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Samui Upscale Conrad Resort Debuts July

Category: Hotels, Posted:01 Mar 2011 | 06:00 am

Look out Phuket here come's the gold rush of new Samui shiny new branded hotels.
Next in the queue after last year's opening of the Banyan Tree and W is the Conrad.
I had to chance to visit the property a few weeks ago and meet General Manager Justin Phillips who said the property is set to open its doors at the beginning of July.
With ocean frontage and international cutting edge design by Eco.id and Wilson Associates this is a serious property.
Two marquee type chefs are on board in what looks to be a destination resort given its location in Thong Krut.
Another major international brand will join the set at nearby Baan Taling Ngam which is set to announce an operator signing shortly back of major renovation and upgrade.

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