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Akaryn Hotel Group opens Aleenta Retreat Chiang Mai, Thailand

Today marks the official opening of Aleenta Retreat Chiang Mai in northern Thailand. This is the third property under the Aleenta brand from Thailand-based luxury boutique hotel specialist AKARYN Hotel Group. Offering 44 rooms and suites, a restaurant, bar, spa and wellness center featuring tailor-made wellness programs and retreats, the resort manifests AKARYN Hotel Group’s ongoing dedication to providing authentic, premium, sustainable experiences. 


Radisson Hotel Group signs Thailand’s first Radisson RED hotel in vibrant Patong Beach

Slated for opening in late 2023, Radisson RED Phuket Patong Beach marks the conversion of an existing property in the heart of Patong Beach, which will now be fully renovated and relaunched in line with Radisson RED’s bold design and brand standards. Owned by Destination Group, which recently partnered with Radisson Hotel Group to open both the Radisson Resort & Spa Hua Hin and Radisson Resort & Suites Phuket, this signing reaffirms the Group’s ability to meet the needs of guests and owners in a wide variety of markets – including Asia’s most popular destinations – with innovative brands and attractive business models.


Fairmont Hotels and Resorts signs with AWC to open the first property in Thailand

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, part of world leading hospitality group Accor, and Asset World Corp Public Company Limited (AWC), Thailand’s leading integrated lifestyle real estate group, today announced the signing of the first Fairmont hotel in Thailand. Fairmont Bangkok Sukhumvit is set to open in 2024 as the first project signed under AWC’s multi-property framework agreement with Accor, elevating Bangkok as a global hub for luxury leisure, business and group travel. Under this partnership, AWC and Accor will open more than 1,000 keys across multiple Accor-branded hotels in key tourist destinations throughout the country, providing unique offerings and experiences for guests, and strengthening Thailand as a sustainable tourism destination.


Thailand gears up for the return of Chinese tourists

China is back! the Chinese government announced that it would reopen the country’s borders and allow its citizens to take overseas vacations for the first time since early 2020. For many destinations, the return of the world’s largest outbound travel market – accounting for a staggering 155 million international trips in 2019¹ – will provide a huge boost to their economies following the challenges of the last three years.

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Jono Hotels welcome Savvy European Travellers

Jono Hotels (‘Jono’), Thailand’s newest innovative hotel group dedicated to a new generation of digital nomads, invites savvy European explorers to rediscover ‘The Land of Smiles in 2023. Jono’s unique positioning as a fun, happy-go-lucky brand lets every guest squeeze the utmost out of their travels and uncover the heart and soul of their chosen destination.

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