Asia’s Absolute Hotel Services announces 3 hotel projects in Russia and CIS region
A new Absolute Hotel Services property will arise in Moscow, Russia. (Picture: Unsplash / Felipe Simo)
Bangkok-headquartered Absolute Hotel Services targets over 5,000 rooms in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region by the end of 2022.
The CEO of Absolute Hotel Services Group Jonathan Wigley announced an expansion into the vibrant Russian market and CIS region.
“Based on both strategic and opportunistic motivators the Absolute Hotel Services Group has fully entered and committed to the Russian and CIS Region with a dedicated company and office to enable growth of our property portfolio and geographic footprint with this expansion. Considering the strong and historic relationship in tourism between Russia and Asia, this expansion is a natural fit for us as an Asia-based hospitality group,” he said.
AHS aims to expand quickly with 3 projects already secured and under development in the Black Sea area and we target over 5000 rooms in the region by the end of 2022. “We view Russia and the CIS region as a very important part of our dynamic expansion and have shown our commitment with our recently opened office in Moscow.”
“We are looking at all possible destinations for portfolio growth in the region based on a mix of international, regional and domestic demand drivers with our U Hotels & Resorts, Eastin Grand Hotels & Resorts and Eastin Hotels & Residences brands. We are confident of bringing the best of these two regions together and we will be able to deliver success to all stakeholders,” Wigley said.
Headquartered in Bangkok, AHS is a leading hospitality management/branding company in Asia and Europe with an ever-expanding geographic portfolio of hotels, resorts and serviced residences.
Let’s take a look at some additonal hotel projects by Absolute Hotel Services: