Jakri Rujirat Appointed Hotel Manager at Kirimaya Golf Resort Spa

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 11 September 2012

[HD video below] Jakri Rujirat has been appointed as Hotel Manager of the Kirimaya Golf Resort Spa.

Jakri has a wealth of experience, with more than 20 years in the hospitality industry.

He previously worked at The Regent Resort Chiang Mai (now Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai), Mercure Pattaya Beach Resort, Novotel Phuket City, The Chedi, Phuket, Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok, Anantara Resort & Spa Hua Hin and Rest Detail Hotel Hua Hin where he was the co-founder of the property.

Opened in December 2004, Kirimaya is a high-end nature retreat around two hours from Bangkok and one of the first boutique luxury resorts in Khao Yai (Big Mountains).

Nestled at the edge of the revered Khao Yai National Park, the Kirimaya Experience includes the discovery of natures gifts, wellness spas, culinary adventures and the exhilarating challenge of an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus.

Khao Yai has a very unique climate from November to February. Although the day temperature is between 23-28 C, during the evening and night it can drop down to 11 C.

Each of the 52 rooms and 7suites and 4 tented villas are tastefully furnished with local accents combined with modern comforts.

The four 180 square metre tented villas have their own private indoor spa pools and deck area with unobstructed views of the golf course and Khao Yai Mountain.

HD Video Tour of the 5-Star Luxury Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa in Khao Yai, Thailand

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