Centara Celebrates Construction Milestone for Inaugural Hotel in Japan

Thursday, Apr 07, 2022 0

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Centara Grand Hotel Osaka to start welcoming guests in July 2023


Centara Hotels & Resorts
, Thailand’s leading hotel operator, has confirmed a July 2023 opening date for Centara Grand Hotel Osaka.

 

The group’s Chief Executive Office Thirayuth Chirathivat was recently in Japan for the project’s topping-off event alongside his business partner counterparts in Taisei Corporation and Kanden Realty & Development, and made time to visit the hotel site on Namba street.

 

Construction is well underway with the 35-storey structure completed and overall progress nearing its halfway milestone.

 

The hotel’s construction with 35-storey structure completed

 

Centara Hotels & Resorts’ CEO and all business partners from Taisei Corporation and Kanden Realty & Development

 

When complete, Centara’s debut property in Japan will feature 515 premium accommodations, including rooms with bunk beds and connecting rooms, making it an ideal destination for families, leisure, and business travellers. The hotel will also be home to a unique rooftop dining destination crowning the architectural masterpiece, as well as the first SPA Cenvaree in the country, fitness centre, co-working space, and sophisticated events spaces.

 

Centara’s foray into Japan highlights the group’s strategic goal of becoming a top 100 global hotel operator within five years with a portfolio of approximately 200 hotels and resorts, up from 89 properties at present.



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