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Pan Pacific Bangkok to Become a Crowne Plaza

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 InterContinental Hotels Group has confirmed that a Crowne Plaza hotel will replace the Pan Pacific Bangkok. The rebranding will come into effect 1 January 2011, making the Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park the fifth IHG property in Bangkok.

The 241-room hotel is located in the heart of Bangkok, a short distance from the Royal Bangkok Sports Club, the Chulalongkorn University as well as a variety of entertainment, dining and retail options in the Silom area. The property offers panoramic city views from the 21st to 32nd floor, and is the hotel component of Ramaland, a mix-use development complex. Sala Daeng BTS and Silom MRT stations are easily accessible from the hotel.

Its no secret that weve been looking for the right opportunity to open a Crowne Plaza in Bangkok. This rebranding gives us the chance to launch Crowne Plaza in a great location and a fantastic platform to build this brand in Thailand, said Jan Smits, Managing Director of IHG Asia Australasia. By next year we will have four IHG brands operating in Thailand InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express. This puts us on a great path to grow our pipeline in Thailand, and we are looking to double our presence in this market over the next few years.

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