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Natalie Kamolwattanasoontorn appointed General Manager of Dusit Princess Koh Chang

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Dusit International has appointed its first female top executive of Dusit Princess Hotels & Resorts, Ms. Natalie Kamolwattanasoontorn, as the new General Manager of Dusit Princess Koh Chang a newly-developed 4-star resort located on the island of Koh Chang in the crystal waters of the Gulf of Siam.

Natalie has over 15 years in hospitality from a wide range of international hotels across the region, and will lead Dusit Princess Koh Chang to be one of the top travel destinations in Thailand.

Mr. Octavio Gamarra, Senior Vice President of Dusit International said, Koh Chang has become one of Thailands strategic travel destinations and with the Grand Opening recently, we are extremely positive with the outlook for this jewel in the gulf of Thailand. The appointment stems from her impressive experiences that outshone every other candidate for this position. We know that Natalies fluency in Thai and her most recent experience in Samui will set the resort on a path to success in no time.

Born in Canada, Natalie completed her studies in Hotel and Catering Operations at the Australia College of Travel and Hospitality in Melbourne. Prior to joining Dusit International, she gained a wide range of work experience, including Resident Manager of Karma Samui, Worldwide Sales & Revenue Manager of Aman Resorts, Revenue Manager of Terrigal Crowne Plaza Resort, Reservations Manager at Park Hyatt Hotel Sydney.

Married to a Thai, Natalie has lived in Thailand since March 2006 and, aside from her native English language, she speaks Japanese and Thai.

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