Banyan Tree marks 70th property milestone with new Asia openings

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The multi-brand Banyan Tree Group is signifying its continued growth with the 70th property milestone of its portfolio marked by its recent Vietnam and Japan hotel debuts.

The group welcomes the recently opened Angsana Ho Tram and Dhawa Ho Tram in Vietnam and Folio Sakura Shinsaibashi Osaka and Homm Stay Yumiha Okinawa in Japan to its portfolio.

New portfolio additions

These new additions to Banyan Tree Group’s multi-brand portfolio include the strategically positioned properties, Angsana Ho Tram and Dhawa Ho Tram, that act as gateways to experiencing Vietnam, blending comfort and luxury with picturesque settings and warm Vietnamese hospitality.

In Japan, the introduction of Folio Sakura Shinsaibashi Osaka and Homm Stay Yumiha Okinawa to the portfolio also signify a milestone as the first properties in a planned global collection of micro-hotels under the new Folio and Homm brand extension.

The group debuted in Japan last year with the opening of both Dhawa Yura Kyoto and Garrya Nijo Castle Kyoto.

Looking ahead

The group is continuing to grow, with Angsana Quan Lan also on track to opening in Vietnam next year and plans to add Banyan Tree Higashiyama, Banyan Tree Ashinoko Hakone and Cassia Niseko to its portfolio in Japan.

Additional forthcoming properties across Asia are to include Garrya Bianti Yogyakarta in Indonesia, Garrya Mu Chang Chai in Vietnam, Garrya Xianju and Dhawa Dalian in China and Homm Chura Samui in Thailand.

On this announcement, Mr Eddy See, President and Chief Executive Officer of Banyan Tree Group, said: “This is an exhilarating chapter for Banyan Tree Group as we proudly unveil our 70th property in Japan this summer, alongside an array of promising conversion and new development deals that will enrich our ever-expanding portfolio.”

“Furthermore, with the introduction of Folio and Homm in Japan, we are reinforcing our commitment to strengthening our presence in the destination, while fostering connections between travel gateways, championing a diverse culture and awe-inspiring scenery.”