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Second Holiday Inn Opens Today In Mai Khao

Category: Hotels, Posted:09 Sep 2011 | 06:00 am

The island sees the second branded Holiday Inn resort open in Mai Khao today.
With 245 room and 34 suites the property is located south of the cluster of the JW Marriott, Anantara, Renaissance and Sala.
A special opening rate of THB1,999++ is available through the chain's website.
Thailand based designers The Beaumont Group and Clint Nagata of Blink provided what is a fresh and accessible look for the oceanfront resort.
Meanwhile the Holiday Inn Patong remains one of the most popular establishments in the region, under the stewardship of longtime General Manager Wolfgang Meusburger.

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