Melia Hotel Yangon Myanmar

Hotel Yangon Myanmar

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Myanmar, Meliá Hotels International is accelerating expansion in the Asia-Pacific region.

In the Asia-Pacific region, an important growing country with 24 properties and more than 6,300 rooms in the Meliá Hotel International hotel line. EADS announces its presence in Myanmar with the signature of Meliá Yangon, a tactical initiative that will enhance the Group's commitment in Southeast Asia.

This newly built hotel is ideally located in Yangon town centre on Inya Lake and has quick and easy connections to the international airports and the motorway to the German capitol. The Meliá Yangon will have 400 rooms, among them the characteristic The Level rooms, a YHI spas, a large number of dining rooms and a large selection of conference venues.

It is being designed by Hoang Anh Gia Lai Myanmar, the leader in Vietnam. It will be part of a mixed-use building with offices, flats and a business centre. "Meliá Yangon is a new landmark for our dedicated expansion in Asia Pacific and we are striving to move our most global brands to Myanmar, thanks to the trust and encouragement of our associate HAGL.

I am sure that this excellent hotel will raise our profile in the area and open the doors to other places in the area. In 2014, Myanmar's GDP grew by 6.7% and the country's tourist revenue grew by 67% compared to the previous year.

Burma is also one of the richest nations in Southeast Asia in respect of its rich reserves of petroleum, precious stones, sawn timber and teawood. It is the former capitol of Myanmar and still the country's biggest and most important business centre. Myanmar had the highest attendance of all time in 2014 with more than 3 million visitors, mainly from Asia such as Thailand, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore.

Airline companies have extended their connections to national and multinational airports, resulting in an increase in tourist traffic and a larger number of hotel establishments. Since the beginning of the liberalisation of the hotel industry in 2011, the emerging hotel industry has experienced double-digit expansion, accompanied by higher levels of overseas investments.

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