A world-renown Asian luxury hospitality brand Banyan Tree Group expands one of its latest brand concepts, Homm, with the opening of two new properties, Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok, Thailand and Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan, China. These hotels joined the brand’s debut hotel Homm Bliss Southbeach Patong in Phuket, Thailand. Next year, Banyan Tree Group will open Homm Saranam Baturiti Bali.
Homm is one of five Banyan Tree Group’s concepts. Offering a sensible lifestyle and a globally diverse experience, the brand features signature facilities, communal dining options and well-designed, price-friendly accommodations. Guests will find H2O stations, Grab & Go meal options and friendly associates known as HOMMATES who can share 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.
Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok is located in the heart of the Thai capital, in a private residential area in Sukhumvit Road. the hotel features 148 rooms fitted with a rain shower and bathtub, flat screen LED smart IPTV, plus a range of kitchen appliances. Guests can enjoy an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and a private onsen with a cold plunge pool and steam room inspired by Japan’s bathhouse culture.
Travellers can experience world-class shopping and dining at Emsphere District’s EmQuartier, The Emporium malls, and the COMMONS shopping complex, or explore the Benchakitti Park. Alternatively a complimentary shuttle bus service is available to BTS Phrom Phong and BTS Thonglor.
Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan is positioned at the foot of Xisai mountain in the Wuxing district of Huzhou. This resort features 116 guest rooms, 26 suites, 30 family rooms and four villas, as well as two barrier-free rooms, each with a unique theme. Paying tribute to classical poems of Chinese antiquity, the hotel offers modern minimalist design techniques, and simplified architectural styles. Inspired by the surrounding waters, wellbeing facilities are all thoughtfully located by the lake, while other facilities incorporate elements of water, bamboo and tea.
Located at the centre of the Yangtze River Delta region, Huzhou is the transportation hub of Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing.
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