Kimpton goes to Khao Yai

IHG Hotels & Resorts has signed a deal with Nusasiri Public Company to open its third Kimpton hotel in Thailand, following the brand’s debut in Bangkok last October and its signing in Koh Samui this April.

Opening in 2024, the 100-room luxury wellness resort Kimpton Khao Yai will offer scenic mountain views across all of its 70 rooms and 30 pool villas. Guests will enjoy Kimpton’s innovative culinary experiences in its restaurants and locally-inspired drinks in its lobby bar, along with its famed daily Social Hour. Other facilities include a 50m² meeting space, swimming pool, fitness centre, spa and resort centre.

From left: Nusasiri’s Khun Sirawat Thepcharoen, Khun Wonsakorn Thepcharoen and Khun Visanu Thepchareon; alongside IHG’s Saowarin Chanprakaisi, Kate Gerits and Mark Ryan at the signing of Kimpton Khao Yai

Situated north of Khao Yai National Park and within Pak Chong, Kimpton Khao Yai will be part of the Nusa MyOzone Project, a 242ha integrated resort which will house an 18-hole golf course, retail and recreational facilities including an organic farm, hotels and residences, and a private airport.

Guests will enjoy easy access and proximity to nearby waterparks, adventure theme parks, award-winning vineyards and golf courses, as well as outdoor adventure experiences in Khao Yai National Park.

Currently, IHG operates 29 hotels across eight brands in Thailand, with another 34 properties in the pipeline. The company aims to double the size of its estate in Thailand within the next five years and grow its luxury and lifestyle portfolio in the country by 50 per cent.

Editor’s note: Khao Yai was erroneously spelt Khai Yai in the original post.We apologise for the error.

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