The Tongsal Bay Hotel in Koh Samui’s northern coast not only has breathtaking water views, but is built on 28 1/2 acres of untouched land, hosting several bird and animal species. The hotel was built in 1987 and was built without removing or cutting down any of the local trees. The three restaurants at the hotel use sustainable, produce from it’s own gardens and composts food waste back into the gardens.. The hotel even recycles it’s old bed linens into napkins. The bay it overlooks is private and water sports are prohibited, it’s truly a stay in paradise.
“Overlooking a private bay along the Northern Coast of Koh Samui, Thailand, The Tongsai Bay Hotel boasts more than luxurious seaside accommodations.”
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Marriott’s Moxy Hotels are changing the game and redirecting towards millennials who are slated to make up half of all traveling done by 2020. Focusing on their sensibilities, Moxy offers this new breed of traveler an opportunity to combine business with leisure. It’s the ideal environment to get things done and take a load off. The lifestyle-oriented space offered in these new properties all amenities of a high-tech modern affordable hotel with a sense of connection to the local community and other travelers in many expanding markets across the world.
“We launched it because in the lifestyle space we thought there wasn’t really a great stylish affordable hotel brand.”
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Thailand has grown in popularity from tourists, but unfortunately that is not a good thing for Thailand’s infrastructure. Add on the fact that Thailand is scheduled to host very significant international events in the future and you will see that something needs to be done immediately. The ports, railways and airports in Thailand are being considered to be massively expanded in the near future. With 60 million expected visitors in the near future the time is now to start expanding.
Now that Marriott International has taken over Starwood , it plans to continue expansion into 2017. Marriott has the capability of growing the Starwood brand at a faster rate and as a corporation, Marriott expects to open a new Marriott brand hotel every 15 hours in the upcoming year. There is a possibility of a regression in growth especially due to the political climate in the US and Britain and concerns about upcoming European elections. Still Marriott, a company with 30 brands will not rule out adding more brands to continue to expand.
“Sorenson said Marriott wanted to keep up the same rate of expansion as before the deal, meaning faster growth for the Starwood brands.”
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Bangkok has a lot of popular tourists attractions. It says its canals and their popular markets that everyone likes to visit while they are there. However their most popular sight is their Asiatique riverfront. This article mentions about how Asiatique is their newest and most popular attractions for many reasons. It is called Asiatique because it is themed to represent the Historical Eastern Asia culture. To get an better overall view of Asiatique they have a ferris wheel called Asiatique Sky.
“Bangkok’s incredible night markets are one of the most memorable experiences to be had when visiting Thailand’s spectacular capital city, and Asiatique The Riverfront is particularly unique.”
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