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Kew set to expand in Asia


BANGKOK September 30, 2021: Kew Green Hotels, a UK-based hotel management company with over 55 hotels in its portfolio, continues its global expansion with the signing of three properties in Bangkok.

The latest property management agreements in the Thai capital fall under Siamese and Kew Green Management Company and involve Crowne Plaza Rama 9, Cassia from Banyan Tree Rama 9 and Cassia from Banyan Tree Ram Intra.

This is in addition to the earlier signing of four hotels under the Wyndham Hotels & Resorts brand which are slated to open in Bangkok from the end of 2021. This will give Kew Green seven hotels in Thailand.

Kew Green Hotels is also developing its global partnerships with award-winning Light Human Hotels. The first round of hotel openings begins with Light Human Hotels Vila Real Porto in Portugal in 2022, followed by Light Human Hotel Curitiba in Brazil from 2023.

Future Light Human Hotels, managed by Kew Green Hotels, will include Paris, Porto Marina in Portugal, Miami, Corsica, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

Chris Dexter, CEO of Kew Green Hotels, said: “We are delighted to continue to expand globally, both in South East Asia, as well as America and Europe. This announcement reflects Kew Green Hotels’ growing expertise in the international hotel market and its reputation for operational excellence, strong brand awareness and industry-leading profitability.

Siamese and Kew Green Management Company Thailand will launch seven properties in the heart of Bangkok from the end of 2021: The Wyndham Queen Convention Center, Wyndham Garden Sukhumvit 42, Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Sukhumvit 48, Ramada by Wyndham Sukhumvit 87, Cassia by Banyan Tree Group Rama 9, Crowne Plaza Bangkok Rama 9 and Cassia by Banyan Tree Group Ram Intra.

Along with the launch of the seven properties, Kew Green Hotels will also open its Southeast Asia shopping hub in Bangkok to support growth in the region.


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