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Evergreen Laurel Taipei joins Utell Hotels & Resorts

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Utell Hotels & Resorts has added the Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taipei to its international hotel portfolio of nearly 9,000 member hotels, which includes two other Evergreen Hotel Group properties that have also switched to Utell.

 The Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taipei is Utells first five-star property in Taipei, and, in addition, the hotel has chosen Pegasus Solutions for Global Commission Processing to handle travel agent commission payments.

The Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taipei features 95 guest rooms, including 35 suites. Rooms feature original Italian furniture by Dubini and offer free in-house movies, free high speed Internet access, computerized room security, marble bathrooms and exclusive personalized service buttons. In addition to two restaurants, including Evergardens Chinese cuisine, and La Petite Cuisines French fare, the Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taipei also has an entire floor dedicated to health and rejuvenation.

Our hotel is known for its personalized service and unparalleled luxury in our market. Utells comprehensive global sales, marketing and distribution services have yielded impressive business successes for our sister properties in Bangkok, which switched to Utell last year, and in Malaysia, which has been a member for more than a decade, said Marc Huang, general manager of the Evergreen Laurel Hotel Taipei.

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