Dusit plans to open 10 new hotels in 2024 across existing destinations like China, the Maldives and elsewhere. 

Slated for a Q4 2024 opening, the 150-key Dusit Princess Al Majma’ah aims to become a key player. Thus, marking its arrival as the first internationally branded hotel in Al Majma-ah. Catering to business travelers, the hotel is conveniently located near Majmaah University and Sudair Industrial and Business City.

Beyond well-appointed rooms, guests will enjoy versatile meeting spaces, two dining options, a gym, and swimming pool access.

Gilles Cretallaz, COO of Dusit International, expressed his excitement. He said: “We are committed to delivering exceptional experiences while fostering a positive impact on the world around us. Through our innovative offerings, unwavering dedication to sustainability and commitment to Thai-inspired gracious hospitality, we aim to redefine travel.”

Other highlights include dusitD2 Feydhoo, an all-inclusive, family-friendly resort on a private Maldives island (slated to open in Q4); Osaka Kansai Airport Hotel, the company’s third hotel in Japan (Q3); and Dusit Thani Bangkok, set to reopen in September 2024.

Situated in the same prime location as the original property, this highly anticipated, reimagined version of Dusit’s luxury flagship hotel sits at the heart of Dusit Central Park.

The newly built 257-key hotel offers ample space for guests, including elegant suites by Asian interior design firm André Fu Studio. A singular corridor floorplan ensures every room faces the green expanse of Lumpini Park.

Additionally, the new version of the hotel boasts a unique urban wellness concept, elevated dining experiences, a stylish rooftop bar and expansive meeting facilities. This includes one of Bangkok’s largest grand ballrooms, featuring an eight-meter-high ceiling and panoramic views of Lumpini Park.

Rita Ghantous