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Savant Vela Hotel Bangkok adds to Cachet's portfolio
Bangkok, April 7, 2017

Cachet Hospitality Group (CHG) will launch Savant Vela Hotel Bangkok in November 2017, marking its second property in the Thai capital and first Savant hotel in South-east Asia.


Located in the heart of Bangkok near Siam Square, the affordable lifestyle hotel features 72 Brilliant Rooms averaging 20m2, and amenities such as Interactive Mobility to offer guests convenient check-in and check-out, streamlined booking and payment processes through WeChat.


Savant Vela Hotel Bangkok


For F&B, The Scholar Bar features an interactive table with affordable wines and automated dispensers, while The Habitat on the first-floor lobby offers a space for guests to lounge and mingle. The Cardio Zone, a workout studio featuring TRX equipment and spinning bicycles, rounds up the hotel's facilities.


To oversee its expanding portfolio in the region, CHG has promoted Kimy Chen to president of South-east Asia, managing business development for the entire region. She was previously responsible for Cachet's development in Greater China. In her new position, Kimy will oversee the current projects in Bangkok and the pipeline of at least ten hotels and resorts in advanced stages of negotiations located in Phuket, Koh Samui, Singapore and other markets in South-east Asia.


Meanwhile, Jitsak Lim-Pakornkul joins CHG South-east Asia as director of brand marketing, bringing over 17 years of hospitality industry experience. Prior to CHG, Jitsak previously worked in brand marketing at Starwood Hotels & Resorts and has served as general manager for several hotels in Thailand.


Also joining the regional team is Sorachai Rojanasuwan, director of business development, South-east Asia. Sorachai brings over 10 years of industry experience and has worked at several Southeast Asian real estate developer companies including The Erawan Group.

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