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Sukosol Launches Miami Style Pattaya Hotel

Category: Hotels, Posted:08 Apr 2013 | 06:00 am

The Thailand Sukosol Hospitality Group have been busy opening new hotels and rebranding their flagship.
A new property set to create a buzz is the art deco inspired Wave Hotel in Pattaya.
This 21 room luxury property brings a whole new touch and feel to the area.
Located across from the ocean and near to Central Festival the chic offering is already stirring things up.
Special launch prices start at THB5500- ++ to the end of April.
Last year the group rebranded their Bangkok Siam City Hotel and also launched the Bill Bensley designed property The Siam.
Check out the hotel <link>http://www.wavepattaya.com*CLICK</link>

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