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Thai Hotel Group Opening Samui Luxury Resort

Category: Hotels, Posted:30 Jul 2018 | 06:00 am

The Thai hospitality group Cape and Kantary will debut a new ultra-luxury resort in Samui in August.

Named Cape Fahn, the 22-key resort features one and two-bedroom pool villas.

With an exclusive location on a coastal island off of the Choeng Mon area, the resort is expected to compete with Samui’s luxury tier set.

Recent developments in the market have seen global brand Ritz-Carlton recently undertake a grand opening of their upscale property which is owned by Malaysian group YTL.

 

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