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Aleenta's Akaryn Brand Expands into Cambodia Market

Category: Hotels, Posted:26 Aug 2009 | 07:14 am

Speaking to Urs Aebi of Aleenta we've learned that the groups management arm Akaryn Hospitality is set to managed a 30 key luxury resort in the growing Cambodian beach destination Sihanoukville. Set to commence development early next year and opening in mid 2010 is planned.
Department of Architecture's Amata who was the designer of Sala Phuket will be handling the creative work in a location, which looks to be an area of tremendous growth over the next few years. With weather similar to Thailand resort destinations, and favorably access in the region Cambodia's southern coast currently has tremendous word of mouth in the development community.
Aleenta has resorts in Phang Nga and Hua Hin and has created the Akaryn brand as a second niche offering.

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