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HRA Expands Portfolio of Hotels in Asia

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Hotel Representation Australia has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Asia with the signing of two hotels in Thailand and another in Myanmar.

In Thailand HRA signed South Sea Group's two properties The Karon – Phuket, and The South Sea Grand- Phang Nga. While in the beautiful country of Myanmar, HRA signed the 5 star Andaman Club.

South Sea Karon is located 45 minutes from Phuket International Airport; 20 minutes from downtown Phuket and 15 minutes form Patong. Set on Karon Beach, this Beach Front Resort is one of the most tranquil beaches in Phuket.

South Sea Karon offers 152 guestrooms with a combination of suites, Executive Deluxe Rooms Premium Rooms and Superior Rooms. All rooms have private terraces, Satellite Television, wireless Internet and all the modern conveniences you would expect from such a fine resort.

South Sea Karon has three restaurants and a Pool Bar for your enjoyment. The Wellness Spa offers treatments and healing massages. Conference facilities are available for 120, and banquet facilities for 150.

South Sea Grand is located on Pakarang Beach, Khao Lak, Phang Nga Province. Travel 90 minutes from Phuket by car. South Sea Grand is a picturesque heaven for those seeking a peaceful and tranquil holiday with all rooms and pool villas enjoying wonderful panoramic views of the deep azure Andaman Sea. Designed with modern tropical southern style. The resort makes creative use of space and lighting to create a serene atmosphere.

Featuring 132 guestrooms 92 Premium Rooms, 32 Executive Deluxe Rooms, 6 Deluxe Pool Villas, and 2 Grand Pool Villas with Sea Views. All rooms feature a private terrace, Satellite Television, Wireless Internet, and other expected modern amenities.

South Sea Grand offers two restaurants and the Anda Lounge. There are two conference facilities available both with capacity for 200. The Wellness Spa offers an array of treatments and massages.

Adjacent to Ranong Province in Southern Thailand, a stone throw away from King Bayint Nbung (formerly Victoria Point). The Andaman Club is easily accessible from Ranong pier – a 20 minute speedboat ride, an hour plane ride from Suvannabhume International Airport to Ranong Airport, or by car, 8 hours from Had Yai, 7 hours from Bangkok, 4 hours from Phuket, or 3 hours from Surat Thani.

The Island resort opened its doors to visitors in 1995 and comprises of four room types: Andaman Suites, Victoria Suites, Andaman Deluxe, and Andaman Superior. The 205 rooms present breathtaking and panoramic views of the Andaman Sea.

Very much a top-end resort, it caters to the whims of golf enthusiasts in the form of an 18-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Among other amenities to look forward to are a Vegas-style casino, water sports - amazing scuba diving, windsurfing and fishing, pool, fitness centre, and discotheque/karaoke club. Yuzana Spa offers head to toe treatments - Jacuzzi, steam bath and Myanmar massage to name a few.

Andaman Club offers Function rooms and a Business Centre to meet all business travellers’ needs. The Conference centre can accommodate 350 - theatre style tor if you need less 20 - boardroom style. Andaman Club offers several areas for meetings ranging from 115m2 to 400m2. High speed Internet is also available throughout the resort.

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