Dusit International continues expansion of its dusitD2 brand in Asia

dusitD2 Yarkay Thimphu, Bhutan and dusitD2 Ao Nang, Krabi have opened doors this year

dusitD2 Yarkay Thimphu, Bhutan.
dusitD2 Yarkay Thimphu, Bhutan.

Dusit International has continued its global expansion by soft opening two new resorts under its upscale dusitD2 brand – dusitD2 Yarkay Thimphu, Bhutan and dusitD2 Ao Nang, Krabi (Thailand).

Opened on December 15, 2018, dusitD2 Ao Nang, Krabi has 173 guest rooms and suites with a choice of sea, mountain or pool views, the family-friendly resort includes an all-day-dining restaurant, a lobby bar, an outdoor swimming pool with a separate children’s pool, a fitness centre, a spa, a 200 sq m ballroom, and an extensive children’s playground. 

Opened on December 19, 2018, meanwhile, dusitD2 Yarkay Thimphu, Bhutan serves as the first and largest internationally-branded hotel in the kingdom. Drawing inspiration from the Four Harmonious Friends, a national folktale about four animals working together to harvest fruit from a magical tree, each guest floor of the hotel is dedicated to a different animal from the tale. The property has 83 guest rooms and suites.

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