AWC follows all guidelines set forth by the Thai officials in the prevention and protection of the spread of Covid-19. The Pattaya hotel will be at the Aquatique The Beachfront Pattaya, which is not open yet, but AWC says it will be an “all-in-1” seaside destination and the “first of its kind” for … leading international hotel companies  — "We are concerned about the challenging situation in Thailand and put our efforts into reducing the risks to the public by minimising large gatherings and the need for people to commute, particularly in Bangkok," Ms Wallapa said. They will be shuttered from March 26 to April 15. In addition to the five hotels, the temporary closure "We are confident in the long-term positive outlook of Thai tourism. During the closure, the hotels will be thoroughly cleaned and improved, to ensure the well-being of guests and employees when the situation eases and they can reopen, she said. entertainment venues as well as a ban on meetings,  events and large public gatherings in the WebBed insights on China and Korea travel, A glimmer of hope for the travel industry, Time to turn to the trade for a Covid fix, Thailand’s tourism recovery four years away.

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By subscribing, you accept the terms and conditions in our, ©2020 Bangkok Post Public Company Limited. Wallapa Traisorat, CEO and president of AWC, said the multi-agreement demonstrates Marriott International's confidence in AWC. It is responding to the government’s temporary closure of ", Please contact : Sirintip Yutika Mobile +66 80 818 8187. group reported to Thailand’s stock exchange Monday. The five hotels being closed are: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park Hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel, Le Meridien Bangkok Hotel, The Okura Prestige Hotel Bangkok and the Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse.

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temporarily close five of its hotels in Bangkok from 26 March to 15 April, the Our collaboration with global partners enables us to create an exceptional customer experience and better respond to diversified consumer needs. In addition to the five hotels, the temporary closure extends to the group’s retail properties to comply with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration announcement issued last week.

AWC … The more than 2,000 employees would continue to receive their salaries during the closure, with the company requiring all employees to stay at home and refrain from travelling to other provinces, in line with  government policy. Thank you for subscribing our enewsletter. After delaying the launch from April, it … AWC owns 15 hotels with 4,960 rooms that are managed by six The three new Bangkok hotels comprise the ultra-luxury Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort, the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Asiatique Bangkok, and the Asiatique Bangkok, Autograph Collection.
This helps enhance potential and opportunity of Thai tourism industry to expand its tourist base to the wellness and long-stay segments in the near term, as well as create a more compelling experience to attract discerning and sophisticated travellers from around the world." 24 Mar 2020 at 13:28, writer: All our hotels and resorts within the AWC hospitality portfolio reflect authentic culture blended with luxury and refinement. The fourth hotel, Aquatique Pattaya, Autograph Collection, will be situated in Aquatique The Beachfront Pattaya, a soon-to-open mixed-use destination offering MICE hotel and facilities, luxury shopping and entertainment. The agreement is for four new hotels under three global hotel brands on the Bangkok riverside and Pattaya beachfront. Craig S Smith, group president for Asia Pacific, Marriott International, added: "Strengthening our longstanding, well-established partnership with AWC in this landmark multi-agreement signing for four new hotels in Bangkok and Pattaya is testament of our continuing growth strategy across Asia Pacific, including Thailand. Bangkok and Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse. SET-listed Asset World Corp Plc (AWC) is the second hotel group in Thailand to announce the temporary closure of hotels in Bangkok, shutting the doors of five premises. The 3 new Bangkok hotels are the Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort, the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Asiatique Bangkok, and the Asiatique Bangkok, Autograph Collection. Write CSS OR LESS and hit save. ga('send', 'pageview');

the public listed company identified five affiliated hotels in Bangkok namely

Our current properties in the Hospitality segment primarily consist of hotels in popular tourist destinations in Thailand, including Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Koh Samui and Krabi, and will also include Pattaya and Hua Hin. including a policy to waive cancellation fees for hotel bookings and the Most of it was probably destined for Europe, Japan or Korea. The company will also not engage in business meetings with people from outside the company. })(window,document,'script','//www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga');

EXPLORE AWC’S 5-STAR PRODUCTS & SERVICES. AWC owns 15 hotels with 4,960 rooms that are managed by six leading international hotel companies — Marriott International Inc, Hilton, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Banyan Tree, Meliá, and Okura, SET-listed Asset World Corp Plc (AWC), the leading real estate company in Thailand recently announced a temporary closure of its properties in Bangkok.


published : TTR Weekly. All three will be located at the future expansion of the Asiatique The Riverfront shopping-dining destination. In related news, the group asked employees to work from home. All our hotels and resorts within AWC’s hospitality portfolio reflect authentic culture blended with luxury and refinement. Copyright Ⓒ 2019 Nationthailand - All rights reserved.

Asset World Corporation (AWC) has expanded its hotels portfolio via a multi-agreement deal signed with Marriott International today. AWC said the deal also strengthens its status as one of the largest owners of Marriott International properties in Asia Pacific (excluding China) with a total 6,636 rooms in Thailand, from nine operating hotels with 3,452 rooms, and seven future projects with 3,184 rooms – including the four new hotels with 1,638 rooms.