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President Park Group Rebrands as Kingston Holdings

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President Park Group - which owns some of Bangkoks most well-known executive serviced apartments - has rebranded to Kingston Holdings.

Despite the rebranding, the Grand President, President Palace and President Solitaire properties on Sukhumvit 11, Royal President and Kingston Suites properties on Sukhumvit 15 and President Park on Sukhumvit 24 will all continue to be managed by Compass Hospitality.

Viraphat Singhlukha, Chief Executive Officer of Kingston Holdings, said, Our properties have established themselves as the preferred executive serviced apartment style accommodation in the vibrant tourist and business district of Sukhumvit. This will remain the same, and guests can rest assured they will continue to experience the impressive product and service they have come to expect of these renowned properties.

The groups properties are all located along Sukhumvit Road, surrounded by some of the best shops, street stall markets, restaurants, nightlife spots and commercial offices, the city has to offer.

One of the properties, Kingston Suites, which only opened in April 2010, is currently adding more rooms to its existing 60-room inventory as well as a rooftop swimming pool and fitness room. The expansion project is expected to be completed this year.

The group also has plans for future development, including renovations to its other Sukhumvit properties, as well as the addition of more properties to its Bangkok portfolio.

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