Dream Hotel Group Consolidates Brands Under Master GDS Chain Code

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Dream Hotel Group, which includes the Dream Hotels, Time Hotels, Night Hotels, The Chatwal and Unscripted Hotels brands, has announced the consolidation of all of its brands under one master chain code — DZ — on the Global Distribution System (GDS). 

Previously, consortia partners and travel agents had to use different codes for different brands, but now all hotels in the Dream Hotel Group portfolio can be accessed via DZ. The DZ code is available for immediate use.

In addition, Dream Hotel Group is offering industry rates exclusive to travel agents at a 10 percent discount off BAR per room per night plus upgrade based on availability, late checkout and welcome amenity. The promotion runs now through January 31 and applies to stays through March 11, 2017.


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Dream Hotel Group recently announced $1.5 billion in new hotel development with seven hotels opening in new destinations worldwide by 2020. Expansion plans include:

Dream Hollywood will have 179 guest rooms and suites, five dining and nightlife venues in or adjacent to the property, and a spacious 11,000-square-foot rooftop. Developed by FC Development in partnership with Dream Hotel Group, the property is on track to open in February 2017.

Set to open in May 2017, Unscripted Durham will mark the first location of Dream Hotel Group’s new lifestyle hotel brand, Unscripted. Located in the heart of downtown Durham, North Carolina, the 74-room property breathes new life into the old Jack Tar Motor Lodge, a mid-century design icon reimagined.

Slated to open summer 2017, Dream Oceanami Villas & Spa will be the first of four new resort hotels developed by Beegreen Group and managed by Dream Hotel Group in Vietnam over the next two years. The 347-villa resort destination, with eight dining and nightlife venues, including its signature Dream Beach Club fronting the South China Sea on a one-kilometer stretch of beach in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, is the first Vietnam development for the Dream Hotels brand and a pivotal step in the group’s global expansion strategy.

Dream Nashville will be located in the heart of the city’s historic downtown, with 169 rooms and eight food and beverage outlets. Designed by Meyer Davis, the property is expected to open in mid-2018, developed by locally owned 4PANT, LLC, which is led by Royal Investments and City Development in partnership with Dream Hotel Group.

Opening in 2019, Dream Dallas will be a 260-room Dream Hotel Group development.

Slated to open in 2019, the 175-room Dream Palm Springs will be developed by Praetor Investments/Selene Developments in collaboration with Dream Hotel Group.

Dream Doha, a development with Al Alfia Holding with design by Meyer Davis, will open in 2020. The 325-room property, with nine dining and nightlife venues, is the first Middle Eastern development for the brand and a pivotal step in the expansion strategy. Joining Dream Phuket Hotel & Spa and Dream Bangkok in Thailand and Dream Oceanami in Vietnam, Dream Doha marks the fourth international property for the group.

Dream Hotel Group plans to open more than 30 hotels and resorts worldwide over the next four years.

Visit www.dreamhotelgroup.com

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