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Centara Hotels in Thailand launch Special Travel Trade Promotion

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Thailand-based Centara Hotels & Resorts has launched a selection of special rates exclusively for members of the travel industry.

Under the trade promotion, rates start from Bht 900 nett per night for a double room including Buffet Breakfast.

“We really want the industry to see for themselves just what great value Thailand is – and that everything is back to normal,” said Chris Bailey, Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing.

Centara has hotels all all over Thailand. So whether you fancy a lazy break on the paradise island of Samui, a visit to that old favourite Phuket, the charm of Hua Hin, “newly discovered” Trat, a browse round the markets of Chiang Mai or an exciting break in bustling Bangkok, Centara Hotels & Resorts has it all. And with Krabi, Mae Sot and Hat Yai participating too you will be spoiled for choice!

If you’re looking for that extra touch of luxury there are even special Travel Industry Rates on suites and Club Floor rooms too and if you book for 6 nights in the summer you get a 7th night for free!

Space at all hotels has been allocated on a “first come first served” basis so booking early is recommended. To book visit and use access code SIB09.

Rates are valid to travel industry members and their immediate family only. Presenting a valid travel industry ID is required upon checking in. Failure to present / proof of valid ID is subject to be charged at the hotel or resort's best available rate on checking-in date. A maximum of 2 rooms per trade member per booking is permitted. Other terms and conditions apply.

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