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Another Marriott For Phuket

Category: Hotels, Posted:04 Feb 2013 | 06:00 am

Global hotel chain Marriott has inked a deal with Thailand's TCC Hotel Group for seven properties countrywide.
The deal includes Phuket's Imperial Adamas in Nai Yang, which will be upgraded and branded under the Marriott brand.
Other hotels include Bangkok's Imperial Queens Park, along with locations such as Hua Hin and Pattaya.
Another Bangkok hotel will be branded to Ritz-Carlton.
Bill Heineke's Minor Hotel Group had previously been a historically strong partner of Marriott, though in recent years as management contracts have expired, conversions have been made to MHG's Anantara flag.
With the signing TCC is the single biggest hotel owner of Marriott operated properties in Asia.

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