Minor Hotels unveils first NH Hotel in Asia

In Asia

Minor Hotels recently inked a management agreement to debut NH Hotels in Asia.

Thailand-based Minor Hotels will rebrand the existing Boat Lagoon Resort in Phuket to NH Boat Lagoon Phuket Resort.

The rebranding process will be completed in phases.

NH Hotels is positioned as an upscale brand and includes the premium boutique NH Collection brand and premium lifestyle nhow brand.

The NH Collection Chiang Mai Ping River is set to open in mid-2023, the first hotel under the boutique NH Collection brand in Thailand.

The NH Boat Lagoon Phuket Resort is located at Phuket’s first full-service marina.

It is a gateway to explore islands in Phang Nga Bay such as Koh Phi Phi and Koh Yao Yai.

The 271-key property will feature an a restaurant, swimming pool gym, tennis court and a kids’ club.

The resort will also cater to the MICE market, offering extensive meeting and event facilities.

Dillip Rajakarier, Group CEO of Minor said: “We are pleased to establish the property as the brand’s launchpad in the Asian market.”

The Boat Lagoon marina offers a range of shopping, restaurants and even an ice-skating rink.

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