Hilton Signs Two Management Agreements in Thailand

Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok

Hilton Worldwide has announced the signing of two management agreements with TCC Hotel Group (a subsidiary of TCC Land Group) for a new build Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel and a conversion project to be rebranded as a DoubleTree by Hilton hotel. Both properties are due for completion in 2012.

The construction of Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok is already under way on the new-build, 24-storey Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok, which will offer 287 guest rooms including 35 suites.

Facilities will include: numerous F&B outlets, a bar, and a lobby lounge. Leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, a health club and a luxury health spa.

Meeting and conference facilities at the hotel will include a main conference room of 465 square metres and meeting rooms totaling 697 square metres. The hotel will also have a business centre and an executive floor.

DoubleTree by Hilton, Sukhumvit Bangkok’s conversion involves a multi-phase redesign and refurbishment, which includes upgrades in guest rooms, F&B outlets, conference facilities and public space.

The hotel will reopen as DoubleTree by Hilton, Sukhumvit Bangkok in 2012. The 24-storey property will feature 182 modern guest rooms including 12 suites. F&B outlets will comprise an all-day dining restaurant and a lounge.

Leisure facilities will include an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre. The hotel's meeting and event facilities will include a main conference room of 512 square metres, which can be divided into three meeting rooms; as well as a fully-equipped business centre.

Including these two new hotels in Bangkok, Hilton Worldwide portfolio in Thailand now features five hotels. Three additional hotels are to open in the country during the next two years.

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