X2 (pronounced “cross 2”) add yet another stunning property to their rapidly expansive portfolio, making them one of the fastest growing luxury hotel brands in Thailand.
The former Regent Phuket Cape Panwa resort re-brands to the Amatara barely three after opening.
In October of this year the former Regent Phuket Cape Panwa was re-branded and management taken over by Amatara Resort & Wellness. This marks less than three years since the hotel was completed in December 2012.
In March 2015, the iconic Four Seasons Bangkok will come under the flagship of Anantara, being rebranded as the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel & Spa and is being touted as the flagship hotel of this prestigious group.
Samui Island is the scene for a takeover by Sheraton’s Starwood brand of the existing Samui Imperial, a 141 room resort that is going to get the makeover of all makeovers without even closing its doors.
Sheraton Samui Resort will become the 24th property under various brands of Starwood Hotels & Resorts in Thailand’s burgeoning hotel market place and its fourth property on Samui Island. With a refurbishment schedule strategy orchestrated to minimize any impact during this transitional phase, management promises that guests will not be inconvenienced at all.
Accor acquires two properties, The Pullman Khao Lak Resort and Spa Hotel Baraquda Pattaya to add to their growing Thai portfolio.
Accor is branching out to add to their international position as one of the leading hotel operators of upscale resorts by adding to their management portfolio the old Le Meridien Khao Lak under the Pullman umbrella, whilst the Dusit D2 Baraquda Pattaya will become part of the MGallery Collection, to be renamed Hotel Baraquda Pattaya. Endeavoring to widen their patrons’ choice for luxury, these additions will further harness their global appeal.