Boutique Hotels & Resorts awards First Diamond to The Mangosteen Resort & Spa, Phuket

Travel News Asia Tuesday, 17 October 2006

Boutique Hotels & Resorts International has selected Thailands first Diamond Collection member property to add to its global collection of authentic boutique hotels and resorts.

Hotel owner, Mr. Hajo von Keller said, Becoming a member of Boutique Hotels & Resorts International will allow worldwide travelers to recognize The Mangosteen Resort & Spa on a global basis and heightens the status of Phuket and Thailand along with Mangosteen.

Identified as a Diamond Collection Boutique Hotel in this destination of choices, and within Boutiques worldwide collection, validates our style, quality, and commitment from our staff, the management, and ownership.

von Keller added, Industry reports state that travelers preferred boutique experiences over commercial luxury to enhance their destination visit and this is why The Mangosteen Resort & Spa is raising the standards for an exceptional experience in Phuket, Thailand.

Boutique Chief Operating Officer, John Sears remarked, weve uncovered a truly extraordinary boutique hotel combination at Mangosteen: style, service, location, and an incredible passion from the staff. Mangosteen Resort reveals the true uniqueness and high commitment to quality for genuine boutique hotels around the world. Mangosteen, and Phuket make a very special reason for our frequent business meeting clientele and international leisure guests to enjoy the Boutique flavor with this new boutique destination in Thailand.

Perfectly blending originality, contemporary Bali and Thai style and traditional five-star qualities with stunning views, Mangosteen surpasses the most demanding of international expectations. Mangosteen offers unparalleled views over 4 bays, mountains and many surrounding islands located along Phanga Bay and the Andaman Sea with her 40 generously sized guest rooms and suites.

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