Japan's Okura Hotels inks deal to operate Philippines hotel

Japanese hotel chain Okura Hotels & Resorts has struck a deal with Resorts World Bayshore City Inc. to manage and operate its first hotel in the Philippines, reports GMA New. Travellers International Hotel Group said Hotel Okura Manila will be constructed in Entertainment City in Parañaque.
 
The 380-room hotel will cover about 38,000 square meters in Bayshore City Resorts World.
 
Travellers International owns 95 percent of Resorts World Bayshore, the owner and operator of Bayshore City Resorts World that is expected to open by the fourth quarter of 2018.

Okura launched in Macau in 2011 and in Bangkok in 2012.
 
 

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