With the consolidation of Hotel 81, Value Hotel,
Venue Hotel, V Hotel, Hotel Boss, and Hotel Mi under one umbrella,
Worldwide Hotels has become Singapore's largest homegrown tourist-class hotel group.
In Singapore, Worldwide Hotels owns and manages
all of its 38 properties with 6,500
rooms spread across the six brands.
Beyond its home ground, Worldwide
Hotels has eight properties in the Asia Pacific region and is
looking to expand through the acquistion of more
properties around the world.
Ms Carolyn Choo, Managing Director of Worldwide
Hotels Group, said, "The consolidation of our brands under
Worldwide Hotels marks a transition for us as we celebrate our
25th year. This sets our intention to expand worldwide, in line
with the next phase of the group's long-term growth. Worldwide
Hotels strives to be a significant player in the global
More on these expansion plans to come.
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