Tonino Lamborghini Hotels & Resorts is beginning its expansion beyond mainland China with two properties signed in Siem Reap.
Join.In Hospitality Management recently announced it has entered an agreement with Hong Kong-based Shimao International Development for the development of the two properties, according to TTG Asia.
Roberto Simone, COO of Join.In Hospitality Management, a company based in China, described the signing as a “major milestone”, saying it marked “the first step in our expansion outside and beyond the borders of China”.
Tonino Lamborghini Hotels & Resorts also plans to add 12 more properties in key tourism areas across East and Southeast Asia in the near future, starting with Macau and Saipan.
The development of Tonino Lamborghini Hotels & Resorts brand began in 2012 with the opening of its very first luxury hotel in the Chinese city of Suzhou, shortly followed by properties in Kunshan and Huangshi.
Currently, the brand’s development pipeline holds 18 projects in locations across mainland China, namely Chnogqing, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Qingdao, Dalian, Xuzhou, Wuxi, Wenzhou, Yixing, Huangshan, Taihangshan and Taihu, all to be opened before 2020.
At the end of 2017, Cambodia had 2,255 guesthouses, 2,239 restaurants, 881 entertainment centres, 619 travel agencies, and 6,123 registered guides speaking a combined 12 languages.
Siem Reap alone has 316 guesthouses, 190 restaurants, 13 entertainment centres, 284 travel agencies, and 4,152 registered guides, according to the Ministry of Tourism.