Mon, 5 December 2016

Dusit Expands Global Portfolio with Opening of Two New Hotels

Dusit has expanded its portfolio of hotels with the opening of a dusitD2 and a DusitPrincess hotel in the UAE and China, respectively.

The dusitD2 Kenz Dubai is located next to Dubai Internet City Metro Station. The hotel comprises 237 guest rooms and suites, three meeting rooms, a boardroom, a rooftop pool, spa, fitness centre, an all-day-dining restaurant specialising in Mediterranean cuisine, and a contemporary Thai restaurant.

DusitPrincess Resort Panzhihua, Sichuan is situated within the citys eco-tourism zone, Puda Sunshine International Retreat, which comprises sports venues, a theme park and wellness facilities. Located only 30 minutes by car from the central business district and Panzhihuas Baoanying Airport, Dusits 206-room resort includes 169 villas with outdoor gardens, an all-day dining restaurant serving Chinese cuisine, and an on-site medical centre providing a comprehensive range of wellness programmes and therapeutic Traditional Chinese Medicine consultation.

Mr Lim Boon Kwee, Chief Operating Officer of Dusit International, said, China and the UAE are both key markets for us and we are delighted to bolster our presence in each location. The opening of the dusitD2 Kenz Dubai and DusitPrincess Resort Panzhihua, Sichuan greatly signals our commitment to global expansion based on market specific needs. We are confident that both new properties will now lead the way for further developments across our entire brand portfolio.

Dusit International currently operates 29 hotels around the world and has 42 confirmed projects in the pipeline across four brands: Dusit Devarana, Dusit Thani, dusitD2, and DusitPrincess.

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