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Royal Phuket Yacht Club To Reopen January

Category: Hotels, Posted:11 Aug 2015 | 15:03 pm

One of Phuket's first luxury hotels the Royal Phuket Yacht Club will re-enter the market in January under a new name The Nai Harn
A relaunch date of January 16th has been set for the hotel after completing an expansive eighteen month upgrade.
On offer will be a new look 130 key luxury offering in a property that once came under both the Mandarin Oriental and Le Meridien brands at separate times.
In early 2014 the hotel was acquired by affiliated of the private equity firm S.C. Capital who are also behind the growing Manathai hospitality brand.

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