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Best Western grows footprint in Bangkok, Manila
Bangkok, February 15, 2012

BEST Western International is continuing its rapid expansion in South-east Asia with the addition of two new properties in Thailand and the Philippines.


The Best Western at Chaeng Wattana will open in 2014 in Chaeng Wattana area of Bangkok, close to government office buildings and the IMPACT Arena Muangthong Thani conference & exhibition centre.


The property will feature 188 guestrooms and facilities including a swimming pool, a fitness centre and an all-day dining restaurant. The hotel will also have six meeting rooms and three banquet halls.


Best Western International is already represented by four hotels in Bangkok; Best Western Mayfair Suites, Best Western Premier Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Airport, Best Western Plus at 20 Sukhumvit and Best Western Bangkok Hiptique. These properties form part of a Thailand-wide portfolio of 13 hotels and more than 1,200 rooms.


Meanwhile, Best Western International has launched its fifth hotel in Manila, Best Western The A. Venue Suites Makati.


Located in the Makati district of Manila, the property offers 70 suites in standard, deluxe, family and premiere categories, an indoor infinity-edged swimming pool, a kid’s pool, a steam room, a hot tub, a fitness centre and a Mediterranean restaurant. There are also five meeting rooms with more than 420m² of space and able to cater for 20-120 pax.


The launch of Best Western The A. Venue Suites Makati adds to two recently opened Best Western properties in Manila – Best Western Oxford Suites Makati and Best Western Premier F1 Hotel in Boniofacio Global City – and takes the company’s portfolio in the Philippines to six hotels and more than 600 keys.

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