Compass Hospitality has announced an agreement with Armoni Sukhumvit 11 to rebrand under its Citin portfolio as Citin Sukhumvit 11.
The hotel has been rebranded following a comprehensive refurbishment that witnessed the hotel’s full closure. The rebranded hotel has started welcoming guest since the remodel. Along with a name change, the hotel has undergone a total renovation that includes the exterior, all guestrooms, and common areas.
Citin Sukhumvit 11 now boasts 52 newly-refurbished rooms with ambient lighting. An earthy, wooden color palette is reflected in the choice of textiles, paint, and modern bathrooms. Comfortable and convenient, Citin Sukhumvit 11 is located among a wealth of both local and international dining options.
Mr. Erik Wee, Corporate Director, Training & Audit of Compass Hospitality, commented:
“The original building was stripped down to its structural bones. A large portion of the hotel was completely redesigned to provide the essentials that modern travellers seek.”
Nestled in Sukhumvit Soi 11’s sub-alley, Citin Sukhumvit 11 offers guests a quiet experience while providing easy access to Nana area’s legendary nightlife, accompanied by bustling bars, popular restaurants, and street food galore. The hotel also benefits from close proximity to the Nana BTS Skytrain station (1-min walk), the underground Sukhumvit MRT Station (9-min walk), and Terminal 21 Shopping center (8-min walk). The hotel delivers value for money to travellers who are looking for a comfortable, contemporary, and affordable accommodation with great accessibility in one of the most popular sois’ in Bangkok.
Note to the Editor:
Compass Hospitality, is one of Southeast Asia’s established hospitality management companies. The group manages and operates a wide portfolio of 45 hospitality properties across all market segments. Brand identities include Compass Hotels & Suites, Citrus Hotels, Citin Hotels and Ananda Resorts and Spas. Compass’ portfolio includes hotels, resorts, executive serviced apartments and spas located in Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket in Thailand; in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru and Pulau Langkawi in Malaysia; and in London, Manchester, Cardiff , Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Nottingham, Oxford, Inverness, Leeds, Coventry, Scarborough, Dundee, Glasgow, Carmarthen and Dumfries in the UK.
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