Rembrandt Hotel In Bangkok

When you travel to Bangkok for a vacation, one of the most important things to arrange is your hotel accommodation. It is essential to make an advanced booking reservation to ensure that you will have a ready place to stay when you arrive.

Choosing a luxurious and popular hotel like Rembrandt Hotel that offers many services and amenities is something to look forward to. When you are on a vacation, a list of itineraries is already prepared and most of it consists of outdoor activities. As each day ends, you need to have a good place to relax that has a spacious and elegant room where you can experience the serenity and comfort you need after a long and busy day.

The fantastic amenities and services of the Rembrandt Hotel in Bangkok with its modern facilities will make you feel like you are just in your own home. You can enjoy every day in the manner you want to. This luxurious hotel offers the following features:

Rooms – designed with modern comforts and sophisticated decors which you can choose from:

  1. Superior Room
  2. Deluxe Room
  3. Executive Club Room
  4. Family Room
  5. Suites
  6. Penthouse

Restaurants – offer the finest and exquisite tastes of menus from different cultures:

  1. Da Vinci – offers authentic Italian cuisines
  2. Rang Mahal – famous Indian restaurant
  3. MexicanoRestaurante – recognized as the best Mexican restaurant in Bangkok

Services – start from an airport pick-up ta 24-hour room service and other facilities like:

  1. Cooking classes
  2. Meeting Rooms
  3. SPA
  4. Pool
  5. Limousine
  6. Executive Lounge
  7. Laundry
  8. Medical Service
  9. Fitness Centre

Other services include car rental, elevator, sauna, airport transfers, luggage storage, parking, tourist information, ticket sale, and bar.

This luxurious hotel has become an institution in Bangkok which has more than 600 rooms to offer to its valued guests. The restaurants in the hotel are multi-awarded which offer authentic and palatable cuisines. Staffed with over 450 associates giving superb customer service to all the clients, Rembrandt Hotel is truly an amazing and fantastic place to stay. You can get all the worth of your money spent bringing home unequalled vacation experience.


£10 Million Tourism Development Given Approval

A £10 million development project for a new city centre hotels inverness, dubbed “The House of Bruar of the North”, which has promised the creation of at least 100 new jobs in the area, has recently received planning permission from the Highland Council.

Planning officials exercised their legal powers to give the approval to the Tomatin Trading Company’s long-standing plans for a development containing a 99-bedroom hotel, alongside farm shop, 200-seat restaurant, as well as a drive-through bakery, shops and a filling station.

The development’s managing director, William Frame, says that the 12-month development could start sometime in spring, which he says would create 40 construction jobs, followed by 70 long-term hotel and retail posts, initially. He states that he’s pleased that the Highland Council has given approval for planning, which he says means that the company can work on the hard part, which is getting the development done and creating a new city centre hotels inverness that represents the best in food, drink, gifts and hospitality that Scotland can offer.

Community leaders including Inverness South councillors, Duncan Macpherson and Ken Gowans, welcomed the project with open arms, saying that it would be a huge boon to the southern gateway of Inverness.

The 3.5-acre brownfield site had detailed mixed-use approval for hotel, restaurant and retail, which it received back in 2007.

Work on getting the project set up was delayed due to a number of factors, including complex planning conditions, the banking crisis that hit the country, as well as the confirmation of a new roady layout for the dualling of the nearby part of the A9.

The site the hotel is to sit in used to be occupied by the Freemore Hotel, and, then, a Little Chef, the latter demolished in 2008.

Mr. Frame, says that getting planning permission has been a long slog, requiring a lot agreement from many people, and now that it’s moving forward, he is grateful for the Inverness planners and excited to see economic development…

Cllr. Gowans says that this new large-scale development would be really good for the surrounding area, set to bring in a lot of revenue, and he also expects that the community will be happy to back the project as well.


New Condos In Bangkok To Continue Launch

The population in the capital city of Thailand is climbing and apartment for rent in Bangkok is one of the most in demand along with condominium units for sale. There is a new supply of condo waiting to be launched but ratio of mortgages’s LTV or loan to value might decrease soon. This announcement did not stop condo developers though as they are determined to push through with the launch.

The senior manager at the research department of Colliers, Phattarachai Taweewong, said that even after the proposed LTV limitations to be imposed by the Bank of Thailand, condo developers are not fazed. Their plans to launch their new units for fourth quarter will continue as planned.

He added that developers are expecting for more detailed explanation since they are treating the new measure to be simply a guideline. Recommendations are currently being reviewed by the central bank.

Though the announcement of the new LTV rate was imposed on October 4, all condo projects are still offering a rate of 10 per cent when the down payment should be at 20 per cent already.

