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Thanyapura Expanding Hotel And Sports Facilities

Category: Hotels, Posted:09 Jun 2015 | 07:06 am

Phuket's mixed-use international education/sports/training hub has announced plans to add an additional 114 hotel keys to the facility.
In the mix are 100 new hotel rooms and 14 two-bedroom pool villas.
Other key facilities in the pipeline are a 100-meter pool, expansion of the wellness center and more tennis courts.
The complex is aiming to affiliate to United World Colleges next year.
To date investment in the development is a reported THB3.5 billion.
Thanyapura is expected to continue to focus on attracting international athletes as a world class training center.

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