Best Western Opens First Hotel in Myanmar

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Best Western International has opened its first hotel in Myanmar, the Best Western Green Hill Hotel, Yangon - a contemporary, 189-room midscale hotel located in the heart of Myanmars largest city, with views of the glittering spires of the stunning Shwedagon Pagoda.

Best Western Green Hill Hotel, Yangon, offer 189 guest rooms and suites with a range of modern amenities for the international traveler, including complimentary in-room Wi-Fi, work desks, power sockets and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels.

The hotel also features a restaurant serving Asian and international cuisine, while the corporate and events markets are well catered for, with three meeting rooms offering more than 200m of function space.

Our arrival in Myanmar makes Best Western the first US-based hotel company to establish a presence in this exciting country, since it opened up to international investment. This is a great source of pride for our historic company, said Glenn de Souza, BWIs Vice President of International Operations for Asia and the Middle East. With the incredible growth and development currently being seen in Myanmar, and incredibly bright forecasts for the future, I am extremely confident that Best Western Green Hill Hotel will be a huge success. Best Western International sees huge potential in Myanmar, and we intended to be here for the long-term, helping to grow the countrys tourism industry.

The opening of the Best Western Green Hill Hotel, Yangon, marks only the start of BWIs expansion plans in Myanmar. This year the company will launch its first hotel in the countrys capital, Nay Pyi Taw.

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