Crowne Plaza Residences Karon Beach Phuket nearing Completion

Travel News Asia 24 March 2006

Development of the Crowne Plaza Residences Karon Beach Phuket is now nearing completion with the luxury beachfront apartments due to open in the 2nd quarter of 2006. To mark the upcoming opening of the residences, show units are now available for viewing by prospective home-buyers.

The upcoming opening of the Crowne Plaza Residences Karon Beach coincides with Phukets recent revival which has seen a dramatic upsurge in visitor numbers in 2006, a trend which bodes extremely well for the future value of a property backed by a global hospitality brand.

Bill Barnett, Managing Director of C9 Hotelworks - the projects sales & marketing representative, feels the interest shown in the property reflects this sentiment. Response to the Crowne Plaza Residences Karon Beach has been extremely upbeat. Buyers are hungry for quality projects and willing to pay premium prices for branded products as the potential return significantly outperforms those available from non-branded products, said Barnett.

The Residences are managed by the adjacent upscale Crowne Plaza Karon Beach Phuket, part of the InterContinental Hotels Group, and owned by Siam Resorts under the umbrella of LaSalle Investment Management.

Offering 125 square meters of luxurious living space, rates for the furnished two-bedroom units start from Baht 13 million. Making the property even more appealing is its association with the Crowne Plaza Karon Beach which gives residents access to the hotels facilities including restaurants, shops, sports and spa.

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