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Naka Island Brings On Starwood

Category: Hotels, Posted:11 Oct 2011 | 09:31 am

Phang Nga Bay's Naka Island which formerly houses the Six Senses, has seen a change of management to global chain Starwood
The all pool villa upscale resort is now gearing up for a re-opening in November.
A new name for the property has been announced – 'The Naka Island – A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa'.
Thai listed owning company Erawan Group is arguably cautiously optimistic that the change of operators will reinvigorate the destination property which previously struggled with sustained low trading levels.

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