Banyan Tree Group continues to expand one of its latest brand concepts, Homm, with two new properties – Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok in Thailand, and Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan in China.
Both properties opened their doors in October this year, following the brand’s debut hotel Homm Bliss Southbeach Patong in Phuket, Thailand.
More Homm properties are set to open next year in Bali, Indonesia and Luang Prabang, Laos.
Homm is one of five new brands within Banyan Tree Group’s growing ecosystem of concepts, and provides a sensible lifestyle and a globally diverse experience with a homely feel.
Homm’s essentials go beyond answering to basic needs, with H2O stations, Grab & Go meal options and friendly associates known as Hommates who possess detailed knowledge about the hotel and destination.
Under the Group’s signature Stay for Good programme, each Homm property advocates for a different endangered species, centrally displayed in lobby areas via origami art. At Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok, the mascot is the Asian Elephant – a national symbol of Thailand, while Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan’s is the crane.
The 148-room Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok is located in a private residential area in Sukhumvit Road, in the heart of the Thai capital. Facilities comprise an outdoor pool, fitness centre and private onsen.
Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan sits at the foot of Xisai mountain in the Wuxing district of Huzhou, the transportation hub of Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing. The hotel boasts 116 guest rooms, 26 suites, 30 family rooms, four villas, and two barrier-free rooms.
“Bringing the concept of Homm-away-from-home to these exciting locations is a testament to our commitment to offering guests immersive, destination-specific travel experiences by placing them in the heart of the local community where they can truly savour the flavours, sounds and aromas of the locale,” said Philip Lim, senior vice president, head of regional operations and group specialist services, Banyan Tree Group.