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Bangkok's Four Seasons Reflagging To Anantara

Category: Hotels, Posted:24 Dec 2014 | 08:33 am

One of Bangkok's leading luxury hotels will see a brand change on March 1st of next year as the Four Seasons will become an Anantara.
The property will become the fourth Minor managed Anantara in Thailand's capitol. An extensive upgrade is planned.
Opened in 1978, the property which started life as a Peninsula, was then to become a Regent and later a Four Seasons.
Minor which used international chains as a springboard in its early stages of development has gradually converted properties over recent years to their in-house brand Anantara.
Four Seasons will continue to managed three other Minor hotels in Koh Samui, Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai.
It's been rumored the chain will ink a deal at a massive new integrated development on the river in Bangkok.

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