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KS Convert Three Hotels To ACCOR Brands

Category: Hotels, Posted:02 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am

Thai hotel ownership group KS Hotels and Resorts has converted three properties to management under ACCOR brands.
KS who bought the Hyatt Regency Phuket last year and have an interest in Point Yamu by Como flagged the Hotel de la Paix in Cha Am to become a Sofitel So.
While in Luang Prabang the Hotel de la Paix will become a Sofitel and the 3 Nagas affliated to MGallery.
All three properties were operated by Alila in the past and have been independent for the past few years.
The KS group also own two Park Hyatt's in the Maldives and Siem Reap Cambodia.

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