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April 10, 2024
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Thailand Hotel Investment Guide 2024

Market insights and overview of the investment structures to acquire hospitality assets in Thailand.

Thailand’s tourism sector has experienced a robust recovery, with international arrivals reaching 28 million in 2023, marking a 152% y-o-y increase. Thailand has long been regarded as one of the most strategic investment destinations for hotels in the region. From 2012 to 2018, the market was relatively liquid with hotel sales volume consistently exceeding THB 10 billion per year.

Responding to the growing demand from foreign investors and first-time buyers, JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group and Baker McKenzie, co-published the inaugural Thailand Hotel Investment Guide. This comprehensive guide aims to provide investors with insights encompassing not only investment considerations but also the legal dimensions of hotel investments, including an understanding of the Thai hospitality market, featuring both economic and legal considerations such as ownership structures and relevant regulations.

Download the guide for a comprehensive overview of Thailand investment market and the investment structures typically used to acquire Thai hospitality assets.

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