BANGKOK (April 8): Best Western Hotels & Resorts signed its largest ever multi-hotel agreement with real estate developer AD Houses Co Ltd, which will lead to the opening of four Best Western Plus hotels in Thailand this year.

Three of the four new-build hotels will be the largest properties in Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ portfolio.

The new hotels are: The Best Western Plus AD Wongamart Pattaya (500 keys), Best Western Plus AD The Grand Jomtien Beach Pattaya (1,400 keys), Best Western Plus AD Bang Saray Lake and Resort (1,200 keys) and Best Western Plus AD Hua Hin Lake and Resort (1,050 keys).

"In addition to celebrating Best Western’s 70th birthday this year, 2016 also marks our 15th year of having a robust presence in Asia. I am excited to mark these milestones with the signing of such an important agreement," said Best Western Hotels & Resorts' senior vice president of brand management, Ron Pohl.

"With Best Western's Asia head office situated in Bangkok, Thailand is very much our ‘home’ market in Asia, and as such, we have a strong commitment to continue development across the country,” said Best Western Hotels & Resorts' managing director of International Operations – Asia, Olivier Berrivin.

Currently, Best Western Hotels & Resorts operates a portfolio of eight hotels and resorts in Thailand under the Best Western, Best Western Plus and Best Western Premier brands.

In addition to announcing its deal with AD Houses Co Ltd, Best Western Hotels & Resorts also announced its first two Vīb hotels in Thailand, which are expected to open in Bangkok in 2017 and 2018. 

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