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Deva Samui For Sale

Category: Hotels, Posted:26 Sep 2013 | 13:11 pm

The 79-key beachfront Deva Samui hotel has been put into the transaction market.
Vacant management possession is available for the upscale boutique property.
Opened in 2009, the resort takes up an area just over 6.2 rai.
Facilities include a restaurant, two bars, spa, fitness center and meeting room.
Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels are the exclusive agency for the Deva.
Samui continues to be one of Thailand's strongest performing hotel markets with mid-year occupancy hitting the 75% marker.
It's expected that both Phuket and Samui will see a number of hotel trades during the last quarter of the year as some investors are taking a decision to sell down and other's looking to acquire in order to capitalize on upside growth in the hospitality asset sector.

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