Summit Parkview Hotel unveils plans for new wing

An artist’s impression of the new Summit Parkview Hotel wing scheduled for completion by 2017.
An artist’s impression of the new Summit Parkview Hotel wing scheduled for completion by 2017.

Yangon’s Summit Parkview Hotel, the first foreign-owned hotel in Myanmar, plans to build a new wing after its 20th anniversary celebration this month.
Construction on the new building comprising 181 rooms will begin at the end of this month, increasing the hotel’s total number of rooms to around 450 upon completion.
The extension will include an executive floor, serviced apartments, a ballroom, gym, pub, swimming pool, a luxury spa and an ethnic restaurant, hotel general manager Vivian Chan told The Global New Light of Myanmar on Thursday.
“The new project will be built with Singapore’s state-of-the-art architectural design by its famous architects,” a hotel spokesman said. “The project is scheduled to complete by the end of 2017.”
Built by a Singapore government-linked company, the hotel opened its doors on Ahlon Road in Dagon Township on 3 June 1995.  The spokesman said the hotel had been involved in charitable and community activities since its opening.
“The hotel brings activities to the orphanages, homes for the aged and underprivileged as part and parcel of its culture,” he said.
He went on to say, “Although we are constantly evolving, Summit Parkview has retained the values of the old and rich history of Myanmar through its architecture, décor and cuisine without compromising its international flavor.”

Photo shows present view of Summit Parkview Hotel in Yangon.
Photo shows present view of Summit Parkview Hotel in Yangon.
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