The Rosewood Bangkok, a hotel for the injured COVID

  1. The architecturally distinctive 30-story Rosewood Bangkok Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, is among the struggling hotel companies hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. Restrictions on international travel have almost frozen the flow of tourist traffic.
  3. “Rosewood staff were made aware of the closure announcement on Tuesday,” said a representative for the hotel, as the hotel closed on Saturday.

The representative spoke on condition of anonymity and the hotel declined to comment further.

Upon opening, the Rosewood Bangkok said it was destined to establish a new design icon for the Kingdom’s capital and the world stage. Now COVID-19 has killed him.

Bangkok rosewood is a high-end project developed by Rende Development Co., Ltd. belonging to the family of Thaksin Shinawatra, the former Prime Minister of Thailand.

“The temporary closure of Rosewood Bangkok is intended to restore a base amid the uncertainties,” Paetongtarn “Ing” Shinawatra, deputy general manager of Rende and daughter of Thaksin, wrote on Facebook.

The safety of all hotel staff and guests is considered a priority, she said.
Many observers fear the hotel will be sold or renamed after it closes.

Marisa Sukosol Nunphakdi, President of the Thai Hotel Association, called on the government to allow the reopening of restaurants in hotels in accordance with the order to relax restrictions on restaurants.

Fitness centers, swimming pools and meeting rooms in hotels should also be allowed with certain regulations, Marisa said.

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