Site Login

Lost your password? (close)

New Year will ring in name changes at 3 Centara hotels

03 January 2012 :: 16:01:40 pm [ 1,189 views ]

SHARE THIS61070

Three of Thailand’s best-known hotels will change their names as the bells ring in the New Year 2012.

Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok will become Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok, Sofitel Centara Grand Resort & Villas Hua Hin will become Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin, and Novotel Hat Yai Centara will become Centara Hotel Hat Yai.

The name changes take place as the partnership between Accor, owner of the Sofitel and Novotel brands, and Centara Hotels & Resorts, ends amicably after 25-years. The staff at all three hotels will remain unchanged.

In anticipation of the rebranding, a complete renovation has been undertaken at Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok, and a major renovation programme has been completed at Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin and at Centara Hotel Hat Yai.

The Centara-Accor relationship began with what was then the Sofitel Hua Hin in 1986, and will be formally dissolved at midnight on December 31st, 2011.

Centara has established itself as Thailand’s largest operator of hotels and resorts, with 54 properties at key destinations throughout the kingdom, and a fast-growing overseas portfolio that includes properties in the Maldives, Bali, Mauritius, Vietnam and the Philippines.

There are now five brands within the Centara group, namely the premium Centara Grand, the 4-star Centara Hotels / Resorts, the intimately-scaled Centara Boutique Collection, Centara Residences & Suites, and the mid-range Centra Hotels brand.

For more information and reservations, please contact tel. +662 101 1234 ext 1 or e-mail to reservations@chr.co.th or visit our website at http://www.centarahotelsresorts.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/centarahotelsresorts

Twitter: www.twitter.com/staycentara

Tags :

accor, Centara, hotel, Novotel, partnership, Sofitel,


Category : Pattaya Hotel

Comment in News

  •  
  •     
  • *

The messages you read here are opinions from the public and posted into the Forum automatically. The systems owner is not responsible for any content in the Forum or any comments posted. There is no proof that the contents posted are genuine or not, even if the name of the poster is real, th erefore, please use common sense when reading the Forum. If there are topics which are against the law or immoral, please contact webmaster@pattayadailynews.com