of all Company’s Assets; Concludes 12-year
Affiliation with Dusit Hotels
|July 1, 2004 - Effective September 01, 2004, the Santiburi Group will
commence management of all company’s assets as well as future developments
through its own Management Company. This coincides with the conclusion
of a successful 12-year affiliation with the Dusit Hotels and Resorts as
the management partner, for which the Santiburi Group is truly grateful
and would like to express its appreciation for Dusit Hotels and Resorts’
management excellence and cordial relationship.
In early 2004, the Santiburi Group has added the first and only 18 hole Championship Golf Course in Koh Samui, the Santiburi Samui Country Club. This stunning golf course is built on the mountainside of Maenam, featuring breathtaking views of the Gulf of Siam with its numerous islands as well as Samui’s famous coconut plantations. Moreover, the Group’s second luxury hotel on Koh Samui, the Bophutburi Resort and Spa, is currently under construction and is scheduled to be opened in December 2004. In the Group’s project pipeline is the “top of the end” Villas Real Estate project situated on the hillside overlooking Maenam bay.
The Santiburi Dusit Resort will be renamed as the Santiburi Resort, Koh Samui and will continue its affiliation with The Leading Small Hotels of the World thereby, strengthening the Group’s commitment
to quality not only in keeping up with its products, facilities, and services, but also to continuously strive for excellence in all areas. The Santiburi Resort underwent major renovations in 2003 and has added brand new state of the art meeting facilities, Jacuzzi pool villas with private terraces, and a new pool deck with bar. The most notable addition to the resort is the mentioned breathtaking view golf course, the Santiburi Samui Country Club.
245/7 Sukhumvit Soi 31,
Klongton Nue, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Tel: +66 2 260 2530
|Also See:||Thailand's Dusit Hotels and Resorts Signs Management Contract for Three New Hotels in Fiji and the Seychelles Islands / February 2004|
|About One Quarter of Thailand's 200 Plus Golf Courses Struggling to Survive; Seeking Help from Tourism Authority / Oct 2001|