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Major Bangkok Property in Erawan Recovers from Blast

By on Sep 12, 2015 in Hotel-Tourism

bangkok property erawan shrineThe Grand Hyatt Erawan property in Bangkok has reviewed its marketing after the deadly bomb blast at Erawan. Gordon Fuller, area vice president of Hyatt Hotels and Resorts and general manager of Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, said the hotel would focus more on wholesale markets, particularly from Hong Kong and Singapore, for the rest of this year. Meanwhile, it will attract independent travellers from other core markets including Middle East, the United States, and the emerging mainland China market.

The hotel is also in talks with the Ratchaprasong Square Trade Association, the Tourism Authority of Thailand and the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau on how to bring tourists and business travellers back into the area.

After the attack on the Erawan Shrine on August 17 that killed 20 people, Centara Hotels and Resorts said the group lost more than Bt10 million from room cancellations and a huge drop in food and beverage consumption at its hotels. About 3,400 room-nights were cancelled, mostly at Centara Grand at Central World (900 room-nights), Centara Grand Ladprao (800) and Centara Pattaya (700).

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Source: The Nation, 31st August 2015

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