Thailand-based Unicorn Hospitality plans to triple hotel portfolio to 12 hotels and resorts by 2021

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Thailand-based Unicorn Hospitality plans to triple hotel portfolio to 12  hotels and resorts by 2021

19 November 2019

Thailand-based Unicorn Hospitality aims to triple its hotel portfolio from four to 12  hotels and resorts by early 2021.

At present, the group operates hotels and resorts in Thailand and Vietnam.

In the Thai capital, it manages the Silver Palm Bangkok an 89-room hotel and residence and the 48-room ZAZZ Urban Bangkok. Beyond Bangkok, it runs the Cove Phi Phi and in Vietnam, the ZAZZ Urban Ho Chi Minh.

Last October, the 53-room Daraya Boutique Hotel opened its doors in Bangkok, kickstarting a period of rapid expansion for Unicorn Hospitality.

Villa De Pranakorn will open its doors in mid-December, providing 47 rooms and suites on Mahachai Road in Bangkok’s old city district, and the 44-key Hangout By KLY Phuket will also start welcoming guests in December, at its Patong Beach location on Phuket island.

Then in 2020, The 55-key Chandler will open in Thailand’s Pranburi province, overlooking Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, while the 80-room Hotel Casa 17 will launch in mid-March in the historic district of Bangkok Noi.

Also in Q2 2020, Unicorn Hospitality’s largest project to-date, LIVE by KLY, will add 373 rooms and residences to Kamala, on Phuket’s west coast.

Finally, in early 2021, Unicorn Hospitality will make its debut in the Maldives.  Currently, under construction, ZAZZ Escapes Maldives Resort will be a luxury tented camp that introduces the concept of water safaris to guests.

Unicorn Hospitality is headed by founder and CEO Yann Gouriou.