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Courtyard by Marriott Resorts in Thailand launch Promotion

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[HD video below] All four Courtyard by Marriott resorts in Thailand have launched promotions that run until 31 October 2010.

The three resorts in Phuket are located on Surin, Patong and Kamala beaches, while the Courtyard by Marriott Hua Hin at Cha Am beach is just two and a half hours by road from Bangkok.

There are a host of activities families can enjoy at each resort, such as the extremely impressive Kids World, nearby golf courses and a range of local cultural and arts attractions.

The promotion at the Cha Am property is for a minimum two-night stay in an Ocean View rooms, all of which have a private balcony, and daily breakfast at the Horizons Caf. Weekday rates stays start at THB2,160 a night with weekend rates from THB2,560 per night.

The package at all Phuket properties is also for a minimum two-night stay with rates starting at THB3,499 a night at the Patong Beach property, THB3,299 on Surin Beach and THB3,199 at the Courtyard by Marriott at Kamala Beach.

All packages in Phuket include accommodation in a Deluxe room with breakfast for two persons at Momo Caf. Guests are also entitled to a 20% discount on spa treatments and a food and beverage voucher for THB500 for the Phuket resorts.

HD Video Interview with Ms Sigrid Stelling - General Manager - Courtyard by Marriott Hua Hin at Cha Am Beach

The above interview, filmed inside the Kids World at the Cha Am hotel, took place on 22 August 2010.

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