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Manathai Opens 148-Key Resort in Koh Samui, Thailand

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Manathai Hotels & Resorts has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Thailand with the opening of the Manathai Koh Samui.

The 148-room colonial-period styled beachfront resort, located opposite a fishing village on Lamai Beach, offers 46 Suites, including six Family Suites, a range of other suites up to 200-square metres (sqm) in size and 102 Deluxe Balcony Rooms.

Waterline offers a beachfront seafood dining experience, while authenticity is on the menu at Pad Thai where guests can also learn how to cook the iconic Thai dish. Colours restaurant serves all-day international cuisine beside the second 'family' pool, while pub food is available at Mulligan's and coffee and cakes can be enjoyed at Coffee World Caf.

The resort also features small meeting facilities, a fitness centre, a kids club and childcare services, two swimming pools and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Manathai Hotels & Resorts Chief Operations Officer, Christoph Berger, said, "Koh Samui is a special destination. It offers a uniquely relaxed atmosphere and we have worked hard to harness this with our reverence for the arts and traditions of Thai culture. We also have established close links with local communities, such as the fishing village, and by embracing local livelihoods we can provide guests exceptional experiences and support our neighbours."

Manathai Koh Samui is a 50-minute flight from Bangkok and 20 minutes from Samui International Airport.

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