HotelsThe first property, Centara Paradise Inle Lake Resort & Spa, will open in Q4 2019.

Centara to develop six hotels across Myanmar

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U Kaung Htet Tun, managing director of KMA Group (centre), welcomed Thirayuth Chirathivat, CEO of Centara Hotels & Resorts (left) and Andrew Langston, senior vice president business development, Centara International Management (right), at the MOU signing ceremony.
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First off, three existing hotels under KMA in Inle, Naypyitaw and Taungoo will undergo refurbishment. Of the three, the Centara Paradise Inle Lake Resort & Spa will open in Q4. 

Centara Hotels & Resorts and KMA Hotels Group recently announced work will begin on the development and renovation of six hotels located at some of Myanmar’s most popular tourist destinations. 

These hotels will all be managed under Centara brands and work will commence this year. 

First off, three existing hotels under KMA in Inle, Naypyitaw and Taungoo will undergo refurbishment. Of the three, the Centara Paradise Inle Lake Resort & Spa will open in Q4. 

Also, three new hotels — Centara Bagan River View Resort & Spa, Kaytumadi Dynasty Bagan Resort, Centara Boutique Collection and Shwe Than Daung Resort, Centara Boutique Collection — will begin development in Bagan and Than Daung. 

“Our partnership with KMA Hotels represents a significant milestone for Centara”, said Thirayuth Chirathivat, Centara’s CEO. “It gives us the opportunity to establish a significant presence for Centara in a country with huge potential for tourism development, and we are looking forward to contributing to Myanmar’s development while providing travellers with more options to enjoy our Thai-inspired, international standard of hospitality across a variety of destinations”.

“We are delighted that Centara will be bringing their management expertise and strong brand to six of Myanmar’s most popular destinations”, said U Kaung Htet Tun, managing director of KMA Group. “Myanmar shows great potential for tourism growth, and Centara’s presence here represents a step forward for the Hotel and Tourism industries”.

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