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Kiridara Opening This Week

Category: Hotels, Posted:07 Jun 2011 | 06:00 am

The UNESCO destination of Luang Praban, Laos will see a new international class hotel Kiridara open on June 10th.
With 24 keys the boutique property comes to a destination which already includes hotels managed by Aman, Orient-Express and Angsana (Banyan Tree).
Management will come under Bill Black's Ativa Hospitality who also operate the Hansar Bangkok and Koh Samui, SilQ Bangkok and asset manage Phuket's Trisara and Indigo Pearl Resorts.
Ativa was acquired with a controlling interest by Singapore's Nadathur Hospitality and it's well known founder who is best known for Infosys.
Word has it that the group will be coming to the shores of Phuket soon.

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