RED PLANET EXPANDS IN JAPAN WITH THE OPENING OF RED PLANET SAPPORO SUSUKINO CENTRAL

                                                                  Red Planet Sapporo Susukino Central

SAPPORO – Red Planet today opened its second hotel in Sapporo, the 212-room Red Planet Sapporo Susukino Central. The new hotel features Red Planet’s signature modern, smart hotel design and is located just off picturesque Odori Park, in the downtown Susukino neighbourhood alongside local attractions and within easy access of public transportation. The hotel is a short walk to the Sapporo Clock Tower, Sapporo TV Tower, and scenic Nakajima Park.

Spurred by the Rugby World Cup this September and increasing direct airlift to New Chitose Airport which serves the Sapporo metropolitan area, Hokkaido continues to grow and expand economically, and the prefectural government estimates more than 5 million overseas visitors will visit the region by 2020, a 79% increase in just four years.

“Like all Red Planet hotels across Asia, our new hotel is designed with comfort and environmental sustainability in mind,” said Tim Hansing, Red Planet’s CEO. “With our thoughtfully designed rooms, eco-friendly amenities, and multi-lingual staff, Red Planet Sapporo Susukino Central provides the perfect hub for travellers expecting a hotel which combines the comforts of an exceptional hotel experience with the application of relevant travel technology.”

With a well-connected location within the vibrant Susukino area, the new hotel will serve both professional- and leisure-focused visitors to Sapporo.

For more information or high-resolution photography, please contact:

Aline Massart
Vice President Marketing
Red Planet Hotels
Tel: +66 2 613 5818
Mobile: +66 80 453 2570
E-mail: aline@redplanethotels.com

About Red Planet Japan, Inc.

Red Planet Japan, Inc. is the JASDAQ-listed Japanese operation of Red Planet Hotels Limited. The company commenced operations in Japan in August 2013 with the opening of Red Planet Okinawa Naha, followed by hotels in Tokyo, Nagoya, and Sapporo. Hotels in Hiroshima and Kyoto are currently under construction. The company intends to acquire another five development sites in 2019. Red Planet Japan has also acquired its parent company’s Thailand-based operations and development sites in Bangkok, Thailand and Manila, Philippines, with three hotels sequenced to open by 2020 and 2021. The Company is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol 3350.

About Red Planet Hotels

Red Planet Hotels, founded in 2010, is a privately-owned regional hotel group focused on Asia’s expanding budget hotel sector. The company operates 31 hotels in Indonesia (7), Japan (6), the Philippines (13), and Thailand (5) for a total of 4,991 rooms. 12 additional hotels, comprising 2,388 rooms, will open across Japan, Thailand, and the Philippines by 2021. These hotels will open using Red Planet’s robust and scalable technology platform, providing both advanced reservation software, ensuring a fast and efficient booking process, and local attraction guides for customers. Red Planet comprises a stylish budget hotel offering, with all its properties centrally located and equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi. Red Planet’s companies based in Jakarta (Red Planet Indonesia - PSKT:IJ) and Tokyo (Red Planet Japan - 3350:JP) are listed on the Indonesian and Japanese stock exchanges, respectively. For more information, please visit: www.redplanethotels.com