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Bangkok hotel demand ‘set to rebound in Q2’

End of emergency decree a main factor

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Despite high uncertainty, hotel room demand is expected to rebound in the second quarter now that the state of emergency has been lifted, according to the latest research by Jones Lang LaSalle’s hotels and hospitality group. 

A bird’s-eye view of hotels along the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. Analysts believe demand for rooms in the capital will rebound soon after a decline in the first quarter as international travellers return. Kosol Nakachol

After turning in improved performances each year from 2011-13, Bangkok’s hotel market saw a decline in occupancy levels and revenue per available room in this year’s first quarter.

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