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dusitD2 to rise in northern Bangkok
Bangkok, April 4, 2017

Dusit International has signed a management consultancy agreement with Sanguantas Development Company to operate the 200-guestroom dusitD2 Chaengwattana when it opens in 2020.


The 23-storey upscale business hotel will sport a cantilevered design featuring tiered gardens. Facilities include a rooftop international restaurant and bar, a rooftop infinity swimming pool, fitness centre and a banquet facility with panoramic views of the city.


dusitD2 Chaengwattana


Located on Chaengwattana Road between Sois 23 and 25 in northern Bangkok, the hotel is a 30-minute drive from Don Mueang Airport and a 15-minute drive from Impact Arena, Exhibition and Convention Center. Other landmarks nearby include ISB International School, World Medical Center Hospital and the Government Complex, while CentralPlaza Chaengwattana shopping mall is 300m away.


As well, the Pink Line Mass Transit Monorail System is slated to open in the same year with a station located nearby the hotel.


Dusit International’s group CEO Suphajee Suthumpun said: “The hotel will also be an ideal venue for meetings in its own right, with state-of-the-art facilities allowing us to cater for a wide range of events. We also hope to leverage our close proximity to the Government Complex by hosting many high-level functions at the hotel.”


DusitD2 Chaengwattana is Dusit International’s first dusitD2 branded hotel in Bangkok. The company currently operates two hotels in the city, Dusit Thani Bangkok and DusitPrincess Srinakarin Bangkok.

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