By The Nation
Revenue per available room (REVPAR) is on an upward swing across the SHREIT’s portfolio of hotels, while the total asset valuation improved by 9.6 per cent with a net worth of US$143.2 million.
The performance report also highlights management’s strong ability to identify quality assets, Patan Somburanasin, managing director of Strategic Property Investors (SPI), an independent professional REIT manager, said on Monday.
SHREIT’s portfolio of assets includes the Pullman Jakarta Central Park Hotel in Indonesia, a 317-room 5-star hotel; the Capri by Fraser Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, a 175-room 4-star hotel; and the IBIS Saigon South Hotel, a 140-room 3-star hotel in Ho Chi Minh City. The portfolio composition of three-to five-star hotels offers diversification through high-quality assets located in growing key cities and targeting various customer segments from international tourists to business travellers, said Patan.
Earlier this year, the Pullman Jakarta Central Hotel was honored by hosting the auctioning of paintings of Indonesian President Joko Widodo, to raise funds for election candidates. This clearly reflected the prime status of the hotel, which was recently recognised as the Best Luxury Art Hotel in Indonesia Award and the Best Hotel City Award (Indonesia), said Patan.
The REIT manager remains optimistic and confident in the ability of the assets to continue to generate sustainable revenue growth and is committed to develop and pursue a growth strategy and initiatives.