BY JAMES WILKINSON IN BANGKOK
Accor’s Director of Operations for Thailand, Paul Stevens, says Bangkok’s immediate future “looks bright” despite the city being inundated by floods in recent months.
Talking exclusively to HM on camera at the brand new Hotel Muse in Bangkok this week (Nov 28), Stevens said demand was still strong for the country as a whole and development continued at a rapid pace, especially in the capital.
“Looking into the future, we see it quite bright,” he said. “Arrivals into the country are still substantially up on last year and hotel development is moving ahead.”
To view the exclusive video interview, click on the image below.
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