Hamptons International to Market Soneva Kiri

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 11 January 2010

Hamptons International has partnered with premier luxury resort developer Six Senses to market the companys new Soneva Kiri private residence project in Thailand to the GCC region.

 Soneva Kiri is set on 150 acres of lush tropical rainforest and beach, and comprises 42 resort villas overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. There are an additional 21 Private Residences each of which is unique and designed to ensure maximum privacy and tranquility. The resort will offer the entire range of lifestyle amenities for residents.

Lynn Villadolid, Senior Director - Six Senses Private Residences said, Thailand offers one of the most robust and attractive property investment destinations, which will appeal to customers in the Middle East. The south east nation is also a preferred tourist destination for residents in the GCC region. Through our partnership with Hamptons, we are confident of attracting strong investments in Soneva Kiri, a truly remarkable project.

Soneva Kiris unique features are its location, the indigenous architecture and international standards of amenities all making it a perfect holiday home. Customers can choose from two, four- and six-bedroom beach, hill or cliff villas, offering an exceptional and highly individualised lifestyle experience.

Hamptons has a strong presence in the MENA region, through offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE, and in Oman, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Morocco. Hamptons International has headquarters in London and Dubai.

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