mobility and booking and payment through WeChat. The hotel also offers The Scholar Bar, which has interactive tables and affordable wines; The Habitat, which is a place for guests to mingle; and The Cardio Zone, a place to workout.
Three highly respected employees worked hard to get this hotel and their company these new hotels. These three people are Kimy Chen, Jitsak Lim-Pakornkul, and Sorachai Rojanasuwan.

Key Takeaways:

  • Savant Vela Hotel Bangkok is set to open in November 2017. It will be the Cachet Hospitality Group’s first Savant hotel in Asia’s southeast.
  • It will have a bar with an interactive table and automated dispensers, a lobby with space to lounge and mingle, and a fitness center with TRX equipment and spinning bicycles.
  • Kim Chen, newly appointed to president of Southeast Asia, will preside over CHG’s business developments in the region.

“Located in the heart of Bangkok near Siam Square, the affordable lifestyle hotel features 72 Brilliant Rooms averaging 20m², and amenities such as Interactive Mobility to offer guests convenient check-in and check-out, streamlined booking and payment processes through WeChat.”

Original Source: http://ttgasia.com/article.php?article_id=29174

New hotel openings: March 20-24, 2017

Four days in March resulted in several new hotel openings across the country. March 20- March 24 resulted in great new hotel openings. If you are someone who likes to be in the know when a new hotel opens, it is important that you check out this list of new hotels. These openings are sure to put a smile on your face and perhaps even encourage you to make a trip to see these new hotels on their own.

Key Takeaways:

  • Among the new openings is the Wyndham Garden Kuta Beach Bali (Pictured above)
  • All three hotels have many nice amenities for all types of guests
  • All three hotels are nicely decorated and are very well lit.

“Overlooking the Arabian Sea on Vagator Beach, W Goa offers 160 guestrooms, villas and chalets, all of which have been decked out in rich colours and fabrics.”

Original Source: http://www.ttgasia.com/article.php?article_id=29069

lebua Hotels and Resorts Launches Exclusive Whisky Bar

The Dome atop Lebua at State Tower luxury hotel in Bangkok, Thailand is opening a new whiskey bar called Alfresco 64, A Chivas bar. They have teamed with Pernod Richard, which is a prestigious liquor brand. This bar will be on the 64th floor at Lebua. It will have three distinct sections. The first section is the indoor section which will be elegant like a yacht interior. The second section is for VIPs and will be used for special events. The third section will be the outdoor area. Here you will be able to see views of the Chao Phraya River as you sit in comfortable couches.

Read more: lebua Hotels and Resorts Launches Exclusive Whisky Bar – Food & Beverage Magazine

8 Great things to do in Phuket away from tourist places

Phuket has become an extraordinarily busy tourist destination, with it’s bustling streets and it’s beautiful beaches. Some find this to be a negative and feel that those are the only things going on, however if you dig a little deeper, there are plenty of other things to do that have not yet pulled in all the tourists. These range from indulging at the floating restaurants to eating at the small tables in the Mor Mu Dong restaurant or the beautiful view at the Wassa homemade bar. You could also take in the sights of the Golden Sitting Buddha, the Sirinath National Park, or take in Banana Beach, Wat Phra Nang Sang or Samet Nangshe viewpoint.

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Dusit adds Colours to expand in Japan

Dusit has recently come into some new ventures that is allowing it to spread across the ocean to Japan. The hotel chain has teamed up with Colures International and is allowing it to expand its reach into the Japanese market. It will embrace both Japanese and Thai culture and will really add a lot of value to the world traveler. Both regions are experience strong growth and it is a really great time for the companies to be expanding.

Read more: Dusit adds Colours to expand in Japan