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Myanmar: Dusit International to Manage Hotel in Yangon


Dusit International signs hotel management agreement to manage its first project in Myanmar. Located halfway between downtown Yangon and Yangon International Airport, the hotel is scheduled to open in 2017.

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dusitD2 Residence. Photo Credit: Dusit International.


Dusit International will manage the dusitD2 Residence, which is scheduled to open in 2017. It will be the first property to be managed by the Thai based hotel group in Myanmar, a.k.a. Burma.

The hotel will have 300 rooms, a special dining outlet, a bar, and a business lounge.

Recreational facilities will include a gym and a swimming pool. The bar, gym, and swimming pool will be located on the hotel's upper floors to allow scenic views of the the picturesque city, which was been attracting an increasing number of business and leisure travelers in recent years.

“We are very pleased to introduce the dusitD2 brand in Yangon which will be a tremendous addition to our portfolio,” says Dusit International Director of Hotel Business Development, Mr Ryan Chen.

“Our team will work closely with the developer and all stakeholders to ensure the delivery of a successful project. With the growth of Myanmar's tourism industry, we truly look forward to showcasing Dusit's world-renowned hospitality in this charming city.”

Yangon 101

Yangon was previously known at Rangoon. It was the capital of Burma.

Yangon is Myanmar's largest city and the capital of the Yangon region, but it is no longer the nation's capital. It has a population of 5 million people.

Rangon is home to many important tourist attractions including pagodas, temples, and museums. It also has some stunning hotels and resorts.

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