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Dusit Targets 15 Hotels in Middle East by 2015

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Dusit International has said it is targeting to operate at least 15 hotels in the Middle East by 2015.

The Thai company currently operates five properties in the region, including Dusit Thani Dubai, Dusit Princess City Centre Dubai, Dusit Residence Dubai Marina, Pearl Coast Premier Hotel Apartments, as well as the Dusit Thani LakeView Cairo in Egypt.

Dusit is planning to open hotels and resorts in Abu Dhabi, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, and Qatar within the next three years.

Mr. Chanin Donavanik, Chief Executive Officer, Dusit International said, The Middle East is a strategically important market for Dusit as the region remains one of the worlds leaders in travel and tourism. The success of our expansion into the Middle East will help pave the way for Dusits future expansion in the rest of the world and provide the impetus to pursue new growth opportunities in other markets. Furthermore, our distinct, world-renowned brand of Thai hospitality has captivated thousands of tourists and travellers from the Middle East, particularly the UAE. This successful growth is an exciting opportunity for us to bring Dusits legendary brand and unique Thai hospitality to the region.

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