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New Ritz-Carlton Reserve Krabi Delayed

Category: Hotels, Posted:13 Jul 2009 | 09:46 am

One of the years most anticipated hotel opening's Krabi's Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve has delayed it's opening to the end of the year. In talks with the hotel General Manager Estelita Sebeto the current economic downturn has been sited as the principal reason for moving back the launch to high season.
With 54 luxury villas design by world renowned Thai designer Lek Bunnag; the property has been touted to be a serious competitor to Phuket's high end resorts such as Amanpuri, Trisara and Banyan Tree who must now be collectively giving a sigh of relief during the current challenging low season.

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