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Special Travel Trade Rates in Bangkok and Phuket

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Travel professionals visiting Phuket can now enjoy special rates when staying at Point Yamu by COMO.

Until 20 December 2014, those working in the travel industry can enjoy reduced rates of  THB 5350 net per night based on two people staying in a Bay Room (includes breakfast for two guests).

COMO’s contemporary resort, which opened in November 2013, offers 360-degree views of the Andaman Sea and Phang Nga Bay, as well as suites and pool villas designed by Italian Paola Navone.

Easy to reach, Point Yamu is only 25 minutes north of Phuket International Airport. Once there, guests have everything on tap, including a COMO Shambhala Retreat for holistic Asian treatments delivered with COMO’s signature exacting service. There are two restaurants serving both Thai and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as the group’s signature healthy cuisine. There are also numerous activities on offer, from diving to snorkeling excursions and romantic beach drop-offs.

The resort is located just a 30-minute drive from Mission Hill golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus and Ao Por Marina, the departure point for island excursions.

Point Yamu is COMO Hotels and Resorts’ second property in Thailand. The other is Metropolitan by COMO, Bangkok.

Special travel trade prices at Metropolitan Bangkok start at THB 3500 net per night in a City Room with breakfast for two.

The offers are exclusive to travel industry professionals and valid industry ID must be presented during check-in. The offer is valid until 20 December 2014. Terms and conditions apply.

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