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Ex-Six Senses Execs In New Upstart Chain

Category: Hotels, Posted:06 Aug 2010 | 06:00 am

A group of ex-Six Senses executives and other high profile players have started a new boutique management chain Epikurean.
Specializing in hotels,villas and what it terms hideouts key players include TJ Grundle-Hong who spent 20 years at the pioneering Six Senses resorts group in Vietnam along with Supada Rattagan and Matthieu Castaigne, and sales and marketing expert Andres Fernandez amongst others.
In house brands include (K) Hotel, Villa Epikurean and Hideouts.
Currently under development and management in Vietnam are the Ana Mandara project's in Hue and Ninh Binh, a Hideout in Phu Yen and K branded property in Ho Chi Minh City.
Expectations call for wider scale expansion in the region and further abroad.
For more details on the chain <link>http://www.epikurean.ws*CLICK</link>

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