Dusit International, one of Thailand’s leading hotel and property development companies, will attend Europe’s largest tradeshow in Berlin on 6 - 10 March 2019 to share the company’s latest news and updates and shine a spotlight on its new and upcoming properties.
Led by Ms Suphajee Suthumpun, Group CEO; Mr Lim Boon Kwee, Chief Operating Officer; and Ms Prachoom Tantiprasertsuk, Vice President of Sales, Dusit International’s delegation will present recent openings such as dusitD2 Yarkay Thimphu (Bhutan), dusitD2 Ao Nang, Krabi (Thailand), and The Beach Club at Lubi Plantation Island, Managed by Dusit (Philippines). They will also unveil the company’s plans to open at least 10 hotels in 2019 across China, Bahrain, Doha, Philippines, and Singapore.
Alongside showcasing its four core brands – Dusit Thani, Dusit Devarana, dusitD2, and Dusit Princess – the company will also provide an update on ASAI Hotels, the distinctive new brand designed to link millennial-minded travellers with authentic local experiences in vibrant cities and resort destinations worldwide.
Visitors to ITB 2019 will also learn of Dusit’s latest promotions and packages for leisure travellers, as well as special offers for MICE, corporate bookings, and weddings, available at Dusit Hotels & Resorts in Thailand, Maldives, Philippines, UAE and more key destinations.
Established in 1948, Dusit International prides itself on uniquely delivering Thai-inspired, gracious hospitality to the world. The company is now in a significant growth phase which will see its current tally of 28 properties surpass 70 within the next five years.
Dusit’s executives will be based at Dusit International’s stand in Hall 227, 26 B and will be available for a limited number of one-on-one media meetings.
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