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Shama Opens Serviced Apartments in Bangkok

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Boutique serviced apartment provider, Shama, has opened its first, flagship property outside of Greater China, the Shama Sukhumvit.

Following Shamas acquisition by Onyx Hospitality Group, the Thailand-based hotel management company, Shamas new property in Bangkok marks the expansion of its serviced apartment offering in a number of gateway cities in Asia.

Shama Sukhumvit offers a range of long, mid and short term lease options. The property features 90, one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Tenants will benefit from a range of facilities at Shama Sukhumvit including the Shama Rooftop - an outdoor swimming pool and childrens pool; a well equipped childrens play area; a tropical garden with BBQ facilities; a Fitness Centre; Shama Relax - tenants lounge; a Business Centre; and a Shama Caf.

The new Shama Sukhumvit is located just 30-minutes-drive from Suvarnabhumi International and Don Muang Airports and close to the BTS Sky Train.

Bangkok is a competitive market for serviced apartment operators but we are confident that Shama Sukhumvit will add something new to the current offering in the market, said Elaine Young, Executive Vice President, Onyx. This opening is an exciting step for Shama and an important addition to Shamas growing Asia offering. We continue to expand and are currently aggressively seeking number of opportunities for growth in gateway cities across the region.

Including the newly opened Shama Sukhumvit in Bangkok, Shama manages 13 boutique serviced apartments across Asia. Operating seven serviced apartment properties in Hong Kong, four in Shanghai and one in Dalian, with an expansion plan that spans Bangalore, Hangzhou and Guangzhou in the next year.

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