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Hotel Okura Nikko launches new hotel in Bangkok

Hospitality Recreation


The grand opening ceremony of Japanese brand hotel Hotel Nikko Bangkok was held in Bangkok, Thailand.

With the launch of the new hotel, Okura Nikko Hotels brand has now expanded to 70 hotels worldwide with Japanese unique hospitality service called Omotenashi in each country. Okura Nikko Hotels is one of the most famous Japanese hotel brands and this is their second hotel in Bangkok.

The hotel, located at Sukhumvit Road, two minutes from Thong Lo BTS station, has 301 rooms with traditional Thai design. In addition, it contains a popular facility such as an outdoor pool and fitness centre.

"Hotel Nikko Bangkok is located in Thong Lo area, and it is known as one of the fashionable spots in Bangkok. So as our hotel, here is a kind of perfect location to be opened. We are trying to provide Japanese style hospitality called 'Omotenashi' which means providing not only the service followed by manual but also trying to give guests more personal touch service and hospitality, Jo Sato, General Manager of Hotel Nikko Bangkok.

"We would like to export our mind to not only the city of Bangkok but also global wide and are looking forward to serving special Japanese style hospitality to all of our guests," Jo Sato said.

'The Okura Prestige Bangkok' was the only 'Okura Nikko Hotels Brand' hotel before the opening of 'Hotel Nikko Bangkok'.

"The Okura Prestige Bangkok will be celebrating its seventh year in May. We are very much confident and proud to receive high reputation such as ranked top 10 among 980 hotels in Bangkok on Trip Adviser. And the recent opening of 'Hotel Nikko Bangkok' will definitely leverage our brand awareness and reputation of delivering unique Japanese hospitality with the well-known warm welcome of "Land of Smiles," said Masaya Hasebe, Okura Prestige Bangkok.

The new collaboration of hospitality by Japanese brand contributes to offering great service for many people with a warm welcome.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Mon, March 04 2019. 13:05 IST