ONYX Hospitality Group welcomes the 50th property

ONYX Hospitality Group welcomes the 50th property

Shanghai, 5 November 2018 – Thailand-based ONYX Hospitality Group, one of the region’s leading hotel management groups, announced the opening of its 50th property – Shama Hongqiao Shanghai.

Ideally located in the booming Hongqiao Business District, Shama Hongqiao Shanghai is minutes away from the renowned National Convention & Exhibition Centre, Hongqiao International Airport and Hongqiao Railway Station, holding a prime location within the city’s newest economic zone dedicated to business, trade, convention and the service industry.

With 132 stylishly-appointed apartments offering a variety of layouts from studio to two-bedroom residences, all units come with high ceilings, providing an extra element of space for both travellers as well as longer stay residents. For the enhanced feel of home, each apartment is fitted with a customised Shama Slumber bed with an extra-soft feather mattress topper, fully equipped kitchenette, ample storage space, dual laundry washer and dryer, LED TV with international channels, Wi-Fi internet access and a work desk.

The opening of Shama Hongqiao Shanghai as ONYX Hospitality Group’s 50th operating property in the Asia-Pacific region marks a key milestone for the group. Following the set up of its Greater China regional headquarters in Shanghai earlier this year, ONYX Hospitality Group has made significant progress in China and received positive recognitions within the market.

Based in Bangkok, ONYX Hospitality Group has a growing regional portfolio of 50 operating properties across three core brands in eight countries. The Group has a robust development pipeline of close to 30 new properties in markets such as Australia and China, and has set a target of having 99 hotels open by 2024 as part of its journey towards being the best medium-sized hospitality player in the region.


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