TO DISCUSS YOUR PROJECT OR LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SERVICES:

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Second Dusit Coming To Patong

Category: Hotels, Posted:13 Jan 2014 | 06:00 am

A second Dusit managed property will open in Phuket with the Thai chains signing of the Destination Patong Resort as a dusitD2.
As reported in The Phuket News the deal will see a conversion of the 390-room property which in the past had been branded as a Courtyard by Marriott.
The hotel is currently being upgraded and will reportedly reopen in April. Over the past few years the Destination had been on the transaction market along with the adjacent Hard Rock Caf but failed to trade.
Owning company Destination Properties is headed by Canadian Gary Murray who last year sold the former Kamala Bay Terrace Resort which is now a Hyatt Regency.
Destination continues to own the Swissotel in Kamala, DoubleTree by Hilton in Surin and a property in Karon which is closed and had been affiliated to Ramada.

Other News

Read more

PHIST 2021 – Sustainable Asia RE-defined Coming 28 October

Category: Hotels, Posted:11 Oct 2021 | 09:11 am The fourth annual Asian-based sustainability-focused learning event PHIST 2021 will take place in a dynamic virtual setting on 28th October. Organized in Phuket, Thailand with speakers from across the region. PHIST (Phuket Hotels for Islands Sustaining Tourism) has established itself as a leading forum in Asia for sustainable tourism, environmental education for hotels as well […]
Read more

Lonely Planet. Ultimate Vacation Homes. More Phuket Meds

Category: Tourism, Posted:07 Oct 2021 | 21:02 pm It’s Friday and we have a trio of video insights for you. Listen to an intriguing talk with Joe Cummings who is behind the first Lonely Planet Thailand guidebooks. Hear seven short real estate talks on the latest trends. And then, how is Thanyapura looking to expand their medical footprint across Phuket. Right here. Right […]
Read more

Two Neil’s For Six Senses

Category: Hotels, Posted:03 Oct 2021 | 17:35 pm Veteran Asia-Pacific hotelier Neil Palmer has been named Chief Operating Officer of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas. Palmer is best known as a stalwart executive at Starwood Hotels & Resorts. Meanwhile, Neil Jacobs continues in his role as Chief Executive Officer. Former Six Senses COO Guy Heywood has moved to boutique chain Habitas Hotels.