Dusit International Ascends to Luxury with Dusit Devarana Hotels & Resorts
Dusit Devarana, New Delhi Opening in 2010
Bangkok – Thailand’s leading hospitality group, Dusit International reconfirms its entry to luxury with the announcement of the first Dusit Devarana Hotel opening in New Delhi, India during the first half of 2010. The company’s fifth sub-brand following a strategic re-branding and expansion plan, Dusit Devarana which means “garden in heaven” in Thai-Sankrit epitomises the definitive sanctuary for travellers who value only the finest in the world. Other hotels and resorts under development are located in Jaipur and Rishikesh in India and Phang Nga Bay, Thailand.
Architecturally planned as all-suite or all-villa properties, Dusit Devarana Hotels & Resorts are designed to provide its guests with an environment where they can detach and de-stress in order to recharge and have the ability to reconnect with everyday life having an empowered body and mind. The brand’s logo, a contemporised interpretation of the number one (#1) in Thai encapsulates its promise to deliver individuality in every experience. “Those who lead truly global lifestyles and those seeking perfection will appreciate a Dusit Devarana where travellers are regarded as “at home in residence”,” says Anton Kilayko, Corporate Director of Dusit Devarana Hotels & Resorts. “The brand culture will be manifested through its people, a devoted group of professionals inspired to understand the needs of each guest, deliver highly personalised experiences and create the elusive Dusit Devarana “world of one”.”
With India’s Bird Group as partners, Dusit Devarana will see its first hotel opening in New Delhi. Set within a 30,000 square-metre exceptional enclave and inspired by local Indian architecture, the 85-suite garden oasis is designed by award-winning Thai architect Mathar “Lek” Bunnag. A 10-minute drive from Gurgaon and the international airport, the hotel will showcase oversize accommodation, spa-like bathrooms, manicured gardens and ficus labyrinths, a central reflection pond, a ceremonial square, and a luxurious Devarana Spa.
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