Dream Hotel Group to make first foray in Philippines hotel market

Dream Carabao Island infinity pool

Dream Hotel Group has signed its first hotel in the Philippines. When it opens, the 220-guestroom Dream Hotel will be on the beaches of Carabao Island near Boracay and the international airport.

Dream Carabao Island will be part of an integrated gaming and adventure resort destination spanning more than 1 million square feet and will have 220 guestrooms and suites, including 100 villas. The property will be the seventh hotel to join Dream Hotel Group’s expanding Asian network.

Recently rated third best island destination in the world by Condé Nast Traveler magazine, Boracay gets more than three million visitors annually, including local holiday makers and international visitors from Europe and North Asia.

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Dream Hotel Group has planned to open more than 30 hotels and resorts worldwide across all its brands–Dream, Time, The Chatwal and Unscripted–over the next four years, continuing to grow its portfolio. With independent development partners, Dream Hotel Group is constructing $750 million in new hotel development projects, which will add 6,990 new guestrooms to its portfolio. These include Dream Oceanami Villas & Spa in Long Hai Beach, Vietnam, Unscripted Cocobay Danang in Danang, Vietnam, The Chatwal Lodge in Bethel, N.Y., Unscripted Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, Unscripted Dominican Republic, The Time Dominican Republic, The Chatwal Maaga Maldives, Dream Gasveli Maldives and Dream Dehli.

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