Best Western Hotel opens in Yangon’s Chinatown

Best Western International has launched a new hotel in Yangon’s Chinatown, the second of its properties in Myanmar after the opening of the Best Western Green Hill Hotel in Yangon in late 2013.

Located in the heart of the bustling downtown district, the hotel consists of 91 deluxe rooms, all featuring such amenities as flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, mini-bars, tea and coffee-making facilities and bathrooms with showers and bathtubs. As with all Best Western hotels across the world, Wi-Fi is free-of-charge.

“Myanmar is one of the world’s most exciting emerging destinations, and we are delighted to launch the Best Western Chinatown Hotel,” said Ron Pohl, Best Western International’s Senior Vice President of Brand Management and Member Services.

International visitor arrivals to the country are increasing rapidly, and as Myanmar’s largest city and economic hub, Yangon is at the very heart of this growth. The launch of this exciting hotel will provide travellers with another modern, international accommodation option in the heart of the city’s vibrant Chinatown district.

“With its contemporary style and range of facilities, I am confident the Best Western Chinatown Hotel will become extremely popular with our guests for many years to come,” Pohl added.

Best Western Chinatown Hotel also provides an array of guest facilities, including an all-day dining restaurant, a bar, fitness centre and business centre, plus three function rooms to accommodate both small and large meeting events.

Best Western became one of the first international hotel groups to re-enter Myanmar after it rekindled its relationships within the international community when it launched the Best Western Green Hill hotel in late 2013.

The company’s growth will continue to increase its presence in Myanmar in the coming months and years, with plans for new hotel openings in Mandalay and Naypyitaw.

Source: Eleven Myanmar

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