HotelsNew home-from-home brand arrives in Thailand and China.

Banyan Tree’s Homm is anything but ho-hum

Homm Huzhou at the foot of Xisai mountain.
Homm Huzhou at the foot of Xisai mountain.

Banyan Tree Group is pushing ahead with the expansion of its home-from-home Homm brand in South-east Asia.

Homm properties are set to open next year in Bali and Luang Prabang. This follows recent openings of Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok, a 148-room property located in a private residential area in Sukhumvit Road; and Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan, at the foot of Xisai mountain in the Wuxing district of Huzhou.

Huzhou is the transportation hub of Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing.

The new properties join the brand's debut hotel Homm Bliss Southbeach Patong in Phuket.

So, what is Homm all about?

According to Banyan Tree it “embodies the feeling of home where guests will find ease in reliable services, signature facilities, communal dining options and well-designed, price-friendly accommodations”.

Extras include H2O stations, Grab & Go meal options and HOMMATES, who offer knowledge about the hotel and destination.

Each Homm property supports a different endangered species, 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 champions the crane.

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