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Castlewood Shift Brand From Nikki To Dream

Category: Hotels, Posted:16 Sep 2015 | 14:46 pm

The upcoming Nikki Beach Hotel has been rebranded under the Dream brand.
Developer, Singapore-based Castlewood has entered into a joint venture with US based Debut Hotel Group to open 20 Dream properties in Asia in the next decade.
On Layan Beach the former Nikko Beach Club will become the Dream Beach Club after an extensive renovation and upgrading. It will re-open in mid-November.
As for the hotel, a December unveiling is planned.
Prior to Dream aligning to Debut/Hampshire, the brand had been aligned to Wyndham Hotels.
For those keen on Phuket beach club scene, Castlewood's CEO Chris Comer is promising an impressive upgrading of the oceanfront complex.

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