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Hotel Supply Increases with Nap Patong

Category: Hotels, Posted:19 Oct 2009 | 06:56 am

A new 4 star resort the 91 room Nap Patong is set to open in January increasing the upwardly moving hotel Phuket pipeline numbers. Developed by the owner of the Salathai and the Sea Patong hotels and located on Haad Patong Road. According to the developer Ayothaya Company Limited construction progress has just hit over 80%.
Standard room size is 45 square meters, with some pool access and suite units also. Back of a contemporary design facilities include restaurant/bar, spa, fitness center, and library and meeting/conference rooms.
Another nearby property the much anticipated upscale boutique B-Lay Tong is expected to open before the end of this year though no formal announcement has been made.

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