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New Hotels on Offer in July

July 11, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

Khiri Travel presents a selection of new hotel openings from around the region that have great potential to be included in your clients’ itineraries.

The Loft Hotel in Yangon, Myanmar
The Loft in Yangon looks promising as a new boutique hotel. It is a city boutique property located at the very heart of Yangon, close to the Bogyoke Market and a walking distance to Sule Pagoda and the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. It has 32 rooms tastefully decorated: 21 deluxe, one suite, and 10 duplex suites. There’s an executive lounge and bistro café.  The hotel is very visually distinctive.




Lanna Thai Villa in Thoeng province, Thailand
In Chiang Rai province, the Lanna Thai Villa is another new and pleasant boutique property just opened. The hotel is a labor of love by the American and Thai owner-partners. Rooms are beautifully appointed and decorated; oriental rugs and regional artwork are a feature of each room. It’s not just a boutique hotel, it’s a place for meaningful cultural engagement with the heritage and communities of Thoeng. Lanna Thai Villa is a place to relax in style away from the crowds.



Swiss Belhotel in Lao Cai, Vietnam
The Swiss-Belhotel Lao Cai is located in Vietnam’s historic city of Lao Cai, capital of Lao Cai province in the northwestern part of the country. The hotel is an ultra-modern four-star tower hotel with its architecture harmonized with a contemporary interior. Providing all the facilities and amenities expected of an international four-star hotel, Swiss-Belhotel Lao Cai features 186 guestrooms comprising Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, Suites and a Presidential Suite.



The Memory at On On Hotel in Phuket Town, Thailand
Last year the former On On Hotel (a Phuket institution since 1929) underwent a whole year of renovation. The work that was done brought the Sino-Portuguese architecture of the building back to life. The location right in the heart of historic Phuket town makes it an ideal place for clients who want to soak up the history and heritage of the island.
Khiri Travel recently inspected the hotel and was impressed with the work and the history of this property. There are 44 rooms; the superior and deluxe rooms are separated from the hotel’s dorm area in the front section and there are a few suites in bright colors.

Jasmine Terrace Villa in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The Jasmine Terrace Villa is a small and friendly boutique hotel. The hotel is set in a quiet area in the central BKK1 district of Phnom Penh. It is close to several restaurants, and a short tuk-tuk ride from the riverside, the Russian Market and other tourist sites. All rooms are air-conditioned and have en-suite bathrooms. Beds, wardrobes, writing desks and chairs have been custom-made using local materials. Each room includes free Wi-Fi, room safe, fridge, 26-inch cable TV, tea/coffeemaker, drinking water and a hair dryer.



Manee Dheva Resort & Spa in Doi Mae Salong, Thailand
The Manee Dheva is located in the picturesque valley of the Mae Salong River on the road to the Mae Salong hills. The area is famous for its cool climate, tea estates and sakura blossoms in January. The small resort consists in nine comfortable villas scattered along the river, built in the Lanna architectural style and discreetly integrated into the surrounding landscape. It offers a haven of calmness and peace of mind, with the aim of giving visitors insights into local culture and nature.




Suite Home Boutique Hotel in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The newly opened Suite Home Boutique Hotel is located directly behind the Royal Palace within walking distance to the National Museum, the riverside and lively 184 Street. It offers 10 suite rooms, excellent service and comfortable facilities including flat screen 32-inch TV and free Wi-Fi in the room. Guests can enjoy tasty Italian and Cambodian cuisine from Contro d’Oriente Restaurant.





Maisons Wat Kor in Battambang, Cambodia
Accommodation at Wat Kor consists of three wooden one-story houses built in the traditional Khmer architecture. The largest has the restaurant and bar and a reading area upstairs. The houses are located around the pool.
The rooms have front terraces that allow guests to bask in a very peaceful, serene environment.
Maisons Wat Kor in Battambang, western Cambodia, is not too far from the Thai border. The restaurant offers Khmer cuisine and healthy options. The property is ideal for people who appreciate heritage and stylish Khmer accommodation with a French twist.



The Grand Ho Tram Hotel at Ho Tram Strip, Vietnam
The Ho Tram Strip is a massive integrated resort concept on the Vietnamese coast east of Ho Chi Minch City. The Grand Ho Tram Hotel is the first fully integrated luxury resort and entertainment destination in Vietnam.
The hotel has 541 rooms, including 55 suites, due by next year.  It offers 13 restaurants and bars, including a nightclub and an 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman (opening in January 2014). The convention center and meeting rooms total 2,200 square meters. There will be a retail shopping area and a spa opening in 2014. There are also three pools overlooking the beach. The hotel’s opening marks a new era in hotel development in Vietnam.


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