For the fourth quarter, about 16,000 condo units are to be launched in the city. This number is still the same as the figure released by developers at the beginning of 2018.

The limits on the new LTV will impact new supplies to be introduced to the market in 2019. Based on the market research conducted by Colliers, the third quarter saw a total of 22,579 condo units made available in Greater Bangkok which came from 46 different projects. The total sales will amount to 107.54 billion in Thailand baht.

For this year, the new supply of condo has increased by 20 per cent compared to the same period in 2017. Meanwhile, there is a 165 per cent growth for the second quarter which kind of created a record for being the highest in the last decade.

For the first three quarters of 2018, the economy is giving off a positive vibe but the condo market remains stagnant. There is more activity with apartment for rent in Bangkok which is found to be more affordable than getting a condo unit.


The Best Place For Accommodation Is At The Patong Hotel In Phuket

This article will enable you to work out the best places to be in Phuket and why you should be there. Maybe you want to be in the party central of Phuket, which is Patong, or be at a more peaceful and relaxing Rawaii or Nai Yang, where you can easily go to the party areas or busy street markets. Or you want to be in a Patong hotel in Phuket with the whole family. Here, you’ll know the various types of accommodation in Phuket which will suit your preference and budget.

Just a piece of advice, prices can vary from high season to low season, where it can reach up to 50%. If you’re coming for the low tourist season, it can be from May till October. For the high tourist season, you’re coming in November till April. Personally, the best time to visit Phuket is during October as it’s the last month of the low season and there isn’t much rain to spoil your vacation.

What It’s Like in Patong?

The main tourist spot in Phuket is Patong, where you find a beach with thousands of people seated on lounge chairs, jet skiing, and those selling anything from clothing, sunglasses, massages, ice cream and a lot more. On the streets of Patong are bars, lady boys, ping pong shows, lanterns and actual garbage. In Patong, your nostrils smell burns that will make you get used to it. However, when it rains, the odour should go away.

If you want to go shopping in Phuket, then Patong beach is the place to be. Here you get a wide variety of options from traders selling designer clothing, handbags, watches, shoes and non-designer items as well. You can haggle with the vendors till you reach your budget.  You can say that you certainly had a nice buy here. After that, take what you purchased to the Patong hotel in Phuket to keep so it won’t get lost.

To be in the low tourist season, you will practically enjoy staying in Patong, where it’s apparently very quiet. This can definitely be an experience you won’t forget, especially if booked in a Patong hotel in Phuket that suits your budget.


JustCo Exploring Using Hotels For Co-Working

People might be finding corporate spaces in Sukhumvit hotel, as Singapore’s co-working space company, JustCo, is looking to open co-working spaces in 2018, with later plans to expand into Bangkok by 2019, to operate with the cooperation and partnership of the Thai liquor tycoon Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi.

JustCo Founder and CEO Kong Wan Sing, says that the first hotel in the region that’ll get a co-working space is Singapore’s will be Hotel Jen, a four-star property owned by the Hong Kong-based Shangri-la Hotels group. Kong says that’ll use the hotel’s business centre to expand to new locations for the company’s co-working spaces, with each location adding 3,000-4,000m2.

The company’s current plans will have JustCo opening two new spaces in hotels in Singapore, with the next likely target within 2018 being Kuala Lumpur. Starting in 2019, Bangkok will be the next destination, with a few sites in 2019, with the potential sites under either Singapore’s Frasers Property or Thailand’s TCC Group, two conglomerates owned by Mr. Charoen.

Back in May of 2018, Frasers Property became one of the two major shareholders of JustCo, following an agreement between Frasers and Singapore’s GIC for a partnership amounting to US$177 million, with JustCo to develop their co-working space platform across the region.

Mr. Kong says that Frasers and GIC together amounted to more than half of a combined stake in JustCo, with Thai company Sansiri Plc, listed in the SET, holding a 6.09% stake.

In the Kingdom, JustCo will be opening six co-working centres throughout 2019, with a total space added of 24,000m2, with each site starting at 3,000m2 at a cost of approximately $1,000-$1,500/m2. One of these new spaces will be 8,000m2 on the 24th to the 27th floor at the Samyan Mitrtown, a mixed-use complex owned by the Golden Land Property PLC, owned by one of Mr. Charoen’s sons.

Set to open by the fourth quarter of 2019,  the 8.5-billion-baht Samyan Mitrtown, located on Rama IV ROad, with a 31-storey tower with 48,000m2 of corporate space, alongside a six-floor retail space of 36,000m2, and a 33-storey residential complex, with 516 condo units and 104 hotel rooms.

Kong explains that they are aiming to only open in a Sukhumvit hotel, or any hotel located in the Thai capital’s central business districts, like the Sukhumvit Roads and Rama IV.