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Date(s) - 26/04/2019
All Day

Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld


2019 will be a year of change for Thailand. General election aside, the country is slated to welcome an abundance of new hotel openings, including a range of brands that are making their debuts in the country. Brands with current presences are also launching new properties with their latest designs and amenities, adding to the competition in an already fiercely competitive market.

In order to differentiate and gain an upper hand in distribution, it is essential for hotels to leverage the latest consumer trends. From authentic local experiences to responsible social awareness, seamless technological engagements to wholesome wellness offerings, it is imperative for hoteliers to anticipate guests’ behaviours and match their lifestyles. Only those hoteliers who connect with their guests on the guests’ terms will prevail as the prime choices of accommodations.

A creativity-driven market, Thailand has welcomed some new boutique hotels with social, sustainable, wellness or local elements integrated into their concept designs and amenities. Yet, it remains for the traditional hotels and resorts to adapt and refine their product offerings.

Hotel Management Thailand Summit (HMT), a neutral one-stop strategy platform, will return to Bangkok on 26 April 2019 to help hoteliers translate consumer trends into business opportunities. The summit will derive viable strategies and tactics from the guests’ decision-maker process to positively impact corporate- and property-level P&L.

For more information and registration at https://www.questexevent.com/HotelManagementSummit/2019/thailand#/about

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