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Hotel Okura plans new outlet in central Bangkok in 2025

Japan's Nishimatsu to build luxury hotel as tourism investment restarts

An impression of the planned Grand Nikko Bangkok Sathorn hotel in Thailand's capital, which will be developed by Japan's Nishimatsu Construction.

TOKYO -- A new luxury hotel operated by Japanese hotelier Hotel Okura will be open in the center of the business district in Bangkok in 2025, with a total project cost of 24 billion yen ($208 million).

As more countries are lifting entry restrictions and opening their borders, tourism investment, which was hit hard during the pandemic, has gradually started to resume.

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