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SINGAPORE-based Keppel Land breaks ground for the new 29 storey hotel wing on October 22 in Yangon. By groundbreaking ceremony, Keppel Land said travelers to Yangon can soon look forward to more quality hotel rooms when phase two of Sedona Hotel Yangon is fully completed in 2016.

Keppel Land said the opening up of Myanmar has seen the number of visitors, both corporate and leisure travelers, to the country increase significantly in the last three years.

Sedona Hotel Yangon is part of only a handful of international grade five star hotels in Myanmar. Phase one of the hotels was completed in 1997 and comprises 366 rooms. The hotel has established itself as the accommodation of choice for business and leisure travelers alike.

Phase two of the development will see an addition of about 420 rooms, bringing the hotel’s total room capacity to 786. At 29 storey tall, the new tower block will be one of the tallest structures in Yangon when completed in end 2015. The total development cost for the new hotel wing is about US$ 80 million, and when completed, will be fully integrated with the existing Sedona Hotel Yangon.

At the same time, phase one of the Sedona Hotel Yangon is undergoing refurbishment works to feature a modern look and feel, whilst maintaining the original heritage character of the hotel. Areas that will be upgraded include the rooms and common areas such as the lobby, main entrance and common corridors. The renovation works, which will cost about US25 million, are expected to be completed by the end of 2013.

Keppel Land will also be commencing renovation works to Sedona Hotel Mandalay, its second hotel property in Myanmar. The works, which includes the upgrading of rooms, and common facilities such as the ballroom and restaurant, is expected to coat about US$ 7 million.

 

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