On 28 September 2018, Somerset Maison Asoke Bangkok, with its 125 studio and one-bedroom services apartments, will open its doors for the first time. Somerset Maison Asoke Bangkok is located in Sukhumvit’s lively and bustling business district, surrounded by a panoply of businesses, restaurants, shops and markets. This superb location includes easy access to local public transit. In addition to beautifully furnished, welcoming apartments, Somerset Maison Asoke Bangkok will also boast its own restaurant, a gym and a sky garden.
“CapitaLand’s wholly-owned serviced residence business unit, The Ascott Limited in Thailand is proud to introduce the brand-new Somerset Maison Asoke Bangkok, which will officially welcome its first guest on 28th September 2018.”
Watch out for more information including photos of the hotel at NewThaiHotels.com this week.
If you are in the market to visit Thailand soon, then you will be able to match yourself with a local resident to act sort of as your tour guide in order to help you view the exhibits that you want to fit in during your journey. You can choose from a list of several different tours and locations, and then you will be matched with a local assistant who will help guide you along these journeys.
“Created by robotics engineering graduate Taro Amornched, the online platform aims to match travelers with locals – but not in the sleazy Tinder kind of way.”
As a luxury travel-stay option, Hyatt has every reason to keep its brand profile and its reputation high, while never resting on its laurels and always seeking new ways to satisfy its world-class clientele. The gold class of Hyatt’s frequent world travelers are its World of Hyatt Members, who already receive exclusive benefits, such as free nights at Hyatt Hotels.
With the recently completed merger of SPG and Marriott, along with the even more recent NH Hotel backoff, Hyatt is feeling a bit left out in the cold and need to bolster their catalog of hotels lest they lose more guests who value loyalty perks to the megachain that is Marriott/SPG.
Moreover, loyal travelers attracted to Hyatt stay all over the world and have expressed their desire to experience the luxury and privileges of their World of Hyatt membership status in other localities than those currently having a designated Hyatt Hotel. Hyatt fully understands and appreciates the needs of its guests and has just upped the staying clout of its World of Hyatt members by implementing a strategic alliance with Small Luxury Hotels of the World, a luxury chain of independently owned distinct, high-end hotels. This alliance considerably widens the staying options of World of Hyatt members from about 700 options to about 1200. Hyatt’s 10 million+ members will prove a boon for the small luxury chain. Meanwhile, the members of Hyatt’s exclusive World of Hyatt will have the option of staying at one of the singular boutique Small Luxury Hotels of the World, located in more than 80 countries, while continuing to redeem their Hyatt points.
“Hyatt Hotels Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is a leading global hospitality company with a portfolio of 14 premier brands. As of June 30, 2018, the Company’s portfolio included more than 750 properties in more than 55 countries across six continents.”
Read more at the original source: https://newsroom.hyatt.com/news-releases?item=123717
After the merger last year of Marriott and Starwood, the now combined hotel loyalty and reward program allows you to earn and redeem points for stays in over a massive 6,700 hotels worldwide! It will take a generation for any other hotel loyalty program to surpass the choice now offered by the combined group.
You may have already combined your SPG and Marriott accounts, but now you will be prompted to merge them next time you log in to either the SPG or Marriott sites. Go to the link at the bottom of this article for important points you should know before you start the merge.
“As the merger between Marriott Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards continues to roll out, members can now combine their hotel loyalty memberships into one account: pooling together all their nights and points into a single program.”
Read more at the original source: https://www.ausbt.com.au/how-to-merge-your-marriott-starwood-preferred-guest-accounts
The renowned Nai Lert Park Hotel just became Movenpick’s ninth luxurious property in Thailand, with a planned 2019 reopening for this Bangkok mainstay. The hotel will feature superb design and a variety of new amenities. Movenpick has placed a heavy emphasis on wellness, and the Nai Lert Park Hotel will offer a wide variety of health, fitness and wellness services in concert with BDMS. This includes athletic facilities, a spa and an array of delicious and wholesome organic Thai cuisine and refreshments.
“Offering 294 stylish guest rooms and a wide range of business and leisure facilities, it will be the hospitality firm’s third property in the Thai capital, joining Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok and Mövenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok.”
Read more at the original source: http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/article/moevenpick-to-rebrand-nai-lert-park-hotel-in-bangkok/#When:09:21:39Z