ONYX Hospitality Group expands its serviced apartment portfolio with Shama Luxe Sukhumvit Bangkok to reach the luxury segment. ONYX Hospitality Group has been selected by Walton Asset Co., Ltd. to manage Shama Luxe Sukhumvit Bangkok, a luxury serviced apartment located in the prime Thonglor area of Bangkok. Bangkok, Thailand – On April 17, 2023, a business alliance agreement was signed by Mr. Yuthachai Charanachitta, CEO of ONYX Hospitality Group (The person from the right side of the photo), and Mr. Charnnarong Narula, COO of Walton Asset Management Co., Ltd., (The person from the left side of the photo) to manage the Shama Luxe Sukhumvit Bangkok. The agreement marks an important milestone for ONYX Hospitality Group as it expands its Shama brand and launches the Shama Luxe brand into the luxury serviced apartment market.Shama Luxe Sukhumvit Bangkok is a fully furnished serviced residence designed to offer guests a complete living and leisure experience in the heart of Bangkok. Located in Soi Sukhumvit 39 in the Thonglor-Phrom Phong area, the property features one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and penthouse with usable areas ranging from 50-239 square metre. Each room is equipped with a living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom with bathtub, and a spacious working area. Guests can enjoy communal facilities such as a fitness centre, a kids’ club, and a swimming pool with city views. Free Wi-Fi is available to support both long-term and short-term stays. Under the signing of this agreement, it is another important step for ONYX Hospitality Group to lead the Shama brand in the serviced apartment market in Thailand, which is continuously growing. In Thailand, besides Shama Luxe Sukhumvit Bangkok, there are several other Shama projects such as Shama Sukhumvit Bangkok, Shama Ekamai Bangkok, Shama Petchburi 47 Bangkok, Shama Yen-Akat Bangkok, and Shama Lakeview Asoke Bangkok, as well as another 10 projects in China including Hong Kong. By 2023, three more locations will open in Malaysia and Hong Kong: Shama Johor Bahru, Shama Medini Iskandar and Shama Hub Metro South Hong Kong.