The Baan Taling Ngam beach resort in Koh Samui,
Thailand, has invested a further 90 million Baht to continue an
upgrade programme it first initiated in late 2008.
new investment will be spent over the coming months to complete a
modernization programme of the guest rooms, villas, public areas
and other guest services.
Specific plans include:
▪ Construction of a 150 metre pier with facilities for dining,
non motorized water sports, visiting yachts and an on site diving
▪ New in-room soft furnishings, and upgrading of all
▪ New restaurant concepts
▪ New retail
delicatessen and boutique
▪ In room interactive T.V.
All of the above are expected to be completed without
any disruption to guests or existing services.
has already completed a 40 million baht upgrade of guest support
systems, including free high speed Wi-Fi internet access for all
guests throughout the resort, installation of the latest version
of Fidelio Opera reservations system, and purchasing new golf
carts for guest transportation around the resort.
Televisions are also being replaced with the latest LCD flat
screens with full HD and digital surround sound.
kilometers of wooden railings throughout the resort will have been
replaced by the end of July to ensure that Baan Taling Ngam is
100% compliant with the very strict health and safety requirements
of the UK and European Union.
“While many resorts on Koh Samui are
now cutting back on investment plans, we are actually heading in
the opposite direction and have embarked on the next stage of a
major programme designed to upgrade the hotel,” said veteran
British hotelier, Nigel Tovey, General Manager of the Baan Taling Ngam.
“We believe in the future of Ko Samui as an outstanding
holiday destination – and we’re showing this by putting
our money where our mouth is.”
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