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Best Western signs Hotel in Patong, Phuket

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Best Western and Sinthoranee Property have agreed to brand a 146-room resort in Phuket as the Best Western Sawaddi Patong. The grand opening is scheduled for September 2009.

Part of Thairung Union Car PCL Group, Sinthoranee Property is a leading privately Thai-held property and real estate development company which was established in 1994. The companys projects to-date range from housing developments to shopping complexes.

Located about 30 minutes drive from Phuket International Airport, Best Western Sawaddi Patong Hotel, Phuket neighbors the renowned Jungceylon mall and a lively entertainment area.

Close to world-renowned Patong beach, the property features modern Sino-Portuguese design and free internet access throughout 146 fully-appointed deluxe rooms.

 Dining options include an all-day restaurant serving  Western and Oriental cuisine accompanied by live music, including BBQ seafood and Chinese cuisine at the poolside terrace.

 The resorts swimming pool is complemented by a fully-equipped fitness room, sauna, games room, snooker room and childrens recreation. A Bhuvana my spa by Best Western completes the list of deluxe amenities.

Best Western, with 63 years of success as a hospitality industry pioneer, hosts more than 400,000 guests worldwide each night. 

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