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Swissotel Take Over Former Courtyard Kamala

Category: Hotels, Posted:30 Mar 2012 | 09:07 am

Global chain Swissotel will reportedly take over management of the former Courtyard Marriott Kamala Beach effective April 1st.
The 180 key all suite hotel which is owned by Destination Properties is part of a Phuket portfolio that includes former Courtyards in Surin Beach and Patong.
According to industry sources the other two hotels will possibly be branded to different international chains in the near future.
The Kamala Beach resort will be the first resort in Asia for the Swissotel brand

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