Centara to open 5-star hotel in Vientiane in 2017

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centaraThai hotel operator Centara Hotels & Resorts is to have its first hotel in Laos in 2017 with the opening of the luxurious five-star Centara Grand Hotel Vientiane. Located in the downtown district of the Laotian capital of Vientiane, the hotel will be designed in a French colonial style. Centara will manage the new-build property under a management contract.

The hotel is owned by a well-known Laotian company and is being developed under an investment of $46.2 million.

“We are very proud of the fact that our top-tier Grand brand is expanding even further overseas,” says Thirayuth Chirathivat, chief executive officer of Centara Hotels & Resorts.

“The brand is carrying our unique style of Thai hospitality into new markets, backed by the confidence of international investors. Vientiane is an exciting destination for us, and the hotel joins our Grand branded properties in Maldives, Vietnam, Bali, Mauritius, Shanghai, Addis Ababa, Doha and, of course, Thailand.”

Including Vientiane, Centara now has a total of 20 Grand hotels.

“Laos is a natural market for us, being a direct neighbour of Thailand, and we are delighted that we shall have a five-star hotel in the center of downtown Vientiane,” says Chris Bailey, senior vice president for sales and marketing of Centara Hotels & Resorts.

“This will add to our marketing strength in Southeast Asia, providing an exciting new destination for our large customer base around the world and adding to the opportunities for our business partners.”

Centara Grand Hotel Vientiane will have 200 rooms and feature Centara’s five-star facilities, including two restaurants, a Spa Cenvaree, a Kids’ Club, swimming pool, fitness center and meeting facilities, including a ballroom.

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Thai hotel operator Centara Hotels & Resorts is to have its first hotel in Laos in 2017 with the opening of the luxurious five-star Centara Grand Hotel Vientiane. Located in the downtown district of the Laotian capital of Vientiane, the hotel will be designed in a French colonial style. Centara will manage the new-build property under a management contract.

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centaraThai hotel operator Centara Hotels & Resorts is to have its first hotel in Laos in 2017 with the opening of the luxurious five-star Centara Grand Hotel Vientiane. Located in the downtown district of the Laotian capital of Vientiane, the hotel will be designed in a French colonial style. Centara will manage the new-build property under a management contract.

The hotel is owned by a well-known Laotian company and is being developed under an investment of $46.2 million.

“We are very proud of the fact that our top-tier Grand brand is expanding even further overseas,” says Thirayuth Chirathivat, chief executive officer of Centara Hotels & Resorts.

“The brand is carrying our unique style of Thai hospitality into new markets, backed by the confidence of international investors. Vientiane is an exciting destination for us, and the hotel joins our Grand branded properties in Maldives, Vietnam, Bali, Mauritius, Shanghai, Addis Ababa, Doha and, of course, Thailand.”

Including Vientiane, Centara now has a total of 20 Grand hotels.

“Laos is a natural market for us, being a direct neighbour of Thailand, and we are delighted that we shall have a five-star hotel in the center of downtown Vientiane,” says Chris Bailey, senior vice president for sales and marketing of Centara Hotels & Resorts.

“This will add to our marketing strength in Southeast Asia, providing an exciting new destination for our large customer base around the world and adding to the opportunities for our business partners.”

Centara Grand Hotel Vientiane will have 200 rooms and feature Centara’s five-star facilities, including two restaurants, a Spa Cenvaree, a Kids’ Club, swimming pool, fitness center and meeting facilities, including a ballroom.

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