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Four Seasons Bangkok to Become an Anantara Hotel

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Minor Hotel Group (MHG) has confirmed that it will reflag one of its owned properties, the Four Seasons Bangkok, as the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel & Spa on 1 March 2015.

The General Manager of Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel & Spa will be Ms Titiya Chooto, who is currently General Manager at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and before that was Hotel Manager at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok.

Built in 1978, the property launched as a Peninsula hotel prior to being sold to Regent Hotels in 1982. Four Seasons assumed management of the hotel following its acquisition of Regent Hotels in 1992. The Regent Bangkok was owned by Rajdamri Plc, which Minor Hotel Group acquired 100% of in 2001. The hotel was then rebranded as Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok in 2003.

Located in the heart of central Bangkok, opposite the Royal Bangkok Sports Club, the hotel is within close proximity to the main business, nightlife and shopping districts, Lumpini Park, and many of the citys key cultural attractions.

Facilities at the 354-key hotel include seven restaurants and bars, a spa, a gym and an outdoor swimming pool.

For business guests, extensive meeting and event rooms offer flexibility for large and small events, with the ballroom seating 400 for a dinner dance and 550 in theatre style.

Dillip Rajakarier, Chief Executive Officer of Minor Hotel Group, said, Minor Hotel Group is excited to make the announcement of the transition of this prestigious property in central Bangkok to our core luxury Anantara brand. The property will make a superb addition to the brands portfolio. We also look forward to continuing the journey with the team of Associates who have ensured the success of the hotel over the last 22 years and who will be an integral part of Anantara Siam Bangkok moving forward.

Minor Hotel Group and Four Seasons will continue to work together at three other Four Seasons hotels in Thailand, namely: Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui, and Four Seasons Resort Tented Camp Golden Triangle.

See also: Four Seasons to Open Hotel and Residences in Bangkok, Thailand, in 2018.

Minor Hotel Group, MHG, Anantara, Four Seasons, Bangkok

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